Anindita Paul’s new album Tumar Prashangshat…in thy praise

Anindita Paul - Tomar Prashangshat-Assamese-SingerAnindita Paul, a familiar name in the Assamese music scene, is ready with her new solo album ‘Tumar Prashangshat…in thy praise’, an album very close to her heart for the immense dedication and hardwork which has gone into making the album a grand success.

Anindita is well-known for her popular songs Bilot Tirebirai Podumor Pahi Oye and Kor Ejak Hopun Jen, some classic Assamese songs which has been well acclaimed by everyone and has helped her carve an identity for herself in the Assamese music industry.

Tumar Prashangshat, music composed by Utpal Sharma, is an attempt to experiment and give a new dimension to her voice. The title is a tribute to everyone who directly or indirectly contributed to the making of the album, for making her what she is today, a gesture of gratitude towards everything which had an influence in her life. Through her voice and songs, she has paid tribute to all those who supported and encouraged her in the journey towards music. God, for giving her a voice to sing, parents who are her utmost inspiration, husband who encourages her in the greatest possible ways and the most important person behind the making of the album. She sings praises of all her Gurus namely Shri Dwipen Roy, Pt. Ajoy Chakraborty and Shri Bhavdeep Jaipurwale who had taught her the technicalities and also gave her the knowledge of music. She also sings praises of Late Bibekananda Bhattacharya, Hiren Bhattacharya and Zubeen Garg for their immense contribution in her professional career. She also praises her listeners and well-wishers who remind her every time she sings that she should keep singing for them. The title has been gifted to her by poet Hiren Bhattacharya.

The songs have been composed by Utpal Sharma along with J.P Das, Zubeen Garg, Manas Hazarika and Joi Barua. Internationally acclaimed flutist Naveen Kumar, the player behind all the songs of A.R Rahman is also part of her album as well as India’s noted saxophonist Shyamraj and guitarist Pavan Rasailey.

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