Sri Bhupesh Chandra Karmakar is retired from Indian Air Force. After completing his schooling from the Bengali High School in Nowgong (Assom), while studying in Nowgong College, he joined the Indian Air Force early in 1961. He was in the forward areas during the Chinese aggression near Sonitpur and later he was posted to various Air Force bases in India. During his stay at a unit in Barrackpore, West Bengal, he has a chance to pursue higher studies as a private candidate from University of Calcutta in 1970. Having spent his tenure with IAF, he has traveled vastly in India and have picked up a habit of writing by interacting with people, sharing their experiences and reading articles. He continuously penned his thoughts and evolved as an avid reader with compassion to write. He spends most of his leisure time writing about his vision of mystical life in various articles and stories in English. Over the years he has written few romantic novels and short stories. His traveling to various countries like Singapore, UK and US has also inculcated the habit of writing more. He dreams of a better, classless society, where people will live close to nature. His ideas of an environment-friendly modern society pervade all his prose writing, where old traditions and festivals thrive in all their pastoral glory along with scientific progress.