THAKUR BARIR GAAN
The story of the Tagore family conveniently starts with Jayram. His father Panchanan had migrated to Calcutta from the district of Jessore and settled in Govindapur where the Fort William of Calcutta is presently located. Panchanan being of Priest class was called Thakur, later transformed into Tagore because of his association with the foreigners.
The family of Jayram was displaced from their original home by the East India Co. which acquired the land at Govindapur for the shifting of Fort William. The Tagore family then shifted to Pathuriaghata, where they built up their family residence.
Out of the four descendents of Jayram, Nilmani Thakur secured a job under the East India Company and stayed at Cuttack for a long time. After taking retirement from his work Nilmani came to his home at Pathuriaghata but due to some misunderstanding he was compelled to leave the house and built a new home for his family. This new home was constructed at Jorasanko on a plot of land gifted by Baishnab Das Sett in 1784.
01. Aaha Ki ChaaNdini Raat - Rajashree Bhattacharya
02. Aanonde Aakul Sabe - Rajashree Bhattacharya
03. Antarotaro Antarotamo - Srikanta Acharya
04. Tumi Bina Ke Probhu - Srikanta Acharya
05. Asim Rahosyo Maajhe - Abhirup Guhathakurta
06. Din Dayaamay - Abhirup Guhathakurta
07. Deho Gyaan - Swastika Mukhopadhyay
08. Taare Rekho Rekho - Swastika Mukhopadhyay
09. He Bijan Otithi - Srinanda Mukhopadhyay
10. Pathopaashe Mor Rochinu Deul - Srinanda Mukhopadhyay
11. Jaago Sakol Amriter - Swapan Som
12. Keno Bholo Chirosuhride - Debarati Som
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