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Dhamail Dance (Thora Low Go Jol Bhoriya Jabo Na Go Pran Bondhure Thoiyya) - Radha Romon Dutta

Where has Dhamail gone? 'Munni Badnam Hui', 'Sheila Ki jawani' and 'Anarkali disco chali' has replaced 'dhamail' during marriage ceremonies...

Famous Songs by Radha Romon

* Bhromor Koio Giya
* Kare Dhekabo Moner Dhukko
* Sham Chikon Kalia
* Bologo Bologo Shoki
* Moneh nai Moneh nai
* Jole Jaio na Gho Rai
* Oh Bashi re
* Sham Na Ki Cholila
* Jole Gia Chilam Shoi
* Ami Robo na Robo na Grihe...

Dhamail is a form of folk music and dance originated in Sylhet, Bangladesh and in areas influenced by the Sylheti culture such as Cachar, Karimganj, Hailakandi, Shillong, tripura.  It accompanies the use of mirdanga, kartals and others. This dance form mainly relates the love of Radha and Krishna and the inner significance of this dance form is that the newly wedded couple must unite their souls in such fashion. The ladies moves in circle, clapping their hands to the beat of the music. The songs are first sung by the leader and then the others join the chorus. Breaks are then given so that the ladies can have paan and shupari and/or tea. Radha Raman Dutta (1833-1915) is considered as the father of the 'dhamail' dance tradition. He was an influential Sylheti folk music composer and poet from the Sunamganj district in Sylhet, Bangladesh.


Bhromor Koio Giya
Kare Dhekabo Moner Dhukko
Sham Chikon Kalia
Bologo Bologo Shoki
Moneh nai Moneh nai
Jole Jaio na Gho Rai
Oh Bashi re
Sham Na Ki Cholila
Jole Gia Chilam Shoi
Ami Robo na Robo na Grihe

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