O RADHA Assamese Song Download & Lyrics

This Song’s name is O Radha. Very beautiful song listen to this song. This song was sung by Koustav Noigaan Hazarika. This song length 4 minutes 27 seconds and published on 23rd FEB 2020. Visit our site. Thank u

Assamese Song O RADHA

Singer – Koustav Noigaan Hazarika

Lyrics/Tune – Koustav & Charli Shekhar

Music – Suv Boro

and currently streaming on youtube

LYRICS

O radha tomake moi val pau 

O radha bukute tomake thou 

Xopone dithoke tomare sobi khoni 

Dusokute ahi kore mok amoni

Atiya ke pabo xari 

O radha tomake moi val pau 

O radha bukute tomake thou 

Tomake dekhile o radha radha 

Bukute morom jage

Soku te soku thole 

O radha2 monole kino kotha ahe 

Tomake dekhile o radha radha 

Bukute morom jage

Soku te soku thole 

O radha2 monole kino kotha ahe 

Tomake moi vabi vabi 

Pahoro moi din rati 

Premore ki boliya rahi 

O radha tomake moi val pau 

O radha bukute tomake thou 

Tumi abar hahi dile 

O radha2 dinote tora jole 

Buku vori morom ase 

O radha2 Matho tomake dibole

Tumi abar hahi dile 

O radha2 dinote tora jole 

Buku vori morom ase 

O radha2  Matho tomake dibole

Tomake moi vabi vabi 

Pahoro moi dukhor  rati 

Premore ki boliya rahi 

O radha tomake moi val pau 

O radha bukute tomake thou 

O radha tomake moi val pau 

O radha bukute tomake thou 

Xopone dithoke tomare sobi khoni 

Dusokute ahi kore mok amoni

Atiya ke pabo xari 

O radha tomake moi val pau 

O radha bukute tomake thou 

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.

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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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