Bangal is a term used to refer to the people of East Bengal
Bengal (usually from regions around Dhaka
Dhaka and Barisal), now in Bangladesh
Bangladesh (as opposed to the Ghotis
Ghotis of West Bengal). The term is used to describe Bengalis from the east, who are marked by a distinct accent.
Some of the people from East Bengal, mainly Hindus, migrated to West
The terms Ghoti and
Amongst the high-caste Bengali Hindus, "Bangal" and "Ghoti" are used
as social sub-groups. Those whose families came from East
Partition of India
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Boria Majumdar; Kausik Bandyopadhyay (2006). A social history of Indian football: striving to score. Routledge. pp. 92–95. ISBN 0-415-34835-8.
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