Manuraj Singh Rajput is desciple of Padmavibhushan Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia and like is guru he is dedicated to preserve the traditions of Indian classical music through his performances.

Manuraj Singh Rajput is a renowned classical musician who has been playing flute for past eighteen years. He has been learning at Vrindaban Gurukul (Mumbai) from Padmavibhushan Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia and wants to take forward Guru-Shishya Parampara a step forward. . He also has in-depth knowledge of Semi-Classical, Light, Folk and western music too. He has spread the aroma of Indian Bamboo Flute platform countless times by performing on international platforms like University of California, San Fransisco, University of Pittsburg, New York White Light Festival , University of Georgia (Atlanta) ,Sony Center Canada along with Nrityagram Dance Ensemble,Indian embacy Poland( Europe) ,Asolo Theatre Florida,Los Angeles, China Festival, Dubai, Doha, South Africa, Indonesia and many others.He has also shared the stage with his Guru Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia innumerable times. He has also held his name in top eight performers in Star Plus reality show Dil Hai Hindustani -2. Throughout his journey he has also accompanied singers like Sonu Nigam and Richa Sharma on stage. He has also been a part of Kapil Sharma show too as a musician. Manuraj Singh has a motto of sharing all that he learned from his guru and music industry and make this divine knowledge accessible to all.

Divyansh and Manuraj were announced as the winners of the talent-based reality TV show India's Got Talent Season 9 on Sunday, April 17. Hailing from Jaipur and Bharatpur, respectively, the pair initially auditioned with different partners, but eventually teamed up and became a hit with audiences and judges alike. Their performances on stage garnered them the maximum "Golden Buzzer" from judges Kirron Kher, Shilpa Shetty, Badshah, and Manoj Muntashir. In a statement following their win, Divyansh and Manuraj expressed their hope that their success would inspire other instrumentalists in the country to step forward and be recognized for their talent, stating that the Indian music industry is ready and thriving for change. This win, they said, is an invitation to musicians to find their sound and make the best of it.