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එනා සහ එනා සහ has appeared in several Bengali films and a Malayalam film.
බංගලිදේශය බංගලිදේශය ( බංග්ලාදේශය ) , නාමිකව බංගලිදේශ ජන සමූහාණ්ඩුව ( Bengali: গণপ্রজাতন্ত্রী বাংলাদেশ "" ) දකුණු ආසියානු රටකි.
එනා සහ එනා සහ has appeared in a number of Bengali TV serials, including Raat Bhor Bristi, Bou Katha Kau and Bandhan.
සාරිය බංගලා දේශයේ ජාතික අැඳුම ලෙස සාරිය (in Bengali=শাড়ি, Śāṛi ) යොදාගනී.බංගලා දේශයේ විවාහක කාන්තාවන් සාරිය අඳින අතර අවිවාහක ස්ත්‍රීන්ද විශේෂ අවස්ථා වලදී සාරි අඳීති.සාරිය බංගලා දේශයේ ජනප්‍රිය කාන්තා අඳුමකි. බංගලා දේශය තුලද ප්‍රාදේශීය වශයෙන් විවිධ විලාසිතා පවතී. කපු හා සේද රෙදි වලින් නිමවාගත් සාරි බංගලාදේශය තුල පවතී.
ඉන්දු-ආර්ය භාෂා කාණ්ඩය The contemporary Indo-Iranian languages form the largest sub-branch of Indo-European, with more than one billion speakers in total, stretching from යුරෝපය (Romani) and the Caucasus (Ossetian) to Xinjiang (Sariqoli) and East India or Bangladesh. SIL in a 2005 estimate counts a total of 308 varieties, the largest in terms of native speakers being Hindustani (Hindi and Urdu, ca. 540 million), Bengali (ca. 200 million), Punjabi (ca. 80 million),
නස්රදින් Today, Nasreddin stories are told in a wide variety of regions, and have been translated into many languages. Some regions independently developed a character similar to Nasreddin, and the stories have become part of a larger whole. In many regions, Nasreddin is a major part of the culture, and is quoted or alluded to frequently in daily life. Since there are thousands of different Nasreddin stories, one can be found to fit almost any occasion. Nasreddin often appears as a whimsical character of a large Albanian, Arab, Azeri, Bengali, Bosnian, Hindi, Pashto, Persian, Serbian, Turkish and Urdu folk tradition of vignettes, not entirely different from zen koans. He is also very popular in Greece for his wisdom and his judgment; he is also known in Bulgaria, although in a different role, see below.
සුරේන්‍ද්‍රනාත් බැනර්ජි Surendranath Banerjee was born in Calcutta, in the province of Bengal to a bengali family. He was deeply influenced in liberal, progressive thinking by his father Durga Charan Banerjee, a doctor. Banerjee was educated at the Parental Academic Institution and at the Hindu College. After graduating from the University of Calcutta, he traveled to England in 1868, along with Romesh Chunder Dutt and Behari Lal Gupta to compete in the Indian Civil Service examinations. He cleared the competitive examination in 1869, but was barred owing to a dispute over his exact age. After clearing the matter in the courts, Banerjee cleared the exam again in 1871 and was posted as assistant magistrate in Sylhet. However, Banerjee was dismissed soon from his job owing to racial discrimination. Banerjee went to England to protest this decision, but was unsuccessful. During his stay in England (1874–1875) he studied the works of Edmund Burke and other liberal philosophers.
ඉන්දියානු ප්‍රීමියර් ලීග් තරගාවලිය The IPL's broadcast rights were originally held by a partnership between Sony Pictures Networks and World Sport Group, under a ten-year contract valued at US$1.026 billion. Sony would be responsible for domestic television, while WSG would handle international distribution. The initial plan was for 20% of these proceeds to go to the IPL, 8% as prize money and 72% would be distributed to the franchisees from 2008 until 2012, after which the IPL would go public and list its shares. However, in March 2010, IPL decided not to go public and list its shares. As of the 2016 season, Sony MAX, Sony SIX, and Sony ESPN served as the domestic broadcasters of the IPL; MAX and SIX aired broadcasts in Hindi, while SIX also aired broadcasts in the Bengali, Tamil, and Telugu languages. Sony ESPN broadcast English-language feeds.
හර්බට් ස්පෙන්සර් Spencer influenced literature inasmuch as many novelists and short story authors came to address his ideas in their work. George Eliot, Leo Tolstoy, Thomas Hardy, George Bernard Shaw, Bolesław Prus, Abraham Cahan, D. H. Lawrence, Machado de Assis, Richard Austin Freeman, and Jorge Luis Borges all referenced Spencer. Arnold Bennett greatly praised "First Principles", and the influence it had on Bennett may be seen in his many novels. Jack London went so far as to create a character, "Martin Eden", a staunch Spencerian. It has also been suggested that the character of Vershinin in Anton Chekhov's play "The Three Sisters" is a dedicated Spencerian. H.G. Wells used Spencer's ideas as a theme in his novella, "The Time Machine", employing them to explain the evolution of man into two species. It is perhaps the best testimony to the influence of Spencer's beliefs and writings that his reach was so diverse. He influenced not only the administrators who shaped their societies' inner workings, but also the artists who helped shape those societies' ideals and beliefs. In Rudyard Kipling's novel "Kim", the Anglophile Bengali spy Hurree Babu admires of Herbert Spencer and quotes him to comic effect: "They are, of course, dematerialised phenomena. Spencer says." "I am good enough Herbert Spencerian, I trust, to meet little thing like death, which is all in my fate, you know." "He thanked all the Gods of Hindustan, and Herbert Spencer, that there remained some valuables to steal."