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The History of Migration into Undivided Goalpara District of Assam ?>

The History of Migration into Undivided Goalpara District of Assam

Dr. Akbar Badsha Abstract: In 1826, the British Company took a policy for more production in various systems of agriculture in the low lying damp places of Brahmaputra Valley. The company took “Grow more food” programme in Assam and subsequently imported Mymensinghia from Maymensing, Pabna, Noa-Khali, Sirajganj, Rangpur, Dinajpur, Rajsahi Districts of East Bengal. Migrants from Bengal Districts of Mymensingh, Pabna, Bagura and Rangpur continued to come in small numbers. But as the century advanced, this migration took the form…

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The Islamic Settlement in Assam and its Early History: A Critical Study ?>

The Islamic Settlement in Assam and its Early History: A Critical Study

Mirza Abdur Rohim Mollah Abstract: Assam, a state of India is located in one of the greatest routes of human migration of almost all the principal human races from the hoary past. People professing Islam migrated to this land in different times for different reasons. The religion propagated by Prophet Hazrat Mahammad (570 AD-632 AD) is known as “Islam” enjoyed popularity and spread rapidly in different parts of the world. The state is also not an exception to it. Assam…

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