As part of the attempt of promoting traditional Bhawaiya artists and reaching out to the world, music recording has been done with 90 selected artists and 130 songs have been released in 5 music albums (Bhaber Bhawaiya, Bhabnadir Bhawaiya Vol 1-4) . An audio visual training guideline "Bhawaiya Gaaner Sikhha Podhhotir Ruprekha - A guideline for Bhawaiya Training" has been released. Another experimental music album "Torsha Parer Gaan" was released where 30 Bhawaiya songs has been recorded by 17 artists where four prominent Bhawaiya musicians are encouraged to do experiments with Bhawaiya music.
Bhabnadir Bhawaiya Vol 1
Bhawaiya, a genre of North Bengal folk music, is performed primarily in the Rajbangshi dialect of Bengali and reflects the experiences of rural life - occupations, joys, sorrows and harmony with nature. Common professions depicted in Bhawaiya are the mahout (Elephant handler), mohishal ( buffalo handler), rakhal (cowherd), boidal (bull cart driver), garial (Cow cart driver), hallooa (cultivator) and Vuinira (weed cleaner of the crop fields). Common life issues like relations between men and women, spIrituality, desire for affection, pain of love et al, nature, especially birds and rivers, are part & parcel of Bhawaiya folk music.
Bhawaiya, a folk music of North Bengal, is performed primarily in the Rajbangshi dialect of Bengali, and reflects the experience and emotions of rural people - occupations, joy, sorrow and harmony with nature. This album presents 10 Bhawiya songs presented by three prominent artists of recent times namely Nazrul Islam, Himadri Dewri and Prodyut Roy.
Bhabnadir Bhawaiya Vol 3
As a part of RCCH Project where 198 songs were field recorded of which music CDs of 130 songs rendered by 78 artists of Alipurduar and Cooch Behar were released in 4 volumes. This volume of 32 songs is a part of this compilation.
Bhabnadir Bhawaiya Vol 4
This album presents Bhawaiya, a folk music of North Bengal. This volume is a compilation of 33 songs sung by 29 artists.