Vocalist Sangeeta Chamuah
Born in a family of folk musicians of Assam, Sangeeta is gifted with musical talent. She took her initial training in Vocal under her father Shri Gandheswar Chamuah. She was further molded in the art under the tutelage of Late Laxmi Saikia and then from renowned Violinist Pandit Bidyut Kumar Mishra and also from famous violinist Dr. V. Balaji of Varanasi.,
Sangeeta has a distinguished style which is a colorful blending of Gayaki techniques. Her style is marked for deep and soulful alaap, followed by gradual and formidable sargam, gamak and intricate and fast taans, all the while maintaining the gravity and purity of the raga.
She has enthralled the audience with her remarkable performances in various places throughout India. She is Master of Music in Hindustani Classical Vocal as well as Master Of English. Sangeeta has been honored various medals and awards includingYoung Artist’s Scholarship from Ministry of Culture. and Gold medal from the Allahabad Nehru Gram Bharti University in her M. Music final.
She is a Bhajan artist in AIR. She also performs Ghazals, Modern songs and composes different types of songs.
The festival which she has rendered with her recitals are- Times of India's Sanskruti Arts Festival(Mumbai), Sangit Pratibha in Gwalior, organized by Sangeet Natak Academy, Jadavpur University, DR. Pushparanjan Dey Memorial Music Festival, Kolkata , Maa Ghantasuni Classical Music Concert, Titlagarh, Bhubaneshwar Music Circle Concert, Govt. college of Music and Performing Art ,Orissa Sangeet Madhuri Festival, Assam, etc.
Recently Sangeeta has launched her solo album called Deva Stuti in Bandra west which is unveiled by none other than the living legend Anup Jalota among other known dignitaries. Sangeeta has been praised for her unique singing by Anup Jalota himself and he wished her more power to take her motherland one step ahead in the field of Spiritual singing.
22 Dec 2017 - 12:26pm | AT News
New Delhi: An AGP delegation is meeting Union home minister Rajnath Singh opposing the Centre’s decision to grant citizenship to the Hindu immigrants saying that Assam can’t afford to take extra burden. The regional party, which is one of the coalition partner of the BJP-led government took opinion from top thinkers and journalists in Guwahati on Thursday before leaving for New Delhi.
Talking to Assam Times in the capital before the date with Rajnath Singh, a senior party leader said the regional party is vertically divided over its alliance with BJP.Barring the two enjoying the cabinet berths, all top leaders want BJP to be dumped saying that it would have a negative impact on the party’s prospect.
“Our party started regaining confidence. We got a fresh leash of life. But if we stick to power even after compromising the Assam Accord the people won’t excuse us any more. Better we should pull out,” said the leader.But the party president Atul Bora who is also a cabinet minister has been saying that they would oppose the BJP’s deal even from inside the government.
He said,”where we are working is not important. But what we are doing is noticeable. We would be with the government with the mandate of the people but would keep opposing it.”
11 Apr 2015 - 10:09am | Hantigiri Narzary
Counting to the 40 member the BTC council election going on starting from 8 am this morning amidth tight security in the four districts.
In Kokrajhar,the counting halls were arranged in three sub-divisions at Kokrajhar,Gossaigaon and Parbatjhora in a vigil security.
Expected that final declaration of the results to the council would be announced by 6 pm.
30 Oct 2009 - 2:18am | Jayanta Kumar Das
A five day community yoga camp was organized at Sri Bhagawat Mandir premises Kalaigaon from 24 to 28 October 2009.The camp was organized by Bigyananda Yogashram Sangha,Kalaigaon branch in association with central committee of the Sangha, Mangaldai. The camp well attended by more than 500 people (including 200 woman and girls) was inaugurated on the morning of October 24 by D.N.Hazarika,Circle Officer i/c Kalaigaon revenue Circle. In his inaugural speech, Hazarika thanked the organizers for the arrangement of the camp and said that it was a matter of pride to see hundreds of youths in the yoga camp.The community yoga camp was conducted by Yoga Guru Hiranya Garva, by 15 boys and 12 girls yoga teachers.
Yoga and Naturopathy expert Chandana Bharati told this scribe that several Asanas,Pranamayas and Kriyas had been taught during the camp days to be followed later. She said that exercise of the eyes, laughing therapy and meditation played vital roles for a healthy life.Yoga Guru Hiranya Garva gave a few naturopathy tips to the people ,who had attended the camp.
The closing ceremony of the yoga camp was held on October 28 at 6 am.Mahesh Deka ,secretary of Bigyananda Yogashram Sangha, Kalaigaon branchanchored the proceeding of the closing ceremony and thanked all who had attended the camp. On the occasion,Yoga Guru Hiranya Garva was felicitated with a gamocha and a citation letter for his mission of charity.In his replying speech, Yogaguru thanked nonagenarian freedom fighter and social worker of Kalaigaon Sevashram Pani Ram Das, who had donated two bighas of land worth Rupees ten lakhs at Kalaigaon for the establishment of a Yoga treatment centre at Kalaigaon.
A few patients suffering from chronic diseases also addressed the gathering saying that they had been feeling better after practicing yoga, meditation .and naturopathy.A few difficult yoga asanas had also been demonstrated by the members of the Sangha headed by Chandana Bharati.The closing ceremony was also addressed by a few dignitaries including BPF central secretary Jagadish Sarkar ;Keshab Deka,MCLA,BTC ;Arun Sarma,president Kalaigaon AASU ;social worker Mahendra Saikia and journalist Tankeswar Barua.