Jatin Das is an Indian contemporary painter. He is also an acclaimed sculptor and muralist. Jatin Das often uses oil, acrylic, watercolour, ink, and Cont (hard crayon made of clay) for painting. His prints include the editions of etchings, drypoint, lithograph, and serigraphs. Over 68 one-man exhibitions were held by Jatin Das both in India and outside India.Jatin Das was born and brought up in the Mayurbhanj district of Orissa a middle-class Bengali family. Since childhood, he was exposed to art and culture in the form of music such as worshipping deities through music. Later, when he was young, Jatin Das became a huge music lover. Once, when he visited Bombay, he spent many nights listening to the live music concerts of Bade Ghulam Ali Khan.When Atal Bihari Vajpayee was the Prime Minister of India, a 7 x 68 feet mural titled Mohenjo-Daro to Mahatma Gandhi, made by Jatin Das, was inaugurated at the Parliament of India.In 1999, after the super cyclone hit Orrisa, Jatin Das actively led charitable relief and rehabilitation work at many villages in the affected area.Soon after finishing his college studies, Jatin Das started participating in art exhibitions such as the Biennales in Paris (1971), in Venice (1978), and the Documenta in Kessel (1975), both nationally and internationally.Jatin Das has a large collection of traditional arts. He has a collection of more than 6500 hand fans majorly from the Indian subcontinent, and this collection of fans is often displayed at various exhibitions and museums in India and overseas such as at the Victoria Memorial in Calcutta, Fan Museum in London, National Art Gallery in Kuala Lumpur, Reitberg Museum in Zurich and National Museum in Manila. This collection is placed in a dedicated museum in New Delhi. Later, Mapin International published a book titled To Stir the Still Air, which is based on this fan collection by Jatin Das.A registered trust named JD Centre of Art (JDCA) was established by Jatin Das in 1997 in Odisha to promote art and its forms and housed all of his collections at this trust. This trust was designed by the eminent architect B. V. Doshi.The paintings of Jatin Das primarily display the various aspects of a man-woman relationship like crisis, contacts, disclosures, and emotional tensions.In his career, Jatin Das has attended twelve artist camps and four workshops on his artwork to collect funds for fourteen charity shows in India.Some of the one-man exhibitions which were held by Jatin Das include Sir J.J. School of Arts in Bombay in 1962, Studio, Private Show in New Delhi in 1974, Taj Art Gallery in Bombay in 1982, Urja Art Gallery in Broda in 1979, Archaeological Museum in Greece in 2005, Lalit Kala Academy in Chandigarh in 2011, and Jehangir Art Gallery in Mumbai in 2017. The names of some of the Murals & Sculptures Commissions held by Jatin Das are Collage Mural, Agricultural Ministry in Pragati Maidan in 1972, Fresco in Bombay in 1964, Faade mural at Chelsea Arts Club in London in UK in 2009, 200 feet Mural at Bangalore International Airport in 2014, and Adani Corporate House in 2019.