SSC Bengali 1st Paper Suggestion and Question Patterns 2020-6

SSC Bengali 1st Paper Suggestion and Question Patterns 2020-6. Bengali Suggestion and Question Patterns of SSC Examination 2018. Bengali is an eastern Indo-Aryan language. It is native to the region of eastern South Asia known as Bengal, which comprises present-day Bangladesh, the Indian state of West Bengal, and parts of the Indian states of Tripura and Assam. It is written using the Bengali script. With about 220 million native and about 250 million total speakers, Bengali is one of the most spoken languages, ranked seventh in the world. The national song of India, the national anthem of India, and the national anthem of Bangladesh were composed in the Bengali language.

SSC Bengali 1st Paper Suggestion and Question Patterns 2020-6

SSC Bengali 1st Paper Suggestion and Question Patterns 2020-6

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SSC Bengali 1st Paper Suggestion and Question Patterns 2020-6

SSC Bengali 1st Paper Suggestion and Question Patterns 2020-6

SSC Bengali 1st Paper Suggestion and Question Patterns 2020-6

With a rich literary tradition arising from the Bengali Renaissance, Bengali binds together a culturally diverse region and is an important contributor to Bengali nationalism. In former East Bengal (today Bangladesh), the strong linguistic consciousness led to the Bengali Language Movement, during which on 21 February 1952, several people were killed during protests to gain its recognition as a state language of the then Dominion of Pakistan and to maintain its writing in the Bengali script. The day has since been observed as Language Movement Day in Bangladesh and was proclaimed the International Mother Language Day by UNESCO on 17 November 1999.

Bengali, the majority population of Bengal, the region of northeastern South Asia that generally corresponds to the country of Bangladesh and the Indian state of West Bengal. The Bengali people speak dialects of Bangla—as they call the Bengali language—which belongs to the Indo-Aryan group of the Indo-Iranian branch of the Indo-European language family.

The Bengali are of diverse origin, having emerged from the confluence of various communities that entered the region over the course of many centuries. The earliest inhabitants of the region are believed to have been the Vedda from Sri Lanka. Later the Vedda were joined by Mediterranean peoples who spoke Indo-European languages. In the 8th century peoples of Arab, Turkish, and Persian descent began to enter the area. Eventually, all these groups merged to become the people now known as Bengali.

Most of the Bengali in Bangladesh are practitioners of Sunni Islam, while the majority of the Bengali in West Bengal follow Hinduism. This religious difference traces largely to the 13th century when Muslim forces invaded the region from the northwest. At the time, the population of Bengal comprised a mixture of Hindus and Buddhists. Following the arrival of the Muslims, most of the residents of eastern Bengal converted to Islam, while Hinduism became the predominant religion in the western region.

In the early 21st century the majority of the Bengali population remained rural, in both Bangladesh and West Bengal. Of the rural Bengali, a large portion is engaged in agriculture, their principal crops being rice and jute, followed by assorted pulses (legumes) and oilseeds. In the rural context, men are typically responsible for most of the work outside the home, while women manage domestic matters. Labour is less clearly divided in urban areas, however; their many middle- and upper-class women pursue careers in professions such as medicine and education.

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