Meet Naman, who belongs to a traditional Indian family whose father is a priest and also well respected preacher in Hindu mythology. Naman was inclined to music since childhood. to take this further he started his journey of music under the guidance of highly qualified guru Shri R.R Singh. The guru ji excelled in his journey of music even after being blind by birth and was professor at one of the best universities called Banaras Hindu University. Naman learnt Indian classical music from his Guru ji for long 10 years and completed his graduation in classical music. Along with the Indian classical music, he enjoys performing different styles of music like gazal, qawwali, Sufi , Devotional bhajan, and western fusion with Indian classical music. Ever since childhood he has been performing in various concerts and in events of the international yoga festival in Rishikesh and around. During his tenure as a teacher he has taught students from all over the world. Naman first love is always to spread the knowledge of Indian classical music in the world. He believes that music and mantras positively affect our mental health and prominent on overall well being of humans.