Ledu has been serving as the project in-charge for the Long-Term Ecological Monitoring Network (LEMoN) plots established by NCBS in the Andaman Islands. He is experienced in all major forestry censusing techniques and also has short-term experience in turtle surveys, diving, birding and mangrove census protocols. Ledu is from Badakhadi village in Rutland, speaks Hindi and Sadri and has a fair command over English. Ledu seeks thrill and enjoys playing volleyball, racing his motorbike, watching action movies and cooking extremely spicy food. His unique sense of humour, bizarre riddles and constant stream of catchphrases will confuse you at first, but will eventually grow on you.