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|Born||17 July 1915|
|Died||19 January 1978(aged 62)|
|Spouse(s)||Mahasweta Devi (1947–1962)|
Bhattacharya was born in 1915 at Faridpur (now in Bangladesh) to a Hindu, Bengali Brahmin family, and was an early witness to the destitution and penury of the peasantry of that land. He became a member of the Indian People’s Theatre Association (IPTA).
- Nabanna (Fresh Harvest) (1944)
- Jabanbandi (Confession)
- Mara Chand (Dead Moon) (1951)
- Gotrantar (Change of Lineage) (1959)
- Debi Garjan (Shouting of the Goddess) (1966)
- Garbhabati Janani (Pregnant Mother) (1969)
- Aj Basanta
- Chalo Sagare
- Lash Ghuirya Jauk
- Hanskhalir Hans
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