Language Activists: Bengali Language Movement, Devaneya Pavanar, Maraimalai Adigal, Dhirendranath Datta, Abul Kashem, Parithimar Kalaignar

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General Books, 2010 - 110 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 49. Chapters: Bengali-language activists, Catalan-language activists, Cornish-language activists, Czech-language activists, Irish-language activists, Manx-language activists, Scots-language activists, Tamil-language activists, Welsh-language activists, Domhnall Ua Buachalla, Douglas Hyde, Bengali Language Movement, Patrick Pearse, Devaneya Pavanar, Maraimalai Adigal, Dhirendranath Datta, P. A. S och in, P l Foighil, Abul Kashem, Steffan Cravos, Dessie Grew, John Laird, Baron Laird, Nollaig Gadhra, Abdul Malek Ukil, Plain English Campaign, D. P. Moran, Parithimar Kalaignar, Craig Weatherhill, Se n South, M ire Nic an Bhaird, Fergal O'Hanlon, Vojt?ch N prstek, Nepal Bhasa movement, Francis Brolly, Andrew Climo, mnium Cultural, Abdul Matin, Gwenno Teifi, Gaelic revival, Ivan Bogorov, Charles Jonas, Lucilita Bhreatnach, James Nowlan, Proinsias Mac Aonghusa, Car l N Chuil n, Endangered Language Fund, Roparz Hemon, Billy Kay, Voluntaris per la Llengua, P draig Fiannachta, Ken George, Helena Charles, P draig Snodaigh, Richard Gendall, Sophia Morrison, Sofiur Rahman, James Whetter, Brian Stowell, Tadhg Mac Dhonnag in, John Rangihau, Sotiris Bletsas, Ffred Ffransis, Coiste Cearta S bialta na Gaeilge, Se n Muireag in, Riffat Akbar Swati, M che l Breathnach, Michael O'Hickey, Phil Gawne, Valentin Avrorin, Nurul Huq Bhuiyan, Softcatal, Thomas Beirne. Excerpt: The Bengali Language Movement, also known as the Language Movement (Bengali: Bhasha Andolon), was a political effort in Bangladesh (then known as East Pakistan), advocating the recognition of the Bengali language as an official language of Pakistan. Such recognition would allow Bengali to be used in government affairs. When the state of Pakistan was formed in 1947, its two regions, East Pakistan (also called East Bengal) and West Pakistan, were split along cultural, geo...

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