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‘Swaragini of Uttarakhand’ sisters spread the magic of Uttarakhandi songs in G-20

On Saturday in Delhi, while India was giving the world a glimpse of its ultimate glory, two real sisters living in a small village Hudeti in Pithoragarh district of Kumaon, opened the famous Jhoda De Mata Khol Bhavani Dharam Kiwara, the folk culture of Uttarakhand. To the world stage. Both sisters are also called Swaragini of Uttarakhand.

Jyoti Upreti Sati and Neerja Upreti, popularly known as the Upreti sisters on social media, sang folk songs in the three dialects of the state, Kumaoni, Garhwali and Jaunsari, in front of several heads of state at the Akashvani Auditorium during the G-20 summit in Delhi.

He also sang Devi Bhavani Daini Hoya, Siddhi Kariya Ganesh, Panchdev Raksha Kariya Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh, Gori Ganga Bhagirathi Ko Kye Bhalo Rivada. Upreti sisters remembered the four Dhams of Devbhoomi, Panchkedar, Panchachuli, Nanda Devi, Bhagwati Barahi, Surkanda Devi, Rajarajeshwari, Mata Bhavani. Sur Kokila She also sang the songs Chhvin Lagai Gaye, Man Bharmai Gaye, Mayeri Sudh Budh Khwe Gaye, Suni Teri Bansuri Sur Ma Suri… sung by Lata Mangeshkar on this stage. Also remembered Mahasu Devta of Jaunsar area. He also highlighted the importance of Dhauliganga and Goriganga river valleys flowing in the state.

Both amazing artists

Jyoti is MA (Music, Hindi) and Sangeet Visharad. Along with singing, she has also been a music teacher for 15 years. She is a rated singer of All India Radio and Doordarshan. Younger sister Neerja is also a physiotherapist. She has also been a contestant on India’s first mythological reality show Swarna Swarna Bharat, aired on Zee TV.

Message of feeling proud of Devbhoomi

The Upreti sisters said that even the gods yearn to be born in Devbhoomi Uttarakhand. The cool air and cold water of the mountain was presented to the heads of states around the world. He says that our culture is our respect. She feels proud of her vast culture and its precious heritage and traditions.