Film Panchayat, Rajasthan

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Kanha Mera Krishna Kanhiya


Some of Our Latest VDO Songs on Lord Shree Krishna's various Life Stage Celebrations

Yashoda Ji Ke Dware

Karat Thitholi

Ye To Bata Krishna

Chale Murari

Kanhiya Mera

Krishna Kanhaiya

Title Of The Kanha Mera Krishna Kanhiya

I am very pleased and delighted to inform you about the launch of our New audio CD
"Dusari Azadi"

Panap raha hai

Nikal Pade Hain Sare Ke Sare

Mushkil Se Mushkil Kam Karenge

Soch Samajh Ke Karo Matdaan

having a total of 12 Songs. Songs written and produced by me under the banner of Filmpanchayatrajasthan.
The singers of the songs are as follows :
Vinod Rathod, Raja Hasan, Ved Sharma, Subhash, Rupesh Kumar, Arun, Atul Pandya
and a few more...We also have videos of Vinod Rathod, Raja Hasan and Rupesh Kumar which shall be released soon...






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It is a showcase of the rich heritage of Rajasthan with special emphasis on MEWAR and it's richness. It is a visual representation of its colorful history with larger than life Heroes, Festivals, Food, Costumes, People, Tourist attractions and places of interest for the movie makers, it is all this and much more...




johar jwala

The siege of Chittor, its brave defence by the Guhilas, the saga of Rani Padmini and the Jauhar she led are legendary. This incident has had a defining impact upon the Rajput character. Jauhar (also spelled jowhar) was originally the voluntary death on a funeral of the queens and female royals of defeated Rajput kingdoms. The term is extended to describe the occasional practice of mass suicide carried out in medieval times by Rajput women and men. Mass self-immolation by women was called jauhar. This was usually done before or at the same time their husbands, brothers, fathers and sons rode out in a charge to meet their attackers and certain death. The upset caused by the knowledge that their women and younger children were dead, no doubt filled them with rage in this fight to the death called saka.


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