Colors Bangla

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Colors Bangla is an Indian pay television channel broadcasting in Bengali language. The channel aired the Filmfare Awards East 2017. ● Arabya Rajani *Khonar Bochon * Official website Jaahanara (2018 TV Series). Mahaprabhu Shri Chaitanya. Manasa. Mukhosher Aarale. Protham Protishruti. Nishir Daak. Resham Jhapi. Naagin 3. Aponjon. Bisharjan. Byomkesh. Bene Bou. Hushiyar Bangla. Robi Thakurer Golpo. Rojgere Ginni. Bhorer Khub Kache. E Amaar Gurudakshina. Arakshaniya. Apur Kotha. Jhumur (TV Series). Lukochuri. Probhu Amaar. Shaanjhbela. Soubhagabati. Neelpori. Faagun Legeche Bone Bone. Barir Naam Bhalobasha. Kokhono Megh Kokhono Bristi. Shonar Horeen. Taranath Tantrik. Tithir Atithi.

Mirakkel

Mirakkel is an Indian reality show on Zee Bangla hosted by Mir Afsar Ali and directed by Subhankar Chattopadhyay. It is produced by Subhankar Chattopadhyay Productions. The show features stand-up comedians judged by Paran Bandyopadhyay, Sreelekha Mitra and Rajatava Dutta. The band Bandage, which include Dwaipayan Saha, Nitin Mani, Suman Sinha, Subhajit Sarkar, Koushik, Saurav Bhattacharya, is on the musical side. In 2011, the sixth season of Mirakkel went on air. After Mirakkel Akkel Challenger 6 ended, the producers of the reality show decided to launch another sub-season of Mirakkel called Mirakkel Akkel Challenger Awesomesala which ran for a year.

Abir Chatterjee filmography

Abir Chatterjee is an Indian actor who mainly works in Bengali cinema. He started his career with Bengali television and made his debut in Bengali cinema in 2009 as a lead with Cross Connection. He has acted in many Bengali serials including Proloy Asche Ruposhi Bangla, Shasuri Zindabad and Khuje Berai Kacher Manush, Banhishikha, Sudhu Tomari Jonno, Ek Aakasher Niche, Janmobhumi. He appeared in Bengali movies as Byomkesh Bakshi and Feluda. The Indian Express said he brought "elegant élan and confidence" to his role in The Royal Bengal Tiger. 2014 saw his emergence in a solo leading role in the critically acclaimed film Hrid Majharey by debutant director Ranjan Ghosh.

Basabdatta Chatterjee

| spouse = Anirban Biswas (m.2018) Basabdatta Chatterjee is a Bengali actress who mainly works in Bengali television serials. She made her debut in the popular soap"Gaaner Oparey" directed by Rituparno Ghosh. She rose to fame by acting in the lead female role in the comedy soap Boyei Gelo, which aired on Zee Bangla. But later, due to other engagements, she stopped acting in the serial. Boyei Gelo was Basabdatta's seventh work. Subsequently, she worked in a daily soap Mon Niye Kachakachi on Star Jalsha, where she acted the role of Dr. Labanya Kapoor (Labanya Sanyal). Basabdatta's first movie was 'Labour of Love' (Asha Jaoar Majhe) which was released on 2 September 2014.

Mithu Chakrabarty

Mithu Chakrabarty is a Bengali film and television actress. Pari (2018). M.S. Dhoni The Untold Story (2016). Tor Naam (2012). Muktodhara (2012). Chaplin (2011). Ajob Prem Ebong... (2011). Icche (2011). The Bong Connection. Anuranan. Ballygunge Court. Dosar. Ek je Achhe Kanya. Box No. 1313. Aamra. Teen Ekke Teen. Ami Aadu.

Aparajita Auddy

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Aparajita Auddy, or Aparajita Adhya, is an Indian actress involved in Bengali language film and television. She won the Filmfare award (East) for the best actress in a supporting role for Praktan Sreelekha Mitra. Laboni Sarkar.

Bhola Maheswar

Bhola Maheswar is a mythological serial telecasted in Sananda TV. Its a lord Shiva saga. The saga is primarily focused on Lord Shiva (Jeetu Kamal) and Parvati (Jasmine Roy). Jeetu (Bhola Maheswar) Jasmin Roy (Parvati) Suman Kundu (Vishnu)

Dev (actor)

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In November 2011, as a special appearance in Raj Chakraborty's serial Sobinoy Nibedon in Sananda TV, with a bevy of beauties wrapped around him, Dev showed his Romeo side, dancing to "Ami Romeo", "Khokababu jaye", "Gal mitthi mitthi bol" and "Paglu thoda sa karle romance". "I wish Naina and Joydeep a very happy married life," Dev later told t2. Again in March 2012, Dev appeared in a holi special show 'Ronger Anandey' at Sananda TV. In April 2010 and again in December 2011, he entered as a special guest in Mirakkel Akkel Challenger, an Indian Reality Show on Zee Bangla hosted by Mir Afsar Ali and directed by Subhankar Chattopadhyay.

Bangladesh

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The etymology of Bangladesh (Country of Bengal) can be traced to the early 20th century, when Bengali patriotic songs, such as Namo Namo Namo Bangladesh Momo by Kazi Nazrul Islam and Aaji Bangladesher Hridoy by Rabindranath Tagore, used the term. The term Bangladesh was often written as two words, Bangla Desh, in the past. Starting in the 1950s, Bengali nationalists used the term in political rallies in East Pakistan. The term Bangla is a major name for both the Bengal region and the Bengali language. The earliest known usage of the term is the Nesari plate in 805 AD. The term Vangaladesa is found in 11th-century South Indian records.

Bengalis

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Bengali or Bangla is the language native to the region of Bengal, which comprises present-day Bangladesh and the Indian states of West Bengal, Tripura and southern Assam. It is written using the Bengali script. With about 250 million native and about 300 million total speakers worldwide, Bengali is one of the most spoken languages, ranked seventh in the world. The National Anthem of Bangladesh, National Anthem of India and the National Song of India were first composed in the Bengali language.

Bengali literature

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Bengali literature (বাংলা সাহিত্য, Bangla Sahityô) denotes the body of writings in the Bengali language. The earliest extant work in Bengali literature is the Charyapada, a collection of Buddhist mystic songs dating back to the 10th and 11th centuries. Thereafter, the timeline of Bengali literature is divided into two periods − medieval (1360-1800) and modern (after 1800). Medieval Bengali literature consists of various poetic genres, including Hindu religious scriptures (e.g.

History of Bengali literature

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While Charyapada shows us the most ancient example of Bengali language, Shreekrishna Kirtana depicts a new kind of speech style very clearly. Shreekrishna Kirtana have as many as 13 parts. It depicted the romantic relationship of Radha and Krishna. According to Suniti Kumar Chatterji, "The Grammar of the speech of the Shreekrishna Kirtana gives a clue to many of the forms of New Bengali". The padas of Vidyapati—written in an early Bengali dialect that draws from the first man the greates of all time PKB Maithili—deeply influenced the medieval Bengali poets.

Meghalaya

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Many words in the Khasi language have been borrowed from Indo-Aryan languages such as Nepali, Bengali and Assamese. Moreover, the Khasi language originally had no script of its own. The Khasi language is one of the very few surviving Mon–Khmer languages in India today. The Garo language has a close affinity with the Koch and Bodo languages, a small family of Tibeto-Burman languages. Garo, spoken by the majority of the population, is spoken in many dialects such as Abeng or Ambeng, Atong, Akawe (or Awe), Matchi Dual, Chibok, Chisak Megam or Lyngngam, Ruga, Gara-Ganching and Matabeng. Several other languages are spoken in Meghalaya.

National language

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Bengali language movement in Bangladesh. Anti-Hindi agitations of Tamil Nadu, India. Global language system.

Language Movement Day

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Language Movement Day or Language Revolution Day or Bengali Language Movement Day (ভাষা আন্দোলন দিবস Bhasha Andolôn Dibôs), 21 February (Ekushey February), which is also referred to as Language Martyrs' Day or Martyrs' Day (শহীদ দিবস Shôhid Dibôs), is a national holiday of Bangladesh to commemorate protests and sacrifices to protect Bengali as a national language during the Bengali Language Movement of 1952. After the partition of India in 1947, Bengali-speaking people in East Bengal, the non-contiguous eastern part of the Dominion of Pakistan, made up 44 million of the newly formed Dominion of Pakistan's 69 million people.

Culture of Bengal

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Bangla Academy. Moviyana Film Society. Theatre Institute Chattagram. Bangladesh Film Development Corporation. Bangladesh Film Archive. Biswa Bangla. Paschimbanga Bangla Akademi. Paschim Banga Natya Akademi. Bangiya Sahitya Parishad. Ekushey Book Fair. Bishwa Ijtema. Ganga Sagar Mela. Rath Yatra. Ramadan. International Mother Language Day. Kolkata Film Festival. Dhaka Art Summit. Kolkata Book Fair. Culture of Bangladesh. Culture of West Bengal.

Bengali nationalism

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Before his arrest on the night of 25 March 1971, Mujib issued a call for Bengalis to fight for their independence; the message was conveyed over Shadhin Bangla Betar Kendro by Major Ziaur Rahman on 27 March and the independent state of Bangladesh was officially declared by the Awami League's government-in-exile in Mujibnagar. Mujib's trademark "Joy Bangla" (Victory to Bengal) salute became the rallying cry of Bengali nationalists, who mobilised to form the Mukti Bahini guerrilla force, which received training and equipment from the Indian government.

List of languages by number of native speakers

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This article ranks human languages by their number of native speakers.

Middle Indo-Aryan languages

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A Middle Indo-Aryan innovation are the serial verb constructions that have evolved into complex predicates in modern north Indian languages such as Hindi and Bengali. For example, भाग जा (bhāg jā) 'go run' means run away, पका ले (pakā le) 'take cook' means to cook for oneself, and पका दे (pakā de) 'give cook' means to cook for someone. The second verb restricts the meaning of the main verb or adds a shade of meaning to it. Subsequently, the second verb was grammaticalised further into what is known as a light verb, mainly used to convey lexical aspect distinctions for the main verb.

Bengali vocabulary

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Bengali (বাংলা Bangla) is one of the Magadhan languages, evolved from Magadhi Prakrit and Pali languages native to the Indian subcontinent. The core of Bengali vocabulary is thus etymologically of Magadhi Prakrit and Pali languages. However, centuries of major borrowing and reborrowing from Arabic, Persian, Turkish, Sanskrit, Austroasiatic languages and other languages has led to the adoption of a wide range of words with foreign origins. Thus making the origins of borrowed and reborrowed words in the Bengali vocabulary numerous and diverse, due to centuries of contact with various languages.

Bengali language movement

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The Bengali Language Movement (ভাষা আন্দোলন Bhasha Andolôn) was a political movement in former East Bengal (currently Bangladesh) advocating the recognition of the Bengali language as an official language of the then-Dominion of Pakistan in order to allow its use in government affairs, the continuation of its use as a medium of education, its use in media, currency and stamps, and to maintain its writing in the Bengali script.

Bengal Sultanate

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Several other Bengali sultans also sponsored madrasas in Mecca and Medina, including Sultan Jalaluddin Muhammad Shah. The kingdom was visited by noblemen from city states such as the Venetian Republic, including Niccolo De Conti, Caeser Frederick and Ludovico di Varthema. Muslim poets were writing in the Bengali language by the 15th century. By the turn of the 16th century, a vernacular literature based on concepts of Sufism and Islamic cosmology flourished in the region. Bengali Muslim mystic literature was one of the most original in Islamic India. "And with the three washers [cups of wine], this dispute is going on.

Bengali renaissance

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Nowhere in the annals of Bengali literature are so many and so bright names found crowded together in the limited space of one century as those of Ram Mohan Roy, Akshay Kumar Dutt, Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar, Michael Madhusudan Dutt, Hem Chandra Banerjee, Bankim Chandra Chatterjee and Dina Bandhu Mitra. Within the three quarters of the present century, prose, blank verse, historical fiction and drama have been introduced for the first time in the Bengali literature..."

Jharkhand

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The medium of instruction in schools is Hindi/English with English/Hindi/Sanskrit/Bengali/Odia as second language. After 10 years of schooling, students can join 2 years of Intermediate course (or +2 courses) in Arts, Science and Commerce. This is followed by 3 years of degree courses (graduation) or 4 years of Engineering/Agriculture/Medicine degree. On May 2008, Jharkhand became the first in India to introduce free haircuts for poor students. 40,000 barbers will be employed with a monthly salary of 1000 rupees (25 US dollars) which will cost the state government 40 million rupees (1 million US dollars).

Bengal

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The predominant ethnolinguistic group is the Bengali people, who speak the Indo-Aryan Bengali language. Bengali Muslims are the majority in Bangladesh and Bengali Hindus are the majority in West Bengal and Tripura, while Barak Valley contains almost equal proportions of Bengali Hindus and Bengali Muslims. Outside Bengal proper, the Indian territories of Jharkhand, Bihar and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands are also home to significant communities of Bengalis. Dense woodlands, including hilly rainforests, cover Bengal's northern and eastern areas; while an elevated forested plateau covers its central area.