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He trained as a civil engineer in the 1940s and worked in town planning. Much later, in 1992, he finished a post-graduate degree in literature. He established an influential drama group called "Third Theatre", whose aim was to make theatre extremely accessible to the common person. Instead of staging plays in auditoriums with paid seating, they performed on streets, in parks, and during lunch-hours during the working week.

His most famous play (Bengali) was "Ebang Indrajit", translated as "Evam Indrajit" outside. His first name was Sudhindra, and he passed away recently. By what name was he better known as?

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