Madan lal, (1954- ), was born, in lower-class shop- keeper family in Lalganj Azamgarh, Uttar Pradesh. His childhood and adolescent years spent in country side. His association and unique affinity with nature, his observant soul’s continuous interactions with natural elements has made impression on him. His acquaintance with the aroma and beauty of trees and other plants; regular roaming around the village fields, ponds and lakes; these experiences and reminiscences and other festivities imprinted vividly in his sub-conscious. In class Xth with Wordsworth’s poem ‘Daffodils’, opened a new world before the sculptor’s eye; the wondering eyes of young artist found a new a world of literature and fine arts. In his early life his teachers noticed the young child’s creative restlessness and advised to study Visual-Arts at Banaras Hindu University. His primary mentor, sculptor Ram Chhatpar motivated and guided, to expand his creative interest beyond sculpture to other artistic disciplines, such as painting, music and literature. In 1976, Met eminent sculptor Sankho Chaudhuri; was immediately captivated by his oeuvre and aura; Madan lal profoundly influenced by Sankho Chaudhuri in his professional and academic career of sculpture; founded Ram Chhatpar Shilp Nyas India. In 1978, the great Indian modern sculptor Ram Kinkar Baij inaugurated his fifth one-man show in Nandan-Santiniketan. He is professor of sculpture in Benares Hindu University.