Bhubaneswar:  On the auspicious occasion of Debasnana Purnima, a new Bhajan of Veteran Bureaucrat and Jagannath devotee Satyabrata Sahu was released on Tuesday.

Mr. Sahu has sung the Bhajan titled ‘Thaau Re Kalia ThaauTo Snahana Setiki Thhau’ very beautifully. The 4.41 minutes long Bhajan has been uploaded in Youtube (

Lyrics have been composed by Arun Mantri while music has been given by Biswanath Mishra, Nityashree Ranjan, and Bishnu Mohan Kabi. Within a few hours, over 5000 persons have listened to the Bhajans.

In the video uploaded in Youtube channel of Sidharth Music, the Ace Mandarin along with four other artists were seen singing the song by standing before Lord Jagannath statue with folded hands.

While renowned lyricist Arun Mantri has given lyrics for the new Bhajan, Biswanath Mishra has given direction.  The song was recorded at Sidharth Music and is available on JioSaavn, Wynk, Gaana, Apple Music, Amazon Prime Music, iTunes and Spotify.

So far, he has sung several Bhajans like a professional playback singer. Earlier, his four Bhajan songs Jagat Janani Maa Tara Tarini, Dukha Bujhanti Maa Tara Tarini, Sankata Harini Maa Tara Tarini and Dhanya Dhanya Tume Dui Bhauni released on one day.

On 2 February, for the first time, Mr.Sahu had sung the famous Odia Bhajan Jagannatha Ho Kichhi Magunahin Tate. The bhajan gives a divine-like feeling to the listener, even though the song has already been sung by famous singers like Late Bhikari Bal, Namita Agrawal, Arabinda Muduli.

On the occasion of Maha Shivratri, he sang a Bhajan on Lord Shiva, titled Deba Deba Mahadeva. 

Prior to that, Mr.Sahu, serving as Principal Secretary School & Mass Education sang for Mo School Abhigyan.

The Additional Chief Secretary sung on Mo School Abhiyan, which was applauded across the State.

Mr.Sahu serving as Additional Chief Secretary Revenue & Disaster Management sang a beautiful bhajan on Sirdi Sai Baba. He is an ardent devotee of Sai Baba.

Even though being a senior bureaucrat his passion for singing bhajans is unmatched. Mr. Sahu takes time on holidays to sing bhajans.