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Market places and its transformation of undivided Dinajpur in Colonial India with special reference to Kamarpara Ha

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Author: Khokan Das Assistant professor Department of History SBS Government College, Hili, Balurghat,West Bengal,India Email: Daskhokan199@gmail.com Abstract: The North Bengal was formed with Undivided Dinajpur, Pabna, Bagura, Rajshahi, Rangpur, Jalpaiguri, Kuch Bihar, Malda, Darjeeling and some other parts of northern part of Bengal in Colonial India. This district...

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Re-viewing Jātakas: Adultery, Punishments and Gender

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Author: Salomi Rai Research Scholar Department of History Sikkim University Gangtok, India Email: salomirai18@gmail.com Abstract: Buddhism attaches a great significance towards the notion of morality. Adultery thus was seen as a serious transgression and sin, the fallout of which not only harms oneself but everyone around. Despite this, the instances of adultery are...

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Ethnic Identity & Social Stratification of Bengali Muslims: An Inquiry

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Author: Md. Mainul Islam Assistant Professor Department of History Brahmananda Keshabchandra College Kolkata,West Bengaln, India Email: mainul3484@gmail.com Abstract:The Muslim society in Bengal suffered from caste distinctions. The caste system of Hindu society is at the root of the caste system organization and title identity in Bengali Muslim society. The Census...

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Evolution of Tribal People in West Dinajpur: A Demographic Study

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Author: Sankar Sarkar Assistant Professor in History Balurghat Mahila Mahavidyalaya Balurghat,West Bengal,India Email: sankarsarkar406@gmail.com Abstract: Abstract:In West Dinajpur district share of the tribal population was considerable and important tribes were Santal, Munda, Oraw, and Mahali. They are generally called adivasi, but actually, in this region, they...

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