Sagolsem Tijendra

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Sagolsem Tijendra

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A composer, music director, singer and in short a musical genius. He has worked with renowned Bollywood singers like Lata Mangeskar, Udit Narayan, Anuradha Paudwal besides local musical giants like Pahari, A. Shyam.

Born in April 1954 at Moirangkhom Loklaobung, Imphal, Sagolsem Tijendra, since his childhood has a great zeal for music. After completing his Bachelors degree, he left Imphal, in pursuit of his dream and enrolled himself at the in Bhatkande College of Hindustani Music, Lucknow in 1971.

His first public performance was in his college days in and around 1971.

He is a Music Instructor at Bal Bhawan, Khuman Lampak Imphal.

Having completed his musical studies, he came back to Imphal and worked under late Ch. Gopal Singh (AIR Imphal), and became an approved artist at the AIR, Imphal, in 1976. He was also the music director for the first ever Manipuri colour film (1989) produced by K.P Films International. Most of his music is based on Indian classical and sentimental music.

He also worked as music director and playback singer for films which included Iral Oirage, Thawaimichakna Kenkhraba, Meichak, Chatledo Eidi, lei-EE-Ama, Madhabee, Yaoshangi Meiri.

He also gave music direction in some of his video films included Thaballei, Pukchel, Ichel Wangma, Khudol Nongallabasu Thaballei Leinam, Athenbadasu Thabal, Nangin-Nungsiba, Bomb blast.


o Best Music Director and Singer, Horizon Music Award, 2002,

o Best Music Director at "NETV Peoples Choice Awards", 2005,

o Best Male playback singer at 5th Manipur State Film Festival, 2006 organised by the Manipur Film Development Co-operation.

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