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Punjabi Musarrat Nazir Beautiful Punjabi Songs -2

Discussion in 'Videos' started by Ambarsaria, Feb 7, 2012.

  1. Ambarsaria

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    Aaya Laadiye Ni by Musarrat Nazir
    Aaya Laadiye Ni by Musarrat Nazir - YouTube

    Suhe Ve Cheere Waliye - Musarrat Nazir - Punjabi wedding folk song
    chitta kukkar - YouTube

    Sadda Chiriyan Da Chamba by Musarrat Nazir
    Sadda Chiriyan Da Chamba by Musarrat Nazir - YouTube

    Haye o Meriya Dadiya Raba
    Haye o Meriya Dadiya Raba - YouTube

    Musarat Nazir ( PTV live) - "jogi utar paharon aya" - Punjabi folk
    Musarat Nazir ( PTV live) - "jogi utar paharon aya" - Punjabi folk - YouTube

    Enjoy

    PS: Sorry some repeats from earlier post.
     
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  3. Gyani Jarnail Singh

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    Re: Musarrat Nazir Beautiful Punjabi Songs

    Ambarsariah Ji..is it only our generation that psots such....this is our Culture and tradition..unlike the gutter sewerage that the likes of Honey Singh diljit or Jita Zaildaar dish out now adays...the younger generation of Punjabis are losing touch with their Golden past..
     
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    Re: Musarrat Nazir Beautiful Punjabi Songs

    Veer ji just a bit of generation gap. Just as the Sikh religion is getting destroyed so would the culture and the language. It is our duty to encourage the younger generation to not necessarily go back but recognize and stay connected to the roots. No tree survives once the roots are cut.

    I will post some other thoughts in the Sikhism sections on this topic in terms of how important it is to carry forward the contextual information related to Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji versus just Grammar and Phonetics or vocabulary.

    Regards.
     
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    Reshared a few of these on FB :D
     
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