Dr. Sujit Kumar Chattopadhyay was Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Political Science (Retd.), BZSMM, Bankura, West Bengal, India. He participated in international seminar held in 2009 in IIC, New Delhi to commemorate the centenary of Hind Swaraj of Mahatma Gandhi. In that seminar he presented an article on the title, ‘Recent Challenges to gender Inequality and Gram-Swaraj Experiments for Sustainable Development: A Case Study of the District of Bankura’. This paper has been published by Routledge in a book on the title “Swaraj and the Reluctant State” edited by K. B. Saxena in 2020. His published works include the books ‘Revisiting Vivekananda: From Revival to Renaissance’ (2015), Kolkata, Levant books; Gender Inequality, Popular Culture and Resistance in Bankura District, (2016), New Delhi, Primus,; Fighting gender inequality: A Tribute to Nirbhaya (2015)Kolkata, K.P Bagchi & Co; Samajchitre Loksahitya (2017),Kolkata, K P Bagchi & Co; Loksahitye Narir Sthan (2017)), Kolkata, Levant Books; Gender Socialization and the making of gender in the Indian Context (2018), Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, Singapore, Washington DC, Melbourne, Sage; Image of Women in Proverb: A cross-cultural analysis, Kolkata, Levant Books, 2020;The Eclipse of Democracy, Bilaspur, Evincepub Publishing, 2021; The Concept of Leadership and its Relevance in Democracy Today (forthcoming); Revisiting Capitalism (forthcoming);Revisiting Communism (forthcoming); Gender Perception in Fairytales and Folktales Around the World (forthcoming) and the edited volume ‘Politics of Discrimination and Problem of Democratic Governance: issues, experiences and challenges (2009), International Book Trust, Kolkata.