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Lyricist Sujan’s songs receiving admiration

DL Reporter, Dhaka
Lyricist Sujan’s songs receiving admiration

Sujan Hajong, a poet, always sought a bigger canvas to convey his words to the people. His keen urge to connect with the masses embodies his journey of becoming a lyricist from a poet.

He has written patriotic songs to pay tribute to the country.

His patriotic songs are receiving admiration from the audiences after they were released on the SH TV, a channel on the YouTube. His notable songs are ‘Bangladesh’ rendered by Fahmida Nabi, ‘Mago Tumar Koley’ by Samina Chowdhury, ‘Bijoy’ by Susmita Saha and ‘Bangla Ma’ by Priyanka Gope.

Jadu Ritchil has composed the songs while the musical arrangement of most of these songs has been done by Suman Kalyan.

Speaking about his songs, Sujan Hajong said, “Just the way we are indebted to our parents, we owe everything to our country. Such debts, I think, can’t be repaid. However, if one tries to carry out his or her responsibilities with passion and respect, he or she can repay a little of the immense debts.”

“I have written the lyrics by keeping that sense of responsibility in mind. The listeners are happy with my songs. I’m just trying to repay my debt to the country. I’m truly grateful to my listeners. I think we must write more patriotic songs to let the younger generation know more about the country.” l

Photo : jaki zaman

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