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Purai Kholera Dekhayapachi | Festive in Nepal

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Teej alludes to the rainstorm celebrations, watched especially in western and northern conditions of India and Nepal. The celebrations praise the abundance of nature, entry of mists and rain, greenery and winged creatures with social movement, ceremonies and traditions

The celebrations for ladies, incorporate moving, singing, getting together with companions and recounting stories, sprucing up with henna-hued hands and feet, donning red, green or yellow garments, sharing merry foods,[2] and playing under trees on swings on Haryali Teej

The celebrations are committed, in numerous parts of India and Nepal, to Parvati

Teej is a celebration celebrated by Nepali ladies, for the long existence of her significant other and long and firm connection between them until the demise this life and every one of the lives to come. Teej is watched for conjugal joy, prosperity of life partner and kids and decontamination of claim body and soul. Teej is the most well known celebration among Nepali ladies.

Purai Kholera Dekhayapachi | Festive in Nepal

The society music and moves add more flavor to customary estimations of Teej. It is captivating to see ladies, in “Red” moving and singing in the city, going to sanctuary in heavenly and fasting temperament. Teej is additionally called Hari Talika Teej. This celebration is commended by Nepali Hindu ladies all over the world.

Teej is a little red creepy crawly that leaves the dirt amid the blustery season. It is said Teej got its name from a similar red creepy crawly. That is the reason Teej is praised in red.

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Jyoti Magar & Kajish in Naulai Sunna Nabbe by Rupkumar Rai & Menuka Rai Tamang

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जय गीत, जय सङ्गीत !!!!
Song: Nau Lai Sunna Nabbe
Vocal : Rupkumar Rai & Menuka Rai Tamang
Lyrics /Music : DR. Atu
Arrange : Raju Karki
Mastering Maheshworman Rajbhandari

Jyoti Magar & Kajish in Naulai Sunna Nabbe by Rupkumar Rai & Menuka Rai Tamang

Recording : Muskan Mukarung
Recording Studio : Sewa Recording Studio
Album : Nau laai Sunna Nabbe
Camera: Ajaya Regmi
Director : Kajish Shrestha
Editor : Dipak Vista
Models : Jyoti Magar & Kajish Shrestha

 

Jyoti Magar was conceived in a town in the Rolpa locale of Nepal. In any case, her family relocated to Dang when she was as yet a baby. In interviews, she has regularly said that as a youthful youngster she was more inspired by moving than in singing. She has additionally said that she originates from a family that profoundly cherished music, however not professionally engaged with it.

Jyoti finished her School Leaving Certificate(SLC) from a school in Dang. Despite the fact that she joined a school to contemplate an Intermediate Degree in Arts (IA), she dropped out and chose, rather, to center in music.

 

Jyoti Magar joined with a Kathmandu-based record organization and recorded her first collection in 2006. A music video was likewise delivered, yet the organization later chose not to discharge the collection, perhaps because of dangers engaged with creating a collection of another artist all at once.

Magar’s second and third collections Maya Sanga (with affection) and Ui Mulako Sinki Ui Mulako Chana wound up moment hits all finished Nepal and among Nepali diaspora abroad. Starting at 2015, she has delivered the greater part twelve collections, offering voice to about 30 Nepali society melodies. Jyoti Magar typically composes and makes her music herself. She additionally shows up as a model in her music recordings. A portion of her renowned tunes incorporate Piratima Dam Chha and Jimmal Bauki Chhori.
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Aside from society (lok dohori and teej tunes) singing, Jyoti has additionally showed up in a Gurung-dialect film and has done radio dramatizations and road dramatizations previously.

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