006 AD, the Wari-Bateshwar archaeological evidence obtained in the settlement areas became Bangladesh in accordance with the almost 4 thousand years ago. Dravidian and Tibeto-Burman population is believed at that time, had settled here. Later, the region was divided into small states ruled by local and foreign rulers. After the arrival of the Aryans in the sixth to the fourth century AD Gupta dynasty ruled Bengali. Shashank after the name of a local king was able to seize power in the area for a short period of time. Almost a hundred years of anarchy (which is called a period) are entitled to most of the Buddhist Pala dynasty of Bengal, and ruled the next four years. The Hindu Sena dynasty came to power. Islam was introduced to Bengal in the twelfth century by Sufi missionaries. Later, during a military operation and the victory of the Muslim rulers assumed power. AD 12051206 power Uddin Muhammad Bakhtiyar, a Turkish-born captain of the defeated Lakshman Sen of the Sena dynasty fell. In the sixteenth century, the Mughal Empire until the local Bengali was ruled by sultans and landlords. Dhaka, the capital of the Mughal conquest and was named Jahangir Nagar.
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“>Sheikh Mujibur Rahman (third from the right side) and Maulana (fourth from the right side), 1953
European traders came to Bengal in the late fifteenth century. Gradually increase their influence. By 1757, the British East India Company in Bengal at Plassey took over rulership. After the revolution in 1857 AD soldier from the company came under the direct control of the power of the British Empire. A Viceroy was administered under the control of the British king. Colonial rule of the Indian subcontinent many times, there was a terrible famine. Chhiyattor famine, known as the 1770 famine, an estimated 30 million people died as a result of the partition of Bengal and Assam .1905 and 1911 AD was formed a new province, whose capital Dhaka.  However, the Kolkata-based opposition politicians and intellectuals as a result of the annulment of the 1911 partition. During the partition of the Indian subcontinent in 1947 on the basis of religion, a majority of the province is divided into Bengali again. Hindu-majority India and West Bengal are integrated; The majority of Muslims belong to Pakistan was East Bengal. In 1954, East Bengal was renamed East Pakistan. In 1950, the abolition of tenure reform is to overload the system. But despite the importance of the economic and demographic Pakistani government in East Pakistan and West Pakistan army remains in full control. 195 CE Language Movement was the first sign of friction between the two wings of Pakistan. Over the next decade in various steps taken by the central government’s economic and cultural issues are bound grain protests in East Pakistan. In the meantime, the Awami League emerged as the pioneers of Bengali nationalism, the nation and the party became a major political party. 6-point movement began in the mid-1960s, which was the original goal of full self-determination of East Pakistan. Awami League leader Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was jailed in 1966. In 1969, he was arrested again and placed in the Agartala Conspiracy Case; But the uprising in the face of fierce unasattarera Ayub Khan’s military junta collapsed and Mujib was released.