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Description : A long time ago, when man did not obstruct rivers to suit his petty needs, the river channels served as goodwill ambassadors to extensive geographical areas - a river originating in one country flowing through another, joining another river, forming a filigree of merging and diverging rivers - with the social and cultural heritage of one region blending into another, each drawing on the rich yet varied perspectives in the whole process of cultural evolution.

This is perhaps most apparent in Bengal's rich and enviable variety of folksongs. Rivers form an integral part of the topography of Bengal:

"Bangladesh is the land of rivers. Ganga, Meghna, Dhaleshwari, Shitalakshya, Gadai - in so many names and in such myriad forms these rivers encircle Bangladesh.

Playing on the silvery strings of the rivers, an invisible musician has with his delicate touch composed the song of its heart- the bhatiyali .

Several areas remain submerged in rainwater for almost six months in a year, with the boat the only mode of transport . . . separated from their families for months on end, they have for their companion only the river on which they row their boats, with the waters merging into the horizons, and the azure heavens above.

It is as if the waters are limitless. And the boatman, in his solitude questions his own existence - where have I come from? Where do I go hence? such questions pervade the songs of boatmen.
Like the lyrics of these songs which have taken shape from the waters of these rivers, the tunes too have blended into the lyrics from the lilting waters of the rivers."
- Jasim Uddin, "Murshida Gaan", Dhaka, 1977

Prof. Aminul Islam, University of Ohio writes that during the time of Ramtanu Lahari scholar, Jasim Uddin visited almost all rural area of Bengal and as a natural poet his mind was filled up with the treasures of folk culture and his music (Nishtte jaio Phulo bano, O daradi etc) spread all over Bengal. Jasim uddin is one the best folk poets of Bengal.

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