Bihar (@6.5) vs West Bengal (@1.33)

Our Prediction:

West Bengal will win

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

There is a gender disparity in school attendance in the 6 to 14-year age group, more girls than boys are attending school. School attendance is almostuniversal among the 6 to 14-year age group then drops to 70% with the 15 to 17-year age group. In Bengal, 71% of women aged 1549 years and 81% of men aged 1549 years are literate. Only 14% of women aged 1549 years in West Bengal have completed 12 or more years of schooling, compared with 22% of men. As of 2016 85% of children within the 6 to 17-year age group attend school (86% do so in urban areas and 84% in rural areas).

West Bengali films are shot mostly in studios in the Kolkata neighbourhood of Tollygunj; the name "Tollywood" (similar to Hollywood and Bollywood) is derived from that name. The Bengali film industry is well known for its art films, and has produced acclaimed directors like Satyajit Ray who is widely regarded as one of the greatest filmmakers of the 20th century,[203]Mrinal Sen whose films were known for their artistic depiction of social reality, Tapan Sinha who was one of the most prominent Indian film directors of his time,[204] and Ritwik Ghatak.

Other higher education institutes of importance in West Bengal include: St. Xavier's College, Kolkata, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta (the first IIM), Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Kolkata, Indian Statistical Institute, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (the first IIT), Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur (the first IIEST), Indian Institute of Information Technology, Kalyani, National Institute of Technology, Durgapur, National Institute of Technical Teachers' Training and Research, Kolkata, National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Kolkata, and West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences.

Eden Gardens was one of only two 100,000-seat cricket stadiums in the world;[255] renovations before the 2011 Cricket World Cup reduced the capacity to 66,000.[256] The stadium is the home to various cricket teams such as the Kolkata Knight Riders, the Bengal cricket team, and the East Zone. The 1987 Cricket World Cup final was hosted in Eden Gardens. West Bengal has several large stadiums.

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The idols of the goddess are brought in from Kumortuli, where idol-makers work throughout the year fashioning clay-models of the goddess. Pandals are erected in various cities, towns, and villages throughout West Bengal. Durga Puja is the biggest, most popular and widely celebrated festival in West Bengal.[220] The five-day-long colourful Hindu festival includes intense celebration across the state. The city of Kolkata undergoes a transformation during Durga Puja. It is decked up in lighting decorations and thousands of colourful pandals are set up where effigies of the goddess Durga and her four children are displayed and worshipped. Since independence in 1947, Durga Puja has slowly changed into more of a glamorous carnival than a religious festival.

The western plateau region has rivers like the Damodar, Ajay, and Kangsabati. One branch enters Bangladesh as the Padma, or Pdda, while the other flows through West Bengal as the Bhagirathi River and Hooghly River. The main river in West Bengal is the Ganges, which divides into two branches. The Farakka barrage over the Ganges feeds the Hooghly branch of the river by a feeder canal. The Ganges delta and the Sundarbans area have numerous rivers and creeks. Pollution of the Ganges from indiscriminate waste dumped into the river is a major problem.[100]Damodar, another tributary of the Ganges and once known as the "Sorrow of Bengal" (due to its frequent floods), has several dams under the Damodar Valley Project. Its water flow management has been a source of lingering dispute between India and Bangladesh.[99] The Teesta, Torsa, Jaldhaka, and Mahananda rivers are in the northern hilly region.

West Bengal is on the eastern bottleneck of India, stretching from the Himalayas in the north to the Bay of Bengal in the south. The state has a total area of 88,752 square kilometres (34,267sqmi).[2] The Darjeeling Himalayan hill region in the northern extreme of the state is a part of the eastern Himalayas mountain range. In this region is Sandakfu, which, at 3,636m (11,929ft), is the highest peak in the state.[97] The narrow Terai region separates the hills from the North Bengal plains, which in turn transitions into the Ganges delta towards the south. The Rarh region intervenes between the Ganges delta in the east and the western plateau and high lands.

The railway system is a nationalised service without any private investment.[159] Hired forms of transport include metered taxis and auto rickshaws, which often ply specific routes in cities. Several government-owned organisations operate bus services in the state, including: the Calcutta State Transport Corporation, the North Bengal State Transport Corporation, the South Bengal State Transport Corporation, the West Bengal Surface Transport Corporation and the Calcutta Tramways Company.[158] There are also private bus companies.

Bengal has 1 language but society is divided. However, he will not marry a girl belonging to CPM family. People identify with a political party down the generations and support it irrespective of the partys performance. College students participate in political violence. The society is divided. A Brahman man belonging to TMC will not think twice before marrying a Schedule Caste girl. Is very normal for two families belonging to 2 different political parties to hate each other. This is generational. Biharis have 4 languages but the society is somewhat united. People who are supporters of different parties dont socialize, mix , talk or intermarry with each other. For a TMC supporter to vote for CPM is like an Indian soldier supporting Pakistan. Political violence is very common. In Bengals villages, politics is very important.