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Bengal as one of the world's richest areas[সম্পাদনা]

Assalamualikum Nahid Sultan. All these info, or at least some of them, as mentioned on the English one, should be mentioned in articles such as Bangladesh, Bengal, History of booth etc here on Bengali wikipedia.

During Emperor Aurangazeb's rule, the Bengal Subah, as the richest region of the Mughal Empire, was described as the Paradise of Nations[১], and its citizens, chiefly Muslims, had the highest standard of living and real wages in the world.[২][৩][৪]Bengal Subah generated 12% of the world's GDP,[৫][৩][৬] larger than the entirety of western Europe.[৭]The province of eastern Bengal alone accounted for 40% of Dutch imports from Asia.[৮][৩]

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