Dr. Pashupati Prasad Mahato D.Litt.
CONTACT: Nabangan, Flat - 2/2, Modern Park, 9 Avenue East,
Kolkata - 700 075, West Bengal, India.
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About Me:

Dr. Pashupati Prasad Mahato was born on 29th October, 1943 at the village, Dabar in the district of Purulia, West Bengal, India. His father was late Rabindranath Mahato and mother was late Anjana Mahato.

Dr. Pashupati Prasad Mahato stood first class first in M.A. (Anthropology) in 1966 from Ranchi University, under the able guidance of late Prof. A.B. Saran, he was conferred and awarded with D. Litt for his outstanding research on "the Social mobility  movement of the Kudmi Mahatos of  Purulia and neighbouring areas of Bihar & Orissa" from Ranchi University in 1995. He was the senior Research Fellow(1972-75) in Anthropological Survey of India and worked under Dr. Surajit Chandra Sinha, eminent Anthropologist and former Vice Chancellor of Viswa Bharati University, Santiniketan, India. He also worked under Dr. Kumar Suresh Sing, I.A.S, one of the leading Indian Social Scientist of India. He retired from Althropological Survey of India in 2003. He is life member of the Asiatic Society and member of the Anthropology Sub-Committee. He is also life member of the Institute of Historical Studies, Kolkata and life member of Indian Association. He is expert in organizing Chhau (Chhow) dance and participated in various international and national festivals. He is also life fellow of the Indian Academy of Social Sciences (Allahabad) and founder Director of “Folklore Academy of indigenous people of India” and “Centre for study and Research on indigenous people of India” affiliated to Mulnivashi Mach Regarpura, Karolbagh, New Delhi – 1100 005 and BAMCEF. He was guest professor in the University of Sussex and invited in Briton Festival and also in National University of Australia. He was awarded “Jharkhand Ratna: in 1994 by the Jharkhand Buddijibi Manch and “Banga Ratna” in 2009 by the “Better World” and Indian Free Lance Journalist. He is regular contributor in daily Bengali newspapers like “Dainik Statesman”, “Pratidin” etc. He was awarded with Ambedkar Fellowship from Dalit Sahitya Academy for his outstanding contribution for the liberation of the Dalit People in India.
Life Member of Folklor Congress 2016. Life Member of Asiatic Society Calcutta. Jharkhand Ratna 2015.

Books :

a ) Sunderbane Adibashider Agamon O Tader Arthanity Abong Sanshkriti Prasangye
b) Performing Art of Jungle Mahal & Jharkhand.
c) Manabi Patrika ( Womens Journal)
d) Jungle Mahal - Rarbhum O Jharkhander Bhumibabasthya, Sanskrity O Sangrami Etihasher Rupakatha.
e) Bharater Adibashi O Dalit Samaj
f) Ek Gucchya Pahari Phool.
g) Mahakabi Binandiya Singher Padabali Ramayan O Radhya Krishna.
Srishti Drishti Dhristipath



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