Xokolore porichito geet Eta Kotha Kua Na axomot thoka xokolo axomiyake pogola kori pelaisil imanei val loga asil.Ai geet ti gaisil xokolo axomiyar heart beat Zubeen Garg & Harchita Bhattacharya.Ai geet tir length hoise 4 minutes 1 second aru published kora hoisil 9th SEP 2020.Axomor nobo projonmor logote aye koka hotoro moromial aru heart zubeen Daa.
Assamese Song ETA KOTHA KUA NA
Song – Eta Kotha Film – Ratnakar Singer – Zubeen Garg & Harchita Bhattacharya Music – Zubeen Garg Music Programming – Shekhar Lyrics – Sasanka Samir
Choreography – Pankaj Ingti
Directed by – Jatin Bora
Produced by – Jatin Bora & Navanita Sharma Bora
NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. ALL CREDIT GOES TO THE RIGHTFUL OWNERS.
Eta Kotha Kuwana Sui Muk Suana Moi Tumare Nu Hoi Ne Nhoi Eta Kotha Kuwana Sui Muk Suana Moi Tumare Nu Hoi Ne Nhoi Bapu Buli Matana Mati Nijak Hudhana Tumi Murei Mumujoni Hoi Nhoi Bukure Aamothu Tumiei Hokolu Nijake Dekhu Tumarei Majot Eta Kotha Kuwana Sui Muk Suana Moi Tumare Nu Hoi Ne Nhoi
Epahi Hopunar Tumiei Alohi Rodali Dithakor Tumiei Tulaxi Torali Akashar Tumiei Puwati Hewali Moromr Tumiei Dhoroni Phutuki Pakhili Hunitor Sewali Tumatei Aaku Hridoyar Hagar Eta Kotha Kuwana Sui Muk Suana Moi Tumare Nu Hoi Ne Nhoi
Prati Tu Homoyar Tumiei Sinaki Dubhari Duhator Tumiei Hohari Hukharu Dukharu Tumiei Logori Hubaxi Dusokur Tumiei Torali Phutuki Harini Tumiei Dhemali Tumatei Palo Aakashar Xathor Eta Kotha Kuwana Sui Muk Suana Moi Tumare Nu Hoi Ne Nhoi
About the Assamese Language
About Assamese Langauge and Music Assamese or Axomiya is the native language of Assam. Not only native but also the Official Language of Assam. People living in North East India can easily understand and speak the Assamese language. In short, it is the connecting language for the people living in North East India. Around 15-20 million people’s native language is Assamese.
Generally, there are some major similarities between Assamese and Bengali languages. The scriptures are almost the same. Assamese is actually a part of the Indo-Aryan language. Its parent’s language is called to be Sanskrit. The Republic of India declared the Assamese language as one of the major languages of India. Upon enquiring, History doesn’t have many records about the Assamese Language. But it is said that it is Magadhi that split into Assamese, Bengali, and Bihari.
Talking about the Music of Assam.
The music of Assam is rich and ancient it consists of different genres of modern and folk music. Borgeet, Dihanaam, Hiranaam, Zikir aru Zari is part of the devotional category. Bihu is a part of Folk Music. Goalpariya Lokgeet, Kamrupi Lokgeet, Ojapali, Tokari Geet are some of the popular music types of Assam. Music of Assam is incomplete with Bhupen Hazarika, Jyoti Prasad Agarwala, Bishnuprasad Rabha, Sankardev, Madhavdeva, Zubeen Garg, Pratima Pandey Barua, Angaraag Mahanta and many more. Paragraph
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