BHARAT RATNA BHUPEN HAZARIKA'S SONG REFLECTS THE UNITY AND HARMONY OF THE PEOPLES OF NORTH EAST INDIAJournal: International Journal of Management (IJM) (Vol.11, No. 10)
Publication Date: 2020-10-31
Authors : Smita Das;
Page : 1307-1312
Keywords : Bharat Ratna Bhupen Hazarika; Song; Unity and Harmony; People; North East India;
The northeastern part of India is a united place of different ethnic groups. This place, which is rich in linguistic, socio-cultural aspects, was formerly known as Bor Assam. In Bor Assam, there are more or less people from all ethnic and linguistic backgrounds, from all language families. Therefore, the social and cultural fabric of this part of India is very diverse. Born in the land of Sankara-Ajan- JyotiVishnu, Bhupen Hazarika is a worthy successor to his mature ideals and consciousness. As a result, Hazarika was attracted by the traditions and culture of the people of the North East in such a way that he felt a spiritual connection with the people of different ethnic groups. Therefore, he was associated with the society of each community and through his songs he tried to improve the unity and harmony among these peoples. Bhupen Hazarika has portrayed the language, culture and simple life of the people of different states of the North East in the midst of the song at different times. The purpose of these songs is to create unity in the mountains and valleys for a long time and to spread the message of harmony in the world. However, Bhupen Hazarika's song below sheds some light on how he tried to break the bonds of unity and harmony through the assimilation of different communities.
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