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New Dohori | By Jyoti Magar

Recently we have talked about Jyoti Magar and her controversies. Here is her new song called “Ghanta Bajauchhu”. This song is sang by her and she is also shown as a actress of this video song. In this video She has acting with co-actor of Durgesh Thapa. Durgesh Thapa is also a popular Singer, model of Nepali movie industry. He is from Baglung, Nepal. 

This song is about a Teej festival. Teej is a festival of God Shiva. In this day all Nepalese women fast for the god shiva. In this song the girl is saying that i wil play the ring which is also called “Ghanta” if you don’t fullfill my wish.

Pramod Lama Presnet’s 

New Nepali Lok Teej Song

 “Ghanta Bajauchhu” 

More Details About This Song

Song Title : Ghanta Bajauchhu 

Vocal : Sursh Rana and Jyoti Magar 

Lyrics ; Pramod Lama 

Music : Arjun Khadka Loke 

Arranger : Kamal Sauragh 

Recording Studio : Maruni Digital 

Cast : Durgesh, Jyoti, Pramod and Arjun 

Direction : Bikram Chohan 

Camera : Bashu Baral 

Editing : Milan B.K. 

Video Made by : B. Star Filims Pvt Ltd  

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Short Lyrics of this song 

 Keti bhane keta pauna shiva ji lai pujne, a shiva ji lai pujne

Kahtai bara hamaro kura kasle hola bujne

Keti bhane keta pauna shiva ji lai pujne, a shiva ji lai pujne 

Kahtai bara hamaro kura kasle hola bujne 

Sajauchhu, Bhaenkai chhu shiva ji euti keti dilma sajauchhu 

Espali ni mero bihe bhayana bhane 

Euta keti mero dilamaa chaina bhane 

Mandir ma baschu aani kharani ghaschhu 

Mandir ma baschu aani kharani ghaschhu 

Baag ko mala lauchhu aani ghanta bajauchhu,  

Baag ko mala lauchhu aani ghanta bajauchhu…….. 

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