Freedom from language is thought, thinking and reality

Achieve Bengali language but no less. We are rapidly approaching globalization. But in practical terms I do not go this way. According to the “Summer Linguistics Institute” published in 3, the number of Bengali language users is fourth. In addition to Bangladesh and West Bengal, parts of the Rohingya are spoken in the Arakana region of Assam, Bihar, Orissa and Jharkhand Jharkhand in Myanmar, Bengali (although part of the Rohingya is in Bangladesh). There are great achievements in the Bengali language. On February 26, the International Mother Language Day is celebrated to commemorate the linguistic martyrs and prevent the extinction of all mother languages.

The Bengali language is the second official language of Sierra Leone. After the Japanese, the poet Rabindranath Tagore won the Nobel Prize for Bengali literature. Today, Bangla has international status. It is a matter of great pride. But how much can we preserve the dignity of Bengali, that is the question! It is necessary to interfere in the circulation of the Bengali language everywhere. It is a shame to us.

This was discussed in February. The other months are almost relaxing. What have we Bengalians been able to do or what have we done to contribute to the acquisition of the international mother tongue from the beginning to the present? Or how to support those who care about it! It seems that a positive response rarely comes. This means that we want a better situation! Seems no coincidence or coordination between hearts, location and execution! We have moved out of consciousness of Ekoshi. Today, as far as I am in Bengal and Ekateri, nearly half of his consciousness is no longer present.

But our language is Bengali. The linguistic movement was the first step of the Bengal independence movement. The linguistic movement is the name of the struggle for freedom to speak, write and sing in their own language. Then it is said, twenty one means not to lean against evil. Twenty one means sacrifice for victory. Twenty-one means an unprecedented struggle, strength and courage to resist hurting the ruler. Today it is the only independent Bangladesh on the path to glory on February 21. Bengal is practiced between Bengal all over the world. Where exactly is our language crisis? The crisis is that Bengali cannot become a “working language” until today. We have not yet been able to prepare a suitable Bengali dictionary. Changes must be made frequently.

Office could not bring the Bengali language to court. The court must pay the price for this! Bangla could not define terms for different terms of science or medicine. The use of English or terminology gives priority to Bengal in terms of getting a job. Literature continues to flourish in Bangla today, every day, every day, and the dictionary being perfected every day. We cannot use the Bengali language too much in the world of the profession beyond literature, culture or artistic practice. We can see in the case of other countries. In China, Japan, Russia, France and Germany, there is no such language crisis. Because they have made their mother tongue a language in all areas of life.

After partitioning, in East Bengal, about 10 million people in East Bengal used to speak Bengali and most people in Pakistan speak Bengali as a language. But at the National Education Conference in Karachi, Pakistan, on the fifth day, it was proposed to use the language of the country, schools and media in Urdu. From that moment on, all postage stamps, postcards and train tickets were written in Urdu, except for the activities of the sesame government. West Pakistanis have tried to personalize the issue by describing the Bengali culture and Hindu language. That year, a meeting was held in Fadl-ul-Haq from the University of Dhaka on the official language of Pakistan. At the meeting, it was decided to take a systematic movement to make Bengali a state language.

Bengali is still the main language of Bengali in the study of literature, art and culture.

In the same year, a meeting of the Parliament of Eastern Pakistan Literature also demanded that Bengali be the state language. Hundreds of citizens signed a memorial to announce that Bengali is the state language, and then to Prime Minister Khawaja Nazimuddin. Born 5, East Pakistan Student Association. Mujibur Rahman, Secretary-General of the Student Parliament at the Islamic College of Calcutta, took the chair. On a private initiative, a maximum number of employees was set for seven days in Dhaka. There, the Muslim League discussed the strategy of resistance against modest propaganda and the excuse that religion was making against Bengali culture and language. Dhirendranath Dutt raised the bill in Parliament with amendments to Tirbir at various times. Gradually, the situation got worse.

The Student Department Committee was established at the University of Dhaka. On March 7, a strike was called to demand the Bengali language. After the demonstration that day, Muslim gangs and gangs launched a joint attack. The detainees were Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, Shamsul Haqq, Kazi Gulam Mahboub, Shawkat Ali, Ali Uhud and others. There are six different international language days for six languages ​​in the world: (1) March 27, International Day of French Language (2) On April 23, International Day of Chinese Language is celebrated by the founder of the Chinese alphabet, San Ji Hai (3). On April 23 to celebrate the anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. (3) “International Day of the Russian Language” on June 7 to celebrate Alexander Pushkin’s birthday. (3) “International Spanish Language Day” on October 26 (1) on December 9 is “International Arabic Language Day”. February 26 is “International Mother Language Day” which focuses on the Bengali language, but Bengal honors all the mother languages ​​in the world. On May 8, 3 linguists were killed in Assam rifles shooting Shilchar in Assam. As a result, Bengali is now the second language of the state in that state.

A railway station in Silchar from Assam is called Linga Martyr. Currently, the language of nearly 100 million people is Bengali. The globalization of the Bengali language has occurred. The Bengali language has also evolved from many languages ​​of the world. It has gained international standing. On February 21, he obtained the status of the International Mother Language. Our first achievement in the language field is 1. On March 28, the day in which the Bengali language was recognized as one of the country’s languages ​​in the Constitution of Pakistan. This is the second time after gaining international position on fifth. The Bengali language gets real recognition of globalization. Poet Rabindranath Tagore won the most valuable Nobel Prize in the world by writing the timeless poem “Jitanjali”.

Punjabandu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman moved Bengali to the world in a speech at the United Nations General Assembly in Bengali on 9. Rafiq al-Islam and Abdul Salam Salaman asked a Bangladeshi citizen living in Canada to declare February 21 International Day the mother tongue of the United Nations Secretary-General, Kofi Annan . Ekushey February was declared International Mother Language Day on November 6 at the UNESCO session in Paris starting February 27, the day has also begun to be celebrated in member countries. The proposal was adopted unanimously at the United Nations General Assembly on February 28, “every year from now until February 21, International Martyrs’ Day.” This is how the process of globalization of the Bengali language progresses. Amar Akushi today celebrates a day in all countries of the world, not only in Bangladesh or Bangla. This is the pride of Bengal. This pride will be a thousand years. Today it is not only for Bangladesh. Bengali Language February 21 is the day of pride for all Bengal in this part of the world.

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