Google Doodle Honours Music Maestro Bhupen Hazarika on his 96th Birth Anniversary
Google Doodle today praises the 96th birth commemoration of Dr. Bhupen Hazarika, an acclaimed Assamese-Indian artist,
writer and movie producer who made music for many movies. Brought into the world on 8 September 1926 in Sadiya locale of Assam,
Bhupen Hazarika was the oldest of ten kin of Nilakanta and Shantipriya Hazarika.
As a youngster, Hazarika grew up encompassed by melodies and classic stories about existence along the strong Brahmaputra waterway.
Later he was otherwise called 'The Minstrel of Brahmaputra'. Dr Hazarika was one of upper east India's driving socio-social reformers,
whose manifestations and sytheses joined individuals from varying backgrounds.
Represented by Mumbai-based visitor craftsman Rutuja Mali, the fine art observes Hazarika's work to promote Assamese film and society music.
Early on, Hazarika's melodic gifts pulled in the consideration of prestigious Assamese lyricist, Jyotiprasad Agarwala, and producer,
The two doyens of Assam's rich social history. They assisted Hazarika with recording his most memorable tune, which sent off his music vocation at 10 years of age.