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Plassey

(ˈplæsɪ)
n
(Placename) a village in NE India, in W Bengal: scene of Clive's victory (1757) over Siraj-ud-daula, which established British supremacy over India
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Plas•sey

(ˈplɑ si, ˈplæs i)

n.
a village in NE India, N of Calcutta: Clive's victory here (1757) established British power in India.
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Noun1.Plassey - the victory in 1757 by the British under Clive over Siraj-ud-daula that established British supremacy over BengalPlassey - the victory in 1757 by the British under Clive over Siraj-ud-daula that established British supremacy over Bengal
Bharat, India, Republic of India - a republic in the Asian subcontinent in southern Asia; second most populous country in the world; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1947
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The procession started from Dhakeshwari National Temple and ended at Bahadur Shah Park via Palashi Bazar, Jagannath Hall, Central Shaheed Minar, Doel Chattar, High Court, Jatiya Press Club, Paltan, Shaheed Noor Hossain Square, Golap Shah Mazar, Gulistan intersection, Nawabpur Road and Roy Shaheb Bazar where thousands of devotees and leaders of Puja Udjapan Committee took part.
The procession will start from the Dhakeshwari National Temple and finish at Bahadur Shah Park via Palashi Bazar, Jagannath Hall, Central Shaheed Minar, Doel Chattar, High Court, Jatiya Press Club, Paltan, Shaheed Noor Hossain Square, Golap Shah Mazar, Gulistan intersection, Nawabpur Road and Roy Shaheb Bazar.
The routes of the procession are: Dhakeshwari National Temple- Palashi Mor-Jagannath Hall-Central Shaheed Minar- Doel Chattar -High Court (Bottala)- Sarkari Karmachari Hospital - Phoenix Road (ahead of Bangladesh Police Head Quarters)- Golap Shah Mazar- Bangabandhu Square- Gulistan- Nawabpur Road- Ray Shaheb Bazar Mor- Bahadur Shah Park.
Most passengers at this stop were seen buying tickets to Science Lab, New Market, Azimpur, and Palashi. University student Asma Sultana was standing in the queue, waiting to board a bus, to go to New Market.
Then the devotees will pull the ropes of the chariots through Tikatuli, Ittefak intersection, Shapla Chattar, Dainik Bangla, Purana Paltan intersection, National Press Club, High Court crossing, Doel Square, Dhaka University TSC, Jagannath Hall, Palashi Crossing and round up the Ratha Yatra on the premises of the Dhakeswari National Temple.