Born in Durgapur, West Bengal. He has no musical background but he owes it his father who encouraged him to pursue his passion for learning tabla. His Father introduced him to Sh. Nimay Mandal, disciple of Pandit Gyan Prakash Ghosh for tabla training at the tender age of nine. Pandit Ji taught him for more than six years with lot of affection. After that he learned approx for two years from Shymapada Mukherjee disciple of Pandit Anindo Chatterjee. After that he went to another Guru for learning some of the advanced lessons from Prashanta Shina disciple of Pandit Gyan Prakash Ghosh. After a few years finally he reached to Pandit Abhijit Banerjee who is one of the most renowned tabla player India. That was the moment when he felt so grateful that his acceptance as disciple by the Guru which eventually introduced him to the infinite world of tabla. He still want to learn tabla now and always want to learn under his training till he is alive.
After spending years of his learning, he wants to spread his knowledge to rest of the world and he believes that this can only be done in the early age of a child; he started giving musical lessons to lots of kids from his home only. His vision is to spread Indian classical music sense to as many children as he can till he is alive so that what ever he learnt in his whole life should get transferred to young generation. Now a days he is running his own institution in Noida who is making indian classical KAL KE USTADS