Rohingyas, as we all know, are an ethnic Muslim community living primarily in the western Myanmar’s Rakhine state. Arguably, the word Rohingya came from the word Rohang, which was the historical name given to Arakan. The treaty of Yandaboo of 1826 led to the absorption of the Arakan Hills into the British Empire. The border between Arakan and Bengal was always porous leading to cross-border exchanges. In the current times there are many Rohingya women who have crossed the border and entered Bengal. This chapter will discuss the condition of these women and the complexities that surround their lives in Bengal. The question that this chapter seeks to respond is: what makes Rohingya women particularly vulnerable in India? Why is their incarceration so problematic?