Top 4 Best Jiban Mukhopadhyay Alternative History Books In Bengali
Jiban Mukhopadhyay Alternative History Books (Bengali)
Dear students? How are you all?
As we all know that, an Indian history by Jiban Mukhopadhyay is no doubt one of the best book in bengali (bangla) version. We did not find it on Google in a free PDF version. So that if we search on Amazon by typing “Swadesh Sabhyata and Biswa by Jiban Mukherjee“, after that we will find that result on amazon click here.
So what is the solution?
In this article, we will find which is the top 4 Best Jiban Mukhopadhyay Alternative History Books In Bengali which you can easily read and can fillup your demand. Apart from that, you can start your preparation in Bengali by using these 4 alternative books.
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What is my suggestion for Jiban Mukhopadhaya’s alternative?
If you take my suggestion I will suggest, you should take 1 book as your main book and 1 book as a reference purpose. so that if you miss something from your main book, your reference book will help you.
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Ok, now let me discuss about 4 best Jiban Mukhopadhyay alternative books.
1. Adhunik Bharater Itihash (Bengali) | History of Modern India (by Bipan Chandra)
If you find the best alternative books of Jiban Mukhopadhyay, then I will suggest you think about this book named Adhunik Bharater Itihash Bengali (History of Modern India). This book was written by Bipan Chandra and it was published by Orient BlackSwan publisher.
This book will give you a specific discussion from the 18th century to 1947. So that it will help you a lot to prepare for your examinations. This book also gives you detailed information on British imperialism, British policies, British impact in our Indian economy and society from the 18th century to 1947. Apart from this, it also has about Indian Nationalism, Socio-religious reform movement in India.
So that you can select this book because this book gives you a comprehensive knowledge about our Modern Indian History.
2. Bharatiya Itihas O Jatiya Mukti Sangram (3rd Edition)- Bengali
After the Adhunik Bharater Itihash Bengali (History of Modern India) book, my second choice is Bharatiya Itihas O Jatiya Mukti Sangram (3rd Edition) which is completely bengali version. This book was written by Kartik Chandra Mandal and it was published by Mondal Sure Success Series publisher. You can check or buy this book and prepare yourself for your upcoming competitive exams.
3. Chhaya Bharater Itihas O Swadhinta Sangram in Bengali
If you need something extra knowledge and something different types of notes in Indian history, then this book is a good suite for you. This book was written by both Jiban Mukhopadhyay and Bibhas Ghoshal. Chhaya Bharater Itihas O Swadhinta Sangram is a Bengali book that was published by Chhaya Prakashani.
We all know that Chhaya Prakashani already published many good books for competitive examination. If you find other books of Chhaya Prakashani, then you can check this link for more information. But in my recommendation, this book can help you a lot.
4. Tulshir Bharater Itihas (History) O Swadhinta Sangram in Bengali
Tulshir Bharater Itihas (History) O Swadhinta Sangram in the Bengali version book was my fourth recommendation based on many student’s reviews. Although I did not use this book, but many candidates told me that Tulshir Bharater Itihas (History) O Swadhinta Sangram is good choice for those students, who are new in the competitive examination’s field.
So I suggest you, if you read this book, please let me know about this book’s quality. So that I can suggest many students.
Conclusion: These 4 best Jiban Mukhopadhyay alternative history books In Bengali are my recommendation for your latest and upcoming competitive examination, you can purchase my recommended books. Apart from this, if you follow other Indian history books, then comment on your book’s name.
If you have any questions, please feel free to comment in the comment box.