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Lyrics / Video of Song : Jhumoor

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Kaustav Bhadury on Tuesday, August 19, 2014
The lyrics: Ke tokae baandhi delaai Hiloki diloki khopa haai re Ke tokae baandhi delaai Hiloki diloki khopa haai re Ke tokae nozori lagai Ke tokae nozori lagai He brindabon Ho hai re go sokhi Ke tokae nozori lagai He brindabon roso lagai Ho.. Nonodiyai baandhi delai Hiloki diloki khopa haai re Nonodiyai baandhi delai Hiloki diloki khopa haai re Deura tor nozori lagai Deura tor nozori lagai He brindabon Ho hai re go sokhi Deura tor nozori lagai He brindabon roso lagai Kisne hai baandhe tere kesh ye kaare kaare haai re Kisne hai baandhe tere kesh ye kaare kaare haai re Kisne hai nazar lagaayi Kisne hai nazar lagaayi He vrindawan Ho hai re re sakhi Dewar bhi nazar lagaai He vrindawan Raas lagaai Xoru pothare dhaan bunechi Xoru pothare dhaan bunechi Sita pakhur khaai mor haai haai Ho dada deno khedai Emono shundor haar dolche golaai Emono shundor haar dolche golaai Tranana na re na re tranana na re na Mor haai haai Ho dada deno khedai Emono shundor haar dolche golaai Emono shundor haar dolche golaai Xoru pothare dhaan bunechi Xoru pothare dhaan bunechi Sita pakhur khaai mor haai haai Ho dada deno khedai Emono shundor haar dolche golaai Tranana na re na re tranana na re na Mor haai haai Ho dada deno khedai Emono shundor haar dolche golaai Emono shundor haar dolche golaai Kona dore baandhobo Horodhiro jhinga phool ho Kona dore baandhobo Horodhiro jhinga phool ho Kona dore kona dore baandhobo Lalo komolo phool dhire gomokae Kona dore kona dore baandhobo Lalo komolo phool dhire gomokae Rupae dorae bandhobo Horodhiro jhinga phool ho Rupae dorae bandhobo Horodhiro jhinga phool ho Kona dore kona dore baandhobo Lalo komolo phool dhire gomokae Kona dore kona dore baandhobo Lalo komolo phool dhire gomokae Ke tokae baandhi delaai Hiloki diloki khopa haai re Ke tokae baandhi delaai Hiloki diloki khopa haai re Ke tokae nozori lagai Ke tokae nozori lagai He brindabon Ho hai re go sokhi Ke tokae nozori lagai He brindabon roso lagai He brindabon roso lagai He brindabon roso lagai

Dipankar Nath on Saturday, September 14, 2013
FYI, Assamese is not the only language in Assam...after Arunachal Pradesh, Assam has the highest number of languages in India, I hope that you learn to appreciate the music and pay less attention to the language. Otherwise we you will not be able to appreciate most of songs of stalwarts like AR Rehman.

rahul kmar on Thursday, September 19, 2013
now we can proudly say that this unexplored paradise is being explored. good job coke studio. North east has been musical capital of india. so much to see there and so much to explore... i do not know what govt. of india is doing there. . this part of india will be gem in future.

Riddho Chaudhuri on Friday, June 13, 2014
jhumoor is a traditional music of santhal parganas, extending from jharkhand, west bengal and orissa. however, alot of the tribals came to work in the tea gardens of Assam and North Bengal- dooars, new flavours were added to the music

Rohit Bhat on Saturday, September 14, 2013
This episode has been just wow.. such beautiful Assamese songs..explains the richness and plurality of Coke Studio India..Papon n team hats off :) Best wishes from Kashmir

Subhodh Subramanian on Saturday, September 14, 2013
what a treat!!.. Thanks coke studio for introducing beautiful Assamese songs to us, which otherwise would never have reached us in south. Love it!.

Dipankar Nath on Monday, September 16, 2013
I think Debabrata is correct...Jhumoor is present among the Santhal tribes of India...after all they were brought by the British to Assam to work in the tea gardens...but Jhumoor is far more popular(and accepted) in Assam to the extent that it is a part of even our bihu celebrations, go to any Bihu function, it will be incomplete without a Jhumoor...in any case all those thing really doesn't matter...just enjoy the music...

Debabrata Biswas on Sunday, September 15, 2013
superb..wow.. gr8 to hear,feel.but one short information, that jhumoor is not belongs from assam,jaha tak mujhe pata hain ye bengal ke western part MAANBHUM jo ki aaj purulia ke naam se jana jata hain, woha ke adibasi(mainly SANTAAL) ki lok geet hain.its belongs from there...but anyway its great to hear in coke studio and papon da, you are amazing..love it.

Gayatri Borpatra Gohain on Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Magic of Folk Music just touched me! What Papon, the great composer, prolific musician & of course here, the cheerful percussionist along with his artists, Dulal and Simanta created is nothing short of Magic! Also, great job by the musicians. The background singers are just Great! Love the way they smile all throughout the routine... Love to all of you :)) 

anand prashant on Tuesday, September 17, 2013
Out of the 6 songs 3 are entirely in Hindi, 2 are only 50% in Assamese (along with Rajasthani and Punjabi) and only one is entirely in Assamese. So 1/3rd of this episode is Assamese. Then how is it coke studio assam? It is more coke studio UP for all the hindi..thoda sooch ke bolo yaar. You and your choices don't define India.

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Singer: Papon, Kalpana Patowary
Lyricist: Traditional, Vaibhav Modi, Pinky Poonawala, Jagmeet Bal
Music Director: Traditional, Papon
External Links: Coke Studio 3 - Episode 05 at Wikipedia
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