This squib explores a paradigm of blocking effects that occurs with phrasal movement taking place within nominal phrases in Bangla. We develop an argument that nominal constituents in Bangla project a mid-level QP phase below possessor phrases and demonstratives, which requires successive-cyclic movement through its edge in order to satisfy the Phase Impenetrability Condition (Chomsky 2000). If a higher DP level of structure is also assumed to project as a phase in Bangla, this raises the possibility that the fully extended projection of noun phrases may contain two separate phases, in a way that resembles the occurrence of two phasal levels within clauses. The patterns reported in the squib also contribute to ongoing investigations into variation in the structural realization of numerals within nominal projections and how this may manifest itself in morphology and syntax with different effects (Franks 1994, Bailyn 2004, Shlonsky 2004,...