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    • Old Assamese Movie Songs

    • Description: Tune to evergreen songs from classic assamese movies such as Natun Aakha, Sikmik Bijuli, Chameli Memsaab, Bonhonkho, Dharmakai, Maniram Dewan, Mukuta, Hantan, Buwari, Aranya etc. The evergreen hits are vocalised by the legends of Assamese music such as Dr. Bhupen Hazarika, Dilip Sharma, Jayanta Hazarika, Archana Mahanta, Khagen Mahanta, Rituparna Sharma, Manisha Hazarika, Mohd. Rafi, Pulak Banerjee etc.
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    • Singer: Dr. Bhupen Hazarika

    • Description: Dr. Bhupen Hazarika (8th September 1926 - 5th November 2011) was an Indian singer, composer, lyricist, music director, and filmmaker from Assam, a state in the north-eastern part of India.
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    • Dilip and Sudakshina Sarma

    • Description: The couple has been born into a legacy. And, both have dedicated themselves to the cause. For they have taken up the mantle of cultural sentinels, working silently and more often than not behind the scenes. Across the length and breadth of Assam have they crisscrossed, broadcasting the heritage bequeathed to them by Rupkonwar Jyotiprasad Agarwalla and Kalaguru Bishnu Prasad Rabha. It is therefore in the fitness of things, albeit a bit belatedly, that the septuagenarian Dilip Sarma and his beloved, the sexagenarian Sudakshina Sarma, have been jointly honoured with the Sangeet Natak Akademi award for the year 2002 in recognition of their contributions to the research and practice of the State’s folk music and Jyoti Sangeet. In fact, this is for the maiden time that a couple has been accorded this honour simultaneously.
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    • Singer: Dipali Barthakur

    • Description: The nightingle of Assam, Dipali Borthakur known for her evergreen tracks 'Sunor Kharu Nalage Muk', Chenai Moi Jau', 'Joubone Amoni Kore Chenaidhon' created sensation among the music lovers of Assam in late 50's and 60's. However her musical career was short-lived, but still today her tracks brings back old memories fresh among the vintage music lovers.
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    • Singer: Dolly Ghosh

    • Description: Dolly Ghosh is a modern Assamese singer known for her melodious voice. Her song "Asomee Aaire Lalita Palita" was penned by Dr. Bhupen Hazarika. Some of her popular songs are "Ei Bihure Uruka Nisha", "Nahar Phula Bataratey Mor", "Regha Diba Lagey Jadi","Bhal Lage", "Akashar Rangbor", "Doroira Banhiti Baji Thako", "Jhilmil Rodalite", "Nahar Philibor" etc.
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    • Singer: Dwipen Baruah

    • Description: Dwipen Baruah is one of the most melodious singer of Assam and can be considered as the harbinger of pop and retro music in the Assamese music world. He started his career by giving his voice to the popular movie Dr. Bezbaruah in 1969. He is best known for the tracks such as Eikhone Gaon, Ekhon Nedekha Nodir Hipare, Jilika Jiliki, Ki Nam Di Matim, Moina Kun Bidhata.
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    • Singer: Jayanta Hazarika

    • Description: Jayanta Hazarika (September 20, 1943) - The most melodious singer and composer in the world of Assamese music.
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    • Singer: Malabika Bora

    • Description: Malabika Bora is a Assamese singer. She was born in Golaghat. While in college, she started singing on All India Radio.
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    • Singer: Pulak Banerjee

    • Description: Pulak Banerjee started his music career in All India Radio, Guwahati in 1969. He lended his voice for movies such as Duronir Rong, Srimoti Mohimamoyee, Sewali, Ponakon, Maa, Sonskaar, Mon etc. His popular tracks are  Akash Jetiya Sondhyatoraye, Phoolor Ei Melate, Tumi Onek Kothai, Phoolor Dore Morohi Jowa etc.
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    • Singer: Nilima Khatoon

    • Description: Nilima Khatoon is a modern Assamese singer. She started her career right from her college days in Rangia in 1967.
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    • Singer: Dr. Sangita Kakati

    • Description: Dr. Sangita Kakati is one of those rare new generation singers who has sung in duet with Dr. Bhupen Hazarika. An achiever both in academics and on the musical front, Sangita Kakati was born in Chaygaon, to Dr. Surendra Narayan Kakati, and Anjali Kakati. Over the last fifteen years she has rendered her voice into more than eight hundred audio albums, in Asomiya, Bengali, Oriya, Sanskrit, Hindi, Urdu, Marathi, Bodo and Karbi languages, apart from Goalpariya Lokageet (although she hasn’t done any album till date, she is interested in working on the same in the future). Some of her abums include - ‘Protikhya’, ‘Aparup’, ‘Jahnavi’, ‘Sangita’, ‘Sirojugamiya Geet’.