Chakrabarty received her BFA in Visual Arts and her MA in Fine Arts from the Rabindra Bharati University in India. Viscosity etching and Lithography are her favorite mediums. She uses viscosity technique in her own terms to suit her own kind of pictorial language maintaining proper synthesis between content and the technical. Her creative visions, perceptions, and expressions are growing: no longer are her creative ideas satisfied with traditional expressions of graphics. Her experimentation has led to the use of sculpture and video clips with her prints, observing a total fusion and a blend which creates a different language.
Her selected solo exhibitions include: Art Heritage, New Delhi, India, 1996; British Council, Calcutta, India, 1995; Glasgow Print Studio, Glasgow, Scottland, 1995; Alliance Francaise, Calcutta, India, 1992; and Art Heritage, New Delhi, India, 1992.
Her selected group exhibitions include: London Contemporary Art Fair, London, England, 1996; Max Muller Goethe Institute, Hyderabad, India, 1993; Cymroza Art Gallery, Bombay, India, Gallery BF, Calcutta, India, 1993; The Downtrodden and We, Lalit Kala Academy, New Delhi, 1991; 1st and 2nd International Biennial, Bharat Bhavan, Bhopal, India, 1989 and '91; Birla Academy Annual Exhibition, Calcutta, 1983, '84, '86, and '88; All India Exhibition, Bhubaneswar, India, 1985; All India International Women's Exhibition, 1986; and Annual Exhibition, Xavier's College, Calcutta, India, 1983 and '85.