The main objective of the present work is to write a simple report on the material remains of Early Village farming communities, tentatively emerged around second half of the second millennium BC in West Bengal, with special reference to excavation at Pandurajar Dhibi, Burdwan, West Bengal. The compilation of reported materials other than Pandurajar Dhibi, presented in this work is an attempt coming from my personal initiative to subject since my joining in the Directorate of Archaeology and Museums, West Bengal. The special initiative as well as working interest on the excavated materials of Pandurajar Dhibi has been taken State Archaeological Museum at Behala, Kolkata started functioning in the year 1980. Fortunately, the Directorate has chosen me for cataloguing the archaeological objects and the display works of collected antiquities of the said museum in January 1986.
About the Author
The author has completed his post-graduation in Archaeology from University of Calcutta in 1977. though my career began as a cataloguer since December 1980, at Hazarduari palace, Mushidabad under the same Directorate. After rendering his routine work in state Archaeological Museum in the post of Keeper, author has completed his PhD work on Pandurajar Dhibi in the year of 2006.