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In 1905 all of Bengal rose in uproar because the British had partitioned the state Yet in 1947 the same people insisted on a partition alo. An unbiased no nonsense narrative that ends on a very optimistic note For those unfamiliar with the history of Bengal and its unity even after being divided this book can prove to be very insightful

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Bengal Divided 1905 1971

Ng communal lines Why did this happen Nitish Sengupta peels of the layers of events in this pivotal period in Bengal's history casting new. The tragic story of the separation of the East Pakistan from West Pakistan is tremendously streamlined by the writer What Jinnah co and army Bhuttoo failed to realize was Bengali Nationalism Had Bengali been declared National Language in the 1948 the economic exploitation of Bengal had been stopped and political freedom of Bengal had been ensured Pakistan might not have lost its other partSimilarly the writer has eagerly emphasized on the Independence of the Subcontinent from the British and its division into India and Pakistan Moreover the role and struggle of Bengali Nationalists such as Chittaranjan Das Subhash Chandra Bose HS Suhrawerdy Khwaja Nazimuddin and others for an independent India is splendidly elaborated in the book and how the Muslim vs Hindu card on communal basis was played in Bengal to separate this piece of land forever by those who once fought for a united India and peace Those who want to understand the reasons behind the tragic event of 1971 in detail the evolvement of Bengal on communal basis and Bengali Nationalism must read this book However the writer has dismally failed in explaining the hidden agenda of Indian government that played a nefarious role in buttressing the seed of separation in East Bengal Overall it was a fantastic read

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Light on the roles of figures such as Chittaranjan Das Subhas Chandra Bose Nazrul Islam Fazlul Ha HS Suhrawardy and Shyama Prasad mukherj.


7 thoughts on “Bengal Divided 1905 1971

  1. says:

    An unbiased no nonsense narrative that ends on a very optimistic note For those unfamiliar with the history of Bengal and its unity even after being divided this book can prove to be very insightful

  2. says:

    India’s partition in 1947 basically involved the division of the two provinces of Bengal and the Punjab as the other provinces went in as a whole to either of the two sister nations Large scale violence erupted in Punjab and minority populations were exchanged across the new border Bengal remained calm but tense due to the healin

  3. says:

    Nitish Sengupta was an IAS officer who after his retirement joined politics and became a Member of Parliement He has written a number of books including Land of Two Rivers A History of Bengal from the Mahabharata to Mujib In Bengal Divided he recounts the history of Bengal of 20th century till birth of Bangladesh History of 20th century Ben

  4. says:

    The tragic story of the separation of the East Pakistan from West Pakistan is tremendously streamlined by the writer What Jinnah co and army Bhuttoo failed to realize was Bengali Nationalism Had Bengali been declared National Language in the 1948 the economic exploitation of Bengal had been stopped and political freedom of Bengal had been ensured Pakistan might not have lost its other partSimilarly the writer has eagerly emphas

  5. says:

    Sengupta sets out to untie what seems like a historical paradox a people who protested a partition in 1905 ended up getting permanently partitio

  6. says:

    A must read for scholars of South Asian StudiesThis is a well researched account describing the making of East Pakistan in 1947 and later Bangladesh in 1971 British colonial rulers tried to divide the Bengal province in 1905 but wi

  7. says:

    A good primer on the political history of Bengal in the last century Of course all history is someone's point of view Interesting to think that a decision here or there could have seen Kolkata as a capital of an Independent nation

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