Parvathy Baul born is a Baul folk singer , musician and storyteller from Bengal and one of the leading Baul musicians in India. Her family was originally from East Bengal , and migrated to West Bengal after the partition of India. Her father, an engineer with the Indian Railways, was keen on Indian classical music and often took his daughter to concerts. Her mother, a housewife, was a devotee of mystic saint Ramakrishna. Due to her father's posting at various locations in the region, she grew up in Assam , Cooch Behar , and bordering areas of West Bengal.
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Parvathy Baul was born Mousumi Parial in East Bengal, India on October 25, to a traditional Bengali Brahmin family, where she was classically trained in singing, dance and music. Cooch Behar is a region rich in folk music in which young Mousumi was very attracted to. The folk music also inspired her to pursue visual arts, painting and drawing, which subsequently led her to enroll at the prestigious university in Shantiniketan, a town founded by famous Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore. At the age of 16, while on a train on her way to Shantiniketan with her brother, Parvathy encountered a blind Baul street musician performing the traditional folk music of the mystic Baul minstrels from Bengal. Parvathy was instantly mesmerised by the depth and spiritual intensity of the music and songs. From that point on she knew that Baul music would be her path in life. Today, Parvathy Baul is a performer, teacher and practitioner of the Baul tradition that originates from Bengal, India. She is also an instrumentalist, storyteller and painter.
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