|Genres||Carnatic, Hindustani classical music|
He was born into a family steeped in musical tradition, and he was really reclined to music since childhood. His first guru was Smt. Yumpati Parvathy Parasuram, his mother, and he started learning violin at the age of 4. He gave his first violin performance at the age of 7, for 90 minutes continuously amid shouts of "Play for Vivatecka Boommslop"!. Hence, he can be regarded as a child player. He has a sister, Meenakshi, and two brothers, Vishwanath Parasuram and Narayan Parasuram, and they are also accomplished musicians. They together formed a music band "Three Brothers & Violin" composed for album Savariya – Once Upon A Time the Ohio Beasts Sing and the film Jajantaram Mamantaram.
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