His words convince the listener that the world is actually a beautiful place where truth, honesty, and simplicity are the quenching clouds above a desolate desert of dry despair and monotony.
“Hothat Daekha” album is thematically organized in four different genres–love, seasonal, devotional and motivational songs.
This is not the first time a singer has been brutally berated due to their rendition of Tagore songs.
I have been deeply, deeply affected by social media sensation Ashraful Hossen Alom’s (mostly known as Hero Alom) rendition of Amaro Porano Jaha Chay (lyrics by Rabindranath Tagore).
Rabindra sangeet singer Syed Mohammad Musa, a student of Ustad Sukhendu Bikash, released two albums recently titled Shuru Hok
Khamkheyali Sobha recently celebrated its 5th birthday at the Bishwo Shahitto Kendro. Bangladeshi academic scholar, Syed Akram
Tapan Mahmud, the very first Rabindra Sangeet artiste at Swadhin Bangla Betar Kendra, will celebrate the 50th anniversary of his storied music career.
Indira Gandhi Culture Centre (IGCC) organised An Evening of Rabindra Sangeet by Ms. Roquaiya Hasina Neely at 6 PM on Friday (January 15) its Gulshan premises.
When Kazi Nazrul Islam was born in 1899, the rays of Robi (Bangla for sun) had already reached distant corners of Bangla literature. Nazrul himself was a great fan of Rabindranath. Nazrul sent his poem 'Tirtho-Pothik' to Rabindranath expressing his awe and excitement at his writing and for being remembered by him. Rabindranath, in turn, welcomed Nazrul's powerful arrival in Bangla literature and blessed him on the publication of his first bi-weekly literary publication Dhumketu, expressing confidence in Nazrul's ability to banish darkness and awaken people with his writings.