He has worked as Post-doctoral Research Scholar on History of Art Tripura, Ramakrishna Mission Institute Culture, Golpark, Kolkata, and was also associated with editorial work most prestigious publication of Institute, i.e., The Cultural Heritage, Art Vol. VII, and -Modern India, Vol. VIII.
He has wide range of teaching experience and also served as Principal Mohananda B.Ed. College. Presently, he working Lecturer History, the Belonia Government College, Tripura.
Buddhism-in particular this region since first decade the sixth century A.D., has been revealed the religious practices of tribals. Since the eighth century Tantric Buddhism, offshoot of Mahayana Buddhism, has become quite popular, especially among the Chakmas and Maghs. immigration people from the plains brought in Brahmanism various shades, thus Saivism, Vaisnavism, Saktism, other minor sects flourished though each invariably a conspicuous regional imprint. The interplay of historical forces during medieval period greatly influenced the literature and traditions. Besides this, the and practices and faiths the flowed down the stream time almost unchanged. These two co-existent streams markedly influenced the culture Tripura.
It is not known how and when this land was named as Tripura.
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