Evening Entertainment

Evening Entertainment

We have a place this place name is Water Plate were evening time we showing there live boul song & the stage name is Baul kuthir. Folk songs- more than any other music plays a vital role in Bengali music. These songs are composed with simple words containing the deeper meaning about Creator, creation, religion, philosophy, etc, are sung with country made simple instruments like Ektara (single string), Dotara (two strings) and bamboo made flute. The prominent singers of folk songs are Lalon Fokir, Hason Raja, Nazrul Islam, Abbas Uddin and many others.

Baul is the most common folk song of Bangladesh. Lalon, known as Lalon Fakir, Lalon Sain, Lalon Shah and Baul king introduced the folk song in Kushtia, Bangladesh which is also called Lalon Geeti. He was not only a singer but a spiritual writer, social reformer, composer and a philosopher, considered as an icon of Bengali culture. He inspired many song lovers, the poets and thinkers like Rabindranath, Nazrul Islam including Allen Ginsberg and Albert. Lalon was placed at number 12 in the BBC’s poll of the Greatest Bengali of All Time in 2004.

There are two classes of Bauls: ascetic Bauls who reject family life and Bauls who live with their families. Ascetic Bauls renounce family life and society and survive on alms. They have no fixed dwelling place, but move from one akhda to another. Men wear white lungis and long, white tunics; women wear white saris. They carry a jhola or shoulder bag for alms. They do not beget or rear children. They are treated as jyante mara or outcastes. Women, dedicated to the service of ascetics, are known as sevadasis. A male Baul can have one or more sevadasis, who are associated with him in the act of devotion. Until 1976 the district of Kushtia had 252 ascetic Bauls. In 1982-83 the number rose to 905; in 2000, they numbered about 5,000.
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