Mujibnagar: History's first Bengali government


The emergence of the provisional Bangladesh government in Mujibnagar, forty three years ago on this day on April 17, 1971, was a defining moment for the Bengali nation. The first Bengali government in history, administered by Bengalis and for Bengalis, it took shape in the grey region between the sinister and the illuminating.

Birth of Bangladesh and leadership of Bangabandhu


March 26, obviously it is the final spark of the history of exploring Bengali Nationalism. Let’s have a glance about the miracle and milestone.

The Historical speech of father of the nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.


7 March,1971
The Historical speech of father of the nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.



He is not a mere individual. He is an institution, a movement, a revolution, an upsurge. He is the architect of a nation. He is the essence of an epic poetry and he himself is the history.

This history goes back a thousand years. This is why contemporary history has recognised him as the greatest Bengali of the past thousand years. The future will call him the champion of eternal time.

Language Movement & Bangabandhu: Backdrops of Bengali Nationalism


They sacrificed their lives on February 21 in 1952 for the first time in the history to establish right to language. Section 144, tear gas and random bullet fires—nothing could resist Bangalis unyielding aspiration for mother tongue. Salam, Barkat, Rafique, Jabbar, Shafiur and many more, with the hints for weeding the seed of independence, spearheaded their blood on the streets both consciously and unconsciously dreaming for speaking, gossiping and passing spontaneous lifestyles in mother language, which was getting obstructed by the aggression of Pakistani military. This language movement is regarded as the first feeling for nationalism and democratic movement.