India-conceived Bikram Ghosh is an expert of the tabla. Notwithstanding performing and recording as a soloist, Ghosh has worked with such top-positioned Indian artists as Ravi Shankar, Aki Akbar Khan, V.M. Bhatt and Tatun Bhattacharya. Ghosh has been encompassed by music for the duration of his life. His mom, Sanjukta Ghosh, is an established Indian vocalist, while, his dad, Pandit Shankar Ghosh, was one of the primary Indian artists to perform in the United States, and has coordinated an all-drum ensemble since 1976. At two years old years old, Bikram utilized his dad's tablas as a youth toy. After four years, he formally contemplated the sarod under Ali Akbar Khan's child, Ustad Dhyanesh Khan. Despite the fact that he later contemplated mridangam under Pandit S. Shekhar, the tabla has remained his instrument of decision. Ghosh, who played out his first show in Calcutta at ten years old, spent a large portion of his initial years in San Rafael, California. Coming back to India to go to center school, he played congas in school groups. In the spring of 1997, Ghosh visited the United States with Ravi Shankar. Soon thereafter, he visited with Tatun Bhattacharya. Ghosh holds a Master's degree in English Literature.