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NETV HiFi to air devotional songs of Sushanta Sinha


Pratibha Sinha, Guwahati, Assam

An interview of Sushanta Sinha, Bhajan and Ghazal Singer, will be telecasted by NETV Hi Fi, a Guwahati-based satellite channel, on September 17, 2009 (Thursday) at 08:30 p.m in the programme named “ALAAP”. The interview chronicles his singing career, from his initial days to the place where he is today.

NETV HiFi has recorded 10 bhajans of Sushanta Sinha in its studio. The recorded bhajans will become the part of the daily devotional musical programme named ‘BHAKTI BANDANA” which will be aired on September 12, 2009, at 07:00 am. One song will be included along with other devotional songs of the programme and will be telecasted on the alternate days.

The programme will begin with the devotional song “Mat Kar Tu Abhimaan”. For the fans and well-wishers, the interview of Sushanta Sinha and the series of his bhajans to be telecasted come as an opportunity to know more about the person whom they love so much.

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  1. It's good news for us, and i come to know from some reliable sources that Mr Sushanta Sinha will perform his bhajans and songs in Guwahati at the time of Durga puja but if u let me know details about in which puja pandals he will perform

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  3. Dear Ramendu da,

    It's really happy news for everyone that we are going to get the opportunity to hear bhajans and other songs from Shri Sushanta at Guwahati. For information of all Guwahatians, he will perform his bhajans just after Durga Puja i.e. on 29th September, 2009 in the Sonaram field of Bharolumukh where nowadays Trade Fair for Guwahati is held every year. Time of the programme is not informed yet.

    Details of the programme will informed later on.


  4. Dear Pratibha! really you deserve full credit for breaking up this news.Really there is reason to rejoice for this. I could not believe my eyes as I watched the news on the Lap-top monitor. Convey my best wishes to Sushanta Sinha.

  5. Dear Pratibha ! you deserve full credit for breaking up this news. Really there is reason to rejoice for this. I could not believe my eyes as I watched the news on the Lap-top monitor. Convey my best wishes to Sushanta Sinha.


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