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Sunday, June 26, 2011

Sambalpuri folk song bags Akashvani Award

The once popular song of ‘Rangabati’ may have faded over the years, but lyricist Mitrabhanu Gauntia’s musical feature ‘Pakhal Khurithi Mahara’ (Poison in the Rice Bowl) bagged the first prize at the Akashvani Annual Award-2010 in farm and home category which was declared on Friday in Delhi.

�The musical feature, produced and directed by D Someya with music score by Prafulla Kumar Mitra, revolves around the need for a

�Second Green Revolution for quality foodgrains and promotion of bio-fertilizers, bio-pesticides and bio-management practices.�� Indiscriminate use of chemical fertilisers and pesticides has adversely affected the land and living beings.

There is residual poison in almost all the food materials and even in the rice bowl, the song conveys.

It aims at creating an awareness through the musical feature so as to reach across a large section of people and leave a lasting impression on them, said D Someya, who dedicated the award to his entire team.

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