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A whole year of festivals, gigs and tours has been thrown into doubt as the whole world has come to standstill due to worldwide Corona pandemic. As with many sectors, music and live entertainment have been severely impacted by the global coronavirus pandemic. The worldwide concert industry now in a flux. There’s still a great deal of uncertainty as to what impact the coronavirus pandemic will have on our cultural life. The coronavirus disruption has created a volatile environment for artists, musicians, song writers and producers on every level.

But Corona Pandemic could not quarantine Bong Haat and Sur Swarang from celebrating শুভ নববর্ষ ১৪২৭ Subho Noboborsho 1427 digitally for the music loving Bengali people globally. Yes. Bong Haat celebrated Bengali New Year 1427 with the help of technology though FB Live program “Ek Fusion Sahdhya” এক ফিউশন সন্ধ্যা on 14th April 2020 at 8:00 PM IST through its Facebook Page.

Through this unique program, I believe, we could live upto the expectations of the audience.

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Indranil Mukherjee is an extremely professional artist, an entertainer to the core and his music speaks volumes when he plays with the disc and the music.

He has collaborated with Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, Tamil, English and German music industry and has many popular remixes to his credit. He has mesmerized crowds globally and music lovers have always had their evening’s excitement and thrill up to the last minute of his show. He is one of the best DJs in Switzerland. He is a Bong at heart, from Uttarpara in Hooghly district in West Bengal, India.

In an exclusive interaction with Shruti Banerjee, DJ Indra revealed some of the facts which will surely motivate & entertain you and make you feel proud as a Bengali.

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PRANABDA Joins League Of BHARAT Ratnas

August 9, 2019 11:50:40 AM IST

Bong community has hailed presentation of Bharat Ratna award to former President Pranab Kumar Mukherjee by his immediate successor Ram Nath Kovind at a ceremony held in the hallowed Rashtrapati Bhawan on August 8. India’s highest civilian honour after a gap of four years, was also awarded posthumously to Dr Bhupen Hazarika, legendary singer-composer, and eminent social reformer Nanaji Deshmukh. Bharat Ratna was first institutionalized in 1954. Mukherjee, 84, is the fifth Bong to have become recipient of the prestigious award in recognition of his exceptional service of the highest order in a field of human endeavour and public service.

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Comment | Posted By Pranab Kumar Chakravarty

DURGA Puja Nominated For UNESCO recognition

April 6, 2019 3:35:26 PM IST

EVERY Bong has reason to feel elated as the Paris headquartered UNSECO is considering India’s plea for recognizing Durga Puja held annually in September –October for protection and preservation. Kolkata’s Durga Puja is India’s official nomination for UNESCO’s 2020 list of cultural institutions that requires protection and preservation. This view has been conveyed by Sangeet Natak Akademi under the Union Ministry for Culture to The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation. Durga Puja, a ‘conglomeration of different cultures’ is India’s choice for its 2020 update. Professor Tapati Guha Thakurta led research team which has scripted the nomination dossier, has opined that “Kolkata’s Durga Puja has developed a special artistic profile which no other festival has with modern artists and designers coming together to produce a new urban art. This gives it a unique dimension.”Read More
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CONTROVERSIAL Author -feminist Taslima Nasrin’s dream to have a glimpse at Ellora and Ajanta Caves in Maharashtra’s Aurangabad district was shattered by fanatics. Soon after her flight from New Delhi landed in Aurangabad on July 29, some senior officials met her and explained to her the "sensitive situation outside the airport and the hotel" due to a demonstration being held by AIMIM. The author, who is accorded tight security globally, was granted the option to step out and continue with her trip or return, and she reluctantly opted to take the next flight to Mumbai. The visit cancellation triggered a volley of reactions on the social media which she countered by saying: "Can any of them tell what I wrote about the Prophet? They can't because they haven't read my books.

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