Jiangam Kamei

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Guru Jiangam Kamei (1963–2016) was a noted music director, lyricist, and singer from Manipur, India. He was conferred the title "Guru Shiksha Parampara Award" by Ministry of Art and Culture, Government of India for his contribution to the field of music in 2012.[1]

Biography[edit]

Jiangam Kamei was a Rongmei Naga belonging to the Zeliangrong Naga community. He was born on 9 February 1963 at Canchipur, Imphal. He started singing and writing songs as early as 1985 in both Ruanglat and Meiteilon. He was also an approved artiste of All India Radio, Imphal and had served as president of Zeliangrong Artists Forum, Manipur.[2]

References[edit]

  1. "Zeliangrong youth mourn Jiangam death". Imphal free press.
  2. "Jianngam Kamei, a talented Singer, Music Director, Song Composer and Actor passed away". KanglaOnline. 16 December 2016. Retrieved 24 October 2019.yvvyb ubb hyvuyvhn uyvh huvyv8hb byv8yvyvf>Laishram, Jyaneswar. "Jangled all the way with Jiangam". epao. Retrieved 18 May 2020.