My teaching technique is interactive and multidimensional, profoundly reflects the teaching methods of my father Ananta Makhal, who was a gifted violin teacher and conductor from Calcutta, had produced thousands of professional and amateur musicians in his life. I believe, learning Violin should be enjoyable, interesting and exciting. And, I also believe in a strong technical foundation and make an effort to teach musicality, self-awareness, and analytical thinking. It is important for students to understand the impact they make on the general listeners/audience while playing the violin, and how the violin magnifies his/her life with the grand treasure of Western Classical music. My purpose is to guide each student to become a technically sound, musical, and self-reliant musician, most importantly, who enjoys playing the Violin and love the Fiddle.