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Inventing the New Re defining the Old Bengali Identities in post 1947 Bangla Stories. II Re Defining the Old, One of the major impacts of the Partition was the large scale migration of the people from across the. border In contrast to the Western border the Eastern border of India saw a slower and a longer migration. process Infiltration from East Pakistan continued till the 1970s Sujata Ramachandran in her article Of. Boundaries and Border Crossing Undocumented Bangladeshi Infiltrators and the Hegemeony of Hindu. Nationalism in India estimates that in 1960s and early 1970s around nine million Hindu Bengali refugees. migrated to West Bengal Bihar Tripura and Assam While the period immediately after 1947 saw Hindus and. Muslims crossing the borders in order to settle down in the country which the Partition process had chosen for. them the later infiltrations were due to a political upheaval which was spreading its wings in East Bengal In the. wake of the rise of Bengali nationalism in East Pakistan the West Pakistani military unleashed a cruel attack on. the Bengalis especially the Hindus of East Pakistan in order to crush the nationalist movement who were. forced to flee to the Indian part of Bengal The journey across the border was perilous and traumatic for the. refugees Refugees from both communities were vulnerable to violent attacks resulting in the separation of. families abduction of women and the orphaning of children 1 Their peril although did not end there They. faced an anti immigrant sentiment from the indigenous people of their newly adopted land along with their own. struggle to establish their new identity The Hindu immigrants from East Pakistan faced discrimination from. their West Bengali co regionalists The immigrant women as described by Ritu Menon were treated as if they. were impure and polluted by Muslim men and the children of the rehabilitated women were looked upon as born. of wrong 2 sexual union, Amongst such allegations and discriminations the feud between the indigenous occupants of Indian. Bengal and the immigrants grew bitter as the two communities were competing for job food and shelter The. East Pakistani Hindu was rendered with the identity of an udbastu a refugee and relegated to a marginal. position amongst their Bengali counterparts in West Bengal This new identity was in actuality a renaming of a. previously existing identity in the Bengal region The ghoti bangal conflict in the post partition era was visible. in the form of the refugee indigenous citizen conflict in West Bengal. The ghoti and bangal identities have divided the people of Bengal since the ancient times and continued. to be a more important a distinction for the Bengalis than any other until the Partition made religious identity a. more important factor The ghoti bangal conflict can be traced back to ancient Bengal when the Janapadas. came into existence in Bengal Various political and economic developments in the region made the different. tribes or janas create unified broader combinations to form Janapadas Among the Janapadas Gauda. Kamarupa Pundra and Varendra lay in the north Radha and Suhma in the west and Vanga Vangala Samatata. and Harikela in the east The presence of geographical barriers also contributed to the creation of separate. Janapadas The hilly areas in the north west of Bengal and the delta region of the east which has numerous. rivers were cut off from the rest of Bengal In these areas people developed indigenous cultures and maintained. separate identities, A history of conflicts between these Janapadas has been recorded in several social and religious. treatises of the region The genealogical books of the Bengali ghatakas match makers known as Kulasastras. Kulagranthas and Kulapanjikas are a record of the conflict between the Brahmans of Varendra and Radha The. Janapadas developed their indigenous customs over a period of time and eventually marriages outside the. respective Janapadas were not preferred, Many authors have described the social behaviour and customs of the people of these Janapadas. though most often these accounts are prejudiced In the second act of Krisnamisra s play Pravodhacandradaya. there are some indirect remarks that the Brahmans of southern Radha also known as Suhma were arrogant and. vain Another poet Dhoyi praises the people of Suhma and speaks of Cultured Suhma 3 In Rajasekhara s. Karpuramanjari the women of Harikela are highly praised and said to be superior to the women of Radha and. The advent of the Muslims happened in Bengal around the Twelfth and Thirteenth Century A D when. Mohammad Bukhtyar Khilji decided to reside at Lakshmanavati or Gauda They occupied the western and the. northern parts of Bengal while the eastern parts remained under the Hindu rulers for about a century or more. This gave rise to the long drawn wordy conflict between the people of the eastern parts the Bangals and those. of the west the Ghotis regarding the superiority and the pristine nature of their respective cultures The struggle. for survival in the post partition era made the conflict between the two communities more bitter. The conflict continued till the communally charged riots started brewing in the region and divided the. people communally just before the official declaration of the Partition in 1947 The story Treaty by Achintya. Kumar Sengupta justifies the statement The story is about two friends from East Bengal who come to Kolkata. to earn a living leaving their families behind Dinonath comes from Jessore while Johurali belongs to Barishal. Johurali and Dinonath are friends in spite of their religious identity As the narrator informs. www iosrjournals org 25 Page, Inventing the New Re defining the Old Bengali Identities in post 1947 Bangla Stories.
Their main concern was to find two square meals a day one whole piece of cloth to cover themselves. with a pillow under their heads for a comfortable night s sleep Nothing else excited them or inspired. them Except of course opportunities for saving a paisa or two so that they could send some money to. their families in the far away villages or even manage a trip back themselves 4. Their only other identity is that they are poor They are neighbours 5 inter dependent of each other and have. similar needs in life, Religion does not divide people here but culture and language does as Dinonath notices on coming. Calcutta This difference is significantly highlighted as the narrator informs As he spoke in a dialect of a far. away land and a jargon that only close friends shared Dinonath stirred the cream vigorously 6 Dinonath was. using a dialect used in East Bengal Through Dinonath s reference to East Bengal as a far away land 7 the. writer illustrates the difference and distance between the Bangals and the Ghotis The cultural identity seems to. be a more important factor than their religious differences until the riots make them aware of the existence of. their religion Their friendship does go through tribulations in the wake of the communal riots until their. humaneness renews their friendship, The hardships of the refugees and the human tragedy of the Partition emerged as central concerns in the. literature of the post partition period Colony fiction as Debjani Sengupta prefers to call the literature narrating. the hardships of the refugees emerged as a sub genre of the Bangla Partition narratives from India According. to Sengupta Films short stories novels plays belonging to this genre explore the life of people living in. refugee colonies that grew like mushrooms in around the urban centers in West Bengal 8 In these narratives the. Partition of 1947 appears as a not as the past 9 but is like a continuous struggle The lives of the refugees their. daily struggle for existence their pain and loss are in a large way a comment on the Partition Sunil. Gangopadhyay s novel Arjun 1971 presents the transformation of an economically and socially marginalised. refugee boy into a leader fighting for the rights of the refugees during a property dispute between the inhabitants. of a refugee colony and the landlords Narendranath Mitra s Upanagar Manik Bandopadhyay s Shonar Cheye. Dami Samaresh Basu s Shahider Ma and Raghab Bandopadhyay s Saishab are some novels in Bangla which. portray the trials and tribulations of the inhabitants of such refugee colonies. Bangla short stories have also discussed similar issues In Manik Bandopadhyay s story In a Place and. in a Land narrates the predicament of the East Bengalis like the protagonist Narahari who were not left with. much of choice after 1947 but to migrate to West Bengal despite the fact that their cultural differences made. them feel like a stranger there After the Partition this nightmare of leaving one s place and migrating to the land. of the strangers became a reality for many Bengalis The struggle of these refugees was for an identity for. acceptance in their new land as well as a struggle within themselves to embrace the land of strangers as their. own and survive the memories of their displaced land Bashabi Frazer sums up the angst present in the colony. For the East Bengali East Pakistani refugee a long life of unemployment and need gave rise to a. different kind of story that of the endless effort to combat hunger disease homelessness and. employment with a resilient desire to survive and live as Nita voices in that memorable anguished cry. in Ritwik Ghatak s film Meghe Dhaka Tara I want to live 10. Debesh Roy s b 1917 d 2001 story Refugee Udbastu describes the refugees search for an identity in. their newly adopted land where they are mere strangers This is depicted through the plight of Satyabrata Lahiri. and his family The story is set during the turbulent times of the 1950s when a fresh inflow of refugees to West. Bengal began due to the language riots in East Pakistan Satyabrata Lahiri is jobless and earns a meager living. by selling his own ability to write English and adding up correctly 11 in his neighbourhood which is a refugee. settlement His life comes to a standstill when the local police station summons him to prove that I am really. myself 12 to the Indian Union These investigations are being carried out as a result of the Nehru Liaqat Pact in. 1952 which allowed the Muslim evacuees to reclaim their properties on their return to India The irony is that. he and everyone else in his neighbourhood has to leave his her family and report at the local police station to. prove their identity The identity of a person is proven on the basis of recommendation of people around him. who know him However for people living in an alien land it is difficult to do so This exercise thus. jeopardizes the existence of every individual in the colony The identity of Anjana the daughter of Anima and. Satyabrata is also jeopardized as a result of these absurd investigations The investigators declare before. Satyabrata that the one you consider your child is not your own 13. The discrimination by the xenophobic West Bengalis made the refugees or the newly arrived East Bengalis hate. them and this led to the renewal of the age old conflict between the ghotis and the bangals. III Inventing the New, While the Bengalis in the Indian part were rediscovering an identity which further divided them their. counterparts in East Bengal or East Pakistan created an identity which had not existed in the region so far. Bengali Nationalism made its presence felt in 1952 with the growing demand from the Bangla speaking. community for a more prominent position for their language in the political space of Pakistan The religious. www iosrjournals org 26 Page, Inventing the New Re defining the Old Bengali Identities in post 1947 Bangla Stories. identity of the Bengalis which had led to the Partition was overcome to create an identity which was based on. the cultural and linguistic commonality of the Hindu and Muslim Bengalis of Pakistan Regional differences and. differences in the various dialects and sociolects of Bangla were forgotten to invent an identity which could. overcome the growing atrocities of the Urdu speaking Muslims. The slogans Joy Bangla Long Live Bangladesh Amar Desh Tomar Desh Bangladesh My. Country and Your Country Bangladesh Tomar Amar Thikana Padma Meghna Jamuna Your Address. and Mine Padma Meghna Jamuna manifested the territorial and linguistic basis of Bengali nationalism. The fact that Bengali nationalism transcended religious identity and created an identity based on common. language and culture is well reflected in the slogan Banglar Hindu Banglar Christan Banglar Bouddha. Banglar Musalman Amra Sabai Bangali Hindus of Bengal Christians of Bengal Buddhists of Bengal. Muslims of Bengal We are all Bengalis In the words of Rashid Bengali nationalism was an anti thesis to. that of the Muslim nationalism that had created Pakistan 14. Literature in East Pakistan Bangladesh also changed its tone which the emergence of Bengali. Nationalism From the initial celebration of a new nation and attempts to legitimize East Pakistani literature as. separate from the literature from India the events of 1952 and 1971 made the writers talk of a emergence of a. Bangladeshi identity Bangla short story writers like Shaukat Osman Selina Hossain Akhteruzzaman Elias and. Imadadul Haq have depicted the various identities the masses have adorned as a result of the changing political. and social scenario of East Pakistan in the wake of these events. Shaukat Osman s b 1917 d 1998 social realist 15 story Alefa published 1981 presents the. internal schisms and dissension 16 within the Muslim society in East Pakistan The division is between the. non Bengalis generally called Biharis and the Bengalis in East Pakistan who have been culturally and. linguistically different In the story the Bengalis treat the Biharis as their inferior 17 The story revolves around. the wedding function of Alefa a teenager whose mother is her sole guardian after the demise of her father. Alefa s depression and loneliness force her mother Maliha to get her married Karim Saheb an old. friend of Maliha s husband and a well wisher of the family finds a groom for Alefa The groom Akil Kazmi is. a Bihari who wishes to settle in East Bengal by marrying a local girl He works in a commercial firm with a. salary of two hundred and fifty rupee At this point in the story the gap between the Bihari Muslims and. Bengali Muslims begins to surface, The first question which Kalim Saheb asks Maliha regarding her opinion of the groom is whether she.
has reservations about a Bihari groom for her daughter With an embarrassed expression Kalim Saheb said I. hope you don t mind that he s from Bihar 18 The embarrassment in Kalim Saheb s tone clarifies his opinion. about Biharis Kalim Saheb despises them Maliha on the contrary has no issues as long as the groom is a. Muslim The bitterness between the Bengalis and the Biharis comes out in the open on the wedding night An. argument between the groom s side and those from the bride s side over the bride money turns into a conflict. between the Bengalis and the Biharis The Biharis want to impose their superiority in terms of their knowledge. of the doctrines of Islam, When the elders demand the groom to give something for the local mosque the primary school and the. graveyard which is a custom among the Bengali Muslims the groom s side still bitter about losing the first. round refuses to pay anything Wasim finds it as a useless practice But why do you want money for the. graveyard Have we come here to wed or to die 19Ali Miyan another elder from the bride s side protests. You spurn the custom of Bengal 20 The war of words turns into a physical tussle as Bengalis feel insulted. Zahur and Ali Miyan shout at the Biharis Have you come here to teach us custom you Bihari apes 21 Even. Rabbani Sheikh who had been a supporter of the Pakistan and who thought Muslims of the world were one. nation 22 loses his patience and shouts Kick the Bihari brutes out 24 The Bengalis get ready for a fight and the. angry groom s party walks out of the wedding ignoring Kalim s plea to both the parties to calm down for the. sake of the poor widow 25, Alefa s wedding is ruined due to the gap between the customs of the Bengalis and the Biharis Rabbani. Sheikh the old Pakistanist 24 is similar to Kamal of Rushd s Bangla novel Nongor Kamal a supporter of the. Two Nation Theory had assured his West Bengali boss that there would be no distinction between the Muslims. of West Bengal and East Bengal in Pakistan as there can be no division between the Muslims However with. the rise of the Bengali Language Movement his Bengali past asserts itself and he finds himself linguistically. and culturally different from the Muslims who migrated from other parts of India Similarly Rabbani Sheikh s. belief that all Muslims of the world belong to one nation is broken in the course of the story He identifies. himself as a Bengali who is different from the Biharis He and his fellow Bengalis rediscover their identity. which was definitely not communal, The difference between the Bengali and the Bihari Muslims was due to the fact that they were. linguistically and culturally different The aggressiveness of the Bengalis seen in Alefa is a reaction against. the atrocities and negligence the Bengalis were facing in Pakistan Their language and culture were being. www iosrjournals org 27 Page, Inventing the New Re defining the Old Bengali Identities in post 1947 Bangla Stories. destroyed by their Urdu speaking fellow countrymen The Biharis who were the supporters of the West. Pakistan dominated government faced the wrath of the Bengalis in East Pakistan. Selina Hossain s b 1947 short story Looking Back describes the events of the February 21 st. agitation A feminist writer Hossain has a woman agitator Bithi as her protagonist in the story It describes the. role the women played in the Movement in forging the separate Bengali identity in Pakistan in 1952 which. history mostly ignores, The story begins with the news that Ashfaq and Bithi s wedding has been fixed with the consent of the.
parents from both the sides Bithi a University student is drawn towards the Language Movement and dreams. of a future where her mother tongue Bengali would be taught to her children Ashfaq on the other hand is an. English educated man who is planning to do his Ph D in Britain Although a supporter of Bengali as the. national language he is not as driven towards the issue as Bithi was He did want Bengali to be the national. language but he didn t want anything more than that 26. Through Bithi s premonitions the author makes her readers aware of the incidents which were to. follow Bithi has a premonition of the debate at the General Assembly after the firing incident on the 21st of. February Bithi sees the angry Maulana Debater ask for an enquiry into the unfortunate incident First enquiry. then the House can meet 27 and Dhirendranath Datta another legislator express his anguish Bithi hears bullet. sounds in her vision, At a meeting of the Language Movement held at Madhu s canteen in the University Ghazi the student. leader informs the gathering about the deception of the Nazimmuddin government which had accepted Urdu as. the national language of Pakistan Amidst the slogans of We want Bengali as the national language We want a. state for Bengali 28 the decision to commemorate 21st February as the day of the Language Movement is taken. Bithi who had come to attend the meeting despite her father s orders against it has a vision of the General. Assembly on the day of the fiasco The Master Debater is seen defying the Speaker s orders and demanding. that I don t understand your Order I won t abide by your Order Let the Leader of the House first go and see. and come back to give a description Then the Assembly can meet 29. Bithi is happy to learn that her marriage and the protest are on the same day She sees the day as the. symbol of the beginning of her beautiful future Her future life would be made beautiful by seeing her children. learn Bengali language and grow up in Bengali culture which is possible only through the success of the. Language Movement Bithi says to her friends, I want my married life to be beautiful which is why I want the Language Movement to succeed I. don t want to see my Barnamala burning in front of my eyes I don t want to see children learning. Urdu I will forget to sing my songs No I won t let such a day come in my life 30. She tells Ashfaq that she would give her children a small beautiful Bengali name 31 instead of the traditional. Muslim name like the one her fianc has or what her in laws would prefer Ashfaq Rasul Mosammat Jahan. Binte Usme Kulsum 32, Bithi s experiences at the procession on the 21 st of February are narrated in the form of a series of film. shots The word Cut 33 distinguishes one scene from another The shots show Bithi leaving the house. promising her fianc to be back soon They next show her arriving at the University to meet the procession In. the next scene Toyabsaheb freezes out of surprise on seeing her daughter at the procession Bithi avoids her. father and moves forward The police are then seen training their guns at the students The boys procession is. in the next shot seen advancing towards the raised guns of the police Bithi watches this and simultaneously. sees a parliamentary debate in her vision where the Master Debater is heard demanding an enquiry on the police. firing on students It is the same vision which she had during one of her meetings with Ashfaq Bithi in the next. scene is supposedly shot but she does not realise it Her mouthful of saliva tasted like blood 34 yet she. continues to move forward with the help her friend Mili She is shown dying in the next scene The scene. describes her feelings The next moment it seemed as if no one was suffering Time was talking to her 35 In. the last scene Bithi falls near a big mango tree with a poster on its trunk The poster says We want a nation for. the Bengali language 36 and many students like Bithi sacrifice themselves for this dream. The sacrifice of the students shakes the national leaders out of their slumber who unite in support of the. National Language Movement Through the story the author along with the millions of Bangladeshis revisits the. historic day to remember and understand the significance of it in their lives One can also infer that Looking. Back presents the shift of the East Pakistani society towards Bengaliness or in other words the inclusive. syncretism 37 of Bengali Muslim culture, A large portion of Bangladeshi literature is dedicated to the period around the War of Independence. The contribution and sacrifice of the viranganas or war heroines during the 1971 Liberation War has been one. of the vital themes of Bangladeshi literature People working for the Mukti Bahini the Pak military and the. razakars along with the masses have also been depicted in this body of literature In the genre of short stories. written in Bangla by Bangladeshi writers like Afsan Chowdhury The Body Shahriar Kabir Jesus 1971. and Saleha Chowdhury The Daughter the experiences of the common man during the War of Independence. www iosrjournals org 28 Page, Inventing the New Re defining the Old Bengali Identities in post 1947 Bangla Stories.
have been depicted Selina Hossain s story Double War is set during the War of Independence and. exemplifies the manner in which Bangladeshi literature has depicted the Mukti Bahini the razakars the. khansena and the Virangana Double War depicts the fight of the Bengalis in Pakistan to assert their cultural. and linguistic identity over the religious identity imposed on them by the Partition of 1947. IV Conclusion, The section Redefining the Old discusses how the people of the Bengal region continuously. redefined their identities which were based on their cultural linguistic and regional identities The short stories. prove the fact that the ghoti bangal identity of the pre Partition era was renewed as the udbastu identity in the. post Partition era in the Indian part of Bengal Although the Partition and the resultant communal riots. formulated new identities on the basis of religion which subdued the presence of other identities in Bengal the. older identities were re discovered in the years following the Partition The following section Inventing the. new depicts the formulation of a new identity on the basis of one s linguistic identity in East Bengal The. assertion of the identity of the East Pakistanis as Bengalis strongly refuted the religious identity which was the. basis on which East Pakistan was created The Bengali identity resulted in the creation of a new nation. Bangladesh, The study of the Bengali stories and the Bengali identities traced in the course of this paper therefore. proves the fact that the through the continual re defining of the old identities and the invention of the new the. people of Bengal refuted the creation of communal identities in the region. 1 Ramachandran Sujata Of Bounderies and Border Crossing Undocumented Bangladeshi Infiltrators and the Hegemony of Hindu. Nationalism in India The Partition of the Indian Subcontinent ed Ritu Menon Spec issue of Interventions 1 2 1999 235 253. 2 Menon Ritu Cartographies of Nations and Identities A Post Partition Predicament Editorial The Partition of the Indian. Subcontinent Spec issue of Interventions 1 2 1999 157 166. 3 Ray Niharranjan History of the Bengali People Ancient Period Trans John W Hood New Delhi Orient Longman 1994. 4 Sengupta Achintya Kumar Treaty Swakhar Trans Sarika Chaudhuri Bashabi Frazer Ed Bengal Partition Stories An. Unclosed Chapter Delhi Anthem Press 2006 153 158, 5 Sengupta Achintya Kumar Treaty Swakhar Trans Sarika Chaudhuri Bashabi Frazer Ed Bengal Partition Stories An. Unclosed Chapter Delhi Anthem Press 2006 153 158, 6 Sengupta Achintya Kumar Treaty Swakhar Trans Sarika Chaudhuri Bashabi Frazer Ed Bengal Partition Stories An. Unclosed Chapter Delhi Anthem Press 2006 153 158, 7 Sengupta Achintya Kumar Treaty Swakhar Trans Sarika Chaudhuri Bashabi Frazer Ed Bengal Partition Stories An.
Unclosed Chapter Delhi Anthem Press 2006 153 158, 8 Sengupta Debjani An Afterword Debjani Sengupta Ed Mapmaking Partition Stories from Two Bengals New Delhi Srishti. 2003 185 197, 9 Sengupta Debjani An Afterword Debjani Sengupta Ed Mapmaking Partition Stories from Two Bengals New Delhi Srishti. 2003 185 197, 10 Bashabi Frazer Ed Bengal Partition Stories An Unclosed Chapter Delhi Anthem Press 2006 32. 11 Roy Debesh Refugee Udbastu Trans Sheila Sengupta Bashabi Frazer Ed Bengal Partition Stories An Unclosed Chapter. Delhi Anthem Press 2006 401 416, 12 Roy Debesh Refugee Udbastu Trans Sheila Sengupta Bashabi Frazer Ed Bengal Partition Stories An Unclosed Chapter. Delhi Anthem Press 2006 401 416, 13 Roy Debesh Refugee Udbastu Trans Sheila Sengupta Bashabi Frazer Ed Bengal Partition Stories An Unclosed Chapter.
Delhi Anthem Press 2006 401 416, 14 Rashid Harun Or A Move for United Independent Bengal History of Bangladesh Political History Vol I ed Sirajul Islam. Dhaka Asiatic Society of Bangladesh 1992 400 421, 15 Jamal Osman Introduction God s Adversary and Other Stories By Shaukat Osman Trans Osman Jamal Delhi Penguin. 1996 xi xxxvii, 16 Jamal Osman Introduction God s Adversary and Other Stories By Shaukat Osman Trans Osman Jamal Delhi Penguin. 1996 xi xxxvii, 17 Osman Shaukat Alefa Trans Osman Jamal Image and Representation Stories of Muslim Lives in India Mushirul Hasan and. M Asaduddin Eds New Delhi Oxford University Press 2000 261 270. 18 Osman Shaukat Alefa Trans Osman Jamal Image and Representation Stories of Muslim Lives in India Mushirul Hasan and. M Asaduddin Eds New Delhi Oxford University Press 2000 261 270. 19 Osman Shaukat Alefa Trans Osman Jamal Image and Representation Stories of Muslim Lives in India Mushirul Hasan and. M Asaduddin Eds New Delhi Oxford University Press 2000 261 270. 20 Osman Shaukat Alefa Trans Osman Jamal Image and Representation Stories of Muslim Lives in India Mushirul Hasan and. M Asaduddin Eds New Delhi Oxford University Press 2000 261 270. 21 Osman Shaukat Alefa Trans Osman Jamal Image and Representation Stories of Muslim Lives in India Mushirul Hasan and. M Asaduddin Eds New Delhi Oxford University Press 2000 261 270. 22 Osman Shaukat Alefa Trans Osman Jamal Image and Representation Stories of Muslim Lives in India Mushirul Hasan and. M Asaduddin Eds New Delhi Oxford University Press 2000 261 270. 23 Osman Shaukat Alefa Trans Osman Jamal Image and Representation Stories of Muslim Lives in India Mushirul Hasan and. M Asaduddin Eds New Delhi Oxford University Press 2000 261 270. 24 Osman Shaukat Alefa Trans Osman Jamal Image and Representation Stories of Muslim Lives in India Mushirul Hasan and. M Asaduddin Eds New Delhi Oxford University Press 2000 261 270. 25 Osman Shaukat Alefa Trans Osman Jamal Image and Representation Stories of Muslim Lives in India Mushirul Hasan and. M Asaduddin Eds New Delhi Oxford University Press 2000 261 270. www iosrjournals org 29 Page, Inventing the New Re defining the Old Bengali Identities in post 1947 Bangla Stories.
26 Hossain Selina Looking Back Phire Dekha Trans Bashabi Frazer Bashabi Frazer Ed Bengal Partition Stories An. Unclosed Chapter Delhi Anthem Press 2006 389 400, 27 Hossain Selina Looking Back Phire Dekha Trans Bashabi Frazer Bashabi Frazer Ed Bengal Partition Stories An. Unclosed Chapter Delhi Anthem Press 2006 389 400, 28 Hossain Selina Looking Back Phire Dekha Trans Bashabi Frazer Bashabi Frazer Ed Bengal Partition Stories An. Unclosed Chapter Delhi Anthem Press 2006 389 400, 29 Hossain Selina Looking Back Phire Dekha Trans Bashabi Frazer Bashabi Frazer Ed Bengal Partition Stories An. Unclosed Chapter Delhi Anthem Press 2006 389 400, 30 Hossain Selina Looking Back Phire Dekha Trans Bashabi Frazer Bashabi Frazer Ed Bengal Partition Stories An. Unclosed Chapter Delhi Anthem Press 2006 389 400, 31 Hossain Selina Looking Back Phire Dekha Trans Bashabi Frazer Bashabi Frazer Ed Bengal Partition Stories An.
Unclosed Chapter Delhi Anthem Press 2006 389 400, 32 Hossain Selina Looking Back Phire Dekha Trans Bashabi Frazer Bashabi Frazer Ed Bengal Partition Stories An. Unclosed Chapter Delhi Anthem Press 2006 389 400, 33 Hossain Selina Looking Back Phire Dekha Trans Bashabi Frazer Bashabi Frazer Ed Bengal Partition Stories An. Unclosed Chapter Delhi Anthem Press 2006 389 400, 34 Hossain Selina Looking Back Phire Dekha Trans Bashabi Frazer Bashabi Frazer Ed Bengal Partition Stories An. Unclosed Chapter Delhi Anthem Press 2006 389 400, 35 Hossain Selina Looking Back Phire Dekha Trans Bashabi Frazer Bashabi Frazer Ed Bengal Partition Stories An. Unclosed Chapter Delhi Anthem Press 2006 389 400, 36 Hossain Selina Looking Back Phire Dekha Trans Bashabi Frazer Bashabi Frazer Ed Bengal Partition Stories An.
Unclosed Chapter Delhi Anthem Press 2006 389 400, 37 Roy Asim Being and Becoming a Muslim A Historiographic Perspective on the Search for a Muslim Identity in Bengal. Bengal Rethinking History Essays in Historiography Ed Shekhar Bandyopadhyay New Delhi Manohar 2001 167 230.

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