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This book is about the history of a Bengali family from Ulpur village in Faridpur in East Bengal, which is in present day Bangladesh. It is the history of our own family, also called the Basu Roy Chowdhury family, shortened to Bose.
Our Bose family came from East Bengal, which is now in Bangladesh. Our ancestors had gotten land deeds from the Mughal emperor and had a jagir in the area of Ulpur village in Faridpur district. This continued in the British rule of India as well, and we had a large Zamindari bari or house of the landlord. During partition, most of the family being Bengali Hindus, lost their lands and fled west to India, although some remained in Ulpur. There is also a big kali temple and smaller temples there.
In this book we discuss the history of the Bose family and the surviving buildings in Ulpur. We also go through the settling of a branch of the Bose family in New Delhi and the institutions for Bengalis available in New Delhi.
This book is a summary of our family and its history. We hope it will be useful to people interested in Indian family histories.
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