Author:Manmatha Nath Dutt

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Manmatha Nath Dutt Shastri
(19th century – 20th century)
Bengali writer, scholar of Sanskrit and Pali, served as rector in educational institutions (Keshab Academy and Serampore College), described as India's most prolific translator of Hindu epics and scriptures. Later known as Manmatha Nath Shastri after getting that degree. Partial biography here.

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