Lopamudra Mitra is a renowned singer with a euphonious voice. Also, she is a lyricist who has given plenty of remarkable works in the Music Industry. Her notable credits comprise of Annya Hawar Annya Gaan (1999), Kobita Theke Gaan (2002), Pran Khola Gaan (2003), and Po e Pora Fo e Fail (2008). She was born in South Gangarampur, Kolkata, West Bengal, to Pranab Mitra and Sumita Mitra. Lopamudra is graduated from Basanti Devi College, Kolkata. She was introduced to music by her father, a trained vocalist, and developed an interest in it. Since childhood, she had an interest in singing and was the winner of numerous musical competitions during her school and college days. Also, she won various scholarships in this line. Afterward, she grasped about Rabindra Sangeet from the famous Gitabitan Cultural Institute, and further, she learned music from trained people like Rita Roy and Anon Badhuri. Her interest in music gradually increased and motivated her to keep learning. Soon, she was completely indulged in the world of music.
She learned Bhajan and Nazralgutti from Shri Sukumar Mitra. After some time, she became a famous singer in Rabindra Sangeeth and had attained much attention worldwide due to her exceptional talent. Previously, she used to sing along with a theatre group from where she learned more about Sangeeth under the tutelage of Master Samir Chatterjee. Her notable Rabindra songs are, Bisshmoye, O Mor Dorodiya, Mone Rekho, and Ananda - The Ecstasy. Her songs received colossal recognition worldwide and made her name more popular in the Music Industry. In addition, she earned multiple opportunities to display her exquisite talent and acquired vast acknowledgment. Some of her modern albums include, Annya Hawar Annya Gaan (1999), Bhalobashtey Bolo (2000), Dakchey Akash (2001), Kobita Theke Gaan (2002), E Ghar Tokhon (2003), Pran Khola Gaan (2003), and Jhor Hote Pari (2004). Further, she is the recipient of several awards, for say, Gold Disc Award by HMV in Completion of 10th year of her musical life, and Best Singer & Best Album of the year, 2001, from Anandabazar Patrika for Bhalobaste Balo.