Land of Two Rivers: A History of Bengal from the Mahabharata to Mujib

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Penguin Books India, 2011 - Bengal (India) - 639 pages
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Contents

02PreHistoric
16
03First Gour
33
04The Imperial
39
05The Sen Dynasty
50
06Turkish Invasion
61
07Ilas Shahi Dynasty
70
08The shortlived
76
09Islam Spreads
82
26First Partition
293
27Army Revolutionary
313
28A Decade of Hindu
330
29Agni Yug
349
30Unmaking
367
31Parting
389
32Rice and Fall
430
33United Bengal
450

10Emergene of Bengal
88
11 Origin an growth
101
12Shri Chaitanya
115
13The Pathans
121
14Bengal Becomes
128
15Appenarance
144
16Era of Independent
153
17SirajudDaula
164
18End of Independent
173
19Age of Warren
186
20Agrarian Industrial
196
21AntiGovernment
220
22Bengal Renaissance
232
23Hindu Religious
258
24Beginnings of Political
268
25Growth of Muslim
278
34Bengal Decides
486
35East Bengal
495
36From the UF
512
37Ayubs ten
524
38From Pakistan
537
39Bangladeshs War
556
40Indias West Bangal
573
41Epilogue
587
42Appendix A
594
43Appendix B
595
44Appendix C
597
45Appendix D
603
46Notes
605
47Bibliography
620
48Index
627
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