The wealthy and melodic music tradition of India’s Bengali region is given today’s sensibility by Paban Das Baul, a grasp from the dubki (a little tambourine) along with a hypnotic vocalist. Synthesizing Tantric Buddhism, Baishnavism and Sufism, Das Baul has generated worldwide interest for his trance-inspiring shows. Given birth to in Mohammedpur, a little town in the Western Bengali area of Murshibadad, Das Baul inherited his musical passions from his dad, a fighting techinques champion who considered performing and wrestling for the money after shedding his property holdings. Playing the dubki from age five, Das Baul was educated by Sufi fakirs. At age group 14, Das Baul was initiated by Subal Das Baul in to the Bauls, a religious group he fulfilled at among the celebrations. In 1988, Das Baul started collaborating with Sam Mills, a London-born guitarist who got performed with experimental, avant garde group 23 Skiddoo between 1979 and 1982. Their cooperation marked among the initial fusions of Bengali music and Traditional western pop music. Das Baul’s 1997 record, Inner Understanding, was documented before a little audience at real life Studios.