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The translated lyrics are as follows: The Dholak drum is beating, the Manjira cymbals are chiming, all night Oh groom, your grandmother is very shrewd, your aunt is very shrewd They fought with us, argued with us, and laid out the bed How, oh how, should I come kaithola paya virichu lyrics you?

This way, different relatives are called out to come and boogey on the dance floor, with everyone having a blast. The alert listener will also recognise the uncanny resemblance of this tune with a very popular number from a recent Hindi movie. kaithola paya virichu lyrics

Click for the answer. Apart from the above, different wedding functions such as the Haldi ceremonyMehendi ceremonyJai MalaKanyadaan and Vidaai etc have different folk songs. The mood can range from fun to sombre to nostalgic.

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The bride and groom can be compared to gods and goddesses. Divine wishes for a beautiful life can be bestowed upon them, with the help of songs.

The banna-banni songs themselves have transformed themselves over centuries. One song, which is presently sung in a light-hearted vein at weddings in my family, with the lyrics "Hariyala banna ladla, photo pe machal gayo re" Translation: My dear evergreen bridegroom has fallen for a photograph can also be found in a sombre, spiritual qawaali avatar, at the tomb of Hazrat Khwaja Ghareeb Nawaz Moinuddin Chishti Ajmeri with the lyrics " Hariyala banna laadla more angana mein aaya rii ".

I was also determined to find out what their traditional "folk" songs sounded like, as it was almost impossible to learn or even hear that music here kaithola paya virichu lyrics the States. Kerala is on the west coast of India's deep south.

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It is a verdant jungle and quite swampy in the monsoon season. Outside kaithola paya virichu lyrics big cities, the people are old-fashioned and the men mostly go shirtless wearing nothing but the towel-like "mundu" wrapped around their waists.

While the state of Kerala has the largest Christian population in India, there are Hindus and also echoes of an even older animistic tradition which includes snake worship.

The famous "snakeboat races" feature rowing songs that everyone seems to know their own version of.

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Here is one version sung by the staff of the cultural center I was staying at in Aranmula village: Though he spoke very little English and drove like a veritable maniac, I considered him my first interview subject in India and started quizzing him about the music that was playing on the radio.

It sounded like Bollywood pop to my ears, so I asked him: I thought that I was going to have to find old folks in the village to ever hear these songs, but there they were, right on the radio, presented with all the dignity of Britney Spears.

From the rest of our conversation I gathered that old Indian folk songs had enjoyed a resurgence in popularity, but had sort of gone the way of pop country music in America; ultra-cheesy production, twangy singers and dance videos were all now remixed with these very old songs in a combo that appealed widely to the rural poor and working class of Kerala.

Part of this also has to do with the state's pride kaithola paya virichu lyrics it's own unique and dwindling language: Most of my musical studies at the cultural center would be sung in sanskrit the language of the Vedasbut I decided I would like to learn a Malayalam folk song before my trip was through.

Luckily, an opportunity came to go see a folk band sing at a local community hall pictured right.


I was happy to find a more traditional treatment of the old songs.

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