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Anup Jalota to sing in Jhapa

Famous Indian hymn singer Anup Jalota is all set to serenade the lovers of hymns in a solo concert in Jhapa on February 20. The concert is being organized on the occasion of Maha Shivarati at Arjundhara Jaleshwordham.
Organized by the Arjundhara Jaleshwordham Committee, the agreement for the concert has been signed by Jalota and the organizers. Jalota will be performing at Jhapa along with his five member band. Read more >>

Countdown (Jan-22, 2012)

Baisa Jasto Badal by Durga Kharel has now overtaken Deepak Bajracharya’s Jani Jani and we have Ram Krishna Dhakal’s new song Pahadako chuk chuke make an entry into the countdown as Narendra Pyasi’s Maya O Maya makes way.

1 Baisa Jasto Badal – Durga Kharel
2 Timro Haat Samai – Shashi Rawal
3 Jani Jani – Deepak Bajracharya
4 Najik Chhaina – Shreya Sotang
5 Afnao Chaina Afnai Man – Rajesh Payal Rai

6 Timi Bina – 1974 AD
7 Rangaun Ki Ma – Nima Rumba
8 Dekhi Dekhi – Deepesh K. Bhattarai
9 Pahadako chuk chuke – Ram Krishna Dhakal
10 Aaja Kahan – 1974 AD

Hits FM Music Awards 2068

The evening of January 6, saw the Closeup 15th Hits FM Music awards at the Nepal Army Officer’s club, Bhadrakali. Considered one of the most coveted awards in the Nepali music industry, the evening announced Albatross and Narendra Pyasi, bagging three awards each, as the big winners.
Albatross won the Best Performance by a Group or Duo with Vocal, Best Rock Composition and Best Rock Vocal Performance for their hit Chaina from their latest album Atti Bhayo.
Narendra Pyasi won an award for his duo with Anju Panta, Jaam Kyare, Best Vocal Performance and Record of the Year for Maya o Maya.
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Here are all the winners – announced January 06, 2012

1 Lifetime Achievement Award: Chhetra Pratap Adhikari
2 Best New Artist: Seema Sangraula (Ke nai runchha)
3 Best Song Originally Recorded for a Motion Picture Soundtrack: Suresh Adhikari (Kasle choryo mero man)
4 Best Vocal Collaboration: Anju Pant/Narendra Pyasi (Jaam kyare)
5 Best Female Pop Vocal Performance: Pushpa Gurung (Rog ho ki ya dosh ho)

6 Best Male Pop Vocal Performance Om Bikram Bista (Gahro paryo)
7 Best Performance by Group or Duo with vocal: Albatross (Chhaina)
8 Folk Record of the Year: Tulsi Parajuli (Patan ko Paatalo Chiura)
9 Folk Album of the Year: Rup Kumar Rai (Ram Saili)
10 Best Pop Composition: Jems Pradhan (Garho parto)
11 Best Rock Composition: Albatross (Chhaina)
12 Best Arrangement: Amul Karki (Haasi Haasi)
13 Best Composition: Ashish Abiral (Maya O Maya)
14 Best Rock Vocal Performance: Albatros (Chhaina)
15 Best Female Vocal Performance: Sangeeta Rana Pradhan (Haasi Haasi)
16 Best Male Vocal Performance: Narendra Pyasi (Maya O Maya)
17 PoP/Rock Album of the Year: 1974 AD (Aaat Aaathaana)
18 Album of the Year: Rajesh Payal Rai (Rai is King)
19 Song of the Year: Kali Prasad Rijal (Nadi Tarera)
20 Record of the Year: Narendra Pyasi (Maya O Maya)

Countdown (Jan-01, 2012)

1 Jani Jani – Deepak Bajracharya
2 Baisa Jasto Badal – Durga Kharel
3 Afnao Chaina Afnai Man – Rajesh Payal Rai
4 Timi Bina – 1974 AD
5 Najik Chhaina – Shreya Sotang

6 Timro Haat Samai – Shashi Rawal
7 Rangaun Ki Ma – Nima Rumba
8 Dekhi Dekhi – Deepesh K. Bhattarai
9 Maya O Maya – Narendra Pyasi
10 Aaja Kahan – 1974 AD

Music Videos

Belarusian music video shot in Nepal

It’s an amazingly shot video. The video has captured the soul of Nepal. The temples, the stupas, the villages, the crowded cities, the mountains, the rugged terrain, and the people. And from what it sounds like, the song talks about all religions – belief in Jesus Christ, Gautam Buddha, Krishna, Prophet Mohammad and ultimately in love and good faith.

What do we share in common with Belarus

1. Both landlocked countries.
2. Large area is covered by forests.
3. Agriculture is one the main economic sectors.
4. Both are Republics.

Sur Sudha

Listen to some of Sur Sudha’s (Nepal’s Music Ambassadors) instrumental hits like Mangal Dhun, Simsime Panima, Resham Firiri, ShivaRatri, Rajamati, Fagu, Fisherman Song here.

Narayan Gopal

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‘Swar Samrat’ Narayan Gopal is without doubt the most prominent and popular singer of Nepal. Swar Samrat, means ‘King of Vocals’ and true to this, Narayan Gopal is the supreme virtuoso of Nepali music. When people think or talk about Nepali music, the name most associated is that of Narayan Gopal. While we know him as a singer, Narayan Gopal was also an accomplished music composer in his own right. Not only was he gifted with a great voice, he was very versatile. His voice range allowed him to sing songs of every genre. His songs are often richly orchestrated with the sitar, harmonium and the flute.

He has sung over 250 songs, modern songs, ballets, dance dramas, movies and patriotic songs. Most of his songs are melodies. It is said that he was very selective about which songs he sang. Although 250 songs is not a lot for some of his caliber, they are outstanding in some ways – be it the lyrical depth or superb rendition. These songs have contributed in enriching the store of Nepali Music and popularizing Nepali music even beyond political frontiers. In recognition of his contribution in the field of Nepali music, he has received several national honors and awards, Indra Rajya Laxmi Award, Chhinalata Award for vocals, Jagadamba Shree, Trishakti Patta third (awarded post humously) Urvashi Rang.

Narayan Gopal was born to a Newar family in Kathmandu in 1996 Bikram Sambat (BS). His father was a classical musician and wanted his son to follow his footsteps. Narayan Gopal was interested in music from an early age but not exactly into classical field. He studied music in India. Narayan Gopal has sung many beautiful and soulful songs composed by late Gopal Yonjon. Narayan Gopal married his long time fan from Darjeeling, Pemala Lama.

We lost this great musician to a notorious drinking that caused organ failures on December 5, 1990 at the age of 51. The cassettes and CDs of his music still, to this day, make significant sales in Nepal. Continued sales of his albums attest to his immense popularity.

Which one of these is your favorite Narayan Gopal song?
Euta Manche Ko Maya le Kati
Jhareko Paat Jhai
Yo Samjhine Man Cha
Saawan ko jhari bani
Manche ko Maya
Kehi mitho baata gara

Yo Samjhine Mann Chha

यो सम्झिने मन छ, म बिर्सुं कसोरी
तिमी नै भनी देऊ ए जाने निथुरी
यो सम्झिने मन छ, म बिर्सुं कसोरी
तिमी नै भनी देऊ ए जाने निथुरी

यी औंला तिनै हुन् तिमी ले चुमेका
परेली यिनै हुन् तिमी ले पुछेका
यी औंला तिनै हुन् तिमी ले चुमेका
परेली यिनै हुन् तिमी ले पुछेका
म सक्दिन आफ्नै प्रतिबिम्ब छोप्न
म सक्दिन छाती फुताएर जोड्न
यो सम्झिने मन छ, म बिर्सुं कसोरी
तिमी नै भनी देऊ ए जाने निथुरी

पखाले ये आँखा पनि द्रिश्य उही छ
जहाँ नै म हिंडे पनि धर्ती उही छ
पखाले ये आँखा पनि द्रिश्य उही छ
जहाँ नै म हिंडे पनि धर्ती उही छ
न सक्छु म आकाश चिथोरेर फेर्न
न सक्छु म जून को उज्यालो नै छेक्न
यो सम्झिने मन छ, म बिर्सुं कसोरी
तिमी नै भनी देऊ ए जाने निथुरी

Jhareko Paat Jhai

झरेको पात झैँ भयो उजाड मेरो जिन्दगी
निभेको दिप झैँ भयो उदास मेरो जिन्दगी
झरेको पात झैँ भयो उजाड मेरो जिन्दगी

चुरा फुटेसरी भयो चराहरु उडीगए
चुरा फुटेसरी भयो चराहरु उडीगए
हजार कोपिलाहरु नमुस्कुराउँदै झरे
उठेको बस्ती झैँ भयो प्रवास मेरो जिन्दगी

विहान जो खुशी थियो जलेर साँझ भैसक्यो
विहान जो खुशी थियो जलेर साँझ भैसक्यो
भिजेको पात पातमा निशादको कथा थियो
अधेँरी रात झैँ भयो विषाद मेरो जिन्दगी

जलिरहेछ लास भित्र भित्र कहिँ छातीमा
जलिरहेछ लास भित्र भित्र कहिँ छातीमा
टुटेफुटेका स्वप्न झैँ अँगारमात्र छातीमा
जिवन बजर सरी भयो उराठ मेरो जिन्दगी
निभेको दिप झैँ भयो उदास मेरो जिन्दगी
झरेको पात झैँ भयो उजाड मेरो जिन्दगी

Maile Punya Mann Paraye

मैले पुण्य मनपराएँ
या पाप मनपराएँ
जे होस् मैले तिमीलाई
चुपचाप मनपराएँ

जब फुल र काँडा दुइटा
सँगै रमाउन सक्छ
जब दागको रंगमा पनि
टिका समाउन सक्छ
नसोध मैले वरदान या
पाप मनपराएँ
जे होस् मैले तिमीलाई
चुपचाप मनपराएँ

तिमीसँग लिनुपनि छ
तिमीलाई दिनुपनि छ
हाम्रो हिसाब किताबमा
सच्याउनु पनि छ
यो हिसाब भुलेर तिमीलाई
बेहिसाब मनपराएँ
जे होस् मैले तिमीलाई
चुपचाप मनपराएँ
जे होस् मैले तिमीलाई
चुपचाप मनपराएँ

1974 AD

1974 AD is a Nepali Band that is primarily a Rock Band but they experiment with various genres of music including Nepali folk, ragas, funk, blues and jazz as well. 1974 AD was established in 1994 in Kathmandu, Nepal.
1974 AD are amongst the most successful recording artists in Nepal. Most of their albums are ranked among the top-ten best-selling albums according to the Hits FM of Nepal. Their concert named ‘Rock Yatra’ held in 2000 AD was watched by more than 60,000 people.

Themes of their songs include patriotism, Nepali virtues, unity, love and nationalism. There is a lot of variety in the music of 1974 AD. Their songs like Nepali, Sambodhan, Pahilo Junima, Parelima, Samjhi Baschu and Chudaina Timro Mayale amongst various others are some of the biggest hits in Nepali music.

Current band members:
Adrian Pradhan — Vocals & Drums
Nirakar Yakthumba — Bass
Manoj Kumar KC — Guitar, Keyboards
Sanjay Shrestha — Percussions
Manose Singh- Flute

Past member(s):
Phiroj Shyangden — Vocals & Guitar

Parelima lyrics

Parelima lukai rakha na
Angaloma baandi rakha
Parelima lukai rakha na
Angaloma baandi rakha

Jaana na deu, roka na roka
Udna na deu, aakash ko chari jastai malai
Bandhera rakha timrai mutu ma
Yo ta timrai dhadkan ho
Sanchera rakha timrai aankha ma
Yo ta timrai sahara ho

Mann bhitra saachi rakha na
Ankha bhitra aljhai rakha
Mann bhitra saachi rakha na
Ankha bhitra aljhai rakha

Ramna deu na, timrai aankha ma
Baas basna deu, timro hridaiko dhukdhuki ma
Bandhera rakha timrai mutu ma
Yo ta timrai dhadkan ho
Sanchera rakha timrai aankha ma
Yo ta timrai sahara ho

Bandhera rakha timrai mutu ma
Yo ta timrai dhadkan ho
Sanchera rakha timrai aankha ma
Yo ta timrai sahara ho

Parelima lukai rakha na
Angaloma baandi rakha
Parelima lukai rakha na
Angaloma baandi rakha

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