Ancient

Indus Valley Civilization
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Pre-Mauryan Age
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Chola Empire
Kadambas
Sangam Age
Satavahanas
Vakatakas
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Sher Shah-Bengal

The ruler of Bengal created many troubles to Sher Khan when he had his difficulties with Humayun. After making peace with Humayun, Sher Khan proceeded against the ruler of Bengal. Sher Khan defeated the ruler of Bengal in the Battle of Surajgarh that took place in 1534. The victory was turning point for Sher Khan. The ruler of Bengal failed to crush Sher Khan even with the help of Portuguese. Sher Khan aimed to capture the whole of Bengal. Hence he attacked Bengal once again in 1537 and conquered the Bengal territory between Monghyr and Gaur and besieged Gaur itself and occupied it.

Medieval

Muslim Invasions
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Sur Dynasty
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Modern

Advent of Europeans
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British Rule in India
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