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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

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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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