Bihar (@6.5) vs West Bengal (@1.33)

Our Prediction:

West Bengal will win

Bihar – West Bengal Match Prediction | 25-09-2019 02:00

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The railway system is a nationalised service without any private investment.[159] Hired forms of transport include metered taxis and auto rickshaws, which often ply specific routes in cities. Several government-owned organisations operate bus services in the state, including: the Calcutta State Transport Corporation, the North Bengal State Transport Corporation, the South Bengal State Transport Corporation, the West Bengal Surface Transport Corporation and the Calcutta Tramways Company.[158] There are also private bus companies.

Also prominent are Dwijendralal, Atulprasad and Rajanikanta's songs, and adhunik or modern music from films and other composers.[201] From the early 1990s, new genres of music have emerged, including what has been called Bengali Jeebonmukhi Gaan (a modern genre based on realism). Shyama Sangeet is a genre of devotional songs, praising the Hindu goddess Kali;[199]kirtan is devotional group songs dedicated to the god Krishna.[200] Like other states in northern India, West Bengal also has a heritage in North Indian classical music. Rabindrasangeet, songs composed and set to words by Rabindranath Tagore, and Nazrul geeti (by Kazi Nazrul Islam) are popular. Bengali dance forms draw from folk traditions, especially those of the tribal groups, as well as the broader Indian dance traditions. Folk music in West Bengal is often accompanied by the ektara, a one-stringed instrument. A notable music tradition is the Baul music, practiced by the Bauls, a sect of mystic minstrels.[198] Other folk music forms include Gombhira and Bhawaiya.

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Doordarshan is the state-owned television broadcaster. Multi system operators provide a mix of Bengali, Nepali, Hindi, English, and international channels via cable. Bengali 24-hour television news channels include ABP Ananda, News18 Bangla, Tara Newz, Kolkata TV, News Time, Zee 24 Ghanta, Mahuaa Khobor, CTVN Plus, Channel 10, and R Plus.[247][248]All India Radio is a public radio station.[248] Private FM stations are available only in cities like Kolkata, Siliguri, and Asansol.[248]Vodafone, Airtel, BSNL, Jio, Reliance Communications, Uninor, Aircel, MTS India, Idea Cellular, and Tata DoCoMo are available cellular phone providers. Broadband Internet is available in select towns and cities and is provided by the state-run BSNL and by other private companies.

I will give an example. Upper middle class Bengalis and lower middle class Bengalis dont mix much. If a Bengali officer is fighting with a Bihari rickshawalla, the Bengali rickshawalla will support the Bihari rickshawalla. Class is over race and religion. The low income groups hate high income group. Hardly any Bengali in city , who has stayed for 2 generations, have any contact with their relatives in village. Class and current city. There is class hatred. Villages are a part of Bihari culture. Nearly every city Bihari has relatives in villages. Class is very important in Bengal.

The idols of the goddess are brought in from Kumortuli, where idol-makers work throughout the year fashioning clay-models of the goddess. Pandals are erected in various cities, towns, and villages throughout West Bengal. Durga Puja is the biggest, most popular and widely celebrated festival in West Bengal.[220] The five-day-long colourful Hindu festival includes intense celebration across the state. The city of Kolkata undergoes a transformation during Durga Puja. It is decked up in lighting decorations and thousands of colourful pandals are set up where effigies of the goddess Durga and her four children are displayed and worshipped. Since independence in 1947, Durga Puja has slowly changed into more of a glamorous carnival than a religious festival.

West Bengali films are shot mostly in studios in the Kolkata neighbourhood of Tollygunj; the name "Tollywood" (similar to Hollywood and Bollywood) is derived from that name. The Bengali film industry is well known for its art films, and has produced acclaimed directors like Satyajit Ray who is widely regarded as one of the greatest filmmakers of the 20th century,[203]Mrinal Sen whose films were known for their artistic depiction of social reality, Tapan Sinha who was one of the most prominent Indian film directors of his time,[204] and Ritwik Ghatak.

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Bengal has 1 language but society is divided. However, he will not marry a girl belonging to CPM family. People identify with a political party down the generations and support it irrespective of the partys performance. College students participate in political violence. The society is divided. A Brahman man belonging to TMC will not think twice before marrying a Schedule Caste girl. Is very normal for two families belonging to 2 different political parties to hate each other. This is generational. Biharis have 4 languages but the society is somewhat united. People who are supporters of different parties dont socialize, mix , talk or intermarry with each other. For a TMC supporter to vote for CPM is like an Indian soldier supporting Pakistan. Political violence is very common. In Bengals villages, politics is very important.

One theory suggests the word derives from "Bang", the name of a Dravidian tribe that settled the region around 1000BCE.[34] The Bengali word Bongo might have been derived from the ancient kingdom of Vanga (or Banga). The origin of the name Bengal (Bangla and Bongo in Bengali) is unknown.

The region was part of several ancient panIndian empires, including the Mauryans and Guptas. The Mughal Bengal was heralded by Aurangzeb as the "paradise of the nations",[12] since it was the empire's most economically developed province. Later, occasional Muslim raiders reinforced the process of conversion by building mosques, madrasas, and khanqahs. During the Islamic Bengal Sultanate, founded in 1352, Bengal was major trading nation in the world and was often referred by the Europeans as the richest country to trade with. Ancient Bengal was the site of several major Janapadas (kingdoms), while the earliest cities date back to the Vedic period. Islam was introduced through trade with the Abbasid Caliphate, but following the early conquest of Muhammad bin Bakhtiyar Khalji and the establishment of the Delhi Sultanate, it spread across the entire Bengal region. Simultaneously, some parts of the region were ruled by several Hindu states, and Baro-Bhuyan landlords, and part of it was briefly overrun by the Suri Empire. It was absorbed into the Mughal Empire in 1576. It was also a bastion of regional kingdoms. The area's early history featured a succession of Indian empires, internal squabbling, and a tussle between Hinduism and Buddhism for dominance. The citadel of Gauda served as the capital of the Gauda Kingdom, the Buddhist Pala Empire (8th11th century) and Hindu Sena Empire (11th12th century).