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New Lok Dohori 2074/2018 | Pani Khuwauna Aau – Mohan Khadka & Paru Manandhar Ft. Mohan & Paru

Love, flirt, promise with one person and marriage with another person is the main theme of this song. In this song the girl married with another boy and her lover cry for her love. This is the theme of this song. The song is written by Nabin BC and sang by Mohan Khadka and Paru Manandhar. Watch the song posted below and enjoy.

New Lok Dohori 2074/2018 | Pani Khuwauna Aau – Mohan Khadka & Paru Manandhar Ft. Mohan & Paru

Bhawana Music Solution Pvt Ltd Present’s

Kushal Thapa and Nabin Bishwokarma’s

New Nepali Folk Dohori Song “Pani Khuwana Aau”

 

New Nepali Song Video 2018/2074 “Pani Khuwauna Aau” By Mohan Khadka & Paru Manandhar only on Music Nepal official YouTube channel.

 

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

Nepali Lok Dohori Song – Pani Khuwauna Aau
Singer – Mohan Khadka & Paru Manandhar
Lyrics – Nabin BC
Music – Kishor BC
Artists – Sarika KC & Kishor
Editor – Amar Shakya
Camera – Rajesh Ghimire
Director – Kapil Lama

 

Short Lyrics of This Song

Male : Lanthe bazar haat sayai dorayudai

Aakhir aaja ti dinlai bhulyeuni

Jau bho usai sanga jaau

Yehan mero antim chha stithi

Sakchhau sakhchau bhane pani khuwana aau

Lanthe bazar haat sayai dorayudai

Aakhir aaja ti dinlai bhulyeuni

Jau bho usai sanga jaau

Yehan mero antim chha stithi

Sakchhau sakhchau bhane pani khuwana aau

Yehan mero antim chha stithi

Sakchhau sakhchau bhane pani khuwana aau

 

Female : Hijo sathai tehi matrai honi

Rampur jada kineko pachhauri

Charkidai chha dil bhitra ko ghau

Rahar bhanda thulo ho bhadyata

Testai testai paryo mana na dukhau

Hijo sathai tehi matrai honi

Rampur jada kineko pachhauri

Charkidai chha dil bhitra ko ghau

Rahar bhanda thulo ho bhadyata

Testai testai paryo mana na dukhau

Rahar bhanda thulo ho bhadyata

Testai testai paryo mana na dukhau

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