Tarali Sarma

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Tarali Sarma
Born (1975-08-04) 4 August 1975 (age 42)
Origin Assam, India
Genres Assamese classical, Assamese folk, Assamese modern
Occupation(s) Playback singer, musician, composer,
Instruments Vocal
Labels Many
Website taralisarma.com

Tarali Sarma (Assamese: তৰালী শৰ্মা) is a singer from Assam, who won the National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer in the year 2003 for the Assamese film Akashitorar Kothare. Her father is Prabhat Sarma who is a folk exponent, flutist, music director and a Sangeet Natak Akademi Awardee. Tarali is a versatile singer and music director in the Assamese film industry. She has composed music for films like Akashitorar Kothare, Laaz, Jatra the passage, Basundhara and Abhijatri, among others. She has also released several albums such as Abhixari Priya, Sonjoni, Sankar Madhav, Sneh, Pohar, Tarali, Henguliya and Bargit. Tarali's album list also includes Abhimaan, Prajapati, Nayanmoni (with Krishnamani Nath), Mukoli etc.

Tarali Sarma performed in Valley Forge in Pennsylvania during Assam 2009 organized by Assam Society of America. She also performed in Colorado Springs, Colorado during Assam 2010 organized by Assam Society of America.

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