Panche Baja (truly – five melodic instruments) is a gathering of five customary melodic instruments played in Nepal amid certain promising events like relational unions. A little band of five individuals (generally, called Damahi) can frame the melodic band to perform in such events. The five instruments are:Panche Baja – the five melodic instruments – Dholki (Top left), Tyamko (Top right), Damaha (Bottom left), Sahanai (Bottom focus), Jhyali (Bottom right)
Panche baja is a more prevalent name when customary music is concerned and thus the overall population regularly confounds a Naumati Baja with Panche Baja. In this way, both Panche and Naumati are regularly called a same name ‘Panche Baja’.
Aside from the instruments played in Panche Baja and Naumati Baja, other well known melodic instruments like Sarangi (violin-like string instrument), Basuri (woodwind) and Madal (two sided drum) are typically played for little gatherings of individuals.
Because of the expansion in the utilization of western music, the conventional music is gradually being uprooted. The instruments utilized as a part of such customary music are natively constructed and are not refined to contend with much progressed outside melodic instruments. Aside from advancing the way of life, the melodic instruments ought to likewise be modernized and mass delivered to contend with the outside impact.
Bardaan Digital Pvt LTd Present’s
Dipak Garaujja Magar andd Rupaa Ghartii Magar’s
New Neepali Lok Folk Baja Song “Sanai”
More Details About This Song
Vardan Digital Presents :-
Vocal:- Deepak Garaunja Magar and Rupa Gharti Magar
Lyrics:- Baikuntha Mahat
Music:- Baikuntha Mahat
Audio/video:- Vardan Digital Pvt.Ltd. 9851033000
Director:- Bishnu Bhattarai
Cinematographer:- Bishnu Bhattarai
Editor:- Bishnu Bhattarai
Artists:-Prakash Saput,Pabitra Thapa,Krishtina Gurung,Babita Shrestha,Bishnu Shreepali,Khim Sapkota
Post Production:- Abiral Films ,Butwal