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'TENI DA' Returns (Bengali Theatre)

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Good News for all the fans of Teni da and Narayan Gangopadhyay. Oikyo Natyo Goshti is bringing back the charm of Teni da to the people of Calcutta. 

Hinduism Conference in Washington DC to answer questions about Hinduism and Hindu issues - Live Broadcast from the Hindu Meet


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Image via WikipediaWashington, DC, June 13, 2011 (Washington Bangla Radio) A Hinduism Summit (Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha) will be held in the Cultural Hall of Durga Temple of Virginia in the Washington DC Metropolitan area on Saturday, 18th June 2011 (Jyeshth Krushna Trutiya, Kaliyug year 5113 as per the Hindu calendar).  This unique event will commence with Vedic recitations, lighting of an auspicious oil lamp and blowing of a conch in the tradition of Hinduism.  The Hinduism Summit will be organized by non-profit Hindu organizations, Durga Temple of Virginia and Forum for Hindu Awakening.

The Hinduism Summit will feature insightful presentations aimed at creating an understanding about Hinduism concepts, like the ‘hierarchy from the unmanifest Supreme God to the manifest God, Incarnations and Deities,’ and issues faced by Hindus, like denigration and genocide.  It will highlight Hinduism’s practical solutions like the simple Agnihotra sacrificial fire for current problems like nuclear fallouts.

LIVE Broadcast - watch live video stream from the event via Washington Bangla Radio.


Kolkata Bangla Band KALPASHABDA Explores Sounds of Ethnic Folk Instruments of Bengal (Interview & Live Concert)

By Hirak Bhattacharyya

[KALPASHABDA Kolkata Bangla Band]Calcutta, March 31, 2011 (Washington Bangla Radio) Kalpashabda are a five-member Bengali folk-fusion music group (the term "band" is often used in Calcutta for such groups for unknown reasons) from Kolkata. With the help of their artistry in a traditional folk posture, the group has successfully created melodious and mysterious symphonic tunes.

Watch an exclusive video interview and Kalpashabda live performance via Washington Bangla Radio.


Interview: Award-Winning Director Aniruddha Roychowdhury Talks About Bengali Film APARAJITA TUMI (2011)

Michigan, March 2, 2011: Mr Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury is a respected name in the World of Cinema. His first two films Anuranan (resonance) and Antaheen (the endless wait) have been widely accepted by the audience worldwide and have even been bestowed the national film award in India. His films talk about life and human relationships that people from all spheres of life can relate to…today, Mr. Roychowdhury or Tony da, as he is lovingly called by all, has kindly agreed to spare a couple of minutes from his busy schedule and talk about his upcoming film Aparajita (the undefeated) to WBRi.

Indian Idol 4 Stars Rajdeep and Torsha Rock Washington DC | Sanskriti DC Durga Puja 2010

Indian_idol_logoGermantown, MD, Nov 19, 2010 (Washington Bangla Radio) Young, beautiful and talented singer Torsha Sarkar from Bhagalpur came in third in India Idol 4 aired on Sony TV Channel in India from fall of 2008 to spring of 2009. Rajdeep Chatterjee from Jamshedpur also participated successfully in the 4th season of Indian Idol.

Rajdeep and Torsha performed live at the 2010 Durga Puja event organized by Sanskriti Bengali association of Washington DC Metro area. Sanskriti is one of the oldest Bengali associations in the United States.

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Indian Idol is an adaptation of the Pop Idol format. It started airing in India with the first season in 2004-2005 and followed that with second (2005–2006), third (2007) and fourth (2008–2009) seasons. In February 2010, Sony Entertainment Television announced the launch of the Fifth season.

Watch a video recording captured using a crappy cell-phone camera of live performance of Rajdeep and Torsha and the spectacularly spontaneous audience reaction of Washington DC Bengalis exclusively on Washington Bangla Radio.


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