Pathsala is a town in Barpeta district under Bajali Sub-Division in the Indian state of Assam. Pathsala is a point of convergence of versatile theater, famously known as Bhramyaman Theater, in Assam. These gatherings, like the Yatra gatherings of Bengal, have cut an exceptional specialty as mass performers in Northeast India, masterminding appears all through Assam and a portion of its neighboring states. Sessions for the most part begin from June/July consistently, setting up plays from the month August/September and finishing up the session in March/April. Each gathering has their own arrangement of specialists and professionals, alongside stages, pandals, and other electric and sound gear, which they convey to the remotest parts of the inconvenience torn area.
At present, Pathsala flaunts three conspicuous Bhramyaman gatherings, to be specific The Kohinoor Theater, The Aabahan Theater and The Nataraj Theater. The well known Deodhani Dance, altogether not the same as its South Indian frame, has Pathsala as its home. It is said that Bishnu Prasad Rabha, on observing it performed, worked for the advancement and spread of this move shape. Dilip Kakati is the individual who presently prepares a gathering of young ladies, trying to spare this craftsmanship. Pabindra Deka is the MLA from Patacharkuchi body electorate.