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Farara Sadi | New Nepali Teej Song 2017/2074 | Jeevan K.C, Karuna B.C Ft. Karishma, Krishna

Karishma and Krishna are the dancer in this song. This is a teej folk song which was sang by  Jeevan Kc and Karuna B.C. The lyrics of this song is written by Hari  Kaji Khadka. As there is no such a message in this song. This song is only describing about their beauty and personal things. The boy is praising girl with her dress up method like she is wearing beautiful red saree, red chura etc. The girl is asking boy to play Madal (Musical Instrument) which was mainly used in Teej songs. We are unable to find message from this song. Watch the video posted below and judge yourself and comment below what you think about this song.


Sarba Samman Music Pvt Ltd Present’s

 Hari Kaji Khadka and Karuna B.C.’s New Teej Song “Farara Saari”


Short Lyrics of This Song

Female : Farara sari othma lali aakhai ma gajal

Ahile ko teej ma markauchhu kammar bajaideu madal

Farara sari othma lali aakhai ma gajal

Ahile ko teej ma markauchhu kammar bajaideu madal

A saila bajaideu madal,A saila bajaideu madal


Male : Mukhiya ko kanchho chhoro bhanchan malai kaaji

Teej ma aayashi nachana ra gauna sadahai ma raaji

Mukhiya ko kanchho chhoro bhanchan malai kaaji

Teej ma aayashi nachana ra gauna sadahai ma raaji

A saili sadhai chhu raaaji, a saili sadhai chhu raaji…


More Details About This Song

Sarba Samman Music Presents!

Song Title: Farara Sadi

Vocal: Jeevan K.C, Karuna B.C

Lyrics: Hari Kaji Khadka

Music: Jeevan K.C

Distributor: Sarba Samman Music Pvt. Ltd

Artist: Karishma, Krishna

Director: Prakash Chhetri

Choreographer: Pradip Gyawali

Cameraman: Keshav Adhikari

Editor: Anil Rana

Post Production: Sarba Samman Music Pvt. Ltd.

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