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BHAKTIMANJORI - Bishnupriya Manipuri Bhajan VCD album released

By Pratibha Sinha, Guwahati



CK Production released another VCD album – BHAKTIMANJORI on February 27, 2010, in the Central General Assembly of the Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri Mahasabha held at Rudra Singh Sports Complex playground, Super Market, Dispur, Guwahati. The VCD album of Bishnupriya Manipuri Bhajan was released by Gautom Roy, Excise & Border Area Development Minister, Assam.

This Bishnupriya Manipuri Bhajan album is the first VCD of its kind in the voice of Sushanta Sinha, Bhajan and Ghazal Singer. Lyrics written and songs composed by Chandrakanti Sinha and Videography and album edited by Subhendu Sinha. Music of the album is directed by Jonmi Das and Choreographed by Mili Sinha.



The Bhajans in the album are:-
1.Aaine Prabhu Dahawri Tore
2.Hingsha Ninda Nakoria
3.Janomhan Nathaitai Mon
4.Kadawri Kadawri Emaa
5.Aar Koidin Thaitai O Mon
6.Mayar Jote Jota Lagiya
7.Sadhon Bhajan Kundin Oitoi
8.Prabhu Nij Gune Naadle Deha

Album Cover
Album Back Cover

Contacts to get the album-
9435377384, 9859181457, 9864106524, 9435302845, 9678874435, 9436593642

Email to get the copy of the CD at – sushantvoice@gmail.com

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