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Kalaigaon girl qualifies for �Voice of India

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KALAIGAON, Sept 24 - People of Kalaigaon hail Manashi Saharia, a talented Class VI student of Udmari village in Kalaigaon, for being qualified for the final round of audition in the �Voice of India KIDS 2017�, sponsored by Essel Vision Production, a Mumbai-based TV production company.

Daughter of musician parents Anupam Saharia and Jitu Moni Saharia of Udmari village, near Kalaigaon, Manashi earlier qualified in the preliminary audition for Northeast region on September 3 in Guwahati.

Later, she could prove her talents in the eastern zone audition held in Kolkata on September 11 to be qualified for the national audition to be held in Mumbai this month.

It needs to be mentioned that she was adjudged as the �Voice of Darrang� twice also securing first position in the All Assam Jyoti Sangeet competition held at Rabindra Bhawan, Guwahati.

Her father Anupam Saharia has been a well-known artist in tabla and drum while mother Jitumoni Saharia is a singer with a degree in Classical Music as one of the feather of her wings.

Manashi has left for Mumbai on Saturday. People of Darrang and Udalguri have expressed best wishes to Manashi.

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Kalaigaon girl qualifies for �Voice of India

KALAIGAON, Sept 24 - People of Kalaigaon hail Manashi Saharia, a talented Class VI student of Udmari village in Kalaigaon, for being qualified for the final round of audition in the �Voice of India KIDS 2017�, sponsored by Essel Vision Production, a Mumbai-based TV production company.

Daughter of musician parents Anupam Saharia and Jitu Moni Saharia of Udmari village, near Kalaigaon, Manashi earlier qualified in the preliminary audition for Northeast region on September 3 in Guwahati.

Later, she could prove her talents in the eastern zone audition held in Kolkata on September 11 to be qualified for the national audition to be held in Mumbai this month.

It needs to be mentioned that she was adjudged as the �Voice of Darrang� twice also securing first position in the All Assam Jyoti Sangeet competition held at Rabindra Bhawan, Guwahati.

Her father Anupam Saharia has been a well-known artist in tabla and drum while mother Jitumoni Saharia is a singer with a degree in Classical Music as one of the feather of her wings.

Manashi has left for Mumbai on Saturday. People of Darrang and Udalguri have expressed best wishes to Manashi.

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