Interview: What did Mrs. Dipika Das say about music fighter Late-Samar Das ?

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Liberation war is our pride. By keeping this pride in heart, present generation will lead the future Bangladesh. But there were many ups and downs in the nine months war. Our freedom has been acquired by the cost of thousands lives of martyrs, our present generation is not the eye witness of that. The students get a chance to know from the elders or by delving the history; which may not be universal. So it is necessary to let each student know the history of liberation war. In that case, it is not enough to observe the Indepence Day on 26 March. All citizens whether young or adult must know the history, preserve it and lead the county forward. Especially we must be aware so that this history may not be distorted. We will listen to an interview with Mrs Dipika Bose, the wife of Late Samar Das, the famous composer and music director and revolutionist music fighter of Liberation War. We will listen to the memories of Samar Das during Liberation War from her.

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Gilbart Sarkar

Gilbart Sarkar

Programme Producer and Singer at Radio Jyoti Bangladesh
I'm singer at National Radio and TV. Like many artists, I'm emotional. I can easily love and believe others.
I'm married and have one lovely daughter. My personal dream is to live an happy life with my family. I'm determined to work among the young generation to change the life of those who are helpless and build them up with my talents.
I love cultural activities, create all kinds of things with my hands. Oh and i should not forget to say that I'm a fan of cricket and football.
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  • Alfred Das

    This interview reminds us of the struggle and sacrifice of millions of braves were killed and massacred during the liberation war of 1971. Samar Das contribution towards the liberation movement is immeasurable. My favorite liberation song composed by Samar Das is “Mago Bhabna Keno, Amra Tomar Shanto Prio Shanto Chele, Tobu Shutro Ela Astro Hata Lorta Gani”. The song was originally recorded in HMV Studio, India and sung by Hemanta Kumar Mukhopadhyay during the 1971 liberation war, and was broadcast from Shadhin Bangla Betar Kendro.https://youtu.be/jpDvXJPwyNU?t=51

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