It's probably the worst news in the history of Assam, Dr Bhupen Hazarika is no more. A news very difficult to consume
to all generations of Assamese living anywhere in the world. An artist lost to India and the world whom can never be filled.
The pillar of Assamese culture collapses, we need to take the journey without him from now onwards.
5th November, 2011, 4:37 pm is the moment when the cloud of sorrow showers on every one from Assam, every assamese
across the world. Dr. Bhupen Hazarika, the Maestro, the Legend,
the piller of Assamese art and music passes away at the age of 85. This 85 years will be marked in golden
letters in the Assam's history.
The Pillar of Assamese Culture is No More
Dr Bhupen Hazarika was beyond a legendary personality, but a complete culture. A musician, composer, journalist, film director,
author, the multi facet personality won millions of hearts and influenced the entire Brahmaputra valley. There are very
few such musician in the world whose every song an epic creation. His lyrics had touches of pure love, the true patrotism,
the energy of revolution and the path to change. He is one of the most talented artist human society has ever produced in
this vast planet.
Dr Bhupen Hazarika's work never confined to Assamese language, because its so diffcult to restrict the depth of human
feelings he expressed to a language. His translated version of various songs to Bengali, Hindi, etc considered as master pieces.
Dr. Bhupen Hazarika represented Assam. He is the Assamese personality probably known every Indian. He is one of the most
respected artist of India ever. May be his number of compositions in hindi can be counted on fingers, every one is
considered a never-before creation and unforgettable.
Today every imminent personality of India has shown their tribute to the immortal artists. His material body
may have left this world, but his spirit will continue to inspire millions in the fertile of land of the Barhamputra valley till the mighty river
Millions across the world are grief stricken today. The Assamese residents showing tributes to his spirit by lighting
candles to every house today. The Assam government has declared three days grief. His body will be flown to Guwahati Monday and
will be kept at Judges Field, Guwahati for two days for the public to pay homage.
Every imminent personality of India has shown their grief and tribute to the immortal artists, starting from president and Prime Minsiter of the country.
His material body may have left this world, but his spirit will continue to inspire millions in the fertile of land of the Barhamputra valley till the mighty river
Dr Bhupen Hazarika cannot be depicted in words. He is described most well in his own song favourite to himself: - "Moi Eti Jajabor" (I am an wanderer)
OTHER LINKS ON DR. BHUPEN HAZARIKA
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