King Shashanka ruled from 590 C.E - 625 C.E created the first separate political entity in Bengal called the Guada Kingdom. His capital was Karnasubarna in present day West Bengal. He is credited with the creation of the Bengali calendar because it was created during the beginning of his reign.
625 C.E - ~705 C.E
The Khadga dynasty was a Buddhist power during the Late Vedic which originated in the region of Bengal. The dynasty ruled the areas of Vanga and Samatata from the 7th to 8th Century.
Urban civilization emerges in Mahasthangarh
~750 C.E - ~783 C.E
Ruler of Pala Empire
Encouraged Buddhism among his people
Many historians are not sure on an exact time he finished ruling
His kingdom included most of the Bengal region
750 C.E - 1174 C.E
The Pala Empire emerged in 750 C.E
Common language was Sanskrit
People practiced Buddhism
Government followed that of a Monarchy
Gopala was elected ruler of the empire
Had a popularly known military that included cavalry elephants
Buddhist Monastic Complex
800 C.E - 900 C.E
The Buddhist mosastic complex is built by the people of the Pala Dynasty.
Bengal's independence from Delhite
1338 C.E - ~1576 C.E
Bengal gained their independence form Delhite and repelles two attempts at then trying to regain Bengal, but failed both times. In 1572 began their last years of freedom because the Mughal Empire inaded and gained control of the Bengal Empire
Bengali expedition in Nepal
1349 C.E - 1350 C.E
Was considered a victory for Bangladesh because the left Nepal with a lot of stolen treasure and goods
First Delhite inavsion of Bengal
1353 C.E - 1354 C.E
Delhite's failed attempted to invade and regain Bangladesh.
Second Delhite invasion of Bengal
1358 C.E - 1360 C.E
Delhite's second attempt to regain control if Bengal fails.