PRABUDDHA BISWAS – AN INTRODUCTION

Prabuddha Biswas (b. 1962) is a Research Writer and Freelance Journalist. He has written more than 100 articles on the history and heritage related issues of Patna and Bihar; which got published in national dailies and other magazines. Mr. Biswas has penned a book, “THE MAKING OF THE FIRST CANTONMENT OF THE INDIAN SUBCONTINENT IN PATNA, 1757-1768”. He was the editorial team member of two government publications: - (i) PATNA – A MONUMENTAL HISTORY (2008) (ii) MONUMENTS OF BIHAR (2011). Both books were published, by the Department of Art, Culture and Youth, Government of Bihar. Presently, Mr. Biswas is keenly involved in the research work of military warfare and war strategies. He is also working in exploring communication routes, passing through Bihar during various historical periods. He has delivered several lectures on related issues on the invitation of various revered institutions of the state, which include Patna Museum, K. P. Jayaswal Research Institute, Khuda Bakhsh Oriental Public Library, and Virasat among others. He did his Master’s degree in Geology from Patna University and did his post-graduate Diploma in Marketing (Advanced Program for Marketing Professionals – APMP-4) from Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta. He had developed great passion for the history of Bihar, while contributing in Journalism and in the course of crisscrossing the state of Bihar as ‘marketing professional’. Mr. Biswas earns his living by working in the ‘Development Sector’. Presently, he is working as Marketing Expert in the Project, “Development of Handicrafts in Bihar”, under the aegis of Upendra Maharathi Shilp Anusandhan Sansthan (UMSAS), Department of Industries, Government of Bihar.
PRABUDDHA BISWAS

DIDARGANJ YAKSHI – THE FACE OF BIHAR

REMEMBERING DIDARGANJ YAKSHI ON OCTOBER 18, 2016 – ON THE 100TH YEAR OF HER DISCOVERY

CHHATH FESTIVAL – IDENTITY OF BIHAR

‘A LOOK INTO THE DEEP ROOTS OF CHHATH PUJA’ BY PRABUDDHA BISWAS

GOLGHAR- THE LANDMARK

UNRAVELLING ‘ZERO’ OF PATNA AND THE SIGNIFICANCE OF GOLGHAR BY PRABUDDHA BISWAS

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