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14 May, 2018 01:42:10 AM
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‘Jatiya Rabindra Sangeet Utsab’ held in capital

Mita Haque awarded with BRSS award
DL reporter
‘Jatiya Rabindra Sangeet Utsab’ held in capital

The three-day  ‘30th  Jatiya Rabindra Sangeet Utsab’ concluded on Saturday at the Shawkat Osman Memorial Auditorium of Central Public Library in Shahbag of the capital.

Bangladesh Rabindra Sangeet Shilpi Sangstha (BRSS) organised the event from May 10 to 12 marking the 157th birth anniversary of Nobel laureate poet Rabindranath Tagore.

The objective of the programme was to spread Tagore songs and his philosophy among the new generation.

On the closing day of the three-day event, eminent Rabindra Sangeet singer Mita Haque was awarded with ‘Jatiya Rabindra Sangeet Shilpi Sangstha Sommanona’ for her contribution to Rabindra Sangeet. BRSS president Tapan Mahmud and general secretary Sajed Akbar handed over the award and a cheque to Mita Haque during the closing ceremony on Friday.  

Mita Haque expressed her feelings after receiving the award, “From the beginning, I am a member of this organisation. Due to my illness, I could not sing for the last three years. Now I am inspired once again for this award.”

After the award ceremony, artistes of BRSS rendered notable Tagore’s songs, such as ‘He Natun, Dekha Dik Ar-Bar Jonmer Prothom Shuvokhon’ and ‘Tomar Surer Dhara Jhore Jethay Tari Pare’.

At the event on the concluding day, Sufia Jakaria rendered ‘Bhalobese Jodi Sukh Nahi’, while Aporna Khan  rendered ‘Ami Kebol-e Swapon’, Mita Dey rendered ‘Je Kebol Paliye Beray’, Nusrat Jahan Runa rendered ‘Khanchar Pakhi Chilo Sonar’, Rbita Sabah rendered ‘Sokhi Bhabona Kahare Bole’, Tibu Chowdhury ‘Nay Onyay Janine’, Banani Dutta ‘Oi Janalar Kachhe’, Mahzabin Rohim rendered ‘Tomar Asime Pranmon’ and Sanjida Rahman rendered ‘Godhuli Gogon Meghe’.

Among others, singer Kakoli Goswami, Tomal Chakrabarti, Tapan Mahmud, Anupom Kumar Paal, Khandakar Abul Kalam, Mamun Zahid, Mahadeb Ghosh and Mizanur Rahman also rendered popular Tagore numbers during the solo performance.

Earlier on May 10, noted litterateur Syed Manzoorul Islam inaugurated the three-day festival on the premises of Public Library. 

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