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Nepali Teej Ratauli 2074 Nangai Hidne haruko Hai Hai”

Culture is a mirror of society. In Nepal there are many religion, cast and culture. All cast have different culture which have to be preserve but in recent years the youth are no taking interest in preserving their culture. Many of the Nepali culture are going to be extinct. Teej song is also another festival culture of Hindu religion people of Nepal. In recent years the method of celebrating teej festival in slowly changing. This culture is highly effected by Western culture. Not only western culture there is a huge impact of Indian Television Serials on effecting this teej festival. There is no provision of Male to sing a song in Teej festival, the daar festival of teej is celebrated inside home with family members, alcohol is not allowed in teej mainly in Brahimin and Chhetry cast. But today there is many bad impact are seeing in festival celebration like drinking wine, playing cards in Teej festival, celebrating teej before 1 month etc etc. Men are involving in teej festival with dancing and singing.

In this song the singer is saying same thing that the singer like jyoti Magar is popular because she wear hot dress in Teej songs videos. Watch this video song which was sang by Hari Giri and Deepa Mainali posted below.

 

Hamal Music Pvt Ltd Present’s

 In Lyrics and Music of Hari Giri “Bimarsha”

Dipa Mainali’s New Nepali Teej Song “Nangai Hidneharu ko hi hi”

 

More Details About This Song

Hamal Music Present’s

Song : Nagai Hidne haru ko Hai Hai

VocaL : Hari Giri “Bimarshi” & Deepa Mainali

Lyrics : Hari Giri “Bimarshi”

Music : Hari Giri “Bimarshi

Audio/Video : Hamal Music Pvt Ltd 9851079175

Direction : Devendra Pandey

Edit : Sujan Shahi

Camera : Basu Baral

Post Production : Hamal Films 9851079175

Model : Prakash Saput & Sonam Magar

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