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“Dui Mana Dudh” By Tika Pun & Ramkumar Basnet – New Nepali Song

New Nepali Song Video 2018/2075 “Dui Mana Dudh” By Tika Pun & Ramkumar Basnet only on Music Nepal official YouTube channel.

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Nepali Teej Song – Dui Mana Dudh
Singer – Tika Pun & Ramkumar Basnet
Lyrics – Pradip Kandel
Music – Narayan Pandey
Artists – Pradip Kandel (Gaje Bahun), Jiten Chhetri, Anju Adhikari & Mamata Chaudhary
Editor – Bikash Gyawali
Camera – Tank KC
Director – Madan Khadka

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Teej is the fasting celebration of ladies in Nepal. Hitched ladies watch Teej quick to respect Lord Shiva and for long and sound existence of their better half. Unmarried young ladies likewise watch quick on this day for a decent spouse. Teej festivities goes on for three devout days. Customary moves and melodies shape an essential element of Teej festivities. Red shading is viewed as propitious for ladies watching Teej quick thus the majority of them spruce up in red or marriage garments. Teej is additionally called “Hari Talika Teej”.

“Teej” is a little red creepy crawly that leaves the dirt amid the blustery season. It is said that Teej got its name from a similar red creepy crawly. That is the reason Teej is praised in red.


Teej is commended for three devout days. Every day has its own particular singnificance.

First day is designated “Dar Khane Din”, the day to make joyful.

Second day is a fasting day.

The most recent day is designated “Rishi Panchami”. This is the fourth day of Teej puja.

Dar Khane Din:

The principal day of Teej in Nepal is known as the “Dar Khane Din”. On this day, the ladies assembles at one place in their best clothing types and perform conventional move and sing reverential tunes blended with Nepali people and Dohori melodies. A unique sustenance called “dar” is eaten. Ladies who go in fasting the precise following day eat a major devour – “daro khana” (दर्हो खाना) that implies an overwhelming nourishment in Nepali. It is said that “daro khane” moved toward becoming “dar khane”. Whatever, the significance is, they go for enormous devour that night with deserts (mithai), nepali sustenances like sel, puri, products of the soil veggie lover nourishments like lambs and chicken by a few networks. Festivities proceed till midnight after which the 24-hour long quick starts.

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