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Nepali Comedy : माग्ने र तक्मेकाे कमेडी भिडियाे । अचम्मकाे दुलाे ।। Magne Takme Gaijatra , ACHAMMAKO DULO

Here is a comedy video published by Aama Aganikumari Media. This is a comedy video acted by popular comedian Takme Budo, Magne Budo, Muiya a well known actress on a show called Meri Bassai. They are also featured in a comedy serial called “Khas Khus Khas Khus”. This is a gaijatra comedy video which is a satirical.

Pratap Malla, lost his exceptionally youthful child. His better half, the ruler was in awesome wretchedness. The ruler was extremely baffled to see the state of his ruler. Lord after millions attempt couldn’t influence ruler to grin. Pratap declared that any individual who could influence the ruler to chuckle would be remunerated enough.

Pratap Malla made a request to bring the cow parade before the miserable ruler. At that point individuals attempted their best with various outfits and clever acts. The move and parade at last gave ruler bless her face. The grin right now was transitory however the parade gave ruler a major help. She realized that there are a few demise in the city amid the period and she is not the only one. Demise is the common marvel and nobody has control on it.

Subsequently, from the day King Pratap Malla began the custom of dairy animals parade with young men with various amusing make ups in entertaining outfits. The young men even put tails and make up like monkeys and Hunuman walk however the city street to indicate individuals that the demise is reality in the life and each one needs to confront it one day. The Gai Jatra convention gradually formed into doing clever acts including jokes, parodies, joke and parody in the Gai Jatra days.

After the bovine parade is finished, toward the evening, everybody partakes in another custom in which the members spruce up and wear veils. There additionally individuals appreciate the minutes with melodies, jokes, joke and humors until late night.

Gai Jatra is a celebration which empowers individuals to acknowledge the truth of death and to set oneself up for the eternal life. It recuperates the melancholy and distress, no less than a bit, when individuals see the cow ownership and acknowledge individuals pass on, and we are not the only one in the nation who lost our friends and family.

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