Munham’s new rendition – touching hearts

By A O News Service

ITANAGAR, May 30: Arunachal Pradesh noted singer Nachat Munham’s new rendition – ajanabi kaun ho tum – doing rounds in her YouTube to touch hearts of song lovers.

“The so called Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao campaign to generate awareness against prevailing system and female foeticide deaths to boost welfare of girls in India has remained a slogan only, for which I am first to conceive and sing Women of India song with composer/lyrisit Sumit Acharya and videographer Mahesh Dutta Kalita,” she said.

Her Hindi song Women of India was released and uploaded to her YouTube in Delhi on 01.02.21, as many artist promoters when approached had said that they would prefer to mentor celebrities of film industry whose charge would begin from Rs two lakh.

In fact, Munham has been singing since childhood without any formal training, particularly in AIR Dibrgarh and Itanagar stations since 1993. Shem, after audition in 2005, become B-High grade singer (B, B-High, A and Top categories). “But, I sustain myself as a state Govt employee,” she told this daily over telephone.

Born in Senua village of remote Longding district, her scintillating voice hardly gives an impression that she is an Arunachalee, but Munham, perhaps is the lone multi-lingual inborn singer of the state.

She had taken part in 2005 NE Idol, 2009 NE Sare Gama Pa and 2012 Indian Ido. She rose to limelight in 2018 with the release of her Assamese music album – Sui Sa – by prominent Assamese artiste Surjya Das at Guwahati. She had sung with famous singer Zubeen Garg in the six-song album penned by Chandan Kalita.

“I am yet to achieve what I desire. I shall continue my journey till my goal is reached,” she added.

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