Bengali American

Bengali Americans
Total population
150,000
Regions with significant populations
New York City[1]
Languages
American English, Bengali
Religion
Hinduism, Atheism, Islam, Christianity, Buddhism

Bengali Americans (Bengali: বাঙ্গালী মার্কিন Bangali Markin) are Americans of Bengali ethnic, cultural and linguistic heritage and identity. They trace their ancestry to the historic ethno-linguistic region of Bengal in South Asia (now divided between India and Bangladesh).

Bengali Americans may refer to-

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