Kalipada Das talks about his experience of playing ‘Banglar Dhol’ and the nuances of different folk forms associated with it. He primarily talks about the form called Kabigaan and its structure and how his instrument plays an accompanying role in a specific manner in each of the sections. He also mentions the luminaries of the form whose compositions have enriched the form. But he feels that when it comes to improvisations, the composers are not very open to ideas. Otherwise there are whole new world to explore that words cannot express!