Born into the illustrious Dagar family of Dhrupad musicians in 1970, Mohi Baha’ud-din first began his foray into Indian Classical Music at the early age of seven, training on the Sitar under the expert tutelage of his mother, Smt. Pramila Dagar. He then received instruction on the Surbahar and was introduced to the Rudra Veena by his father, Ustad Zia Mohiuddin Dagar, a legendary Rudra Veena maestro, and his uncle, Ustad Zia Fariduddin Dagar, a renowned Indian classical vocalist from whom he later also learnt vocal music. His music has been recorded by Music Today (India), Makars (France), Ragini Sutra (India), Sense World (London), and India Music Archives (USA). He also received a two-year Fellowship in 1993 from the Ministry of Human Resource Development, India.