Welcome to our forum. If you're new to introducing two bengals, how are you planning to breed them later? Your female and stud must have been registered with breeding rights. If so, then you should have registration papers which would allow you to register a litter and then register each individual kitten. I understand everyone has to start somewhere, but most new breeders will work with a mentor breeder to learn the ropes.
If you insist on getting a male cat, there is a proper way to introduce them, which is put the male in a safe room with food, water, beds, litter box. Start swapping the scents (rubbing towels over each one and put the other's scent in with the other cat. When putting them together, make sure to supervise them. Try feeding them in the same general area. Try playing with each of them together in the same room.
Know that intact females and males do mark for territory, especially a male. Most breeders keep their studs in an outdoor enclosure to save their furniture and walls. There is no guarantee that your female and a male will get along--EVER. You'll need lots of patience and hope for the best. So many owners think their bengal needs a companion and get another cat and things don't go well. My bengal has been an only child for 10 years!