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Shah Abdul Karim February 15, 1916 – September 12, 2009 was a Baul musician from Bangladesh He was awarded the 2001 Ekushey Padak for his outstanding musical achievements He also received the Drouhee Kotha-Shahitayk Abdur Rouf Choudhury Award in 2000 He died in Sylhet on 12 September 2009 due to respiratory problems
- 1 Early life
- 2 Personal life
- 3 Works
- 31 Notable songs
- 4 References
- 5 External links
Karim was born on February 15, 1916 in Ujan Dhol village, Derai Thana, in Sunamganj District in Sylhet Division He didn't go to School and was a cowboy at a very early age Growing up in poverty, he started expressing his thoughts and emotions musically from a very early age The ektara, a traditional single-stringed instrument, has been his constant companion However, poverty forced him to seek work in agricultural labor As he was growing up, he received training in spiritual and Baul music from Shah Ibrahim Mastan Baksh Mastan was from Sreepur Peer Mohol He was banned from the society and left his village for an unknown journey His song speaks about the raw human emotion, anarchy in the society, God, and the hardships of the impoverished life After his long struggle, he came to the mass audience in the 90s through his mesmerizing public performances in Dhaka University
Shah Abdul Karim he had a son named Shah Nur Jalal
Karim wrote and composed over 1500 songs These songs are organized in six books: Aftab Sangeet, Gano Sangeet, Kalnir Dheu, Dholmela, Bhatir Chithi and Kalnir Kooley The Bangla Academy has translated ten of his songs into the English language
- Jhil Mil Jhil Mil Kore re
- Bonde Maya Lagaise
- Ashi Bole Gelo Bondhu
- Kano Piritee Barailarey Bondhu
- Gari Cholena Cholena
- Ami Koolhara Kolonkini
- Agey Ki Shundor Din Kataitham
- Ami Tomar Koler Gari
- Shokhi Kunjo Shajao
- Ailai Na Ailai Na
- Boshonto Batashey
- Krishno Aila Radhar Kunje
- Tumi bine akul poran
- Ager Bahaduri Ekhon Gelo Koi
- Periti Modur milona
- Ar Kichu Chay Na Mone Gaan Chara
- Notun preme mon mojaia korilam ki mosto vul
- Murshid dhono he kemone chinibo tomare
- Bondhure koi pabo shokhi go
- Mon Mojale Ore Bawla Gan
- Shokhi tora prem koriona
- ^ a b "Shah Abdul Karim's 97th birth anniversary celebrated" The Daily Star 2013-02-17 Retrieved 2013-02-17
- ^ "'Baul Samrat' Abdul Karim laid to rest" The Daily Star 13 September 2009 Retrieved 24 September 2009
- ^ Karim Waheed 2006-05-18 "Musical tribute to a living legend -- Shah Abdul Karim" The Daily Star Retrieved 2013-02-17
- Website on Shah Abdul Karim
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