Nachiketa releases the song "Ekta Ekusher Lage"

Published : 18 Feb 2024 08:52 PM

The well-known musician Nachiketa Chakraborty recently released his newest song, "Ekta Ekusher Lage," as a moving ode to the historic Ekushey February. This moving musical composition highlights the strong, cross-border ties that exist between West Bengal and Bangladesh.

Collaborating with the talented Sayeeda Shampa, Nachiketa Chakraborty brings to life the evocative lyrics penned by Golam Morshed, complemented by the soulful composition of Antu Golandaz.

The significance of the song resonates deeply with lyricist Golam Morshed, who emphasizes the pride associated with Ekushey, commemorating the sacrifices made for the Bengali language by individuals like Rafiq, Salam, Jabbar, and Barkat. He underscores the importance of creating songs that pay homage to this linguistic heritage.

Expressing his sentiments, Golam Morshed states, "The lyrics of this song are crafted with love. I hope listeners will learn about the significance of Ekushey through this song." He praises Nachiketa's rendition, noting how it enriches the emotional depth of the composition.

Sayeeda Shampa, in admiration of Nachiketa Chakraborty's commitment to socially conscious music, shares her experience of collaborating with him on this project. She remarks, "Nachiketa Da is one of my favorite artists. He always takes the lead in singing socially conscious songs. Both of us have poured our sentiments for Ekushey February into this song."

"Ekta Ekusher Lage" stands as a testament to the enduring spirit of Ekushey February, resonating with audiences across borders and generations and fostering a deeper appreciation for the rich cultural heritage shared by Bangladesh and West Bengal.