Biggest festival of Bengal, Durga Puja, though has been celebrated silently with prayers this year because of the pandemic which has shaken the whole world. London based Bengali Singer Rubayyat Jahan, though has launched her tribute in the form of a song, “Eseche Durga Maa”.
For Rubayyat, Durga Puja is a festival of unity and love, a festival which amalgamates humanity. This song is dedicated to her childhood friend Munni who resides in Kolkata.
Speaking to News Sense, Rubayyat said, “Inspite of being a London resident, the festival inspires her, as, it accompanies people together irrespective of their caste and creed.” The song has been launched online and it is streaming successfully with over 7.9K views.
Born and brought up in Chattogram, Bangladesh, Rubayyat Jahan stepped into the music world, with her parents support at a very tender age of 8. With the passing years, she nourished herself into the singing career, which churned into a long run profession of 17 years.
Being a professional singer, she is versatile as well as flexible considering herself to fit into any genre of music. She has performed at Asian festivals in the UK and has also been featuring on British Asian television channels. As far as best performance is bothered, she tends to rectify her own flaws efficiently for next best performance.
The singer made her single debut with the songs “Meri Pardesi Babu”, “Tomake Bhalobasheo Amar Desh”, and “Dhonno Ami Dhonno Mago” in the years 2013, 2014 and 2015 respectively.
Presently Jahan is working on few songs which will be composed on vernacular languages. Thus, this proves, staying in abroad fails to steal the cultural roots from where one originally belongs . Hence, Rubayyat, still struggles and fights back to create her mark in the industry. This spirit can make a person bring off milestones and make life ceaseless.