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New Panchhe Baja Song -Joban Satne Ho – Devendra Kunwor & Devi Gharti Ft.Bimal & Apekshya

Nepali special music for marriage ceremony is called panche Baja. This is a tune of marriage, nowadays for some good work this music is also used just like political leaders winning march, they visit whole city with panche baja in front of them. The panche baja is also taken as a good luck baja. There is a saying that when you move behind the panche baja it is very lucky.  When a Nepali people listen panche baja, they know that there is a marriage ceremony happening. In marriage ceremony boy goes to the girls home to take home with panche baja. Nowadays there are lots of singer singing this song. This song is sang by popular singer Devi Gharti with devendra Kunwar. In the video of this song we can also see the marriage ceremony happening and the girl and boy are enjoying by dancing in the music of Panche Baja. This is a traditional music of Nepal. Watch the song posted below and enjoy.

Bhawana Music SOlution Pvt Ltd Present’s

Devendra Kunwar’s New Nepali Lok Panche Baja Song

“Joban Satne ho”


Short Lyrics of This Song

Male : MItha mitha sapana sachaulaa

Sayau juni sangai bhai bachaulaa

Joban satne ho, joban satne ho

Ekai chinlai haina you zindagi juni kaatne ho

Sapna chaula, sayau juni sangai bhai bachaulaa

Joban satne ho, joban satne ho

Ekai chhin lai hoina you zindagi juni kaatne ho

Joban satne ho, joban satne ho

Ekai chhin lai hoina you zindagi juni kaatne ho


Female : Sakchhu timlai you chokho man dina

Timro bahek kasaiko bandina

Joban satne ho, joban satne ho

Ekai chinalai hoina yo jindagi juni kaatne ho

Yo chokho man dina, timro bahek kasaiko bandina

Joban satne ho, joban satne ho

Ekai chhin lai hoina you zindagi juni kaatne ho


More Details About This Song

Right for this video is provided by Bhawana Music Solution Pvt.Ltd.

Joban Satne Ho
Singer – Devendra Kunwor & Devi Gharti
Lyrics – Devendra Kunwor
Music – Devendra Kunwor
Artists – Bimal Adhikari & Apekshya Basyal
Editor – Amar Shakya
Camera – Rajesh Ghimire
Director – Kapil Lama

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