Urang Banggalo

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Urang Banggalo
Total populasi
lk. 228–243 juta[1]
Kawasan jo populasi nan signifikan
 Bangladesh 162.650.853[2]
 India 97.237.669[3]
 Arab Saudi1.309.004[5]
 Uni Emirat Arab1.089.917[6]
 Imperium Baritania Rayo451.000[7]
 Amerika Sarikat213.372[10]
 Korea Selatan13.600[18]
 Republik Irlandia8.000[21]
Islam – Bangladesh (90.40%), India (~30%)[22][23][24][25]

Hindu – India (~70%), Bangladesh (8.54%)[26][25]

Buddha, Jain, Baha'i, Kristen, Ateisme jo lainnyo – (1%)[25][27]

Urang Banggalo (bahaso Banggalo: বাঙালি, Bangali), acok disabuik pulo Urang Bangla,[28] adolah kalompok etnik Indo-Arya nan marupokan panduduak asali dari wilayah Banggalo di Asia Salatan. Pasiaan Urang Banggalo tapacah ka Bangladesh jo nagaro-nagaro bagian India, Banggalo Barat, Tripura, jo Assam. Bahaso nan acok dipakai jo Urang Banggalo adolah Bahaso Banggalo nan marupokan bahaso dari Rumpun bahaso Indo-Arya. Namo "Bangalee" acok dipakai juo untuak manyabuik Urang Bangladesh sabagai banso.[29]

Rujuakan[suntiang | suntiang sumber]

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  19. バングラデシュ人民共和国(People's Republic of Bangladesh). Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Japan) (dalam bahasa Jepang). Diakses tanggal 29 October 2017. 
  20. http://www.qatar-tribune.com/news.aspx?n=659B1F3A-7299-4D4A-B2DA-D3BAA8AE673D&d=20150625[pranala nonaktif permanen]
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  22. Comparing State Polities: A Framework for Analyzing 100 Governments By Michael J. III Sullivan, pg. 119
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  25. a b c Bangladesh Archived 2021-01-01 di Wayback Machine.- CIA World Factbook
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  29. "PART I ¶ THE REPUBLIC ¶ THE CONSTITUTION OF THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF BANGLADESH". Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs. 2010. Diakses tanggal 9 September 2017.