Purpose of the Book

How this book will help you?


Everything from sunlight to water are waves of frequencies. Nature comprises of waves.

However there are certain waves which improves and increases our vitality and there are some other waves which reduces our vitality. Most of the waves which normally comes out from modern technology powered machines are generally responsible for being oppressive and tyrannical towards life energy.

The collective opinion of all the leading scientists of the world indicates that the longevity of the human race may not last more than a hundred years, if we continue with our present approach towards life. If one turns the pages of ancient civilizations, one would realize how beneficial were the waves emanating from pure sound and pure sangeet for vitality.

As per the modern history of the world, 'Music', the loose English translation of 'Sangeet' or ' Shabda', has been looked at only as a means of entertainment and the notion has not changed much over the years.

On the other hand, as a subject of science, life science has no proper and specific definition of life itself. The most expensive technology, which is the medical technology is functioning without a basic unit of life energy, which was supposed to have been there at the root of any scientific or technology based segment of science.

My belief is that when you apply all your focus and turn and run through the pages of this book with sincerity and honesty, you would find the source of unending life energy in all its abundance from all your surroundings of life, its experiences and from the never ending vastness of your beautiful mind and your thoughts.


In ancient India, the whole concept of education was based on music. Attention, concentration, memory all are related to different aspect of sangeet. Priciples of modern psychoacoustics also support this but somehow the educational systems coined by the Brtitish in 18th and 19th century is mostly followed by the colonial countries even today. This education system terminates mostly at the point of marketing of materialistic pleasures with the help of technology .

A partial life can not compensate for a complete life, forget any concept of education focusing on larger than life knowledge.

However you can certainly avail education which will surely lead a life much larger than your poor past and very average present educated living.

Go through 'THE PERFECT NOTE FOR LIFE ' for you to experience it on your own.

Acharya Sanjay Chakrabarty

About the Author

A glimpse into Sanjay’s life is a very surreal experience, almost dreamlike.

Everybody, including GOD, who bestowed not one but two mothers upon him, pampered Sanjay. The cohabitation of Sanjay’s father and his two wives might come as a shock. However, Sanjay flourished in this distinctly Indian household. The unlikely but real familial harmony between three parents became so banal that he grew up having two mothers, irrespective of biological relations.

Sanjay was pampered by the azure of open sky, the moist green of paddy fields, the vermillion of sunset, the lilting blue of the river. These are luxuries that were beyond the average kid coming from a financially rich family which also enhanced Sanjay’s childhood, forget the poor socio economic conditions of Sanjay’s family during that time. He was pampered by the society, so much so that he spent half his childhood on stage performing some unbelievable songs or Tabla compositions. In addition, his teachers, who seemed to have made him the permanent first boy of his class, pampered him. It was not a mere coincidence for Sanjay to have received two national distinctions in subjects as disparate as physical science and ‘Thumri’ which is a form of Indian Classical Music which is one of the most difficult to master, at the age of fourteen. The root runs deep.

Sanjay had qualified for medical school but a sudden and violent illness ensured that he was spared from doing the dull rounds of a doctor. Eventually, he ended up in two grad courses, which, going by his reputation, does not seem so bizarre anymore; physiology and Bengali Literature.

His father, Ajit Chakrabarty who introduced him to Indian Classical Music mainly to accompany his elder brother Ajay Chakraborty, pampered Sanjay. His career in music took off as a Harmonium accompanist and very soon, he was rubbing shoulders with the very best of contemporary Indian Classical Music – Pandit Bhimsen Joshi, Ustad Zakir Hussain, Vidushi Kishori Amankar, Vidushi Girija Devi, Vidushi Shobha Gurtu, Pandit Vijay Kitchlu and the legendary Mallikarjun Mansur, on stage. For six or seven years on the trot he was one of the busiest accompanist in Indian Classical Music, running around the globe without any rest.

Sanjay was pampered by litterateurs like Prof. Gobinda Ghosh, Prof. Shankha Ghosh and Prof. Pabitra Sarkar, Prof. Snehangshu Kumar Sarkar and Dr. Amarendra Ganai, who have unearthed the poet in Sanjay, and left a lasting impression of this literary style on him. Since the 80’s his songs and poems have been almost a regular feature in All India Radio, Doordarshan (National Television) and some of the leading music companies. The well known and well endowed vocalists who have lent their voice to his songs include some of the greatest names including Asha Bhonsle, Pandit Ajay Chakrabarty, Hari Haran, Kavita Krishnamurthy, Shaan, Kunal Ganjawala, Ustad Rashid Khan, Sunidhi Chauhan, Nachiketa, Haimanti Shukla, Sriradha Banarjee and Reshmi Chakrabarty.

Sanjay was pampered by none other than Pandit Nikhil Banerjee, the Sitar Maestro, who gave him direction at a critical juncture of his life. Disillusioned with the limitations of the Harmonium as an instrument, Sanjay sought refuge in string instruments and studied the intricacies of the Sitar for three years under the master and later under Pandit Ajay Shingha Roy. However another bout of illness once again, prevented Sanjay from transforming into a professional Sitar player. Fate had more cookies in store for him.

Sanjay was pampered by music itself, which revealed itself to him, if only in fragments, and propagated the central idea of Praan Sangeet. Apart from his Kheyal and Thumri performances as one of the best contemporary singers of International level in present day India and being of a stupendous, stunning and breathtaking levels , Sanjay these days devotes a lot of his time towards refreshing, reviving and bolstering “Sangeet” in the fullest sense of the term. He is also focused on Consultation in Sangeet (music) and music related preventive medicines for developed immunity building. His movement has already spread far and across continents, and his research has bloomed and radiated itself in the form of Praan Sangeet.

With all that pampering, it’s nothing short of a miracle in terms of what Sanjay has become today, which would not be the case but for the blessings of Premananda Thirthaswami, his mentor. Sanjay is living the dream of GOD himself. No fate, but only what he makes of it.