SSC History of Bangladesh and World Civilization Board Question 2018

SSC History of Bangladesh and World Civilization Board Question 2018. The Liberation War of Bangladesh took place in 1971. Our country became free from the enemies on 16 December after a nine-month bloody war against the Pakistani army. The Liberation war is the story of our glory and pride. The Bangalees have such many events of glory. History represents events. It provides the sequential and true account of what has been clearly described in it. In order to conduct a comprehensive investigation of history, it is necessary to become informed of the elements and classification of history. In this chapter, we will know how we should study history.

SSC History of Bangladesh and World Civilization Board Question 2018

SSC History of Bangladesh and World Civilization Board Question 2018

SSC History of Bangladesh and World Civilization Board Question 2018

SSC History of Bangladesh and World Civilization Board Question 2018

Before that, we need to know what history is? We also need to know how many types of history are there or how to write history. What is the usefulness of studying history? In this present chapter, there will be a discussion about these topics.

Stone Age tools found in Bangladesh indicate human habitation for over 20,000 years, and remnants of Copper Age settlements date back 4,000 years. Ancient Bengal was settled by Austroasiatics, Tibeto-Burmans, Dravidians, and Indo-Aryans in consecutive waves of migration. Archaeological evidence confirms that by the second millennium BCE, rice-cultivating communities inhabited the region. By the 11th century, people lived in systemically-aligned housing, buried their dead, and manufactured copper ornaments and black and red pottery.

 The Ganges, Brahmaputra and Meghna rivers were natural arteries for communication and transportation, and estuaries on the Bay of Bengal permitted maritime trade. The early Iron Age saw the development of metal weaponry, coinage, agriculture, and irrigation. Major urban settlements formed during the late Iron Age, in the mid-first millennium BCE, when the Northern Black Polished Ware culture developed. In 1879, Alexander Cunningham identified Mahasthangarh as the capital of the Pundra Kingdom mentioned in the Rigveda. The oldest inscription in Bangladesh was found in Mahasthangarh and dates from the 3rd century BCE. It is written in the Brahmi script.

Greek and Roman records of the ancient Gangaridai Kingdom, which (according to legend) deterred the invasion of Alexander the Great, are linked to the fort city in Wari-Bateshwar. The site is also identified with the prosperous trading center of Souanagoura listed on Ptolemy’s world map. Roman geographers noted a large seaport in southeastern Bengal, corresponding to the present-day Chittagong region.

The Pala Empire was an imperial power during the Late Classical period on the Indian subcontinent, which originated in the region of Bengal

The 9th-century ruins of Somapura Mahavihara. The ruins hosted the largest monastery in pre-Islamic Bangladesh and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Ancient Buddhist and Hindu states which ruled Bangladesh included the Vanga, Samatata and Pundra kingdoms, the Mauryan and Gupta Empires, the Varman dynasty, Shashanka’s kingdom, the Khadga and Candra dynasties, the Pala Empire, the Sena dynasty, the Harikela kingdom, and the Deva dynasty.

These states had well-developed currencies, banking, shipping, architecture and art, and the ancient universities of Bikrampur and Mainamati hosted scholars and students from other parts of Asia. Xuanzang of China was a noted scholar who resided at the Somapura Mahavihara (the largest monastery in ancient India), and Atisa traveled from Bengal to Tibet to preach Buddhism. The earliest form of the Bengali language began to emerge during the eighth century.

teachingbd24.com is such a website where you would get all kinds of necessary information regarding educational notes, suggestions and questions’ patterns of school, college, and madrasahs. Particularly you will get here special notes of physics that will be immensely useful to both students and teachers. The builder of the website is Mr. Md. Shah Jamal Who has been serving for 35 years as an Asst. Professor of BAF Shaheen College. He expects that this website will meet up all the needs of Bengali version learners /students. He has requested concerned both students and teachers to spread this website home and abroad.

SSC History of Bangladesh and World Civilization Board Question 2018

Facebook Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *