Khulna Bangladesh History
The Indian army invaded Bangladesh in early December 1971 and engaged and subdued the Pakistani armed forces. Pakistani forces recall the day in 1971 when they surrendered to the joint Bangladeshi-Indian forces. It marked the end of the war between Pakistan and Bangladesh and the beginning of a new era of peace and prosperity in the country, as well as a day when Bangladesh broke away from Pakistan.
During the struggle, central elements of Bangladesh's identity fused to create a culture and way of life that was linked to the Shire region. In the 1960s, the Bengali public welcomed messages that emphasized the uniqueness of Bengali culture, and these formed the basis for demands for self-determination and autonomy. The effect in the East was to fuel opposition movements, radicalize students at Dhaka University, and give new meaning to a "Bengali identity" that emphasized the cultural unity of the "East" rather than itself.
In 1975, India diverted most of the drought season of these rivers into one of its inland rivers before reaching Bangladesh. The Ganges and Padma rivers flow south, Brahmaputra and Jamuna come from the north, and both come to the south. In 2017, two-thirds of Bangladesh was flooded, with hundreds of villages under water. Two months of monsoon floods have displaced tens of thousands of people and caused flooding across the country, flooding more than two-thirds of Bangladesh's territory.
The main body of Pakistan is also divided by ethnicity and language: Pakistanis are primarily Punjabi and Pashtuns, unlike Bengalis and East Pakistanis. The Muslim part of Bengal became part of India in August 1947, when British India gained its independence. Sheikh Mujibar Rahman declared Bangladesh's independence from Pakistan on March 27, 1971, but talks between the two Pakistanis failed and civilian opposition grew. After seven years and a series of crippling strikes, Islami is merging with the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP), Bangladesh's largest opposition party, and the Muslim League.
The main language is Bangla, which most locals call Bengali, an Indo-European language spoken by people who are culturally Bengali. The majority of the population, 98 percent, is Bengali, with 2 percent belonging to other ethnic groups such as Punjabi, Pashtuns and Muslims. Traditional games are passed from one generation to the next and are played mainly in rural areas of Bangladesh.
Khulna also houses some of the most famous temples in the world, such as Khulnagar Temple, Dhaka Cathedral and Chhatrapati Shivaji Temple. Chittagong Cathedral, the oldest and most important temple in Calcutta, is known as a historic site in the district, as are many other temples.
The center of the entire area is Dhaka, which has 8.5 million inhabitants, but Bangladesh is home to more than 1.6 million people, making the nation of Iowa - the eighth largest in the world - the eighth largest. The largest city, Khulna, the capital of the district of Chittagong, has a population of just over one million. It has a long history as an important trading center for many different countries, including India, China, Japan, South Korea and the United States.
Bangladesh is almost completely flat and borders India to the north, south, east, west and east, the border with Pakistan to the west and Bangladesh to the west.
As a result, the country is regularly flooded, with an average of 16 cyclones hitting the country every decade. As has already been said, Bangladesh is often hit by floods and cyclones, and there have been a number of attacks claimed by terrorist groups such as AQIS, ISIS, al-Qaeda and the Taliban. While Bangladesh's government often blames the violence on local militants, both AQis and ISIS have claimed responsibility for attacks in the past, most notably in Dhaka in 2013 and 2014.
It was ruled by the same empire that ruled central India, and it was thought to have been built on the ruins of the ancient city of Dhaka, the capital of the former empire of Bangladesh.
Before 1947, Bangladesh was known as East Bengal Province and had been part of the Indian holding company of Great Britain since the 17th century, but was not included when the British took control of the region and founded the British Raj of India (1858 - 1947). The region, now Bangladesh, is home to a number of important political entities, including the State of West Pakistan, the Government of West Bengal and the Bengali people. At the beginning of Pakistan's foundation there was a Bengali population in the east, which is why the West Indies were refounded as an independent state. West - Pakistan became the seat of government and controlled almost all national resources as well as control of land and water.
Over time, national identity has increasingly been linked to Islamic symbols, as opposed to Hindu or Bengali, which has served to cement Bangladesh's status as a country with a strong religious and cultural identity, but also as an independent state. Bangladesh is still primarily a rural culture, and even for the inhabitants of the big cities, grammar villages are an important spatial or cultural concept. During this time, national identities increasingly became symbols of Islam as the antithesis of Hindu and Bengali. The Khulna region consists of two hydrological regions named after the two major rivers, the Kolkata River and the Chittagong River.