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December 1998 to December 2003. His father was originally from Nazira, a town located in Sivasagar district. Bhupen Hazarika spent his early childhood. In 1936, Bhupen Hazarika accompanied them to Kolkata where he recorded his first song at the Aurora Studio for the Selona Company.

His association with the icons of Assamese Culture at Tezpur was the beginning of his artistic growth and credentials. Tezpur High School in 1940. Proposals for Preparing India’s Basic Education to use Audio-Visual Techniques in Adult Education”. Being inspired from some other foreign ones, he also composed several other songs in Indian languages. At Columbia University, he met Priyamvada Patel, whom he married in 1950. Secretary of the Reception Committee of the Third All Assam Conference of IPTA, held in Guwahati in 1955.

Tej Hazarika and published by Cool Grove Press will be available in the US in days. But after a few years, he left the job and went to Kolkata where he established himself as a successful music director and singer. He was also considered as a new trend setter in Bengali music. 1990’s is thought to be influenced by Hazarika. Bhupen Hazarika composed music for films from Bangladesh too which got international acclaim. In 1967, Hazarika got elected as a member of Assam Assembly from Nauboicha constituency.

Dom’ community making it as a musician of note, and kept him away from the upper-caste Brahmin woman he had loved. Eventually, when the spirited Hazarika did marry, it was to a Brahmin woman, his revenge of sorts against a caste-ridden society. Subsequently, Lajmi began assisting him professionally and personally till the end of his life. Bhupen Hazarika mainly concentrated on Hindi films, most of which were directed by Kalpana Lajmi. Many of his earlier songs were re-written in Hindi and used as played-back songs in these films.

These songs tried to cater to the Hindi film milieu and their social activist lyrics were browbeaten into the lowest common denominator. He died of multi-organ failure on 5 November 2011. His funeral was attended by an estimated half a million people. New York City in the early 1950s. Ol’ Man River sung by Paul Robeson. 1986 at his Nizarapar residence in Guwahati city. Chief Assistant Director of this film.

During the next two decades, the joint directors Late Bora and Deka shot him live for the film during his various public performances all over India, as well as many private moments in his domestic and social life. Arnab Jan Deka also extensively interviewed him regarding his life and its creative aspects for the film, which had been recorded during their joint travel to different metropolises and remote corners of Assam and rest of India. The film was targeted for public release during the lifetime of Dr Bhupen Hazarika in 2008. But, the production was halted after sudden demise of one of the Co-Directors Waesqurni Bora in November 2008. Eventually, after the death of Dr Hazarika, the film’s subject, the surviving Co-Director Arnab Jan Deka is currently carrying out necessary works to finish the film at the earliest and release for public consumption in several language versions including English, Assamese, Bengali and Hindi, with support from Late Waesqurni Bora’s widowed wife Nazma Begum and Dr Hazarika’s bereaved family members including his wife Priyam Hazarika and Tej Hazarika. Lifetime Achievement in the year 2002, Kolkata.