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Indubala Devi

Indubala Devi

Indubala Devi


Indubala was born to Motilal Bose, owner of Bose's Circus and Rajabala, a trapeze artiste in the same circus at Amritsar, Punjab, India in November,1899.With Motilal losing interest in her mother, Indubala was brought to Calcutta by her mother, Rajabala, who took up the oldest profession in the world to survive. Indu was trained in music by renowned musicians of the day including Gaurisankar Misra, Jamiruddin Khan, Elahi Bux and Miss Gauhar Jan. She Read more on Last.fm
Indubala was born to Motilal Bose, owner of Bose's Circus and Rajabala, a trapeze artiste in the same circus at Amritsar, Punjab, India in November,1899.With Motilal losing interest in her mother, Indubala was brought to Calcutta by her mother, Rajabala, who took up the oldest profession in the world to survive. Indu was trained in music by renowned musicians of the day including Gaurisankar Misra, Jamiruddin Khan, Elahi Bux and Miss Gauhar Jan. She started as an actress in The Rambagan Female Kali Theatre of her mother and soon received calls from the professional stage mainly for singing roles. The Gramophone Company of India also recorded her songs and in the twenties and the two following decades she was one of the most popular record artistes and also made her presence felt on the stage and films.

Her entry into films was with Jamuna Puliney (1933) and she acted, mainly in singing roles in Bengali, Hindi, Urdu, Tamiland Telugu films. She received the Sangeet Natak Academy Award in 1975 and the Gold Disc from HMV in 1976. Although established as a major artiste she never left her original place of residence at Rambagan in the red light areas of Calcutta. She has been active in upliftment for fallen women and was never ashamed to discuss or disclose her origins.

She was generally known as Sangeet Samragyee (an empress of the world of singing). She has been closely associated with poet Kazi Najrul Islam. She died on 30th of November, 1984 after a prolonged illness of a paralytic stroke that kept her confined to bed for some years . Few Track List : ------------------- 1. Orey maajhi 2.

Bou katha kao 3. Jao tumi phire 4. Keu bhole na 5. Kyano aano phulodor 6.

Mor ghumoghore 7. Phaagun raate phuler neshai 8. Shajher paakhira 9. Sokhi balo badhuaare (Source: Facebook Group site - http://te-in.facebook.com/group.php?gid=103588767690 ) Read more on Last.fm.

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