Bhupen Hazarika Age, Death, Wife, Children, Family, Biography & More
Bhupen Hazarika multi-faceted Indian artist who is known as”the uncrowned King” of the North-Eastern region of India’s culture. He was described as an extraordinary individual who could be described as a music composer, poet, and singer, as a journalist, actor, and filmmaker with the highest reputation.
He gave an award called the Bharat Ratna award, which is India’s most prestigious civilian prize in the year 2019. Child prodigy that got noticed by teachers early on, which helped him excel in his talent. Performed lyrics, composed music, and sang for a variety of Assamese, Bengali, and Hindi films that left an indelible impact on Assamese and Indian literature, cinema, and music.
Childhood & Early Life
He was born on the 8th of September 1926, in Sadiya, Assam, British India in India, to Nilakanta, and Shantipriya. He was the oldest of their ten kids. In his early years, the family moved many times before arriving in Tezpur where his talent in music was discovered by Jyotiprasad Agarwala, a renowned Assamese poet, as well as Bishnu Prasad Rabhawho is known as an Assamese artist.
With his mentors, he went to Kolkata in 1936. He recorded his first song with his instructors in Kolkata, where he recorded his first song for the Kolkata where they recorded their first song at the Aurora Studio of the Aurora Studio for the Selena Company.
He wrote his song “Bistirno parole” inspired by the themes and imagery of Robeson’s song ‘Ol’ Man River. Wrote additional tracks that were in Indian languages. He was elected in 1955 to work as Director for the Reception Committee of the Third All Assam Conference of the IPTA. He was an instructor at Gauhati University, but he resigned from the post after a few years and relocated to Kolkata.
Bhupen Hazarika Awards
He has received numerous awards under his name, including Padma Vibhushan (2012 posthumously), Bharat Ratna (2019-posthumously), Padma Shri (1997), DadaSaheb Phalke Award (1992), Padma Bhushan (2001), Sangeet Natak Akademi Fellowship (2018), Asom Ratna (2009) and Friends of Liberation War Honour (2011).
Awards and Honors
|Bharat Ratna (posthumous)||2019|
|Asom Ratna Award (Highest honor and award of the Government of Assam)||2009|
|Dadasaheb Phalke Award||1992|
|Sangeet Natak Akademi Award||1987|
|National Award for Best Music Director (film Chameli Memsahab)||1975|
|National Award for Best Assamese Film (for Shakuntala, directed by Bhupen Hazarika)||1961|
Bharat Ratna Bhupen Hazarika
Late Assamese composer and singer honored with India’s top civilian award, Bharat Ratna, by President Ram Nath Kovind today.
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He (8 September 1926 to 5 November 2011) was an Indian playback musician, singer, lyricist poet, actor a politician from Assam well-known by the name Sudha Kontho (meaning”cuckoo” in Assam) which literally means “nectar-throated”).
Autobiography of Bhupen-Hazarika
He was born September 8, 1926, in Sadiya, Assam. The father of He was Nilkanta. His mother was Shantipriya Hazarika.
Bhupen Hazarika Awards 2022
The International Solidarity Award instituted by the Assam This page was last updated on August 16, 2022, at the hour 14:48 (UTC).
Bhupen Hazarika’s Political Career
Member of the Assam Legislative Assembly
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|Body Measurements||Not Yet Update|
|Birth Place||Sadiya Assam Province British India|
|Children||Son: Tej Hazarika|
|Eye Color||Light Brown|
|Height In CM||170 CM|
|Height In Meter||1.70 M|
|Parents||Father: Nilakanta Hazarika
Mother: Shantipriya Hazarika
|Profession||Musician Singer Lyricist Poet Filmmaker|
|Siblings||Brother: Jayanta Hazarika
Sister: Sushma Hazarika
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