Influence of Religiopoliticology and Duressed Womankind: Perspective Bangladesh

  • Md. Kohinoor Hossain PhD Fellow ,Dept. of Islamic History & Culture ,Islamic University, Kushtia, Bangladesh
Keywords: Allah, Theology, Politicology

Abstract

The world is continuing at its own orbiting and fugitive for the adamboma or bomb of Adam in the womankind and mankind, who are classified into the four generations, and they are religious world, nonreligious world, scientist world and humanitarian world but the people of Bangladesh are in the same kind like the world people to find out God and how they use religions, which is that have discussed by this paper. Bangladesh is a land of ice-aged. It has ancient beliefs, fear, and faiths, which are convinced on the inter-ward eyes, concise and understanding. The original people of her are Non-Aryan. Aryans come to here from the Persian and Middle East countries in the caravan of the rules of the chronology, many foreigners who come to Bengal, they are Greeks, Europeans, and Africans, all of them capture Bengali and they rule Bengal. They snatch away their own land, language, culture, economics, politics, beliefs, and love-nets. Here makes up all official religions, someone is downtrodden by them who remake apartheid in the society of Bengal, this is why they are de-throne from their own land, and they try to live as a freedom where they make up folk-religions. Bengalees learn the foreigners’ religions and they convert into these official religions. The rulers of Bengal rule them as following the religious doctrines only for getting votes when they need to play political power playing and that is why they use them. They use many styles of God theory. The Bengalees, they can how to use the orders of God that will be sought out in this paper. This paper seeks that how the cultic dynamics radicalization runs in Bangladesh and what is the best concept of God in Bangladesh. All people live in equal in the land of God in Bangladesh that empirically applies, for the globe.

References

[1] Rahman, Mahbubur, “Bangler Itihas”, (Bangladesh, Dhaka: Book Fairs, January, 2014) P.28
[2] Chowdhury, Dr. Momin, “Prachin Banglar Itihas”, (Bangladesh, Dhaka: Mowla Brothers, March, 2012), P.14
[3] Sen, Sukumar, “Bangladesher Namer Puratatty”, Itihas Rakkha, No-9, India, Kolkata, 1365, BY, PP.34-35
[4] Islam, Sabiha, Khalil, Dr. Md. Ebrahim, “Sawdhin Bangladesher Avbudoyer Itihas”, (Bangladesh, Dhaka: Merit Fair Publication, May, 2014), P.1
[5] Islam, Seyed Amirul, “Vangla Anchaler Itihas”, (Bangladesh, Dhaka: Papyrus, January, 1996), PP. 10-13
[6] Islam, Dr. Md. Nurul, “Bangladesh: History, Culture and Heritage”, (Bangladesh, Dhaka: Tasmia Publications, Reprint, June, 2012), P. 23
[7] Rahim, Dr. Abdur, et al., “Bangladesher Itihas, New Edition”, (Bangladesh, Dhaka: Nowroze Kitabistan, 2003), P.17
[8] Rahman, Dr. Atiar, “Dokkin Banglar Avijat Sreni”, (Bangladesh, Dhaka: Katha Prakashani , February, 2010) , PP.23-24
[9] Salim, Gholam Hussain (Trans.) Akbaruddin, “Banglar Itihas”, (Bangladesh, Dhaka: Abosor Publication, February, 2008), PP.23-24
[10] Fadal, Abul, (Trans.) Bandapadhya, Pachkari, “ Ain-i-Akabary O Akbarer Jivanee”, (Bangladesh, Dhaka: Dibbyo Praksh, February, 2008), P. Amarkatha
[11] Rahman, Sheikh Mujibur, “The Unfinished Memoirs”, (Bangladesh, Dhaka: The University Press Ltd., First Published, 2012), PP. XIX-XXII
[12] Islam, Seyed Amirul. “Op.Cit”, Pp.14-17
[13] Rahim, Dr. Muhammad Abdur and Others, “Bangladesher Itihas”, (Bangladesh, Dhaka: 2002), P.28
[14] Bhogel, J.P.H., “Prakrita Inscription from a Buddhist Site at Nagarajunakunda”, Epigraphia Indica, Volume-20, India, Calcutta, 1929, PP.22-37
[15] Roy, Niharranjan, “Bangalir Itihas-Aadi Parba”, (India, Kolkata: Dey’s Publication, 6 edition, Maagh, 1414, BY), PP. 30-35
[16] Ali, Muhammad Mohar, “A History of the Muslims of Bengal, Volume-1/A”,(Bangladesh, Dhaka: Islamic Foundation Bangladesh, Second edition,
August 2003,AD), P.5
[17] Rahman, Md. Shahidur, “Aadi Banglar Itihas, Volume-1”, (Bangladesh, Dhaka IHN, June, 2012), P.60
[18] Ali, Muhammad Mohar, “Op.Cit.”, p.5
[19] Bandapadhya, Rakhaldas, “Banglar Itihas-Protham Bhag”, (Dhaka: Boipatra, February, 2013), p.11
[20] Peterson, Daniel C., “Allah, “, Encyclopedia of Islam and the Muslims World, Vol- 1, A-L, Vol-2, M-Z, Index, Macmillan Reference in USA, 2004, P.40
[21] Ibid. P.39
[22] Ibid.
[23] Hitti, Philip Khuri, “History of the Arabs: From the Earliest to the Present”, (London:Macmillan Education Ltd. Tenth Edition, Twelfth Reprint 1989),
pp. 100-1001
[24] Ibid.
[25] Farid, Malik Ghulam, “Dictionary of the Holy Qur’an: With References and Explanation of the Text”, (Islamabad: Islam International Publications Limited,
First Published in UK in 2006), p.28
[26] Ibid.
[27] ‘Omar, Abdul Mannan, “Dictionary of the Holy Qur’an: Arabic Words-English Meanings”, (Hockessin: Noor Foundation International Inc. Reprint,
February, 26,2010), p.28
[28] The Holy and the Glorious Qur’an, the Surah Name: Al-Ikhlas, The Sura No: 112,The Verse No.1-4
[29] Hossain, Md. Kohinoor, “Sense & Sensibility on the Designated Muslim Made Theory of Religion”, International Journal of Innovative
Research & Volume-2, Issue-1, January, 2013, India, Kolkata, ISSN: 2278-0211, PP.692-693
[30] The Holy and the Glorious Qur’an, the Surah Name: Al-Bakarah, The Sura No: 2, The Verse No.256
[31] The Holy and the Glorious Qur’an, the Surah Name: Ar-Rum, The Sura No: 30, The Verse No.22
[32] Mussolini, “Muslims Killed 600 Millions Hindus! ”, http//www.danielpipe.org /mment-172982, that is submitted by him: India, May 18, 2010
[33] Ahmed, Anis, “Bangladesh 1971: War Crimes, Genocide and Crimes against Humanity Operation Search Light: The Targets”, www.google.com
[34] Anisuzzaman, “Creativity, Reality and Identity”, (Bangladesh, Dhaka: I.C.B.S.,1993), P.107
[35] The Daily Dawn, February 19, 1949, and March 21, 1951
[36] Government of Bangladesh, “Parliamentary Debates, October, 12, 1972”, (Bangladesh, Dacca: Government of Bangladesh, 1972), P.20
[37] “The Constitution of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh”, Ministry of Law,(Bangladesh, Dacca: Government of Bangladesh, 1972), P.5
[38] Maniruzzaman, Talukdar, “Bangladesh Politics: Secular and Islamic Trends,Religion, Nationalism and Politics in Bangladesh”, (India, New Delhi: SAB, 1990),
P.69
[39] “Ghoshonapatra”, Bangladesh, Dacca: BNP, 1978
[40] “The Constitution of Bangladesh”, (Bangladesh, Dhaka: The Government of Bangladesh, 1991), P.9
[41] Ghosh, Partho, “Cooperation and Conflict in South Asia”, (Bangladesh, Dhaka: The University Press Ltd., 1989), P.71
[42] The Daily Star, Bangladesh, Dhaka, February 4th, 2008
[43] Bhardwaj, Dr. Sanjoy Kumar, “Contesting Identities in Bangladesh: A Study of Secular and Religious Frontiers”, Asia Research Centre, LSE,Ratan Tata
Fellow 2009-2010, India, Working Paper-36
[44] United Nations: General Assembly, A/HRC/31/18/Add.2, Distr.: General, 22 January, 2016, P.6
[45] Ibid. P.5
[46] Ibid. P.10
[47] Ibid. P.12
[48] Rahman, Mahbubur, “Op.Cit.”, Pp. 11-112
[49] Wise, James M.D. (Trans.) Karim Faujul, “Purbabanger Bibhinno Jati, Barno, O Pesher Bibaran”, (Bangladesh, Dhaka: ICBS, University of Dhaka, 3rd Printing,
April, 2000), P.24
[50] Jabbar, Md. Abdul, “Bangladesher Itihas-(Prachin Jug)”, (Bangladesh, Dhaka: Sikder Prokashoni, 1st Edition, September, 2007)
[51] The Holy and the Glorious Qur’an, the Sura Name: Al-Araf, The Sura No: 7, The Verses No: 19-27
[52] The Holy and the Glorious Qur’an, the Sura Name: Luqman, The Sura No: 31, The Verse No: 14
[53] The Holy and the Glorious Qur’an, the Sura Name: Al-Ahqaf, The Sura No: 46, The Verse No: 15
[54] The Holy and the Glorious Qur’an, the Name: Al-Nahl, The Sura No: 16, The Verses No: 58-59
[55] The Holy and the Glorious Qur’an, the Sura Name: Al-Hujrat, The Sura No: 49, The Verse No: 13
Published
2018-12-17
How to Cite
Hossain, M. K. (2018). Influence of Religiopoliticology and Duressed Womankind: Perspective Bangladesh. International Journal of Islamic Business & Management, 2(2), 19-31. https://doi.org/10.46281/ijibm.v2i2.217