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Aago Salkiyo – अागाे सल्कियाे । खुमन अधिकारीकाे नयाँ भिडियाे गीत | Khuman Adhikari, Pratima Bhattarai & Yagya Sapkota

Lok song and Teej song are different genre of the music in Nepal. This is the season of Nepali Festival of Teej. This festival is specially celebrate by Hindu Nepali women. This year this teej festival fall in the month of August and the date is 24 th. But the whole month of August is celebrated as a festive season by women by worshiping in temple for lord Shiva. As it is the teej festive season for women it is also became a festival for music company in Nepal. Many singer’s are making videos these days and they are publishing a large number of Teej videos in YouTube. But they are also labeling their lok videos as a Teej song to get more views. We think this video “Aago Salkiyo” by Khuman Adhikari is also a Lok Song but when we see it on YouTube we can see it as a lok Song. Watch the song posted below and find yourself is it a lok song or Teej. Thanks


Akala Devi Music Pvt Ltd Present’s

In Yagya Sapkota’s Lyrics and Music

 Prativa Bhattrai’s New Nepali Lok Teej Song “Aago Salkiyo”


More Details About This Song

Song Title : Aago Salkiyo

Vocal : Khuman Adhikari , Prativa Bhattrai and Yagya Sapkota

Lyrics and Music : Yagya Sapkota

Production and Distribution : Aakala Devi Music Pvt Ltd

Acting (Cast) : Madan Khadka and Rekha Sunar

Editing : Bikash Gewali

Camera : Pradeep Kandel and R.P. Bhattrai

Direction : Madan Khadka

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