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Purnimar Junak, a video album released


Pratibha Sinha, Guwahati

“Purnimar Junak”, a Bishnupriya Manipuri video album produced by CK Production, Karimganj (Assam) was released recently in a Raas Purnima programme held at Kamalpur (Tripura). Bijoy Laxmi Singha, former Industry and Commerce (Handloom, Handicraft and Sericulture) and OBC Welfare Minister of Tripura, released it.

View Purnimar Junak in You Tube

Lyrics and tune of the songs is given by Chandrakanti Sinha. He had earlier released 8 audio CDs of self-written lyrics consisting of 48 Bishnupriya Manipuri songs.

Preeti Sinha has given her voice in the album. She is an approved artist of Doordarshan Kendra, Silchar and a folk singer in the All India Radio. The singer’s earlier recording is “Khalkoriya Chaik”, produced by Chandrakanti Sinha.

The album is videographed and edited by Subhendu Sinha, Guwahati; and it is directed by Ashutosh Sinha (Ravi), Devadas assisted him. Music arranged by Janmi Das.

Other artists performed in the album are Nandita, Supriya, Konica, Jasmine, Jharna, Bhaskar, Bishwa, Vicky and Kamal.

The video album is available@ Rs. 65/- at the following contacts:-

Chandrakanti Sinha, Dullabcherra - 09435377384
Subhendu Sinha, Guwahati - 09859181457
Asutosh Sinha(Ravi), Guwahati - 09864106524

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