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‘Roshogullah in a plastic plate’: Bengali migrant workers in Gurgaon

By Prerit Rana
Once you enter the colony, the first thing you would notice is the pervasiveness of signboards in Bengali. But, no need to worry. You would be able to talk to most of the people in Hindi, except those who have recently migrated. A decade back when they started migrating to the villages, dominated by the Yadavs of Haryana, the language used to be the first barrier.

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