Marriage song in Adivasi Korku language from Khandwa Madhya Pradesh

Mohan Yadav is helping us listen Jhapri Bai, Rupa Bai and Pyari bai from Khandwa district in Madhya Pradesh sing a marriage song in adivasi Korku language. The song tells the groom that now there is no father and no mother and he is alone. The real life for him starts for him from here. The women sing this song when bride and groom are sitting before the priest and the marriage ceremony starts. For more Mohan Ji can be reached at 07702671568

Posted on: Sep 30, 2013. Tags: KHANDWA MOHAN YADAV

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