Child’s melodious rendition of Rajasthani folk songs becomes internet love
Some users identified the boy as Chotu Khan Manganiyar and also shared other videos of him singing. (Credits: Twitter)
A video released by IAS officer Dev Chaudhary shows the young boy dressed in traditional Rajasthani attire with a turban singing a Marwari folk song with absolute perfection. He is accompanied by a person playing the dholak and another on the harmonium.
When you’re blessed with the right talent and skills, age simply can’t be a yardstick to judge your abilities. This fact was proven by a young folk singer from Rajasthan who took the internet by storm with his impeccable singing skills. A video released by IAS officer Dev Chaudhary shows the young boy dressed in traditional Rajasthani attire with a turban singing a Marwari folk song with absolute perfection. He is accompanied by a person playing the dholak and another on the harmonium. Sharing the video on Twitter, Chaudhary was left in awe of the boy’s talent and wrote a caption in Hindi which translated to: “Such a good singing at this young age. Folk artists from our Marwar.
Watch it here:
More information 👏👏 pic.twitter.com/LVjSj0o1f3— Dev Choudhary (@DevChoudharyIAS) February 1, 2022
Since uploading on February 1, the video has so far received over 2.7 lakh views as well as 22,000 likes on Twitter. The boy’s singing broke through all barriers of region, language, and netizens showered him with heaps of praise.
And, the appreciations were just for her singing, but also for her perfect Rajasthani attire.
However, some also worried about his childhood and hoped that he took time off from singing to live like a regular kid who went to school and played with his friends.
Some users identified the boy as Chotu Khan Manganiyar and also shared other videos of him singing. The song in this video was supposed to be a Marwari song called Patngiya Udawe Rangrasiya”.
In a previous such viral video, a visually impaired child named Dharmendra Das Mahant was seen singing Chhattisgarh’s official song Arpa Pairi Ke Dhar with absolute perfection. The video received an overwhelming response on the internet and even Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel had posted it on his Twitter timeline.
“ममई्फ धध्ममंद्र ददस” … ुुजगीतएए राजगीत रजगीतजगीत हगजगीत More information. pic.twitter.com/nG2XFnPz5e
— Bhupesh Baghel (@bhupeshbaghel) November 23, 2021
The video garnered over 64,000 views with nearly 8,000 likes on Baghel’s tweet
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