The ancient political divisions of the Ganges delta.
Parts of the Charyapada, a collection of ancient Buddhist hymns which mention the Bengalis, in display at the Rajshahi College Library.
Depiction of Gangaridai on a map by 11th-century polymath Ptolemy.
East Pakistan was a key part of SEATO
Atiśa is recognised as one of the greatest figures of classical Buddhism, having inspired Buddhist thought from Tibet to Sumatra.
Ghazi Pir is thought to have lived in the Sundarbans some time between the 12th to 13th century.
Suhrawardy (middle) with US President Dwight D. Eisenhower and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles
15th-century Portuguese painting of "Bengalis".
Elizabeth II, seen here visiting Chittagong in 1961, was Pakistan's Queen until 1956.
The Bengali artillery at the Battle of Plassey in 1757.
Sheikh Mujibur Rahman announcing the Six Points
A painting by Shaikh Muhammad Amir of Karraya displaying a syce of Bengal holding two carriage horses.
Surrender of Pakistan
A Bengali woman in Dhaka clad in fine Bengali muslin, 18th century.
Yahya Khan
W.C. Bonnerjee, co-founder and first president of Indian National Congress.
Zulfikar Ali Bhutto in 1971
Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani, the co-founder and inaugural president of the Awami League.
East and West Pakistan
Dean Mahomed is credited for introducing shampoo to the Europeans.
The Kaptai Dam in 1965
Large numbers of Bengalis have settled and established themselves in Banglatown.
President Ayub Khan (left) with Bengali industrialist Abul Kashem Khan (right) in Chittagong
I'tisam-ud-Din was the first educated Bengali and South Asian to have travelled to Europe.
Entrance to the Adamjee Jute Mills, the world's largest jute processing plant, in 1950
Regional dialects form one of the determiners to the social stratification of Bengalis.
The Daily Ittefaq edited by Tofazzal Hossain was the leading Bengali newspaper in Pakistan
Bengali schoolboys in the port city of Chittagong.
The first Bangladeshi flag was hoisted on 23 March 1971 across East Pakistan, as a protest on Republic Day
Eid prayers in Dhaka.
The Indo-East Pakistan border as shown by the U.S. Army, c. 1960.
Durga Puja in Kolkata.
Central business district in Dacca, 1960s
Harvesting preparation in Bangladesh.
Chittagong Port in 1960
A sculpture of the Nawab of Bengal's Royal Peacock Barge in Murshidabad.
Baitul Mukarram Market Area, Dacca, 1967
Traditional way of weaving Jamdani.
Pakistani banknotes included Bengali script until 1971
A Bengali man sporting a simple black sherwani.
A poster of the East Pakistan Helicopter Service
Artistes from Purulia district of West Bengal performs Chhau dance
Third president of Pakistan, Yahya Khan with Richard Nixon in 1970
Satyajit Ray, eminent film director who has made Bengali films popular all over the world
Gitanjali intro featuring its author Rabindranath Tagore
The application of mehndi onto one's hand hosts a ceremony of itself during Bengali wedding seasons.
A Bengali groom partaking in a supplication during his wedding.
Qazi Azizul Haque is recognised for his contributions to the development of modern fingerprint biometrics, a discovery of worldwide importance.
Meghnad Saha, J C Bose, J C Ghosh, Snehamoy Dutt, S N Bose, D M Bose, N R Sen, J N Mukherjee, N C Nag
A sculpture honoring Fazlur Khan at the Willis Tower
A lathi khela event taking place in Tangail.
A Nouka Baich competition taking place in the monsoon season.
Mohammed Salim, the first South Asian footballer to play for a foreign club. Due to playing in bare feet, he is having them bandaged by Jimmy McMenemy in 1936.
Cricketer Shakib Al Hasan is currently crowned the world's best all-rounder in all formats for ODI cricket, and one of the greatest of all times.

Pakistani Bengalis (পাকিস্তানি বাঙালি, ) are Pakistani citizens of Bengali heritage, who had lived in either West Pakistan or East Pakistan prior to 1971 or who migrated from Bangladesh after 1971.

- Bengalis in Pakistan

The global Bengali diaspora (Bangladeshi Bengalis and Indian Bengalis) have well-established communities in the Middle East, Pakistan, Myanmar, the United Kingdom, the United States, Malaysia, Italy, Singapore, Maldives, Canada, Australia, Japan and South Korea.

- Bengalis

The rise of self-determination and Bengali nationalism movements in East Bengal, led by Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

- Bengalis

The largest ethnic group of the province were Bengalis, who in turn were the largest ethnic group in Pakistan.

- East Pakistan

In memorial of East Pakistan, the East-Pakistan diaspora in Pakistan established the East-Pakistan colony in Karachi, Sindh.

- East Pakistan
The ancient political divisions of the Ganges delta.

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