Music To Match The Dashain Vibes

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The hot and hectic summer day wind breeze is fleeting by, the cool and chilled Dashain vibe is taking over the capital promptly. Dashain, the most anticipated festival for Nepalese is approaching and the capital once again is going to be silent and rush free. Hushed streets and slim traffic, bright spirits and joyous smiles! On this mix tape Monday let us spread the merriment with some timeless Dashain songs!

 

  1. Mangal Dhoon\Dashain Dhoon – Sur Sudha:

Sursudha are devoted to making music to disseminate a universal message of peace and harmony, supporting the effort to alleviate poverty from the face of this Earth. This musical group, that has held more than 2,000 concerts on the stages of Europe, India, Japan and the USA is well known for the Mangal Dhoon. This song is an eargasmic blend of instruments like Tabla, Flute and Sitar and advocates peace and reconciliation.

 

  1. Dashain Tihar – Sugam Pokhrel:

How could we forget the fabulous musical hero of our time Mr Sugam Pokhrel,  the established music composer has brought us another brilliance in the form of the song “ Dashain Tihar “. The song expresses the happiness felt during Dashain, the good times with friends and families and the desire of abroad living citizens to drop by and celebrate this grand festival with their loved ones.

 

  1. Yespali Dashain Ma – Cool Pokhrel

You might have heard lads singing this song as they flying their kites on the festive days. Late Cool Pokhrel up beat style is best reflected in this song. A beautiful melody that celebrates  brotherhood.

 

  1. Dashain Nai Hoki – Yogeshwor Amatya

“ Huney Lai Dashain, Nahune Lai Dasha “ we all have at one point heard this saying, well now let’s leave it up to the distinctive legendary singer Yogeshwor Amatya to attractively present it in a song. The singer signature singing and the way he hits all the notes surely will make you love this one! A hilarious rendition of the festivals are really like!

 

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