Videos tagged with "sufi"

Nasya : Sufi rock band from Delhi [04:07]
NASYA live at South Asian Band Festival 2012. Nasya is a fusion rock band based in Delhi. Playing a blend of Sufi, Haryanvi and Punjabi Folk and rock influences, they are not your typical fusion band. Their sound is distinctly characteristic, finely balancing traditional Hindustani vocals with western elements of jazz, blues and rock music. 6th South Asia Bands Festival: The South Asian Bands Festival 2012 ,presented by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations {ICCR} in collaboration with Ministry of External Affairs & SEHER. The festival feature fifteen popular rock bands from across nine nations of the sub-continent. While India is being represented by the famous Bollywood singer-composer Clinton Cerejo who has films like Vicky Donor, Saat Khoon Maaf, Wake Up Sid, Ishqiya, Rock On, Yuvraaj etc to his credit apart from Nasya (New Delhi), Tough on Tobacco (Mumbai), Shkabang (Mumbai), Digital Suicide (Assam), Shaair & Func (Mumbai) and Galeej Gurus (Bangalore), what is certainly going to be a highlight feature of the festival is Noori, the band from Lahore, Pakistan. Noori was formed in 1996 by songwriter, lead vocalist and guitarist, Ali Noor, along with his younger brother Ali Hamza, and is considered as one of the pioneering forces behind what is dubbed at the "21st Century pop revolution of Pakistan". District Unknown, the first metal band of Afghanistan, with member all under the age of 24, is the other name to watch out for. The other rock bands are Souls ...

Resham Firiri, the most popular Nepali folk song [02:50]
Resham Firiri, 30-Aug-2011, Pokhara, Nepal. While having dinner in Hungry Eye restaurant, unexpectedly we were invited to sit indoors. There was music and dancing performance from 7-9pm every night. Then it came out my favorite Nepali folk song - Resham Firiri. So I videoed it (video quality not very good though). Resham Firiri is the most popular Nepali folk song. Trekkers love to sing it while trekking up and down among Himalayan mountains. Some also say Resham Firiri is a love song. I have to admit that I love Nepalis. Nepalis are honest people. They are celebration/party people, lots of singing and dancing in daily life. They are friendly. They are also tough as being mountain people. There is some kind of spirit in Nepalis, and I guess that might be from being mountain people. On the trek you might hear this version of Resham Firiri: Resham Firiri Resham Firiri I am a donkey, you are a monkey Resham Firiri Resham Firiri Resham Firiri Sometimes trekking, sometimes rafting Resham Firiri Resham Firiri Resham Firiri Sometimes drinking, sometimes sinking Resham Firiri (flickering-flame.blogspot.com The brief meaning of common version of Resham Firiri: My heart is fluttering like a silk Shall I fly to the hill top like silk flying in the wind? Oh my god, a baby calf is at the hill top! I could not leave it there, let us go together. My home is so beautiful; look to the hills. People I love are on the hilltop. I can not leave them as they are my family. So let us all go ...
Tags: Resham, Firiri, Nepal, folk, song, trekking, Pokhara, Himalaya, Sufi, Veetnisha

Krishna Birthday Celebration 02 [01:26]
Hindu God Krishna Birthday Celebration, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Nepal. 21-Aug-2011. We unexpectedly ran into meeting the celebration of Hindu God Krishna's Birthday in Kathmandu Durbar Square. I was in love with the atmosphere right away. I was so attempted to dancing but so shy that I finally left it and kept it in my mind. One Nepali guy was so kind to invite me to join the dancing celebration after he heard that I was so much wanting to be dancing. And I said no (God knows what I was thinking). That day we were lingering around the temple, sitting, walking, feeling some kind of joyfulness unknown to us. An impressed day.
Tags: Sufi, Veetnisha, Hindu, Krishna, Celebration, Kathmandu, Durbar, Square, Nepal

Krishna Birthday Celebration 01 [01:06]
Hindu God Krishna Birthday Celebration, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Nepal. 21-Aug-2011. Unexpectedly we ran into meeting the celebration of Hindu God Krishna's Birthday in Kathmandu Durbar Square. I was in love with the atmosphere right away. I was so attempted to dancing but so shy that I finally left it and kept it in my mind. One Nepali guy was so kind to invite me to join the dancing celebration after he heard that I was so much wanting to be dancing. And I said no (God knows what I was thinking). That day we were lingering around the temple, sitting, walking, feeling some kind of joyfulness unknown to us. An impressed day.
Tags: Sufi, Veetnisha, Hindu, Krishna, Celebration, Kathmandu, Durbar, Square, Nepal

Praise the God [01:00]
Hindu chanting and dancing for praising the God. Durbar Square in Kathmandu, Nepal. 20-Aug-2011. It is very common to see some celebration or ceremony in Durbar Square of Kathmandu. There are 50 festivals a year in Nepal which means that almost once a week you will have the chance to experience their festivals. And something like this chanting is just one small case.
Tags: Sufi, Veetnisha, Hindu, Chanting, Travel, Events, Kathmandu, Durbar, Square, Nepal

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