O Mur Apunar Desh
Fri, 2019-Aug-09 00:48 UTC
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O Mor Aponar Desh (অ’ মোৰ আপোনাৰ দেশ Assamese pronunciation: [o mʊɹ apʊnaɹ dɛx] in Assamese) is the state song of Assam, India. It was written by Lakshminath Bezbarua (Lokhminath Bezborüwa) and attuned by Kamala Prasad Agarwala. The song itself is from among the finest poems created by Laxminath Bezbaroa. It was first published in 1909 in an Assamese magazine named Bahi ("flute"). It was officially adopted as the Assam's state song in 1927 at asom chatrô sônmilôn ("Assam Student Conference") held in Tezpur. The song is also included in Kadamkali authored by Bezbaroa. It is the most popular Assamese patriotic song of all time . The song has now translated version in other languages / dialects of the North East India.
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