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  • Volume 3 Bengal 17557671911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 3 — Bengal BENGAL, a province of British India, bounded on the E. by the province of Eastern
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  • Eastern Bengal and Assam 8348281911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 8 — Eastern Bengal and Assam EASTERN BENGAL AND ASSAM, a province of British
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  • Report of a Tour through the Bengal Provinces by Joseph David Freedone Melik Beglar Tiládaka 2049502Report of a Tour through the Bengal Provinces
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  • in Oriya, p. 113—Marked peculiarities of the Accent system in Bengali, p. 114—Central and East and West Bengal pronunciation, 114—Dravidian influence
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  • by the building of the Suez Canal, a highway of the first importance. The Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal are wide, open divisions of the Indian Ocean
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  • a part of the Presidency of Bengal, the term Bengal could be found, in some works of history and geography, to signify Orissa along with Bengal proper;
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  • heavy heart and a sense of utter frustration at the failure of my lifelong mission to uplift the backward Hindu masses of East Bengal that I feel compelled
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  • interest in being a self-recording evidence of the earliest response that Bengal gave to the touch of the West. I think we can safely assert that she is
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  • ancient town, Asia Minor. Andalusia, province, Spain. Andaman Islands, Bay of Bengal. Andelys, Les, town, France. Andenne, town, Belgium. Andernach, town,
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  • founder of order of monks. Benedict, popes. Benefice, Ecclesiastical. Beneke, Friedrich Eduard, German philosopher. Benevento, town, Italy. Bengal, lieutenant-governorship
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  • died at 27 West Cromwell Road, London, on 1 March 1898. In 1856 he married Marian Charlotte, only daughter of George Wynyard Battye of the Bengal civil service
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  • province of Bengal proper, i.e. in, and on both sides of the delta of the Ganges, and also in the Eastern Bengal portion of the province of Eastern Bengal and
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  • south of Gaya, to the east of Shahabad, to the south of Bhagalpur and to the west of Bankura and Midnapur. The temple of Baidyanāth at Deoghar in Bengal (now
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  • province of British India, which was amalgamated in 1905 with “Eastern Bengal and Assam” (q.v.). Area 56,243 sq. m.; pop. (1901) 6,126,343. The province of Assam
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  • Author:Joseph Dalton Hooker (category Companions of the Order of the Bath)
    Darwin's copy], 1859 external link Himalayan Journals; or notes of a naturalist in Bengal, the Sikkim and Nepal Himalayas, the Khasia mountains, &c. London
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  • The INDIAN MUTINY, THE, the great revolt of the Bengal native army in 1857, which led to the transference of Indian government from the East India company
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  • 'Journal of the Bengal Asiatic Society,' and in 1874 he edited for the Bengal Secretarial Press 'Specimens of the Language of India, including those of the
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  • history of its own. The two staple crops are rice and jute. Sirajganj, on the Brahmaputra, is the largest mart for jute in Bengal. The Eastern Bengal
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  • (1788–1853), a Bengal civil servant, arrived in India on 9 Nov. 1808, and, commencing his service as an assistant to the registrar of the court of Sadr Diwáni
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  • Nairnshire family of Kilravock; he retired from the Bengal civil service after serving as puisne judge of the high court of Agra, North-West Provinces. His
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