Gajendra Rijal’s New Nepali Lok POp Song “Bhamara”

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Shiva Darshan Flims Pvt Ltd Present’s

Gajendra Rijal’s New Nepali Lok POp Song

“Bhamara”

Ft.Chanda Dahal ll latest Hot Video 2018/2074

 

More Details About This Song

Shiva Darshan Digital Presents:- Lok Pop Song 2018 ll 2074
Song:- BHAMARA
Vocal:- Meghjan Kadayat & Sanu Surkhali
Lyrics:- Gajendra Rijal & Laxmi Chaulagain
Music:- Meghjan Kadayat
Audio/video:- Shiva Darshan Films Pvt. Ltd. 9841412280
Director:- Nishan SK
Cinematographer:- Basu Baral
Editor:- Prakash SK
Model:- Gajendra , Chanda & Awatit
Post Production:- Shiva Darshan Films Pvt. Ltd. 9841412280

Nepalese melodic instruments have huge substance in its way of life and society. No custom, celebration or any service abandon these instruments Panche Baajabeing played. In the event that memorable realities are anything to trust then Nepal has in excess of 200 melodic instruments of its own and just around 100 have been found till date.

Nepal has such huge numbers of types of music of its own to impart to whatever remains of the world. Besides, the melodic custom is so assorted alongside loads of remarkable melodic instruments being played. Each ethnic gathering

An ethnic gathering (or ethnicity) is a gathering of individuals whose individuals relate to each other, through a typical legacy, comprising of a typical dialect, a typical culture (regularly including a mutual religion) and a custom of basic family line (comparing to a past filled with endogamy).

has their one of a kind arrangement of instruments that they play. Among many, an ethnic group that has memorable touch with Nepalese music is the Damai. They are the conventional performers who play melodic instruments in services, events, and so forth to play out the customs and convention. The association of Damai is by all accounts joined with the development of a level drum called Damaha which is by and large arranged by wood or metal. The Dhimey Newari Music, Nepalname Damai indicates the utilitarian connection amongst Damaha and the one playing it.

It is pitiful that there are as yet many instruments, which are unheard, untouched and unexplored yet it is more regrettable when lovely instruments like the Sarangi

 

likewise get missing in the obscurity. Sarangi is the Nepalese rendition of the violin and is cherished by all the Nepalese individuals. Notwithstanding, the bosses of Sarangi have gradually been moving far from it and we don’t get the chance to hear quite a bit of it today. The performers of the ethnic Gandharbha people group

Gandarbha is a Dalit people group which has a place with the Indo-Aryan ethnic gathering. from focal uneven district of Nepal. By custom they make their living by singing Gandarbha Geet or Gaine Geet, a sort of people tune.

are the best Sarangi players in Nepal and they make enchantment when they play heart touching tunes with their Sarangi.

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