Bengal

Bengalis in Burma: A Colonial Encounter (1886-1948)

Parthasarathi Bhaumik
Routledge
2021

From Dandakaranya to Marichjhapi: rehabilitation, representation and the partition of Bengal (1947)

Author(s): 
Debjani Sengupta
Publisher/Sponsor: 
Taylor & Francis Online
www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10350330.2011.535673

The Partition of India (1947) is commonly understood as a violent territorial and political separation of peoples, their forced evictions and migration as well as communal upheavals. But India's Partition can be seen as something more than separation of communities and the creation of distinct national identities. This paper suggests that refugee rehabilitation, one of the important processes of the post-Partition years, formed the rubric through which we remember 1947.

LDA might cancel map of Mukhtar kin’s residence

Publisher/Sponsor: 
The Times of India
https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/lucknow/lda-might-cancel-map-of-mukhtar-kins-residence/articleshow/78374540.cms

New book examines role of Jinnah in history

Publisher/Sponsor: 
THE NEWS SCROLL
https://www.outlookindia.com/newsscroll/new-book-examines-role-of-jinnah-in-history/1936197

A review of the book, "Jinnah: His Successes, Failures and Role in History" by Ishtiyaq Ahmed

Being Bengali: At Home and in the World

Mridula Nath Chakraborty
Routledge
2014

The Decline of the Caste Question: Jogendranath Mandal and the Defeat of Dalit Politics in Bengal

Dwaipayan Sen
Cambridge University Press
2018

Bhanga Bangla O Bangla Sahitya

Asrukumar Sikdar
Dey's Publishing
2005

Deshbibhag Fire Dekha

Ahmad Rafique
Anindya Prokash
2014

Bangla Chhoto Galpe Deshbibhag

Sanjida Akhter
Dhaka: Bangla Academy
2002

Syama Prasad Mookerjee, the Hindu Dissent and the Partition of Bengal, 1932-1947

Chhanda Chatterjee
Routledge
2020

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