KOLKATAR GAANWALA PAYS TRIBUTE TO LATE MS. MAHUA LAHIRI - Songoti

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KOLKATAR GAANWALA PAYS TRIBUTE TO LATE MS. MAHUA LAHIRI

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Kolkata : Kolkatar Gaanwala, a fusion band pays musical tribute ‘Acho Tumi Acho’ to Ms Mahua Lahiri, the founder of Asha Audio Company. The song is sung by Dr. Shibaprasad Bhowmik & Sneha. Music arrangement and lyrics is done by Dr. Shibaprasad Bhowmik. Recited by Mr. Nasir Uddin Ahmed The song is now available on YouTube channel and across all music platforms.

The song explains beautifully that though Ms Mahua Lahiri is not alive, but she is still in the heart of every music lover through her work. The video describes the musical journey of Late Ms Mahua Lahiri.

Mahua Lahiri (1965 – 2019), Director of Asha Audio Company, was born on 8th May, 1965 in Kolkata. She was brought up in an environment where Bengali Music was predominant and with time she developed an ear for good music.



She started her career working as an artist and repertoire manager in CBS / Pan Music. To the constant urge to do something new and take on newer challenges she formed Asha Audio Company in 1995. Asha Audio Company was the pioneer of revolution in Bengali Music.  Her zeal to experiment and break the stereotype made her stand apart. Innovative concept and versatility was always been her forte.  Many leading Bollywood singers sung Rabindra Sangeet that became huge hits and landmarks in the respective singers’ career.

Coupled with Singer Usha Utthup Ms Lahiri started ‘Stagecraft’ award for the backstage artists. Maadal, a famous contemporary bangla band, that used to rule by female singers solely promoted by Ms Lahiri.

Ms Mahua Lahiri always encouraged the newcomers. She constantly used to come up with newer albums by new artists to nurture their talents. Asha Audio Company was the first ever company that introduced Bangla Bands music as well as individual performers and uphold them.

Kolkatar Gaanwala- the concept fusion band, has always experimented with new ideas or soundscape.

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