Surendranath Bandopadhyay and many others along with Indian Association and India League Established

Surendranath Bandopadhyay and many others along with Indian Association and India League

Surendranath Bandopadhyay and many others along with Indian Association and India League Established

In the name of "Syed Amir Ali" Central National Mohammelal Association in Calcutta

He formed a political organization. : AD: The Vernacular Press Act was enacted. 185 AD: The Indian National Congress is formed on 26th December. 1899 AD: Lord Curzon is appointed Governor of India. Muslim League was formed on 30th December. 1909 AD: Morley-Minto Reform Act was enacted. 2 1911 AD: Partition of Bengal was abolished on 12th December. 2 1914 AD: World War I begins. 1919: The Montagu-Chelmsford Reform Act is passed. 1919: The Jallianwala Bagh massacre takes place on 13th April. 1922 AD.

A sepoy and a Darega were burnt alive. 4 1926: Nehru Report is presented. 2 1929 AD: Muhammad Ali Jinnah made fourteen point demands for the protection of the interests of the Muslim community.

The gradual decline of the Abbasid Caliphate

The features of the Umayyad Empire

1935: Government of India Act is enacted. 1939 - Muhammad Ali Jinnah declares biracialism.

4 1940 AD: 23rd March at Sher-e-Bangla A. K. Fazlul Haque raised Laha's proposal. 1942: Leave India movement begins under Gandhi.

1946 AD: Ministerial Mission Plan is proposed. 2 1948 AD: 26th April Hassan Shaheed Sehrawadi Independent and Sovereign Bengal or Unbroken Bengal.

Raised the proposal of establishment. June 4, 1947: Mountbatten's plan is presented to the people of India. 1947: The Indian Independence Act is enacted in the British Parliament on 16 July.

1947: State of Pakistan is born on 14th August. | 31948 AD: State of India was born on 15th August.

History of Fabangla (Pakistan period). History of Bengal (Pakistan Period)

Sher-e-Bangla A. K. Fazlul Huq (183-1972) AD. Eminent of the subcontinent. This great political leader was born on 26th October 183 AD in Chakhar, Barisal. Compassionate for the common people of Bengal, this political figure made a unique contribution to the abolition of the zamindari system in defense of the rights of the peasantry. He formed the Debt Arbitration Baird in 1936 to liberate the poor and helpless working peasants of Bengal. He passed the law examination in 1896 and joined the Calcutta High Court in 1900. He became active in politics in 1911 and was elected a member of the Bengal Provincial Legislative Assembly and the All India Legislative Assembly in 1913. Fazlul Huq in 1917 AD

He was elected president of the All India Muslim League. In 1929 he formed the Nikhil Banga Praja Samiti, which in 1938 was renamed the Krishak Praja Party. He won the 1937 elections and was elected Chief Minister in the United Front cabinet. It was he who proposed the historic Laha in 1940. His various courageous steps towards the social, economic and political emancipation of the people of Bengal have earned him the title of Sher-e-Bangla (Bengal Tiger). On 4th December 1953, an electoral alliance called United Front was formed under his leadership. The next year, when the United Front won the election in 1954

The caliphs of Rashedin in Khulafa are Ganatani

The Resurrection of the Himalayas and Mudarians

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman (1920-1985) AD

Surendranath Bandopadhyay and many others along with Indian Association and India League Established

Father of the Bengali Nation, Best Bengali of the Thousand Years, Great Architect of Independent Bengal and First President of Bangladesh Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman March 16, 1920 He was born in Tungipara village of Patgati union in Gopalganj subdivision. His father Sheikh Lutfar Rahman was the Serestadar of Gopalganj Sessions Court. His mother's name is Saira Khatun. Sheikh Mujib was the third child of four children and two brothers. He started his education at the age of 7 in Gimadanga Primary School. Two years later he was admitted to Gaepalganj Public School. He died in 1942

He got his secondary education from Gaepalganj Mission High School. He then passed Intermediate from Islamia College, Calcutta in 1944 and BA in 1948 and was admitted in the Law Department of Dhaka University. From then on Bangabandhu participated in the movement for realization of various rights of Bengalis. Leadership in these movements

He has to be imprisoned many times for giving. But he was steadfast in the movement. In 1966, he introduced the six-point charter of emancipation of the people of East Bengal. His party, the Awami League, won a landslide victory in the 1970 elections. On 7 March 1971, Bangabandhu called for independence at a public meeting at the Racecourse Maidan in Dhaka. Then on the night of March 25, Pakistani forces attacked the unarmed Bengalis. In the early hours of March 26, Bangabandhu declared independence. Soon after, the Pakistani army arrested Bangabandhu and imprisoned him in West Pakistan. Bangabandhu. At the call the nation jumped into the war of liberation. The war lasted for nine months. We won on 16th December 1971.  After the war, Bangabandhu was released from prison in Pakistan and returned to independent Bangladesh on January 10, 1972. He gave strong leadership to build Bangladesh back in the country. He directed the concerned parties to draft the constitution of the newly formed country. On the night of 15th August 1975, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and his family were killed by a group of misguided army members.

The Fort William Doug is located in Kolkata

The English set up a trading post at Surat

        To make Muslims loyal to the regime

To dispel the suspicions and mistrust of the British rulers towards the Evmans. Halafat: Origin of the word Khilafat from the word Khalifa. The word Khalifa means representative. After the death of the Prophet Muhammad, Hazrat Abu Bakr (ra) took over as his representative. Of Abu Bakr (ra). After leaving, Hazrat Omar (ra) became the ruler or caliph. Thus the ruler of the Muslim Ummah became known as the Caliph and the reign of the Caliphs was called Khilafah. This caliphate passed into the hands of the Damascus-based brothers after Khulafa Rashidin. The caliphate passed into the hands of the Baghdad-centric Abbasids. Eventually the Ottomans took over the caliphate; Which was maintained till 1924 AD. Muhammad Ali Jinnah said that the Muslim community in India is not a minority, they are a separate nation. Jinnah preaches that Hindus and Muslims are two separate nations; Their manners, culture and culture are completely different. That is why Muslims need a separate state. On the basis of Jinnah's biracialism, the states of Pakistan were born on August 14, 1947 and India on August 15.  Salvary important events 2 146 AD: Portuguese sailor Bathlamiu Diaz discovers the Cape of Good Hope in South Africa. 4 1498 AD: On May 26, Vasco-da-Gama arrived in the Indian port of Calicut. 4 1500 AD: Cabral, a Portuguese naval commander, arrives in India with 30 ships and a barrage of troops. 4 1502 AD: Vasco-da-Gama visits India for the second time. 1800 AD: East India Company is formed. 1602 AD: The Dutch form the Dutch East India Company. 4 1608 AD: Captain Hawkins, on the recommendation of King James, to trade with Emperor Jahangir.

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