A Family of  Rohingya Muslims
Rohingya is a community of Muslims that is living in Myanmar since more than 500 years ago during the Mughal rule in Subcontinent and later many of the Bengali farmers were encouraged by the British Empire to live in border state of Myanmar, Rakhine, which was a highly cultivable land. Then a number of Muslims migrated to Myanmar in 1948 during the eve of Burmese independence. In addition, some of the Bengali Muslims also moved to Burma during the 1971 anarchy in Bangladesh (formerly East Pakistan). Since then, the Muslim population of Myanmar, accounts only for 5% but it has been described by many international organizations including UNO, OIC, Amnesty Intl. and a number of highly reputed news agencies including The Economist, The New York Times, and Forbes, as “the most persecuted people on the earth”. The Muslims of Myanmar has been described by the regional newspapers, as “a minority that has been attacked with impunity, stripped of the vote and driven from their homes”. And it’s been getting worse with the passage of time.