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Being Bengali: At Home and in the World

Mridula Nath Chakraborty
Routledge
2014

The Decline of the Caste Question: Jogendranath Mandal and the Defeat of Dalit Politics in Bengal

Dwaipayan Sen
Cambridge University Press
2018

Bhanga Bangla O Bangla Sahitya

Asrukumar Sikdar
Dey's Publishing
2005

Deshbibhag Fire Dekha

Ahmad Rafique
Anindya Prokash
2014

Bangla Chhoto Galpe Deshbibhag

Sanjida Akhter
Dhaka: Bangla Academy
2002

Syama Prasad Mookerjee, the Hindu Dissent and the Partition of Bengal, 1932-1947

Chhanda Chatterjee
Routledge
2020

Politics of Subversion: The Untold Story of Sylhet

Sujit K. Ghosh
B.R. Publishing Company
2000

‘No matter how, Jogendranath had to be defeated’: The Scheduled Castes Federation and the making of partition in Bengal, 1945–1947

Author(s): 
Dwaipayan Sen
Publisher/Sponsor: 
The Indian Economic and Social History Review
https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0019464612455273

This article offers an explanation for the defeat of Jogendranath Mandal and the Scheduled Castes Federation in the context of partition-era Bengal. Departing from analyses of Scheduled Caste integration, it explores the Federation’s efforts at creating an independent political platform through a strategic alliance with the Muslim League. To this end, it traces Mandal’s and the Federation’s trajectory through the following key moments: the anti-Poona Pact day and Day of Direct Action, the 1946 election, Dr B.R.

ITIHAS SAMPRADAIKATA O BRAHMANYATANTRA

CHANDRA, PULAK
Dey's Publishing
2015

Batashe Baruder Gandha

Manoranjan Byapari
Eka
2019

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