Lakhya Hira Das
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Lakhyahira Das

Introduction:

“Endhar jugor deepshikha moy

Jiwonor jur loi

Notun prithibi gorhar pothot

Aalok bilam goi”       (Sur setu)

Lakhyahira Das is like a lamp with burning flame of a vast range of life experiences and she shining with immense inspiration.

This lamp has been there for decades, brining light and a ray of hope to this world shrouded in darkness. She, filled with determination, is intent on serving humanity with the blessings of the masses, by illuminating all that is dark and this she does with her light of literature and music.

 

“Gana debater gupon byathar

Muka bhasha paisu sim”

…………………………

“Pujar bedit jiban bilai

Asomik jam puji”

………………..

“Kopalot janatar ashish saani

Jyotir sadhona koru jiwon jini”                                                                                         (Sur setu)

 

Lakhyahira Das has been successful in fulfilling her dreams through her tunes, words, songs and poems. She had started  her life as a poet at the tender age of nine when she penned down her first poem ”Prabhati” in the school magazine. At the age of eighteen, when she was a student of Cotton College, she had her book of songs”prathama” published. Her poems saw light in the famous magazine “Ramdhenu” when she was in her Post-graduate classes. This was the beginning of Lakhyahira Das’s life as a poet and a writer. Since then, she has been moving forward through brightly lit paths and dedicating herself in making mother earth a musical heaven without having to look back even once.

“Aandharor bhangi poth

Aaguwai mur roth

Kiba sunu sudurot

Koto bhaab poranot”

……………………..

“Bhedi poth timiror

Dekhu rup ashimor”

………………………..

“Sei setonar deepshikha joli

Bukur aaroti dhali

Suror sorog rosu

                                                         Matir bukut”                              (Sur setu)

Lakhyahira Das is a known name in the field of education and culture in Assam. She is multitalented, has an attractive personality, romantic character and has the capacity to look at life in a realistic manner.

Parents:

Her father named her Lakhyahira as he was elated to have her as his second child for whom he had great hopes stored for the future.Her father Lalit Chandr Baishya Saud was an able administrative officer and dedicated to the Shankari art and culture. Lakhyahira Das was brought up under the guidance of her music and literature loving father who was equally sincere in his duties. She was encouraged and inspired by her father, who had seen many good signs of prosperity in the family because he was appointed in the administrative service soon after her birth.

Lakhyahira Das’s mother reflected great patience and was a good housewife showing perfection in her weaving skills. Lakhyahira Das lost her mother at the age of eight but the tunes of “gushainam” ai nam, biya nam” which her mother sang so well remained as memories for her.

Lakhyahira Das was born in her father’s parental house in Sualkuchi on 2 February, 1933. She had to move from place to place with her father who worked in different places on transfer and she thus had the opportunity of spending her life in a number of places in Assam.

Education:

Lakhyahira Das started her schooling in Adarsha Prathamik Bidyalaa in Panbazar, Guwahati. She spent her high school days in Tezpur Govt. Girl’s High School, Phuleshwari High School in Sivasagar and Jorhat Govt. High School. She passed out from the school in Jorhat with a first Division securing the highest marks in Assamese. She passed her I.A. examination in1948 from J.B. College, Jorhat by securing the 6th position, getting the highest marks in 3 subjects. She passed her B.A. examination in 1950, securing 3rd position with Distinction marks in Assamese and the highest marks in Education from Gauhati University in 1954 and was awarded a fellowship from the Ministry of Education, Govt. of India. She completed her research work successfully in 1958. She did her Ph.D. from Gauhati University in 1973 and her topic was related to secondary education in  Assam. Her eagerness to learn has made her take up work even after retirement for a D.Lit degree.

Profession:

Her work can be categorized under three heads: Education, Literature and Culture. Very few people have shown such excellence in all the three fields equally. She everything including the patience, effort and dedication needed to make life beautiful and prosperous. She was able to do what she liked and was successful in choosing the profession that gave her scope to do the work she had interest in.

Professional life:

Lakhyahira Das started her career as a Lecturer and Head of the Department of Education in Cotton College after the subject ‘Education’ was introduced in the college in 1959. Moreover, she was successful in established  a psychology laboratory at the college level for the first time in Assam.

She was appointed Reader in Gauhati University in 1977 became the Head of the Department in 1986 and retired service in 1993. She guided 14 research scholars to get their Ph.D degrees  and as many as 10 are working for their degrees with her.

She has visited various universities in India to share her knowledge and experience of research. She has been working as the Advisor of the “Women ‘s Govt. Study Research Centre” since its inception. She has not only attended a number of conferences in India and highlighted different aspects of education of women in Assam and problems related to this in her speeches, but also traveled to different parts of the world to represent her state and country in the fields of education, literature and culture. She highlighted the rich culture of India through the international conferences she attended. She has made her country proud by being invited to take part in such conferences in Bombay, Madras, Patna , Mysore, Agra, Lucknow, Calcutta and other places in India and also in Africa (1986), England, France(1987), Malaysia(1990), Singapore(1992) and other places abroad.  

Life as a Literature:

She has been continuously writing throughout the past five decades . It was way back in 1943 that she contributed poems for the magazine published by the Girls’ High School of Tezpur . She has been writing since long and there is a very intimate relation between her literary works and her work as an artiste. Having been trained from her childhood to sing, she had the opportunity of earning laurels during the competitions of the annual function held in J.B.College, Jorhat. It was however in Cotton College later that  she to concentrate had the opportunity in this field of art.

There is an interesting story behind her becoming an established artiste or a singer. She was studying in Guwahati (then Gauhati) in Cotton College and she lived in Chatribari Girl’s Hostel near the college. The All India Radio Station of Gauhati was not far from her College and hostel. One day, officials of the radio station namely Sayed Abdul Malik, Phain Talukdar, Bhupen Hazarika and Purushottam Das went to meet her and requested her to sing for radio broadcasts. She was a bit embarrassed, shy and hesitant initially. The more she tried to stress on the point that she was not competent enough for the job, the more they requested her and at one point of time she was almost forced to go to the radio station. She waa later dropped back in the hostel after the voice test for eligibility to sing over the radio. It was because of the cooperation of the Principal of the college that they were able to help Lakhyahira Das in this manner for development of her career in singing Lakhyahira Das had more problems ahead. Saved Abdul Malik told her that she would have to sing only self composed songs and she immediately replied that she did not know the art of writing poems. But she was encouraged by being told that she would not only be able to write poems but would also be able to write songs if she tried. With the inspiration and encouragement of such good personalities, Lakhyahira Das became a regular artiste of All India radio who started composing beautifully.

She has so far been able to compose about two thousand songs. It was in 1948 when she was still a college girl that she got recognition for her skills of singing , composing and putting music to he own songs. She was the first women in her state to have achieved this feat during that period. She Spoke about her success thus”: This recongnition of All India radio awarded publicly to me has given me great encouragement, excitement, self confidence and will power. It has brought a big challenge for me…………….I will have to admit that to achieve such heights, we need people to take us forward by encouraging and motivating us towards work . Had people like Sayed Abdul Malik, Bhupen Hazarika, Purushpttam Das Biren Phukan , Phani Talukdar, Brajen Barua, Mukul Barua, Rudra Barua, Dip Sarma,Jiten Deb and others not been there, there is doubt whether I could have become a radio artiste or a singer. She also expressed her gratefulness to those who had been encouraging her by reading her poems and other forms of literature and singing her songs.(Agradoot –September 12,1990).

The demand for self composed songs made her to write songs frequently and helped her in bringing out her first book of songs –“Prathitama.” Artistes Sarbeswar Chakrabarty took the responsibility of publishing the book. Her poems from Prathitama.” began to be published in the famous magazine of those times, namely Ramdhenu.People were able to see and read Lakhyahira Das’s poems and articles more  often.Her writings have been adapted to various regional languages of India besides being translated in to English. Her poems are being adored in different parts of the world.

Lakhyahira Das had attended the World Education Conference in Malaysia as the sole representative from released by Dr. S. Gunasingam, member of UNESCO and a great writer and educationist. The meeting was chaired by the Vice Chancellor of the University of Gujrat, Professor Ramlal Parekh. Lakhyahira Das still recalls the moment with great happiness as she says that I feel proud that my book was released in the midst of educationists and thinkers of different countries and I consider this as honor not for me alone but also for my motherland. The conference in Malaysis saw publication of her research paper on education for the holistic development of women of the rural areas of Assam.

She has a number of books of songs, poems, children literature, education (both in English and Assamese) and translated works to her credit. Compilation of songs and poems:1.Prathama(1950) 2. Sur setu(1956) 3. Gitaghya(1956) 4. Pranganga(1957) 5. Mayur ponkhi(1968) 6. Bhaskar Lagna(1974) 7. Awagahanar Muhurtta(1978) 8. Antargat Nodi(1979) 9. O Mor Sikuni Desh(1980) 10. Lakhyahirar Geet(1989) 11. Priyo prithibir Babe(1994) 12. Between Births(1990).

Chidren Literature : 1. Kazirangat Sat Bihu (1979)2. Moumitha mat(1995) 3. Sishu Galpa Sangrah(1996) 4. Sishu Galpa Sangrah-II(to be published)

 Books related to Education: Assamese-1. Sishu Monor pathedi (1957), 2 Sikshe Manobigyan(1961) 3. Park Bishwabidyalayar Siksha (1972) 4. Sampurna Siksha(1975) 5. Ucchatar Madhyamikar Siksha(1988) 6. Bharatar Stree Siksha Itihas(1995) 7. Asmor Siksha Agragoti (1978)

Books related to Education : English -1.Elements of Education(1962) 2. A textbook of Education(1974) 3. Education in Assam(1978) 4.Some Great Educationists (1982) 5. Adult Continuing Educational Sociology (1992) 8.Women’s Education in Assam(1995) 9. Development of Secondary Education in Assam (1824-1947) and its impact on society (1990)

Other Books: 1. Taposi (Galpa)(1957) 2. Kobitar Ruprekha (Prabandha) Sankalan (1982) 3.Asomiya Geeti Sahityar Ruprekha (Prabandha Sankalan(1994) 4. Prabandha) Sankalan(1997) (to be published)

Translated Books: 1. Oscar Wildor Galpa(1956) 2. Dorian Grayesob(1984) 3. Aporisitar Prem(1978) 4.Ramnucharjya(1982),(NBT) 5.Shilpir Prithibi(1986) 6. Akashi KonwarorSadhu(1990)7.Rabindra Sangeetor Anubad(1977Sahitya Academy) 8. Rabindranathor Sikshamulak Prabandha (1977 Sahitya Academy) 9 Surjyasna (1996)

Lakhyahira Das had also been editor of two magazines namely ‘Biswa Samajik Swasthya’ and ‘Samaj’.’ Journal of Education’ had once been edited by her. Some of her poems have been translated into English and have found place in ‘Modern Assamese Poetry’ edited by Hem Barua, New voices of Indian Poetry, poems have been translated by late Anandeswar Sarma, Hirendranath Dutta, Pradip Acharya and Imdad Ullah. As president of the poet’s meet in the 46th session of Axom Sahitya Sabha at Sualkuchi , she said that Analysis of modern Assamese poetry was not far from being biased in the hands of a few critics and hence remained incomplete……..There is scope for thinking that unhealthy symptoms prevail when critical analysis of the writer is given more importance than analysis of her writings.

She has read out her poems in many international conferences and critic Gyanananda Sarma has commented that her imagination and rhythm filled stanzas are really beautiful. Similarly the poet has talked about Buddhadev Basu, Debakanta Barua and Sadhikanta Gogoi without any hesitation. In ‘Susana’ she like Rabindranath Tagor’s Mahamanaber Sagor Tire’ has mentioned known and unknown centuries and people on the vast shores of humanity. In the poems ‘Pratiksha’ and Anagoto’, she is seen waiting for the new generation which will bring life to the Dalits. The poems seem to echo the spirit of some of the poems of Jyotiprasad Agarwala and Bishnu Rabha.

Arunabh Duara once in his comment on her poems said that her poems were reflections of capture life very strongly. Her poems too are capable of generating feelings similar to her songs. She does not use words that are difficult to understand . The contents of the poems are quite often found dealing with social challenges or threats. (Asomiya Protidin, Sunday, October 8 ,1995) Dr. Karabi Deka Hazarika has said that Dr. Lakhyahira Das is a name which can be her poems and songs reflected her deep feelings, thinking and expressions. Experiences of the society at different times and her own varied experiences find place in the poems. She has a liberal and liberated heart. In her feelings the sufferings of humanity finds expression.

Noted critic Ram Goswami feels that Lakhyahira Das has been able to find paths of hope in this world full of restlessness, fear and uncertainty. The poet is in search of light and in the process of exploring it, the poet establishes a relationship between imagining and reality creating a map of human feelings.

Dr. Lakhyahira Das has sown seeds of immense hope in the light amidst darkness. She is capable of telling many things with few words (Nilachal, 28/8/75 in Discussion of Bhaskar Lagna)

Imdad Ullah is of the opinion that she is the carrier of the new trend in Assamese poetry. We feel that she is able to express deep realization with very few words and her poems encompass deep realization with very few words and her poems encompass both time and grief.”Dr. Lakhyahira Das is indeed a proud jewel of Assam. She was brought glories not only for her state but also for the country.”(International Meridian News Magazine, New Delhi).

The magazine “Femina” wrote about Lakhyahira Das like this - Lakhyahira Das makes you think of life and living, which is not surprising. She has made waves in national and international circles as a poet, lyricist, singer and educationist. A winner all the way, she is a staunch supporter of all the varied causes she believes in.”

The noted Assamese critic, Shri Upendranath Sarma commenting on the book”. Between Births” wherein Lakhyahira Das had ten of her original poems in English said-“ These spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings place her in the hierarchy of Indo English poets. Her handling of the English Language is praiseworthy . The words she uses are highly expressive and melodious.”

I have taken in my hands

A broken piece of time glittering like glass

Wherein is woven the threads of all dreams

I am prepared this time for enormous nights

                                                                                     (The Eternal)

 

What strikes the reader about these poems is their endless

variety. The poet plays on a whole gamut of feelings and

Sensations , love, anxiety, sense, of death, passions, love

 hate relations, hopes frustrations and anger.

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…… She is among those few poets of her generation who

have refused to speak the language of the tribes and tried

to speak straight from the heart.”

                                                         (BookReview-Kabita-I-bilingual collection)

In this way has the poet’s writings been analysed and written on . The poetic creativity and characteristics of her work have been reflected in this manner. Her minute observation of things and deep emotional feelings find expression in lines like these-

“Juir dore dhumuhar dorw nakshatrar dore

Sokolu Satya Udbhashito Hobo

Abyahoto robo manuhor aniruddha goti

Andharor pora alokoloi

Mrityur pora Amritoloi juge juge

                                                                                      (Priyo Pritibir Babe)

Cultural Life:

Lakhyahira Das has been able to spread her wings in the cultural arena of Assam.too. Her parents helped in nurturing her musical talents and her father who was a lover of the Satriya culture gave her the right environment for education is music. He bought selected records of songs in Assamese, Bengali, Hindi and Played these to his daughter. Her love for music became the most intense during the time she was in Tezpur.

Lakhyahira Das and her parents were in Tezpur in a rented house of a family member of Jyotiprasad Agarwala and she was about 8 or 9 years old at that time. Lakhyahira Das this tender age had the opportunity of meeting Rupkonwar Jyotiprasad Agarwala played the organ himself when he taught children to sing. Later as an adult, she won several prizes in the competitions held in her college and this inspired her to a great extent. However, circumstances were not very favourable for music at every point of life. She could not go through a systematic course in classical music because of her responsibilities of family life and for other reasons. But she started learning classical music in right earnest with Birendra Kumar Phukan, the famous singer and Pandit Achyut Pattavardhan and his son Ramchandra Pattavardhan.

Another remarkable aspect of her cultural life is her education in Satriya culture. She got traditional systematic education is Borgeet when Borgeet was confined only to the Vaisnab Satras of Assam. She dedicated herself to this form of music by popularizing it through her stage performances and performances through the AIR, Guwahati. She recalls her association with great musicians with gratefulness.

A company recorded her songs for the first time in 1955. A total of 23 songs were recorded by HMV during the period 1964-1973. The folk songs of Assam have been preserved in this manner. She has also sung modern Assamese songs with Dr. Bhupen Hazarika.

Lakhyahira Das not only wrote songs for the Assamese films”Lachit Borphukan, Sirapat, and Saknoiya, but also she sang in two of these fimls. Her songs are heard in the voices of many new and these fimls. Her songs are heard in the voices of many new and old artists. Noted singer Manna Dey, Usha Mangeshkar, Anup Ghoshal, Chinmoy Lahiri, Parbin Sultana and others have also sung songs written by her. She has thus and others have also sung songs written by her , She has thus been associated with Assamese cinema too and her creative works have come popular.

She was adjudged the best playback singer in the 1960s in a state level competition of Assamese cinema held in Nagaon and this honour was conferred on her for her song”Opaja Sonar Mati O” from the film “Lachit Borphukan”.

Lakhyahira Das has great love for Rabindra Sangeet and she is popular for having translated the songs into Assamese and for singing them. She has been credited for such creative works at the national level too. Orissa’s Kalasangam adjudged her the best lyricist. She has been awarded prizes for her lyrics many times. She was adorned with the title of Sangeet Dipika by Assam in 1995 for her contribution to Assamese music. She was also given the title of”Sangitacharjya” publicly in the same year. She was offered artist pension in 1995.

She feels that life is vast, varied and is constantly flowing carrying with it a lot of meaning for us. Life is inspiration, beauty, light and shelter. Regarding her creative works, she says that she uses music to establish truth in society and make it free from all that is against truth. She says that she has been trying this through several decades (Swarupa : February 1997)

She was trying her best for making Assamese folk music thrive and become popular among people of other places. Surtirtha was established in 1975 and as President of Surtirtha (a cultural association), Lakhyahira Das tried the preservation and expansion of the musical works of the famous musicians of Assam.

She took the initiative of getting the works-“Agnibanar Tan” of Ambikagiri Raichoudhury and“Jinibi Jiban Pan”of Umesh Chandra Choudhury preserved through two long playing Records.Surtirtha has plans of recording  the songs and poems os Nalinibala Devi too. Several noted artistes of Assam have lent their voices for the purpose selflessly. The fund received from these great works is being used to help the sick and the needy artistes.

Lakhyahira Das‘s continuous effort towards enriching her culture is reflected in the rhythm and singing style which she maintains in her writings and performances. She will be remembered by the masses for her immortal songs.

Lakhyahira Das will remain in the hearts of people through her songs from films-“Ei matite moru Jodi bohujonor mon-pran alurito kora geet/ deshor hoke junjute moron nohoy si je amar boron mala konthote”.

Social Life:

Dedicated to the core, Lakhyahira Das ‘s love for work  helped her in coming close to various state and national level institutions in different capacities as Vice President, Vice President executive  member, etc. Such institutions (the names of these institutions have been retained as found in the Assamese source): 1. Sarbabharatiya Likhak Sanstha 2.Sarbabharotiyo Siksha Sanstha3. Bharotiyo Bishwabidyalay Abiroto Siksha Sanstha 4. Sarba Bharotiyo Kabita Samai 5. Bharotiyo Siksha Parishad 6. Bharotiyo Prapta Boyaskar Siksha Sanstha 7. Bharotivo Siksha Parishad 8. Bharotiyo Gananatya Sangha 9. Bharotiyo LikhakParishad 10. Sarbabharotiyo Siksha Parishad 11. Antarjatik Kobi Sanstha .12. NCERT Gaweshana aru Sanskar committee 13. Axom Academy for cultural Relations14. Anandaram Baruah Bhasha Sanskriti Parishad 15. Axom Sahitya Sabha 16. Sodou Axom Lekhika Samaroh Samiti 17. Assam Kobi Samaj 18. Anatar Shilpi Sanstha 19. Kabya Manjari 20. Kabi Chakra 21. Manobigyan Samiti 22. Surtirtha 23. Amrita 24. Sankar Kristi Bikash Kendra 25. Bharotiyo Nari Siksha Gaweshana Kendra 26. Uttar Pub Bharat Nari Sanstha.

In spite of being an active member of all these important institutions, she has been able to engage herself with full devotion to literature and music.

Family Life:

She has been equally successful in her family life. She has brought up her children and helped them get the desired education and Abhinandan Das serves as a child specialist in Gauhati Medical College and is also an artiste playing instruments for Doordarshan and All India Radio. His wife is also a doctor and an eye specialist working in the same institution. Her second son Amlandeep has a Masters degree in English and teachers in Cotton College. He is also an artist for western music being played by Doordarshan and All India Radio. His wife also has an M.A. degree in English and teachers in Maharshi Vidyamandir Bidyalay. She has completed her Visharad degree in music and is learning Bharat Natyam.

Her third son Anirban Das is a chemical engineer. He is well known as a ghazal singer and is a regular artiste of Doordarshan and All India Radio. His wife Ghritashi Das who did her M.A. in Economics is a responsible officer in the Indian Railways and is also a sportsperson.

Lakhyahira Das lives with her grandchildren Nirmalaya Pratim, Anangsha , Lopamudra and Arsiya happily and in peace. Her husband Ramcharan Das’s encouragement and  constant support has definitely contributed to making her life a full circle . Mr. Das was the Head of the department of Anthropology in Aryavidypith College and is the write of 10-12 books. He is also a social worker and has tirelessly been working in and outside his home to help his wife concentrate on what she has been doing.

Each member in the family has respect for each other’s work. Independent thinking and concern for each member of the family has enabled them to live a life full of love and sharing.

Conclusion:

The search for and realization of truth and goodness has made Lakhyahira Das’s life worth living. She has made Barpeta proud because her husband hails from this place famous for its rich cultural heritage and especially known for Sankari Kala Krishti. It is hoped that the outcomes of her independent thinking through her writings would be able to encourage the coming generation of youths to come up with writings that reflect all that is good and filled with hope. May the talented lady live many more years in good health with her active life style and bring national and international laurels to her cap.

 

“Sihontor sokut souk bukut buku loi

Niyot jalai rakhu

Hironmoy bhabanar sikha

Purno Koru manuhor param sangeet

Sugabhia mamatare sisi diyun

Tapta Swarna jal

Prithibir gerua matit”

                                                                (Moy jiyai asu: Priya Prithibir Babe)

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“Aha ami bondhu bhabe boiri bhabe

Pan koru manthan seshar

Amritar garal aru garalar amrit

Purnabar

Itihasar babe

Rupan kari jaun

Eti sun boronia din

Sidharthai mur thua ei prithibir babe

Rosi thoi jaun

Eti Akshay geetor swaralipi

                                          (Parasarik: Priya Prithibir Babe)

 

 

 

 
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