Aniruddha Bose, is a Senior Consultant Plastic, Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgeon at various hospitals. His father was Late Binayendra Mohan Bose an ex-graduate from Bengal Engineering College, who later rose to position the position of Director of Employment and Training and Central Apprenticeship Advisor, Govt. of India, who died in harness as the Project Manager, United Nations Development Programme. His mother was the silver medal winner in her Master’s qualification from the Calcutta University in Bengali.
Initially starting his schooling at St.Thomas’ Church School, Howrah, a topper in class, he completed his Higher Secondary in 1972 from St.Xaviers’ Collegiate School, Kolkata with distinction. He also received the National Scholarship and the prestigious Jagadish Bose National Science Talent Search Scholarship. Later he graduated in medicine from Medical College Bengal in 1981. He left for higher training to United Kingdom in 1984 and in 1986, he completed his FRCS, from there. In 1987 he obtained the Indian equivalent Diplomate National Board from India. In 1992 he was elected as a Fellow of British Association of Hand Surgeons. In 1995 he became the fellow of International Society of Burn Injuries. The next year he was admitted as a Fellow of International College of Surgeons and also received his British Citizenship the same year. He spent a considerable segment of his life there and a slice of his professional career in the Middle East. From 1999 he is settled in his hometown Kolkata. In the year 2000, he became life member of Indian Medical Association and Indian Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons.
He is the Senior Consultant Plastic Surgeon of Apollo Gleneagles Hospital, Belle Vue Clinic, Ruby General Hospital, D-Sun Hospital, AMRI Hospital, Woodlands Hospital, Salt Lake City Medical Centre, Charnock Hospital, North City Hospital, Subodh Mitra Hospital and Microlap.
In his professional interaction, he has intermingled with various cultures, races, and community as a whole. He has travelled extensively in different capacities to most of the countries of the world. He is one the renowned plastic surgeons both nationally and internationally. His special interests are in Cosmetic Surgery.
From 2006 he commenced his literary pursuits and instantly became an overnight success with his debut novel Anweshan, which released in 2007. Thereafter there was no turning back. In 2008 his second bestseller Nishabde was released, followed by release of his third lyrical masterpiece Dekha in 2009, which joined the bestseller bandwagon. He formed a new publishing house Smriti Publishers in 2010 with his wife Smriti Bose. The same year his fourth literary venture Chakra was released which too hit bestseller charts. In 2011 his thought provoking fifth novel Tomake was first released joining the bestseller trend. In 2012 his first English rendition The Vision was released. 2013 saw the release of his first English endeavour, an international thriller on geo-economics, Pursuit, in addition to another rendition of his creations Fulcrum. In 2014 his sixth Bengali novel Canvase was released along with rendition of two of his earlier works, Quest and The Moment. The year 2015 was heralded by release of his Bengali fiction Sfulinga and second edition of Tomake. In 2016, another rendition Canvas was released. In 2017, second edition of his bestsellers Chakra and third edition of Dekha were released, followed by two new novels, one international thriller on genetic engineering Eternal Mayhem, and another deeply philosophical novel Alo Andhar. His next release was a brain-whacking scientific mystery thriller Conundrum. Its Bengali translation was released as Prohelika. During the lockdown he came up with a digital thriller Murder in the Time of Corona, later translated in Bengali as Murder@Corona.Time. The year 2020 ended with the release of his lyrical monolgue novella Eka Onyo. This year 2021 would see release of his bidirectional science fiction thriller on energy dynamics If... and Bengali translation of Pursuit named Anusaran.His visionary book Shadow would be released thereafter.
He finds solace in his creations, be it in his professional arena or in his creative literary pursuits. All his novels are depiction of his inner creative ideas, sometimes contrary to traditional genre in exploration of the Universal Truth.
Amidst his busy schedule, his kernel of peace rests in his love for music, books and his wife Smriti Bose.