The Adopting next year's program for political progress

The Adopting next year's program for political progress

The Adopting next year's program for political progress

social reform and finding solutions to problems through dialogue among educated people and The Indian independence movement under the leadership of the Congress gained much momentum and on 14th and 152nd 1947.

August Two independent countries, Pakistan and India, are born. Mehmedan Literary Society. Nawab Abdul Latif Mehmedan in Calcutta on 2nd April 173 AD. Established the Literary Society. Oil had many aims and objectives in building this organization. Such as 1. To remove the prejudice of the Muslims towards the English and to arouse their interest in Western science. 

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given the right to levy a tax of Rs. 3,000 per annum in Bengal, Bombay and Madras. In addition to the company's right to issue its own currency from the Murshidabad Mint, the British illegally used the decree to trade free of charge. Judge: The inhabitants of the Netherlands are called Dutch. ‘Dutch East India’ for trading in India. The Dutch came to India in 1602 AD. They set up trading posts at Nagapaim, Unchra in Bengal, Calicut, Bankura, Bazar and Baranagar. But within a few days they became involved with the English. As a result, they were defeated by the English at the Battle of Bidar in 1759 AD. They left India in 1605 AD

Goes away. 2 Dewan: Dewan refers to the revenue collection department. In 175 AD, the English through Allahabad Sagir. Color takes away the civil power, that is, the power to collect revenue. As a result, they become the owners of a lot of money.

By doing business in this country with the money of this country, the profit is sent to the bill. Money sent from India. This led to the Industrial Revolution in England. 2 Faraji Movement: Haji Shariatullah was the founder of Faraji Movement. Haji Shariatullah was born in 181 AD in the village of Shamail (now Bahadurpur) in the then Madaripur subdivision of Faridpur district. He spent 20 years in Makkah performing Hajj. Back in the country, he saw, in Muslim society. Many 'un-Islamic activities and prejudices have entered. Haji Shariatullah instructed the Muslims to refrain from these un-Islamic activities and insisted on observing the 'fard'. The name "Faraji Movement" is derived from the word "Farz". Although the Faraji movement started as a religious reform movement, it eventually turned into an anti-indigo and anti-zamindar peasant movement. 3 indigo. The English bania group in Bengal who used to trade indigo was known as 'Nilkar Saheb'. Blue was a natural color. Before the discovery of artificial colors, clothes could be dyed with this color. That is why indigo was in great demand. As blue was born in Bengal, the British used to force the farmers of this country to cultivate indigo. The indigo planters used to inflict inhuman torture on the Swakas. As a result, a blue rebellion broke out in Bengal in 1759 AD. After this rebellion, blue tea was made optional. 3 Tajia: On the 10th of Muharram Imam Hasan (RA) was martyred along with his family. To commemorate the day of his martyrdom, members of the Shia community hold religious festivals and hold fresh processions. 2 Darul Harb: The word "Darul Harb" means the land of infidels. Since India was ruled by the British and since the British were not Muslims, Syed Ahmed Berelvi declared India as 'Darul Harb'. He ruled that the Eid prayers in this country are not lawful. He said the British had to be expelled from India, otherwise the Muslims would have to migrate elsewhere. Under the influence of Syed Ahmed, in response to this call of Haji Shariatullah, everyone started a movement to drive out the British, which is known as Faraji movement. * Bamboo banana: The bamboo fort was built by Titumir. Titumir's real name is Mir Nisar Ali. He is 162. He was born in Chandpur village of 24 Parganas district. Titumir banned the Muslims from paying illegal taxes and this led to his conflict with the zamindars and indigo planters. Titumir one to fight against the English

The Most Powerfull Sultan Mubarak Khan (1421-1434 AD)

The Partition of India 1947 Birth of the State of Pakistan


The French East India Company gains commercial rights in Bengal

The French East India Company gains commercial rights in Bengal

Bihar and Orissa. 1600 AD: Fort William is built in Calcutta. 1816: Bengal to the East India Company, emperor of Delhi, for three thousand rupees a year.

 Granted the right to trade free of charge in Bombay and Madras. 1 1657 AD: On 10th April Sirajuddaula ascended the throne of Bengal. 1 1657 AD: At the battle of Palashi on 23rd June, Sirajuddaula was defeated by the English. 1757: Muhammad Beg kills Nawab Sirajuddaula on the orders of Miron, son of Mir Jafar. 1759: The Dutch are defeated by the English at the Battle of Bidar. 160 AD: Mir Qasim attains the post of Nawab. 164 AD: Mir Qasim was defeated by the English at the Battle of Boxer on 22nd October. 1175 AD: On 12th August East India Company gained civil power in Bengal. 160 AD: Great famine occurs in Bengal. 173 AD: The regulatory law is passed. 164 AD: Lord Clive commits suicide. 116 AD: Mir Qasim dies while on the run. 174 AD: Pete's India Act is passed in Parliament. 1 1793 AD: Permanent settlement system was implemented on 22nd March. 1908: The Muhsin Trust is formed to educate Muslim students. 1 1820 AD: After the death of Haji Shariatullah, his son Dudu Mia became the leader of the Faraji movement. 1 1622 AD: Titumir goes to Mecca for Hajj. 1 1831 AD: A joint force led by Major Scott and Alexander on 19th November

The fort is attacked. 9 1854 AD: Bengal Presidency was formed with Bengal, Bihar, Orissa, Chhet Nagpur and Assam. 1 1854 AD: Hindu College was transformed into Presidency College. 4 1857 AD: Enfield rifle is introduced in India. 4 1857 AD: The first independence struggle of the subcontinent takes place. 2 1657 AD On 29th March, a sepoy named "Mangal Pandey was the first to openly revolt in Barrackpore, Bengal."


The rule of India brought an end to the rule of the Company in India

The policy of self-annihilation was abandoned by the proclamation of Queen Victoria on 1 November. 4 180 AD: With the formation of the indigo planters, the peasants were saved from the oppression of the indigo planters. 1173 AD: The Mahammedan Literary Society was established on 2nd April in Calcutta by Nawab Abdul Latif.

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