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Bithi Sinha begged the first position in Golden Voice of Barak competition


Bishnupriya Manipuri girls are coming forward and are proving their mettle. In a recently held mega final competition Golden Voice of Barak programme it was very much visible. Bithi Sinha begged the first position in the closely contested competition. In the same platform, the third position was shared by Manjula Sinha (of Patherkandi, Assam) and Chandrani Sharma. 

The mega finale competition was inaugurated by President Mrs Sushmita Dev; Saptaparna Chakroborty of Sa-Re-Ga-Ma fame and well known singer Sivaji Chatterjee were in judges’ chair. 

With the success of musical shows on the Indian television, talent hunt shows are widely used to give a platform to singers to showcase their talent. The trend is catching and is being accepted by upcoming singers to bring out their singing talent.

Sa-Re-Ga-Ma is one successful musical show running in Zee TV which has produced singers of repute like Shreya Ghosal and Kunal Ghanjawala. Other similar musical programmes on the same format are running in almost all entertainment channels. 

Thanks: Bijit Sarma



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  1. A big round of applauds to Bithi Sinha and Manjula Sinha for their achievement. You people are the prouds of us and the community.Your achievement can ignite the hidden talents of our women section. Most importantly, our orthodox and conservative bujons who have negative attitude towards the credibility and competetiveness of BM women will get a lesson from it.

    Bishnupriya Manipuri jeleir joi
    Bishnupriya Manipurir joi
    Sadhu Babar joi

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  2. Best wishes for winners.My request,don't be carried away by the achievements you have now.Go on learning nd learning.Here I would like to give an example: one young man,who is related to me from Bhakatpur won the first round in SA RE GA MA PA nd washed out in 2nd round,came to me and told me 'Dadu! I m going to Silchar to attend a press conference.I could very well understand exactly what was he up to.That's why I cautioned u.

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  3. Wow, thats an incredible news from an indcredible Bishnupriya Manipuri gal. Kudos to Bithi and hope to see her on a national tv chanel soon. keep it up.

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  4. dear rishi,

    sending a link of a video song sang by indrani sarma in a bhujpuri album 'kabb aeeba hey pardeshi' of T-series.
    she is from guwahati.grand daughter of sri Nilamadhab mukherjee.

    pls enjoy the song.

    http://www.indyarocks.com/videos/videos_myvideos.php

    bipul
    mumbai

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