- n. Plural form of Bengali.
“I suppose they and the Bengalis are the backbone of Indian mercantile business.”
“Konkanis are the most multilingual of all Indian ethnic groups, while Hindi-speakers, Tamils and the Bengalis are the most linguistically constrained.”
“By calling Bengalis traitors because they demanded their rights they were converted into traitors.”
“The Bengalis were numerous enough to take on the Punjabis, but they seceded.”
“I think the Bengalis will find the taste like home as they too use mustard as a dominating ingredient in their food.”
“However, we are beginning to see that western materials, techniques, and styles of representation stimulated widespread imitation among Bengalis, with rather mixed results.”
“Many Bengalis remained loyal to the old regime and went unharmed.”
“According to Evans's autobiography, Mascarenhas told him that the army's outrages against Bengalis far outweighed those of Bengalis against non-Bengalis.”
“At Khulna, for example, there was a kind of genocide, but it was perpetrated by Bengalis against the non-Bengalis they worked beside in the town's jute mills.”
“The most recent was the Bengal famine during WWII where the British used rice production for the war effort rather than feed the Bengalis.”
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