Nepali Songs – List of 86 Old Nepali Songs Collection


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Nepali Songs – List of 86 Old Nepali Songs Collection

  1. Yo samjini Mann cha:

It is one of the popular old Nepali. It is composed by Narayan is the song of geeti yatra dhun.the length of this song is 5:01 minutes. It is mainly about “when the heart is separated”.this song is all about love or unlimited love.nobdy can ignore this song because its very heart touching song.

  1. Paralima:

It is also another popular song of Nepal. It is composed of Nepali rock band in is heart touching song. Anyone can be attracted to this song, so it is taken as popular song.lenght of this song is a 4:50 minute.

  1. Pul ko Akha ma Fulai Sansara:

This Nepalese geet is one of the melodies that have made Nepalese all around the globe feel great tuning in to. The implying that is behind this Nepali melody which advances generosity and conjunction are beautiful to the point that no one can remain untouched with the significance of the tune. Besides, the magnificence of Ane Chhoying’s delightful voice has made this Nepalese geet additional lovely and one that can be tuned in to over and over without getting tired of the melody.

  1. Kun Mandira Janchau Yatri:

the another Nepali Song is penned by the most prominent artist in Nepal the Great Laxmi Prasad Devkota. This Nepalese geet has touched the hearts of millions as a result of the lovely words that it has. This Nepali melody fundamentally discusses how sanctuaries, in spite of the prevalent view that it is the holiest of the sacred; the writer says that human body itself resembles a sanctuary. People can simply keep their own particular body and musings composed so as to meet the heavenly nature inside.

5. Sri Man Gambhira Nepali:

On the off chance that we are to discuss one specific melody which had joined the Nepalese for quite a long time and decades, it was the previous national song of the devotion of Nepal ‘Sriman Gambhira Nepali’.


This Nepali Song is touching in its own particular manner since it was the national hymn and despite the fact that it has been supplanted now to suit the New Nepal that we are in the present moment, this Nepalese geet in itself had been an incredible wellspring of motivation for Nepalese everywhere throughout the world to join together. Not just that, this Nepali tune additionally mirrors the regular conclusions of Nepalese that have been scattered all around the globe.

  1. Yasai Gari Bitai Dinchu – Narayan Gopal:

This is another Nepalese geet by Narayan Gopal which has been fruitful in touching the hearts of a huge number of Nepalese all around the globe, not simply in Nepal. This lovely tune and the significance behind it has been exceptionally touching. This Nepali tune essentially discusses how one would relinquish his own particular wishes for the others. It is somewhat pitiful in its message yet that is precisely why this Nepali tune has a profound importance.

  1. Timra Paun Haruma Ma –Tara Devi:

Penned by the late ruler Chandni Shah and sung by Tara Devi, this Nepali tune is a wonderful melody about adoration and dedication towards the one you cherish. This Nepali melody has dependably been a delightful tune that gave wonderful significance to love.

Be that as it may, after the regal slaughter, specifically, this Nepali melody turned out to be considerably more mainstream and touched the hearts of a large number of Nepalese all finished Nepal and the world as well. The feelings appeared by the ruler towards the lord after the slaughter turned into the feelings by every last Nepali.

  1. Jaha Chhan Buddha ka Akha:

Another lovely melody which helps Nepalese to remember the excellent legacy that we have as the nation of Nepal, it is this Nepalese geet ‘Jaha Chhan Buddha Ka Akha’. This Nepali tune which is a national melody influence each Nepali heart to bow down in respect when they hear it.

This Nepali tune discusses the wonderful nationality of Nepal which we should all be pleased with. This Nepali tune discusses the affection for Nepal, Nepali history, and the legacy. Not just that, it recollects the commitments of the decades.

  1. Rato Ra Chandra Surya:

In the event that there is one thing that joins all Nepalese everywhere throughout the world, it is the nationality. With regards to Nepali nationality, everybody in Nepal is so cautious about it that it is frequently a case of different nations too.

Indeed, even today, a tad of remark towards the nation in any sort of worldwide field won’t go unnoticed by the Nepalese everywhere throughout the world. It isn’t with no reason that Nepalese have been known as the overcome warriors of the nation who have spared the nation from remote intrusion constantly. This Nepali melody commends this specific nature of Nepal and Nepalese.

  1. Hatne Hoina Dati Ladne Nepali ko Bani Huncha:

Another national melody that accuses each Nepali of a fire that is so pleased with Nepali legacy is this Nepalese geet – ‘Hatne Hoina Dati Ladne’. This Nepali melody particularly discusses how Nepal is bound together by the diverse images that have joined Nepal from times immemorial. The images could be anything like the King and Queen, The shading Red, The banner, the national creature Danfe, The social legacies of Nepal and the Nepali feeling. Wonderfully composed, this Nepali tune was additionally utilized as the national song of praise as well. Each understudy ought to find out about this Nepali tune in their lives so as to be glad for the Nepali legacy that they have.

  1. Uu Jitera Gai ya Harera Gai:

Another deplorable melody which had a decent effect and touched the hearts of a huge number of Nepalese is this Nepali tune ‘UU jitera Gai ya Harera Gai, Natija afai tira parera gai’. This profound melody which has a traditional base and has been enhanced with delightful singing was an exceptionally prevalent tune when it at first turned out. Indeed, even till now, this Nepalese geet has been a tune that each artist tries to sing to.

  1. Dhuru dhuru narou aama:

The 90-year old inhaled his last at his own habitation at Swayambhu Tuesday morning. The prominent society artist had been experiencing an extended ailment. Conceived in Batulechaur of Pokhara in 1924, Thapa helped spread the message of recently gained majority rule government (1951) among individuals with his mainstream tunes – Prajatantrako kaafal pakyo bari lai, Hariyo danda mathi radiance jotne saathi, Hamro Tenjin Sherpale chadyo Himal chuchura, Aaja madal bajeko kina gaubesi Duniya byujahuna, Dhurudhuru narou aama, Timro aanshu puchera chodaula, Ghar samhjhi royera hola, Danda Kati gayeko was also very heart touching song of Nepal.

  1. Thahai Thiyena Dil –by Pradeep Raj Pandey:

This Nepali tune is a traditional tune that turned out numerous years prior. But since of the excellence of this Nepali tune, this Nepalese geet has been a great tune in Nepali music industry. The words that go ‘Thahai thiyena dil aago bina nai jaldo rahecha’ have been a melody that touched hearts of millions of Nepalese.

  1. Yeti Chhokho Yeti Mitho:

This Nepali melody by Narayan Gopal is one of the works of art of Nepali music industry. This excellent tune, in view of the route in which it commends love, has been undisputed top choices of each Nepali who have ever been enamored. This Nepalese geet is practically similar to a song of praise to the sweethearts. The wonderful words and the fantastic vocals have made this Nepali tune such a stunner to tune in to.

  1. Lolayeka Ti Thula Akha –Gulam Ali:

A tune that made history in Nepali music industry is Lolayeka Ti Thula Akha. This Nepali tune is especially dear to Nepalese in light of the fact that Gulam Ali who is a worldwide melodic sensation from Pakistan sang this Nepalese geet altogether in Nepali. What’s more, he has made a superb showing with regards to with this Nepalese melody. Delightful words, awesome creation, and amazing vocals make this Nepali tune a standout amongst the most famous melodies in Nepali music industry.

15.Birata ko Chino – By Narayan Gopal:

Another heart touching melody for all Nepalese is ‘Birata ko Chino’. This Nepalese melody tells about the grit of Nepali hearts and how Nepali valiance has been world evaluated. In its heart, this Nepali melody is a tune of national opinion. Saying about Nepal, and the qualities a Nepali ought to have, this Nepali tune is heart touching likewise on the grounds that it hits the line with Nepalese who live abroad and are filling in as fighters in a remote land.

  1. Amai le sodhlin ni Khai chhoro Bhanlin:

When it is about heart touching Nepali melodies how might we overlook the society tunes of Nepal? People tunes are those formed customarily and exchanged orally through ages. One of such melodies that the ‘Gaine’ people group sings is ‘Amai Le Sodhlin NI Khai Chhori Bhanlin’. This Nepali tune is an extremely touching tunes those discussions about a child of a family who has traveled to another country and is presently telling his family and everybody in the relationship that they ought to overlook him.

  1. Aama – By Nepathya:

This Nepalese tune ‘Aama’ by Nepathya has been a melody that everybody in their lives would have acknowledged. Eventually, in life, each Nepali would have tuned in to this Nepali melody and recalled their own mom. The passionate association between a mother and kid is so pleasantly caught in this Nepali tune that it touches hearts of the individuals who tune in to this Nepali tune. Furthermore, in such manner, Nepathya as a band itself has had the entire commitment.


  1. Ma timro Shahar Chodi Tadha Tadha Jadaichu –By Pradeep Raj Pandey:

Another heart touching melody by a Nepali craftsman who has been exceptionally prominent in Nepali music industry is ‘Mama TimroShaharChodiTadhaTadhaJadai Chu’ by Pradeep Raj Pandey. This melody is a work of art and it has been mainstream among Nepalese for a long lengthy time-frame. It is a lovely melody with excellent verses and alleviating music.

Nepalese in Nepal as well as the individuals who are living abroad likewise think about this tune and get a kick out of the chance to hear it over and over. The tune is essentially an affection tune yet it is a terrible one in which the vocalist is bemoaning about a lost love.

  1. Euta Manche ko:

Narayan Gopal Guruacharya, otherwise called “Swor Samrat” (Emperor of Voice) was a hit in those days. Despite everything he is. Furnishing the world with “Catastrophe Song” class, he told everybody that everybody harms now and then. He really was an awesome vocalist with a voice that could go as high as he needed or as low as he favored. His melodic numbers are a hit are as yet getting airplay nowadays.

“Euta Manche Ko” must be a standout amongst the most prominent melody by Narayan Gopal. Others being “Yo Samjhine Mann Chha” and “Kehi Mitho” to give some examples. When I was a child, even I used to give my endeavors in singing his melodies despite the fact that I didn’t comprehend them in those days. This melody is justified regardless of a listen still today.

  1. Ukali Orali – Tara Devi:

Tara Devi otherwise called “Koili Devi” or the “Songbird of Nepal” was the most well known female vocalist. Recording a huge number of melodies in her lifetime, she sang tunes about our country and our kin. The general population of Nepal was charmed by her devoted tunes in those days. She additionally sang on the theme of adoration. Ukali Orali is a standout amongst the most valuable tune skilled by the nightingale to this world.

Her voice turns out to a level of clearness that very few in this world can accomplish. The words to this melody are composed by Chandani Shah and the music is by Nati Kaji. Ukali Orali is really an ageless exemplary that can never get old.

  1. Asarai Mahinama – Chujan Dukpa:

This pitiful tune recounts the anecdote about a man recalling his significant other, child and town which he needed to leave to come work in a major city far away. The man is thinking back the time with his family in this tune. This is an incredible immortal great by Chujan Dukpa. The tune has been remixed a few times including one from the prominent Indian Idol champ Prashant Tamang. In any case, none of those can even approach this unique one.

  1. Eh Kanchi maila-Arjun Thapa:

Aruna Lama was known as the “Songbird of the Hills” and her voice was all that anyone could need to demonstrate it. Cherished by numerous, her tunes stole away the hearts of loads of individuals. She had a lot of hits in those days and I chose to list this one called “Eh Kancha Malai”. This melody is incredible and worth a play.

  1. Mohani laglahoi-Narayan Gopal and Asha Bhosle:

I told just a single melody for each craftsman yet this tune from the film Chino is too great to pass up a major opportunity. Likewise, this melody highlights Asha Bhosle an unmistakable Indian artist. With the considerable Nepali on-screen character Shiva Shrestha featuring in this motion picture and tune, this tune was a major hit. My companions moved to it and I was excessively timid, making it impossible to flaunt my moves.

  1. Jati Maya laya pani-Arjun Thapa:

Jati Maya Laye pani is another great catastrophe tune performed by Arun Thapa. This tune is thoroughly mind-blowing with an exemplary vibe that will take your heart away.

  1. Aage aage topa ko gola:

I knew Danny Denzongpa from tunes like “Rato Rani Fule Jhai Saanjhama” and “Chiso Hawama”. Yet, only a couple of years prior individuals from the web found this incredible tune called “Aage Topaiko Gola” sung by Danny Denzongpa and Asha Bhosle. On account of web-based social networking, this is a hit number still to this date.

  1. kusum rumal-Udit Narayan Jha Deepa Jha:

From the hit motion picture Kusume Rumal, the title melody Kusume Rumal is a significant hit. Sung by Udit Narayan Jha and Deepa Jha for this 1985 Nepali Romantic film, this is a melody that isn’t obscuring to numerous.

  1. Gajalu ti Thula Thula aaka:

Galaju Ti Thula Akha is a lovely melody by Gulam Ali. Absolutely a hit Nepali great that has been secured by a ton of music aficionados to date. Additionally, as a side note, this tune is composed by M.B.B. Shah.

  1. Daurali ukali-Saroj Gopal:

Accepting a lot of plays in Radio Nepal back in the days, Derail Ukali is a better than average exemplary Nepali melody. This melody is from the mid-70s. This must be one of the most established tunes in this rundown.

  1. Makhamali cholo-Meera rana:

this is one additional melody for Nepali exemplary music sweethearts. This tune is by Meera Rana called Makhamali Choli. Sung quicker than whatever is left of the tunes, this is one of those that made a cutting-edge stride in the field of Nepali music.

  1. sambhodan-1974ad:

it is the popular song of is released in is released by the satapadi is one the old pop song. The length of this song is 4:50 minutes.

Nepali Songs : More List of 56 Old Nepali Songs Collection

S.NTitle of the SongsLenth
1Danny Denzongpa : Man Ko Kura Lai..मनको कुरालाई बाँधी नराख2:48
2नाउ त मेरो अक्कले3:03
3nepali old song (Bagmati panchal)1:32
4Narayan Gopal: Baini Ko Daya Chha Bhane…….by narayan gopal songs…4:30
5Kei Mitho – Narayan Gopal Dedicating A Song To Queen Aishwarya Rajya Laxmi Devi .5:01
6nepali old melodies song chhoro chahi2:44
7surya thulung…nepalese song4:52
8Bukyani ma buki phulyo2:33
9reshami nani-by Dharma Raj thapa2:56
10dhuru dhuru narou aama – by dharma raj thapa3:16
11aakash bhari naulakh tara- by Dharma raj thapa2:31
12Timile bhane birseki hauli- by Dharma Raj Thapa3:03
13Bhupen Hazarika & Anju Devi__saanjh bhay aayo5:51
14Kasari Bhanne Ho Trishna Kasto Ho Danny Denjongpa5:00
15Kaha ma katyo-by Ganga Bardan4:55
16Dibya bola gunera –by  Ramesh Dhital and Natikaji2:52
17Yogesh Vaidya and Natikaji (Aankhaima Raat gali and Sapana dekhnu aghi)7:45
19Kina ho yeti bharosa – by Chandani Shah, Natikaji and Tara Devi4:19
20Kati pyasi chha zindagi – by Yogesh Vaidya3:04

List of 56 Old Nepali Songs Collection

Old Nepali Songs Collection

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21Old Nepali Song – Phoola ko paat ma – by Natikaji and Rabindra Shah2:50
22Old Nepali Song – Neerab raat ma – by Natikaji and Kiran Kharel3:07
23Kati yesta – by Yadav Kharel, Natikaji and Yogesh Vaidya3:04
24Ye dai kali pari – by Tara Devi2:55
25Timilai dekhera – by Udit Narayan Jha2:54
26Bolauna ta bolaye nai – by Ishwor Ballav, Natikaji and Yogesh Vaidya3:06
27Pahile pahile kura garai – by Yogesh Vaidya, Kiran Kharel and Natikaji3:06
28Para laijau phool haru – by Rajendra Thapa, Natikaji and Premdhoj4:49
29Timle ta hoina – by Bachchu Kailash4:07
30Old nepali song – Ke chha ra diu and Chhat pat garera nai – Natikaji and M.B.B. Shah6:17
31Ye jun ye tara – by Yogesh Vaidya4:35
32Timro ek ek dukha – by Phatteman Rajbhandari3:51
33Old Nepali Song – Timile diyeka mayalu – by Chandani Shah5:44
34Old Nepali Song – Timlai hansera – by Chandani Shah4:13
35Kali pari – by Tara Devi2:49
36Aanshu ra Shushkera – by Chandani Shah5:02
37Ajai ra rati – by Narayan Gopal2:56
38Old Nepali Song – Timra paauharu ma – by Chandani Shah3:27
39Nepali hami – by Natikaji and Madhav P. Ghimire3:10
40Yesto pani hundo rahechha – by Fatteman Rajbhandari2:51

List of 56 Old Nepali Songs Collection

You can watch here a video songs of Man ko Kura lai Bandhi Narakha by Denny Denzongpa


41A Folk Song: Ghintang ma Ghintang Madal Bajyo by – Phatteman Rajbhandari and Tara Devi4:32
42Phoola ko thunga –by  Tara Devi – From Nepali movie – “Manko Bandh”4:11
43Phulai Phoola –by  Tara Devi3:00
44Yo Nepali shir uchali – by Original version3:33
45Timle jati nai maya diye pani – by Tara Devi3:27
46Kukhura basyo bihani hansyo – by Natikaji2:40
47Deurali ma batas chalyo – by Premdhoj Pradhan4:25
48Rimjhim Rimjhim – by Tara Devi4:44
49Gham ma pani maya – by Chandani Shah4:20
50Mirmire bihani ma – by Natikaji3:01
51Shunshaan Prakritiko.. Chandani Shah, Natikaji and Tara Devi6:04
52Himshrinkhala ma – Chandani Shah4:22
53Hiranya Bhojpure’s Nepali Lok Geet5:14
54Janna Kabi Keshari Dharmaraj Thapa- by Hamra Tenzing Sherpale3:10
55Jata Hidyo Utai Tanne by Narayan Gopal4:13
56Mero Geet Merai Pratibimba Hoina by Narayan Gopal3:25


Music of Nepal alludes to the different melodic classifications heard in Nepal. With more than fifty ethnic gatherings, the music of the nation is exceptionally various. Classifications like shake, Nep-bounce ko bato, society, traditional music, and Ratna music are broadly found, yet numerous less regular sorts are yet to be indexed. Rap additionally once in a while shows up on the Nepalese music graphs. A significant number of the nation’s melodic groups are situated in Kathmandu valley, particularly the current ones concentrated on pop and shake.

Old is gold, it is dependably said. When I was a five-year-old, around 55 years back, my older folks said their longtime past days were gold. Today, my child, who is around 30, says, “old is gold.”  I generally ask why everybody’s long time past days are superior to their present. Old music and tunes were great. Old movies were remarkable. Old clothing were of better quality. Old craftsmanship was worthier. Old silk sarees were great. In the past days, nourishment was of exclusive expectations. Old vessels and products were of high caliber.

Old educators were superb. Old schools were better focuses on learning. Old furniture pieces were all the more engaging. Old houses were easy to use, breezy and very much ventilated. Old amusements at least, however, unrefined devices were all the more charming. The old All India Radio engaged every one of us with great projects. Old kinships were more dependable. The old wine was great. Why this old Kolaveri di and da? Is it a comment with one’s mind? No. It can’t be gotten over or wished away essentially like that. Old is, and was, truly gold. Yet, why?

Times are evolving quickly. Qualities are dissolving. Goodness is supplanted and it is currently measured by insightfulness to get on with life. We have turned out to be too much careful, tricky and more suspicious for no genuine reason. Today, we search everybody, deep down at any rate. We bring things with a squeeze of salt. Despite the fact that the present material solaces — that couldn’t belong for 10 years prior — are in abundance, as yet something is out of order about existence. What is it? Peace? Joy?  Peace won before, regardless of wars.

There was trust. There was trust. Individuals loose better. There was no commotion for things that one didn’t have. The nonattendance of those, that were not considered fundamental to possess, never had any effect on a cheerful life.  There was satisfaction. The rivalry was less vicious. There were concern, love, and genuine holding. There was fellowship. More essential, individuals understood. Almost certainly, there were destitution and shortage, lack and trouble.

Yet, there was excellence in life and comity among all. Debates were rapidly and genially dealt with. Courts had genuinely less business.  At the point when China attacked us in the mid-1960s, there was intense apportioning of basics. Sugar vanished. In any case, individuals were content with jaggery. Wheat supplanted rice in numerous south Indian families as a one-time staple sustenance. Fasting and starving were days to day undertakings. Individuals helped each other. There was an aggregate power outage and individuals abandoned power for quite a long time.

There was kinship.  Spots of love were peaceful and quiet. There was no dread harbored, either in the brain or seriously. All people group existed together agreeably and individuals sat tight for better circumstances. They endured inadequacies in others and suited stupidities, deficiencies, and traps of others. They took peculiarities in their walk without mumble. Rank consumerism was non-existent.

Families were enormous and joint family was the standard. There were visitors to share of sustenance and there was preparation to share whatever one had. Downpours were unique and grins were common. Air was new. There were few benefits to appreciate. However life was finished, significant and healthy. Individuals loaned cash to the penniless without reports and paper. Obligations were composed off without challenges and challenges. Times were immortal. Qualities were significant and standards were precious.  The fundamental entryway of our home, situated at the fag end of our residential community in Andhra Pradesh, was never bolted aside from amid night.

Windows were open 24 hours of the day. There were no twofold barbecues for the fundamental entryway. We knew everybody in the town, however by epithets (just the postman knew the genuine names). Today, not knowing the neighbor is a decorum and standard. Protection is mixed up with freedom and flexibility. One is constrained to take a gander at the occupants’ graph in the flat complex to think about the neighbors confined in the matchbox lofts. 

On the off chance that it was noon, the visitor would go along with us. Oddly, there was constantly enough sustenance at any rate for one visitor. Visitors never brought their cleansers, towels, hair oil or shaving sets. Guests accompanied the base and left with the most extreme that we could bear the cost of and save for them. Today, it is “me and mine” way of life. A visitor is the most unwelcome soul, all the more so when the most loved TV serial is on.  We as a whole strolled to the school, miles away, shoeless in the searing sun. We never felt the agony. There were tragedies in families.

Individuals took them in their walk. Nobody hurried to the media. The media were more capable and develop. Senseless stories were never engaged. There was no melodrama. Regular cataclysms did happen and sufferings were more serious. However, individuals inhaled simple. Indeed, even one-in addition to one family is choking out today. There were very few phones. Mobiles were non-existent. However, individuals chatted blissfully. 

There were no high-cc bikes. However, companions met each other consistently. There were no superfast transports or prepares. (Disregard the planes). A 40-km travel took three hours. However, none grumbled. Specialists were rare. Ailments were numerous.

No enormous clinics, take off alone super-strength offices, for miles and miles. Nobody protested.  There was give and take, and there were genuine tears amid harsh circumstances. Streets were free of showy four-wheelers. Dresses were carefully fit and not readymade. Hoteliers served new nourishment. Sustenance was never refrigerated. Organic product juices were crisp, never tinned. Home sustenance was stove hot, never re-warmed.  Today, it is utilized and toss, be it a battery, a contraption, an apparatus, father or mother. Those days, it was utilized, recollect and regard.

Why we should listen preserve this old song these and why they are?

As we know it is said that old is gold, it means the old song has luster. Old is gold, it is dependably said. When I was a five-year-old, around 55 years back, my older folks said their longtime past days were gold. Today, my child, who is around 30, says, “old is gold.”  I generally ask why everybody’s long time past days are superior to their present. Old music and tunes were great. Old movies were remarkable.

Old clothing was of better quality. Old craftsmanship was worthier. Old silk sarees were great. In the past days, nourishment was of exclusive expectations. Old vessels and products were of high caliber.  Old educators were superb. Old schools were better focuses on learning. Old furniture pieces were all the more engaging. Old houses were easy to use, breezy and very much ventilated. Old amusements at least, however, unrefined devices were all the more charming. The old All India Radio engaged every one of us with great projects.

There are many old songs of Nepal among them following old songs are most popular at that time. We should listen to these songs to preserve our culture of old or legend time.  These songs help us to preserve our heritage and our culture for the upcoming or future generation who live in the rural area of help to preserve our languages which are in endangered helps to us all Nepalese to listen to our own songs, wear our own national dress and follow our ancestors.

The Music Museum of Nepal has been working for over 10 years in recovering, monitoring and afterward chronicling the social and ethnic melodic instruments of Nepal with the expectation of safeguarding them for the future age.  By The trolley transport remain at Tripureshwor won’t have much utilized nowadays after the administration ceased, however, a yellow board adjacent to a wooden, customary building has its importance. Music Museum of Nepal was set up in 1995 A.D by Ram Prasad Kandel as a tribute to his Guru Swami A Dayananda Saraswati.

It was an unimportant accumulation of melodic instruments from various societies all through Nepal before it was enrolled as a historical center in 1997 A.D.  “I am not a performer, nor do I sing. I don’t know why I guaranteed my master to work in the field of protection of melodic instruments of Nepal, yet I did. What’s more, I have put over the most recent 15 years assembling this historical center,” shared Kandel.

A panel runs the exhibition hall and gives money related help to deal with the historical center’s costs. Fifty-six individuals from assorted social foundations work here. Some of them have no learning at all about music by any means. Notwithstanding, every one of them makes them thing in like manner – a vigorous want to take a shot at recovering and monitoring social and ethnic melodic instruments of Nepal. 

The individuals from the Music Museum of Nepal make it a point to visit puts all finished Nepal looking for melodic instruments. One may respect the procedure basically, however, in truth, it requires concentrated information of the way of life, topography, and history of the spots they visit. “Up until this point, we have set out to 45 locales and have gone over 602 melodic instruments.

I am almost certain there are more than 1000 instruments in Nepal,” shares Kandel. Nepal is known for its assorted variety of culture and positions and there are diverse instruments for various events having a place with a solitary station or culture. One can envision the assorted variety and number of instruments from around the nation.  The way toward gathering the instruments requires broad information about the group.

Some of these instruments are several years of age and hold extraordinary criticalness in the lives of individuals of the group. To them, these instruments are a lifestyle, an essential piece of themselves. A significant number of their stories rotate around these instruments and the instruments don’t simply talk about the present. “In the event that individuals find numerous Sankhas in a specific place amid exhuming then the place more likely than not been under Vaishnavs.

Melodic instruments can educate us concerning the historical backdrop of the place and the other way around,” says Kandel. He includes, “The inquiry can’t be restricted to a solitary place, it must be different. A few instruments are utilized many kilometers separated in two better places by various gatherings of individuals.

Music isn’t something you can amass in a specific range. The look for melodic instruments is a dreary procedure and requires tolerant specialists.”  Today Music Museum of Nepal is home to 350 distinctive melodic instruments. The wooden building holds inside itself societies and stations speaking to Nepal from a miniaturized scale level.

The instruments incorporate famous ones like the Sarangi and the Vina with some uncommon ones like the Piwachha – a Newari instrument from Kathmandu, which is in the condition of elimination since individuals don’t play it any longer. Jor Basuri, from the Sunuwar rank of eastern Nepal and the Tin Taare Sarangi from the Terai is a portion of alternate instruments. The instruments are arranged into nine gatherings in view of how they are played and on their appearance. Some have strings, some are empty and some need fingers while others basically require sticks to deliver sound.  Diverse events see the instruments being played.

While Tharu men utilize a specific instrument to cajole ladies into wedding them, customary healers have instruments they use to mend infirmities or perform ceremonies as basic as marriage and as arbitrary as ceasing hailstones. Music is really and legitimately, utilized for various events crosswise over Nepal for purposes that are here and there normal and now and again unprecedented.

Murchunga, Nyahung, Bhokkar, and Ghando are some other well-known instruments in the historical center. For the individuals who have some information on music, the historical center can be greatly engaging and for the individuals who don’t think about Nepali music, the experience is illuminating. Alongside an assortment of instruments, the place gives an accumulation of one of a kind instrument as well. There is the biggest sarangi – a 7 foot 3 inches-structure and furthermore the littlest one at 7 inches. The two structures are the biggest and the littlest sarangi that can be played.

While music can engage, the way toward dealing with recovering melodic instruments and chronicling them can challenge. Smash Prashad Kandel and his companions have worked appropriately from gathering and building the melodic instruments to set up the exhibition hall, with no noteworthy help from outside the advisory group. “We have taken a stab at getting support from the administration and worldwide offices.

Be that as it may, we are not artists, ethnomusicologists or perceived open figures. In this way, it is likely troublesome for offices to believe us. We work with gifts from advisory group individuals. We contribute and afterward chip away at saving the melodic instruments. We start a program and afterward work to finish it. The thing is the point at which you start something great, some way or another it closes well. Up until this point, we have had our hiccups yet some way or other projects have been effective,” offers Kandel.  Individuals call music a worldwide dialect. It is the core of any tune as well. Kandel shares his experience with an execution in Liverpool where Nepalese performers had taken part.

There was no fear harbored, either in the cerebrum or genuinely. All social order existed together pleasantly and people sat tight for better conditions. They continued insufficiencies in others and suited stupidities, inadequacies, and traps of others. They took idiosyncrasies in their stroll without murmur. Rank consumerism was non-existent. Families were gigantic and joint family was the standard.

There were guests to share of sustenance and there was an arrangement to share whatever one had. Deluges were extraordinary and smiles were normal. Air was new. There were few advantages to appreciate. However life was done, huge and solid. People advanced money to the destitute without reports and paper. Commitments were made off without difficulties and difficulties.

Times were eternal. Qualities were critical and models were valuable. The principal passage of our home, arranged at the fag end of our private group in Andhra Pradesh, was never catapulted beside in the midst of night. Windows were open 24 hours of the day. There were no twofold grills for the central passage. We knew everyone in the town, however by sobriquets (simply the postman knew the veritable names).

Today, not knowing the neighbor is a decency and standard. Security is stirred up for opportunity and adaptability. One is obliged to look at the inhabitants’ diagram in the level complex to consider the neighbors restricted in the matchbox lofts. If it was twelve, the guest would oblige us. Strangely, there was always enough sustenance at any rate for one guest. Guests never brought their chemicals, towels, hair oil or shaving sets.

Visitors went with the base and left with the most extraordinary that we could bear the cost of and put something aside for them. Today, it is “me and mine” lifestyle. A guest is the most unwelcome soul, more so when the most cherished TV serial is on. We all in all walked around the school, miles away, shoeless in the burning sun. We never felt the anguish. There were tragedies in families.  People took them on their walk.

No one rushed to the media. The media were more competent and creative. Silly stories were never locked in. There was no acting. Consistent disasters did happen and sufferings were more genuine. However, people breathed in basic. For sure, even one notwithstanding one family are gagging out today. There were not very many telephones. Mobiles were non-existent.

In any case, people talked euphorically. There were no high-cc bicycles. However, colleagues met each other reliably. There were no superfast transports or gets ready. (Nonchalance the planes). A 40-km travel took three hours. However, none protested. Masters were uncommon. Sicknesses were various. No tremendous facilities, take off alone super-quality workplaces, for miles and miles. No one challenged. There was give and take, and there were authentic tears in the midst of unforgiving conditions.

There are numerous old melodies of Nepal among them following old tunes are most prominent around then. We ought to listen to these melodies to safeguard our way of life of old or legend time. These tunes help us to save our legacy and our way of life for the up and coming or future age that lives in the rustic region of Nepal. It helps to protect our dialects which are in imperiled helps to us as a whole Nepalese to listen to our own particular melodies, wear our own national dress and take after our precursors. So we should listen to old Nepali songs.

Thank you.


Jitendra Sahayogee

I am Jitendra Sahayogee, a writer of 12 Nepali literature books, film director of Maithili film & Nepali short movies, photographer, founder of the media house, designer of some websites and writer & editor of some blogs, has expert knowledge & experiences of Nepalese society, culture, tourist places, travels, business, literature, movies, festivals, celebrations.

2 thoughts on “Nepali Songs – List of 86 Old Nepali Songs Collection

  1. I love old Nepali songs of any old previous Nepali singers such as the Taradevi, Natikaji, Ram Thapa,prakash Srestha,narayan Gopal, Aruna Lama and may other old singers. I really can get a peace and foll of Nepali cultures in those songs. I have been always full filing in my life through out the sons.
    It stand me as a Nepali thule. I am proud of my all previous gingers who have given a gift for us and who have given us powerful Nepali stand.

  2. Still haven’t found a song I heard in Kathmandu in 1969. The opening lines are: Aula haru chumayra aula bhari salaam mero hajoor lai aakha(n) bhari salaam.
    I cannot say these words are 100% accuratte since it was 50 years ago when I heard the song but I think they are pretty close to accurate. Would appreciate very much if someone could email me the words to the full song. Thank you.

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