New Lok Dohori 2018 | Chhoto Chhoto Choli – Lalit Giri & Kabita Khanal Ft. Karishma Dhakal & Rocky

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Lalit Giri’s New Nepali Lok Folk Song

“Chhoto Chhoto Choli”

Dohori is a genre of Nepali folk music and has roots in the rural courtship traditions. In Nepali, Dohori literally means from both sides or a debate. This debate is in musical rhythm, and involves quick and witty poetry. The two teams taking part in a Dohori usually involves boys and girls in rival teams. The song starts with a question, usually from the boys’ side. The girl follows the question with a quick response and the two teams continue the musical conversation.

Dohori songs can last for as long as a week. The length of the Dohori depends on the quick thinking ability and wit of the players.

More Details About This Song

New Nepali Song Video 2018/2074 “Chhoto Chhoto Choli” By Lalit Giri & Kabita Khanal only on Music Nepal official YouTube channel.

Nepali Lok Dohori Song – Chhoto Chhoto Choli
Singer – Lalit Giri & Kabita Khanal
Lyrics – Suresh Pun
Music – Bishnu Thapa Krishna
Artists – Karishma Dhakal & Rocky Singh
Editor – Ramit Oli
Camera – Sagar Gautam
Director – Man Singh Khadka

 

Short Lyrics of This Song

Female : Heu jhai ramro mileko danta

Samhalera mau baru yo manta

Choto choto choli

Heri rahu jhai laune muhar timro lalite chha boli

Heu jhai ramro mileko danta

Samhalera mau baru yo manta

Choto choto choli

Heri rahu jhai laune muhar timro lalite chha boli

Choto choto choli

Heri rahu jhai laune muhar timro lalite chha boli

 

Male : Manche ramri chitikkai pareki

BHarkar bharkar jawani chadeki

Choto choto choli

Heru heru jhai laune muhar timro man lobhyaune boli

Manche ramri chitikkai pareki

BHarkar bharkar jawani chadeki

Choto choto choli

Heru heru jhai laune muhar timro man lobhyaune boli

Choto choto choli

Heru heru jhai laune muhar timro man lobhyaune boli

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