Like many other cultures in the world, Nepal has its unique footprint in the fields of music, art, culture and literature. Given the rich historical background, the country has some unique features in presenting music to the world. There are thousands of Nepali hit songs to be spoken about. There are many Nepali audio collections that have stolen the hearts of millions. There are many soothing melodies that can only be felt and not expressed. And a lot more! Here, we bring to you some beautiful collections of Nepali mp3 songs from different Nepali movies.
They say old songs are like memories, imprinted in your mind and heart forever. Whenever you listen to them, the lyrics, beat and melody transport you back to when you first heard the song. While the current generation of musicians is pushing the boundaries and creating diverse tunes, nothing beats the iconic songs many of us grew up listening to. Here, we bring you five legendary Nepali songs of yesteryear, to tell you their stories and the memories of the artists involved in these songs, who never thought their sonic art would become timeless. Composed in the 19th century, the person behind its creation remains unknown.
Living in a house with three different generations—a year-old grandmother, a year-old father and year-old me—I grew up listening to old Nepali songs. These classics are not just favourites in my household but they also continue to resound across the nation, played on laptops and bluetooth speakers through Youtube, and are still in rotation on the radio. Although, there have been many covers and remixes of these classic tunes, nothing can compare to their timeless charm, and the personas of their legendary singers. Here are my pick for five classic Nepali songs:. Maitighar was released in and went to become outrageously successful as the first Nepali film ever produced under a private banner. Maitighar, even after 53 years, remains evergreen, not just because of its plot and the crackling chemistry between co-stars Mala Sinha and CP Lohani, but also for its magical songs that remain popular with millenials. A fun fact, Maitighar is the first Nepali film where all three Mangeshkar sisters—Lata, Usha and Asha—lent their voices. The song Na maana laaj estari, pictures a newly-married couple singing to one another.
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