Deeg Diganta

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Deeg Diganta (Assamese: দীগ দিগন্ত, born Diganta Baruah, 28 November 1989) is an Indian singer, composer and lyricist.[1][2] He primarily works for and sings in the Assamese language film and music industries.[3][4] He is also an instrumentalist and plays dhol, dotara, drums, guitar, harmonium, keyboard, tabla and various percussion instruments.[5]

Deeg Diganta
Deeg Diganta in 2019
Deeg Diganta in 2019
Background information
Birth nameDiganta Baruah
Born (1989-11-28) 28 November 1989 (age 32)
Demow, Assam
OriginDemow, Assam
Genres
  • Indian folk music
  • Indian classical music
  • Sufi music
  • Filmi
  • Indian pop
  • Rock music
  • Blues
Occupation(s)
  • Singer
  • composer
  • lyricist
  • script writer
Instruments
  • tabla
  • keyboard
  • harmonium
  • drum
  • dhol
  • guitar
  • mandolin
  • dotara
  • Harmonica
Years active2002–present

Personal life[edit | edit source]

Diganta was born in Dimow|Demow,Assam to Promud Baruah and Labonya Baruah.[6] He pursued a degree in Bachelor of arts in Socialogy at Demow Collage and after dropped out to concentrate in his singing career.[1] He is brought up in Demow, Sivsagar. Where he was regularly active in singing, dancing and dramatics competition in the College.[3]

Notable work[edit | edit source]

He has been acclaimed for writing "good lyrics" and poetry. Some of his written songs are "Premor Abir","Moyur Pakhi", "Pranay", "Bakul", "Tulika Premore", "Lila", "Pubore Beli", "Dhemeliya", "Loilakh", "Eti Mitha Hahi", "Niyor Jetia Hore", "Aghuni Abeg", "Tumar Dusokute" , "Bihu Lage", "Nilima", "Najanu Nubuju", "Ekhon Rupali Nodi", "Krishna", "Patla Saree", "Sokut Soku Thoi", "Mur Bukur Ful", "Tumi Vogoban", "Beli", "Phultel", "Sila", "Ful Nufulu", "Bhalpau Nuhudhiba Kiman", "O Valpuwa", "Bukure Majote", "Parishima", "Bijli" etc.[4][5]

Discography[edit | edit source]

Singles[edit | edit source]

Song Featured artist(s) Music Writer(s) Language(s)
"Premor Abir" Tarun Tamoy and Rohit Sonar Akash Nibir Deeg Diganta Assamese
"Najanu Nubuju" Neel Akash Nitu Kalponik Deeg Diganta Assamese
"Krishna" Deeg Diganta Rex Boro Deeg Diganta Assamese
"Patla Saree" Rakesh Riyan Dipkesh Borgohain Deeg Diganta Assamese
"Tumi Vogoban" Meer Deep Gauri sankar Baruah Deeg Diganta Assamese
"Nilima" Meer Deep Jagat Deeg Diganta Assamese
"Bihu Lage" Pulak Nath Deeg Diganta Assamese
"Pranay" Deeg Diganta Deeg Diganta Deeg Diganta Assamese
"Moyur Pakhi" Zubeen Garg and Beauty Akash Nibir Deeg Diganta Assamese
"Bakul" Bipanchi Bhuyan Akash Nibir Deeg Diganta Assamese
"Tulika Premore" Gautam Kalita and Subashana Dutta Dipkesh Borgohain Deeg Diganta Assamese
"Lila" Saurav Shankar Dipkesh Borgohain Deeg Diganta Assamese
"Pubore Beli" Deeg Diganta Rajib Sharma Deeg Diganta Assamese
"Dhemeliya" Deeg Diganta Gaurishankar Baruah Deeg Diganta Assamese
"Loilakh" Neel Akash and Indrani Dutta Deeg Diganta Assamese
"Eti Mitha Hahi" Zubeen Garg and Rodali Dipkesh Borgohain Deeg Diganta Assamese
"Niyor Jetia Hore" Zubeen Garg and Bipanchi Bhuyan Dipkesh Borgohain Deeg Diganta Assamese
"Aghuni Abeg" Deeg Diganta Assamese
"Tumar Dusokute" Khirud Jan Gautam Kalita Deeg Diganta Assamese
"Beli" Ujjal Arong Deeg Diganta Assamese
"Phultel" Deeg Diganta Assamese
"Sila" Deeg Diganta Assamese
"Ful Nufulu" Dhruv Thakuria Dhruv Thakuria Deeg Diganta Assamese
"Bhalpau Nuhudhiba Kiman" Babu Baruah and Nayanmoni Saikia Palash Gogoi Deeg Diganta Assamese
"O Valpuwa" Babu Baruah and Nayanmoni Saikia Palash Gogoi Deeg Diganta Assamese
"Bukure Majote" Ailita Dipkesh Borgohain Deeg Diganta Assamese
"Parishima" Gautam Kalita Dhruv Thakuria Deeg Diganta Assamese
"Bijli" Krishna Raaz Krishna Raaz Deeg Diganta Assamese

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Borah, Tonay. "Meet Assamese Singer, Lyricist Deeg Diganta As A Successful Artist Of India". Yolo Daily.
  2. "The success story of Deeg Diganta, how he become a successful Indian musical artist". MENAFN. 17 June 2021.
  3. 3.0 3.1 "Deeg Diganta : Assam's Famous Musical Artist". Asom Barta.
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Deeg Diganta – History of a successful musician in India". Assam News Daily.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Barta, Asom. "Meet Successful Indian Artist Deeg Diganta". Issue Wire.
  6. "Meet with Deeg Diganta, successful musician of Assam, India". PR LOG.