Lepcha sing along song - Tusodo. Its a sincere effort by me and my wife to universalize lepcha songs.
THIS IS A MUSIC "LEPCHA" MUSIC VIDEO FROM SIKKIM, INDIA.SIKKIM IS 2ND SMALLEST STATE OF SIKKIM.IT IS SITUATED IN NORTH-EASTERN REGION OF INDIA. LEPCHAS ARE INDIGENOUS INHABITANT OF SIKKIM. THEY HAVE THEIR OWN LANGUAGE.DRESSES, CUSTOMS, TRADITIONS,RELIGIONS ETC.. PRODUCER OF THIS MUSIC VIDEO IS MR NORBU TSHERING LEPCHA. PRESENTATION BY PSK VIDEO. CAMERA USED - CANON EOS 70D. EDITING -ADOBE PREMIER CS6
Share... Our Lepcha's National Song.. to your Friends and relatives. Mútuncí Róngkup Rumkup.... Aachulay!!!!
The Lepchas are the original inhabitants of parts of Sikkim, Darjeeling and Eastern Nepal. They call themselves Rong or Mutanchi Rongkup meaning the eternal children of Mother Nature. They believe that the supreme creator Etboo Debu Rum had created their progenitors the first Lepcha man Foodonthing and the first Lepcha woman, Nazangnyu from the fresh snows of Mt. Kanchenjungha, and then left them in the heaven of Mayel Lyang. They are ardent nature worshippers and practice an animist form of appeasing the spirits. The custodian of their ethnic being is the male priest called the Boongthing and the female priest called the Mun. Lepchas are peace loving community and are vividly share a symbiotic relationship with nature. Their food habits and clothing are procured from nature. Lepchas are very conscious of their ethnic culture and have been consciously preserving them. The modern Lepcha understood that what rich traditional knowledge their ancestors had, regarding civil engineering to medicine, they need to preserve them to have sustainable living conditions on earth. Lepchas have their own language which they have used in writing their own literature, songs and all other cultural expressions even their own philosophy. Lepchas in their preservation of their identity, still take pride in proclaiming themselves to be the oldest life form on earth. Video created by Kaahon Team. Visit us @ www.kaahon.com Like us @ https://www.facebook.com/kaahon.MediaandEntertainment/ Follow us @ https://twitter.com/kaahonwall Google+ @ https://plus.google.com/u/0/+KaahonMedianEntertainmentpvtltd For Advertisement, Contact us at [email protected] Phone & WhatsApp @ +91 9831679050
A traditional Lepcha romantic song TITLE- Kalimpong Thomka ALBUM- Leuknon (Gift Of A Mentor) 2009 ARTIST- Winzamit and Dorjee Wangdi Lepcha ACTORS- Ramit and Shinon DIRECTION & EDIT- Chinlop Lepcha Connotations- Renjyonmu anum (My dear Love) which when translated literally is Renjyong (Sikkim) Anum (brother). Thomka meaning Market.
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1.The Lepcha Ladies says to each other that lets go together to fetch water in the traditional water carring cylinder, Podaam from near by river Rulee. 2. Lets offer fresh and clean water to God and goddesses of the river, mountain and forest first then only fill the Podaam with fresh water and keep them in row together on the wall. 3.When small insect known as “Lingdel Tibu” starts singing “Tey! nee! nee!” tune in the forest, sun will shine in the sky positively so let us start to wash clothes and spread out in stones to dry in hot sun, as well as it is an appropriate time to catch small fishes known as “ Tahrum” with traditional fishing rod called “ Fith” in cristal clear shallow water of Rullee. 4.When “Tungkleng Foo” a beautiful mountain bird begins to sing melodiously in far off woodland and signalling the time up so let us pluck the edible fresh and green vegetables from the woodland, collect the fire wood and keep them in the bambow basket called Tunzyang. Lets return back home with fresh water in Podaam, green vegetable, fish and fire wood for the family members.
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Folk song from the Lepcha Tribe of the Himalayas, India for SAB and Tenor Solo and Maadal Arr. Virgil Sequeira Sung in Lepcha language. This song sings praises of the motherland of the Lepchas around their sacred mountain Kingtsoom Zaongboo Choo (Kanchenjunga) who calls on her children (the Lepchas) to respect her and their traditions Soprano: Paola Granada Columba (Bolivia) Alto: Zuzanna Rybinska (Poland) Tenor Solo: Virgil Sequeira (India) Bass: Engelhardt #Unaeb (Namibia) maadal: Virgil Sequeira Recorded on the Singers Of United Lands 2012 Tour of USA, Canada, Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe at Spartanburg, SC, USA April 2012
A traditional Lepcha dance performed during the sowing of seeds in harmony with nature's seasonal cycle of crop cultivation.
Watch the traditional Lepcha man from sikkim. The dress and traditions of Lepcha community.
Visited Pemling PFC on 12/11/2017,met with Kuchbir Lepcha who is now 78 years old. i have old friendship with him. Once we walked 6 hours to and fro via Ghis Khola to Odlabari. He speaks and sings in Lepcha language so well. Here I have attempted to present his music video with the beautiful views around as well as with some Lepcha people in Pemling.
This video was shot back in 2014 at Dzongu, North Sikkim. Choreograph and directed by Ren. Norden Lepcha, Produced by Ren Norbu Tshering Lepcha, Camera and Editing Ren. Takzen Lepcha, Singer Renue Samrit Lepcha. Whoever is having a problem with the language may go through the lyrics below.
Sing along of Lepcha Song - Amu Ringrhem. Its a sincere effort by me and my wife to make Lepcha songs universal. More will be uploaded in days to come.
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