Bihar (@6.5) vs West Bengal (@1.33)
25-09-2019

Our Prediction:

West Bengal will win

Bihar – West Bengal Match Prediction | 25-09-2019 02:00

The coastal region of Purba Medinipur exhibits coastal vegetation; the predominant tree is the Casuarina. From a phytogeographic viewpoint, the southern part of West Bengal can be divided into two regions: the Gangetic plain and the littoral mangrove forests of the Sundarbans.[111] The alluvial soil of the Gangetic plain, combined with favourable rainfall, makes this region especially fertile.[111] Much of the vegetation of the western part of the state has similar species composition with the plants of the Chota Nagpur plateau in the adjoining state of Jharkhand.[111] The predominant commercial tree species is Shorea robusta, commonly known as the sal tree.

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The leader of the party or coalition with a majority in the Legislative Assembly is appointed as the Chief Minister by the Governor. There are two branches of government. Assembly meetings are presided over by the Speaker or the Deputy Speaker in the Speaker's absence. Auxiliary authorities known as panchayats, for which local body elections are regularly held, govern local affairs. The Council of Ministers are appointed by the Governor on the advice of the Chief Minister. Universal suffrage is granted to residents. The judiciary is composed of the Calcutta High Court and a system of lower courts. The Governor is the Head of State appointed by the President of India. The Council of Ministers reports to the Legislative Assembly. Terms of office run for five years, unless the Assembly is dissolved prior to the completion of the term. The legislature, the West Bengal Legislative Assembly, consists of elected members and special office bearers such as the Speaker and Deputy Speaker, who are elected by the members. Executive authority is vested in the Council of Ministers headed by the Chief Minister although the titular head of government is the Governor. The Assembly is unicameral with 295 members, or MLAs,[116] including one nominated from the Anglo-Indian community. West Bengal is governed through a parliamentary system of representative democracy, a feature the state shares with other Indian states.

In early summer, brief squalls and thunderstorms known as Kalbaisakhi, or Nor'westers, often occur.[103] West Bengal receives the Bay of Bengal branch of the Indian Ocean monsoon that moves in a southeast to northwest direction. Heavy rainfall of above 250 centimetres (98in) is observed in the Darjeeling, Jalpaiguri, and Cooch Behar district. During the arrival of the monsoons, low pressure in the Bay of Bengal region often leads to the formation of storms in the coastal areas. Monsoons bring rain to the whole state from June to September. While the summer in the delta region is noted for excessive humidity, the western highlands experience a dry summer like northern India. The main seasons are summer, the rainy season, a short autumn, and winter. West Bengal's climate varies from tropical savanna in the southern portions to humid subtropical in the north. The highest daytime temperatures range from 38C (100F) to 45C (113F).[102] At night, a cool southerly breeze carries moisture from the Bay of Bengal. Winter (DecemberJanuary) is mild over the plains with average minimum temperatures of 15C (59F).[102] A cold and dry northern wind blows in the winter, substantially lowering the humidity level.

Cargo ship service operates to ports in India and abroad, operated by the Shipping Corporation of India. Kolkata is a major river port in eastern India. Ferries are a principal mode of transport in the southern part of the state, especially in the Sundarbans area. The Kolkata Port Trust manages the Kolkata and the Haldia docks.[156] There is passenger service to Port Blair on the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

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Native Magahi speakers are found in Malda district.[164]Surjapuri, a language considered to be a mix of Maithili and Bengali, is spoken across northern parts of the state.[165] The Darjeeling district also has a large Nepali immigrant population, making Nepali a widely spoken language there. According to the provisional results of the 2011 national census, West Bengal is the fourth-most-populous state in India with a population of 91,347,736 (7.55% of India's population).[2]Bengalis, consisting of Bengali Hindus, Bengali Muslims, Bengali Christians and a few Bengali Buddhists, comprise the majority of the population.[163]Marwari, Maithil and Bhojpuri speakers are scattered throughout the state; various indigenous ethnic Buddhist communities such as the Sherpas, Bhutias, Lepchas, Tamangs, Yolmos, and ethnic Tibetans can be found in the Darjeeling Himalayan hill region. West Bengal is also home to indigenous tribal Adivasis such as: Santhal, Munda, Oraon, Bhumij, Lodha, Kol, and Toto tribe.

Major English language newspapers include The Telegraph, The Times of India, Hindustan Times, The Hindu, The Statesman, The Indian Express, and Asian Age. In 2005 West Bengal had 505 published newspapers,[245] of which 389 were in Bengali.[245]Ananda Bazar Patrika, published in Kolkata with 1,277,801 daily copies, has the largest circulation for a single-edition, regional language newspaper in India.[245] Other major Bengali newspapers are: Bartaman, Sangbad Pratidin, Aajkaal, Jago Bangla, Uttarbanga Sambad, and Ganashakti. Some prominent financial dailies such as: The Economic Times, Financial Express, Business Line, and Business Standard are widely circulated.

Bengalis had colonies in East asia and sea travel was undertaken by many Bengalis during pre medieval times. Colony means some people of a particular area staying in a different area, which is far away from their original area. Biharis are a inland race while Bengalis have been sea farers. Since Bihar does not have sea coast, there were no Bihari colonies in South East Asia.

History

Other major festivals of West Bengal include: Poila Baishakh the Bengali new year, Dolyatra or Holi the festival of lights, Poush Parbon, Kali Puja, Nabadwip Shakta Rash, Saraswati Puja, Deepaboli, Lakshmi Puja, Janmashtami, Jagaddhatri Puja, Vishwakarma Puja, Bhai Phonta, Rakhi Bandhan, Kalpataru Day, Shivratri, Ganesh Chathurthi, Maghotsav, Kartik Puja, Akshay Tritiya, Raas Yatra, Guru Purnima, Annapurna Puja, Charak Puja, Gajan, Buddha Purnima, Christmas, Eid ul-Fitr, Eid ul-Adha, and Muharram. Rabindra Jayanti, Kolkata Book Fair, Kolkata Film Festival, and Nazrul Jayanti.

In the 19th and 20thcenturies, Bengali literature was modernised in the works of authors such as Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay, whose works marked a departure from the traditional verse-oriented writings prevalent in that period;[187]Michael Madhusudan Dutt, a pioneer in Bengali drama who introduced the use of blank verse;[188] and Rabindranath Tagore, who reshaped Bengali literature and music. West Bengal has a long tradition of folk literature, evidenced by the Charyapada, a collection of Buddhist mystic songs dating back to the 10th and 11thcenturies; Mangalkavya, a collection of Hindu narrative poetry composed around the 13thcentury; Shreekrishna Kirtana, a pastoral Vaishnava drama in verse composed by Boru Chandidas; Thakurmar Jhuli, a collection of Bengali folk and fairy tales compiled by Dakshinaranjan Mitra Majumder; and stories of Gopal Bhar, a court jester in medieval Bengal. The Bengali language boasts a rich literary heritage it shares with neighbouring Bangladesh.