Biman Das, one of the veteran sculptors in Indian Art, was born on 1st January, 1943 at Tamluk in West Bengal. After graduating from Govt, College of Art & Craft, he immersed himself completely in art. He received National Cultural Scholarship (1967-69), U.G.C Grants under Indo-Hungarian Cultural Exchange Program in Budapest (1993), British Council scholarship (1973-74). He was serving as principal in Govt. College of Art, Calcutta and in the year 1997, when he was selected for Fulbright Travel grant to deliver lectures on Contemporary Indian art and artists, folk art and temple sculptures. He was awarded ‘Kala Vibhusan’ from AIFACS in 2001. In 2014, he was honoured by ‘Padma Shri’ award. Apart from this, His artworks were exhibited in various national and international galleries, such as Sridharini Gallery, Triveni Kala Sangam (New Delhi), Jehangir Art Gallery (Mumbai), Lalit Kala Academy (New Delhi), Galerie 88 (Calcutta), New Jersey, USA, Budapest, Hungary and many more. He participated in Biennale Belgium, Second Asian Art Show, Fukuaka Japan, India Festival in USSR, Moscow etc. His journey with bronzes is vast and has created a large body of works which pride many public, private institutions and homes all over the universe. He continues to work tirelessly in his studio in New Delhi.