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Parbati Rai’s New Teej Song 2075 Maitiko Samjhana (माइतीको सम्झना)- Janaki Tarami Magar

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Parbati Rai’s New Teej Song 2075 Maitiko Samjhana (माइतीको सम्झना)- Janaki Tarami Magar

Parbati Rai was conceived in Udaypur, Nepal. She is a Pouplar demonstrate, Dancer in nepali media outlet. Parbati Rai is one of the well known Nepali artist/Model who has played in various Nepali music recordings.

Flawless Parbati Rai is outstanding model name in Nepalese music industry. Her expert profession began from moving reality indicate ‘chhamchhami’. She came to participated in chhamchhami where she took second place. In the wake of winning second title on chhamchhami Parbati doesn’t needed to think back. She began to get open doors in people music recordings .

Generally Parbati is well observed on Nepali lok dohori tunes. In the majority of the famous Nepali lok dohori recordings we can see her combine with the outstanding choreographer Shankar BC. Next to moving on Nepali lok dohori tunes Parbati is caught up with doing shows and exhibitions all through Nepal. She is one of the skilled Nepali artist who is called for occasions and projects sorted out by Nepalese in abroad.

Watch Parbati Rai’s New Teej Song 2075 Maitiko Samjhana (माइतीको सम्झना) ByJanaki Tarami Magar only on Janaki Tarami Magar’s official YouTube channel.

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Sunrise Music Presents :-
Song:- Maitiko Shamjana माइतीको सम्झना
Vocal:- Janaki Tarami Magar
Lyrics:- Janaki Tarami Magar
Music:- Janaki Tarami Magar
Audio/video:- Sunrise Music Pvt. Ltd. 9843064685
Director:- Mausam Himali
Cinematographer:- Karan Chaisir
Editor:- Nabin Gharti Magar
Artists:- Parbati Rai
Post Production:- Ekata Films

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