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Islam first appeared in Bengal during Pala rule, as a result of increased trade between Bengal and the Middle East.The Pala dynasty was later followed by a shorter reign of the Hindu Sena Empire.An interesting theory of the origin of the name is provided by Abu'l-Fazl in his Ain-i-Akbari.According to him, "The original name of Bengal was Bung, and the suffix "al" came to be added to it from the fact that the ancient rajahs of this land raised mounds of earth 10 feet high and 20 in breadth in lowlands at the foot of the hills which were called "al".The word is speculated to have come from Gangahrd ('Land with the Ganges in its heart') in reference to an area in Bengal.After a period of anarchy, Gopala came to power in 750.
Subsequent Muslim conquests helped spread Islam throughout the region.
Bakhtiar Khalji, a Turkic general of the Slave dynasty of Delhi Sultanate, defeated Lakshman Sen of the Sena dynasty and conquered large parts of Bengal.
Consequently, the region was ruled by dynasties of sultans and feudal lords under the Bengal Sultanate for the next few hundred years.
Mughal general Man Singh conquered parts of Bengal including Dhaka during the time of Emperor Akbar.
A few Rajput tribes from his army permanently settled around Dhaka and surrounding lands.
Later, in the early 17th century, Islam Khan conquered all of Bengal.