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Chhitarpal (Kshetrapal) Jagar: Folk Ritual Song for Deity of Protecting the Region 


Folk Literature of Ravain/Rawaeen, Yamuna-Tons Valley Region, Garhwal -18

Jagar Gatha (Prose Folk Ritual Sayings) from Ravain/Rawaeen, Yamuna -Tons Valley, Garhwal Region-11

            Song collection by late Dr. Jagdish Prasad ‘Jaggu’ Naudiyal 

                 Translation, Interpretation by: Bhishma Kukreti


  Chhitarpal means the deity of protecting a region. There is Jagar or calling for Chhitarpal deity in Ravain/Rawaeen.


           रवांइ गढ़वाल क्षेत्र का प्रचलित   लोक गीत- 18
रवांइ क्षेत्र से जागर या धार्मिक अनुष्ठान के लोक गीत/कथायें    -11 
 
   
(मूल -डा जगदीश 'जग्गू' नौडियाल)
( इंटरनेट प्रस्तुति  एवं अतिरिक्त व्याखा - भीष्म कुकरेती ) 

                   
             छितरपाल  जागर

देव छितरपाल धौड़ि -धौड़ि बिघ्न टाल।
माता महाकाली का जाया चंड देव छितरपाल।
प्रचंड देव छितरपाल काल देव छितरपाल।
माता महाकाली का जाया देव छितरपाल।
बूढ़ा महारुद्र का जाया  देव छितरपाल।
देव छितरपाल धौड़ि -धौड़ि बिघ्न टाल।
बूढ़ा महारुद्र का जाया  देव छितरपाल।
Hey! Chhitarpal! Please, remove our difficulties within moment; you are our region’s Deity.
 Hey! Chhitarpal! You are son of mother Mahakali; you are our region’s Deity.
Hey! Chhitarpal! You are Prachnd Dev or Daring Deity.
Hey! Chhitarpal! You are son of Budha Rudra and our region’s Deity.
Hey! Chhitarpal! Please, remove our difficulties within moment; you are our region’s Deity.


Copyright for interpretation @ Bhishma Kukreti 13/6/2013

     References:
Dr Jagdish Prasad Naudiyal, Uttarakhand ki Sanskritik Dharohar  (Ravain Kshetra ke lok sahitya kaa Sanskritik Adhyayan
Folk Literature of Ravain/Rawaeen, Yamuna -Tons Valley Region, Garhwal to be continued…19
Jagar Gatha (Prose Folk Ritual Tales) from Ravain, Yamuna-Tons Valley, Garhwal Region to be continued…12


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Someshwar Devta Katha: Folk Story about Local Deity Someshwar from Uttarkashi


Folk Literature of Ravain/Rawaeen, Yamuna-Tons Valley Region, Uttarkashi, Garhwal -19

Jagar Gatha (Prose Folk Ritual Sayings) from Ravain/Rawaeen, Yamuna -Tons Valley, Garhwal Region-12

            Song collection by late Dr. Jagdish Prasad ‘Jaggu’ Naudiyal 

                 Translation, Interpretation by: Bhishma Kukreti

                   Someshwar deity is Lord Shiva form. Every year villagers of Ravain/Rawaeen region of Uttarkashi district perform Someshwar Jatra. Someshwar deity is simple deity and is pleased with Shrifal(coconut) or simple ritual .The folk story about influence and effects of Someshwar deity is said in the following lines-

             रवांइ गढ़वाल क्षेत्र  के  प्रचलित   लोक गीत- 19

रवांइ क्षेत्र से जागर या धार्मिक अनुष्ठान के लोक गीत/कथायें    -12 
 
   
(मूल -डा जगदीश 'जग्गू' नौडियाल)

( इंटरनेट प्रस्तुति  एवं अतिरिक्त व्याखा - भीष्म कुकरेती )

      सोमेश्वर भगवान कथा


  एक बगत सौणु नि नस्यु  जात्रा सोमेश्वर भगवानै।
क्या ह्वै रौ  कि ऊंका परिवार मा स्वैण लाड़ीक पर बड़ा बड़ा दुखदा रै फूटी नि ह्वै खूब ।
त्योन भेंट धरी सोमेश्वर भगवानै अर खूब री ह्वै दुखणा न फुन्सी ह्वै तब एति कथा एति बात।


  Once upon a time, Saunu did not go for Someshwar Jatra.
Someshwar became angry. There were pimples/boils all over bodies of Saunu, his wife and his children. They were in deep pain. They remembered Someshwar deity and offered gifts to Someshwar god. Someshwar deity became pleased and there were no pimples on their bodies. Everything became alright.
This is the story. 
Copyright for interpretation @ Bhishma Kukreti 14/6/2013

     References:
Dr Jagdish Prasad Naudiyal, Uttarakhand ki Sanskritik Dharohar  (Ravain Kshetra ke lok sahitya kaa Sanskritik Adhyayan
Folk Literature of Ravain/Rawaeen, Yamuna -Tons Valley Region, Uttarkashi, Garhwal to be continued…20
Jagar Gatha (Prose Folk Ritual Tales) from Ravain, Yamuna-Tons Valley, Garhwal Region to be continued…13
Notes on Someshwar Devta Katha: Folk Story about Local Deity Someshwar from Uttarkashi; Someshwar Devta Katha: Folk Story about Local Deity Someshwar from Yamnotri Uttarkashi; Someshwar Devta Katha: Folk Story about Local Deity Someshwar from Kharsali, Uttarkashi; Someshwar Devta Katha: Folk Story about Local Deity Someshwar from Janki Chatti, Uttarkashi; Someshwar Devta Katha: Folk Story about Local Deity Someshwar from Barkot, Uttarkashi; Someshwar Devta Katha: Folk Story about Local Deity Someshwar from Hanuman Chatti, Uttarkashi; Someshwar Devta Katha: Folk Story about Local Deity Someshwar from Hari ki dun Uttarkashi; Someshwar Devta Katha: Folk Story about Local Deity Someshwar from Naugaon, Uttarkashi; Someshwar Devta Katha: Folk Story about Local Deity Someshwar from Purola, Uttarkashi; Someshwar Devta Katha: Folk Story about Local Deity Someshwar from Kuwa, Uttarkashi; Someshwar Devta Katha: Folk Story about Local Deity Someshwar from Gangani, Uttarkashi; Someshwar Devta Katha: Folk Story about Local Deity Someshwar from Anhol, Uttarkashi; Someshwar Devta Katha: Folk Story about Local Deity Someshwar from Naitwar, Uttarkashi; Someshwar Devta Katha: Folk Story about Local Deity Someshwar from Mori, Uttarkashi; Someshwar Devta Katha: Folk Story about Local Deity Someshwar from Arakot, Uttarkashi; Someshwar Devta Katha: Folk Story about Local Deity Someshwar from Rajgarhi, Uttarkashi; Someshwar Devta Katha: Folk Story about Local Deity Someshwar from Tyuni, Uttarkashi..

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Rameshwar Gatha: A Folk Tale/Folk Saying on Deity Blessing Role for Prosperity and Fame


Folk Literature of Ravain/Rawaeen, Yamuna-Tons Valley Region, Uttarkashi, Garhwal -20 

Jagar Gatha (Prose Folk Ritual Sayings) from Ravain/Rawaeen, Yamuna -Tons Valley, Uttarkashi, Garhwal Region-13

            Folk Songs/Folktales collection by late Dr. Jagdish Prasad ‘Jaggu’ Naudiyal 

                 Translation, Interpretation by: Bhishma Kukreti

               Rameshwar deity is very humble deity. It is said that Rameshwar deity is incarnation of Lord Rama. In whole Ravain/Rawaeen region of Uttarkashi, only one temple of Rameshwar is in village Rama of Sarai area. Once a year, villagers come together her and perform ritual for Rameshwar in Rameshwar temple in Rama village. People dance and sing with enthusiasm. 
 The following folk story is told in normal conditions and with Jagar too.
रवांइ,  उत्तरकाशी  गढ़वाल क्षेत्र  के  प्रचलित   लोक गीत- 20 9

रवांइ,  उत्तरकाशी क्षेत्र से जागर या धार्मिक अनुष्ठान के लोक गीत/कथायें    -13   
 
   
(मूल -डा जगदीश 'जग्गू' नौडियाल)

( इंटरनेट प्रस्तुति  एवं अतिरिक्त व्याखा - भीष्म कुकरेती )

           रामेश्वर देव कथा

नन्दू का रौ द्वी लाड़ीक।
एक नाम रौ भानु।
अर हैको नाम रौ मानु।
भानु बर्ष्वड़ि क रौ नयूँ मेला रामेश्वर भगवाना।
मानु न नै कभी ताई मेला रामेश्वर भगवाना।
कुछ दिस बाद भानु बौणि सयाणा गाँव कु।
रौ  धाक गाँव मा भानु कु।
बोल बाल भी रौ भानु कु।
 पैली त ह्वे पड़ी असुखी मानु।
फिर बचि त बचि रौ मानु।
फिर गरीब रौ बण्यु सदा हि वो मानु।
य जथाहि रामेश्वर भगवानै कृपा न ह्वै मानु पर।
पूरी कृपा रौ तौकी भानु पर।
कथा एती।।
                 Nandu had two sons –Bhanu and Manu. Bhanu used to visit Rameshwar deity festival and Manu never visited Rameshwar deity festival. Bhanu became village council head. Bhanu became very famous. Manu fell ill but after some time he became healthy. However, Manu became poor.
                          Rameshwar deity had blessing on Bhanu and Rameshwar deity did not have blessing on Manu. This is the story and this is the matter.



Copyright for interpretation @ Bhishma Kukreti 15/6/2013

     References:
Dr Jagdish Prasad Naudiyal, Uttarakhand ki Sanskritik Dharohar  (Ravain Kshetra ke lok Sahitya ka Sanskritik Adhyayan
Folk Literature of Ravain/Rawaeen, Yamuna -Tons Valley Region, Uttarkashi, Garhwal to be continued…21
Jagar Gatha (Prose Folk Ritual Tales) from Ravain, Yamuna-Tons Valley, Uttarkashi, Garhwal Region to be continued…14

Notes on Folk Tale/Folk Saying from Uttarkashi  Garhwal, on Deity Blessing Role for Prosperity and Fame; Folk Tale/Folk Saying from Radhi-Danda, Uttarkashi on Deity Blessing Role for Prosperity and Fame; Folk Tale/Folk Saying from Yamunotri, Uttarkashi on Deity Blessing Role for Prosperity and Fame; Folk Tale/Folk Saying from Kharsali, Uttarkashi on Deity Blessing Role for Prosperity and Fame; Folk Tale/Folk Saying from Sarai, Uttarkashi on Deity Blessing Role for Prosperity and Fame; Folk Tale/Folk Saying from Rama, Uttarkashi on Deity Blessing Role for Prosperity and Fame; Folk Tale/Folk Saying from Jamola, Uttarkashi on Deity Blessing Role for Prosperity and Fame; Folk Tale/Folk Saying from Purola, Uttarkashi on Deity Blessing Role for Prosperity and Fame; Folk Tale/Folk Saying from Naugaon, Uttarkashi on Deity Blessing Role for Prosperity and Fame; Folk Tale/Folk Saying from Kuwa, Uttarkashi on Deity Blessing Role for Prosperity and Fame; Folk Tale/Folk Saying from Dewar, Uttarkashi on Deity Blessing Role for Prosperity and Fame; Folk Tale/Folk Saying from Kandari, Uttarkashi on Deity Blessing Role for Prosperity and Fame; Folk Tale/Folk Saying from Samaul, Uttarkashi on Deity Blessing Role for Prosperity and Fame; Folk Tale/Folk Saying from Naini, Uttarkashi on Deity Blessing Role for Prosperity and Fame; Folk Tale/Folk Saying from Asna, Uttarkashi on Deity Blessing Role for Prosperity and Fame; Folk Tale/Folk Saying from Mori,  Uttarkashi on Deity Blessing Role for Prosperity and Fame; Folk Tale/Folk Saying from Naitwad, Uttarkashi on Deity Blessing Role for Prosperity and Fame; Folk Tale/Folk Saying from Sar, Uttarkashi on Deity Blessing Role for Prosperity and Fame; Folk Tale/Folk Saying from Yamuna-Tons Valleys, Uttarkashi , Garhwal on Deity Blessing Role for Prosperity and Fame.

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              Pandava Jagar from Ravain Uttarkashi region
 
Folk Literature of Ravain/Rawaeen, Yamuna-Tons Valley Region, Uttarkashi, Garhwal -21 

Jagar Gatha (Lyrical Prose Folk Ritual Sayings) from Ravain/Rawaeen, Yamuna -Tons Valley, Uttarkashi, Garhwal Region-14

            Folk Songs/Folktales collection by late Dr. Jagdish Prasad ‘Jaggu’ Naudiyal 

                 Translation, Interpretation by: Bhishma Kukreti

            Pandava worshipping through dance and songs (Mandan) are common in every corner of Garhwal and Kumaon. There are many folk stories to be sung in Pandava Mandan.
               In Rawaeen/Ravain region of Uttarkashi, Pandava worshipping through Mandan is common as in other regions of Uttarakhand.   
 Pandavas are awaken or called by following lines by Jagari or Das (drum player).

               रवांइ,  उत्तरकाशी  गढ़वाल क्षेत्र  के  प्रचलित   लोक गीत- 21 

       रवांइ,  उत्तरकाशी क्षेत्र से जागर या धार्मिक अनुष्ठान के लोक गीत/कथायें    -14   
 
   
             (मूल -डा जगदीश 'जग्गू' नौडियाल)

                           ( इंटरनेट प्रस्तुति  एवं अतिरिक्त व्याखा - भीष्म कुकरेती )

                                    पांडव जागर         

जाग जाग वीर अर्जुन नौरतों मंडाणा। 
पांच भाई पाण्डवों , नौरतों मंडाणा। 
जाग भीम गदा ले,  नौरतों मंडाणा। 
धनुर्धारी अर्जुन, नौरतों मंडाणा। 
धरमराज युधिष्ठर, नौरतों मंडाणा। 
जाग नकुल सहदेव, नौरतों मंडाणा। 
पंच जन्य संख की, टंकार खुली गे।
जाग जाग पांडवों, नौरतों मंडाणा। 
जाग धरती पर्वत, नौरतों मंडाणा।   
जाग देवी द्रौपदी, नौरतों मंडाणा।
O brave Arjun! We call you for nine days Mandan
O Righteous King Yudhisthar! We call you for nine days Mandan
O  Bhim with club! We call you for nine days Mandan
O Nakul Sahadev! We call you for nine days Mandan
O Pandavas! We call you for nine days Mandan
O Earth and Mountains! We call you for nine days Mandan
O Daupadi goddess! We call you for nine days Mandan


Copyright for interpretation @ Bhishma Kukreti 15/6/2013

     References:
Dr Jagdish Prasad Naudiyal, Uttarakhand ki Sanskritik Dharohar  (Ravain Kshetra ke lok Sahitya ka Sanskritik Adhyayan
Folk Literature of Ravain/Rawaeen, Yamuna -Tons Valley Region, Uttarkashi, Garhwal to be continued…22
Jagar Gatha (Lyrical Prose Folk Ritual Tales) from Ravain, Yamuna-Tons Valley, Uttarkashi, Garhwal Region to be continued…15

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Hantya Jagar: Folksongs for Folk Ritual Performance for calling Dissatisfied Souls 

Folk Literature of Ravain/Rawaeen, Yamuna-Tons Valley Region, Uttarkashi, Garhwal -23 

Jagar Gatha (Lyrical Prose Folk Ritual Sayings) from Ravain/Rawaeen, Yamuna -Tons Valley, Uttarkashi, Garhwal Region-16

            Folk Songs/Folktales collection by late Dr. Jagdish Prasad ‘Jaggu’ Naudiyal 

                 Translation, Interpretation by: Bhishma Kukreti

            In Garhwal, Kumaon, there is very important folk ritual performance of Hantya Jagar. Ranbhut Jagars are also Hantya Jagar.
  Once, Kukreti explained Hantya Jagar as –“‘Hantya’ means the unfulfilled desire of deceased one. Many times, the future teller speaks that there is ‘Hantya’ problem for the bad days of a family or families the family perform the ‘Hantya’ Ghadela ritual. The Jagri (Ghadela performer) first sings the following songs before the stories of Hantya Jagar. In the initiating chants the Jagri calls the souls of deceased died by accidents or with unusual death.  Jagri and his assistant play the Daunru and bronze plate.”
             It is said that when a person dies by accident or dies in early age or dies without fulfilling a specific desire, the soul of said person does not get eternal piece. The said dissatisfied soul wants ritual performance from the family.
                When the future teller suggests the family member arranges Hantya Pujai (ritual for satisfying dissatisfied soul).  There are many folk songs in tale form for Hantya Jagar (calling dissatisfied soul). The Hantya Jagars are always with pathos or sadness.
                  The following is one of the Hantya Jagar folk song from Ravain/Rawaeen region of Garhwal (Yamuna -Tons valley).


           रवांइ,  उत्तरकाशी  गढ़वाल क्षेत्र  के  प्रचलित   लोक गीत- 23 

           रवांइ,  उत्तरकाशी क्षेत्र से जागर या धार्मिक अनुष्ठान के लोक गीत/कथायें    -16   
 
   
             (मूल -डा जगदीश 'जग्गू' नौडियाल)

( इंटरनेट प्रस्तुति  एवं अतिरिक्त व्याखा - भीष्म कुकरेती )

   रवाईं में हंत्या  जागर -भाग -१

मामी तेरी छुटी पड़ी चाखोल्युं की टोल।
तेरो होलो केसों मामी इजा को पराण।
तेरो होलो केसों मामी इजा को पराण।
त्वेको आयो पड़ी मामी काल सी ओ बाण।
काल सी छिपदो मामी रीट दो सी ओ बाण।
सोची होलो मामी तै हरस देखऊं।
यख मं बैठी रो तेरो बांको माणिस।
के कालन डालि मामी जोड़ी मां बिछाऊँ।
भैर  भीतर मामी देखी ज तू अ क्वैक।
देखी भाळी जाई मामी आपड़ो बागीचा।
  Jagari (Ritual Priest) after calling the female soul and soul entering into a body of the person –
 O dear! Bird herds are separated from you.
O dear! How would be your motherhood without your children?
O dear! How did the death come for you?
O dear! The death came hiding and surrounding you.
O dear! The death was searching you and you were thinking that you would see the happiness of family.
O dear! Your dear husband is sitting here.
O dear! The death separated you from your husband.
O dear! You see here and there everywhere in your house, see your garden and then satisfyingly go for ever.



Copyright for interpretation @ Bhishma Kukreti 18/6/2013

     References:
Dr Jagdish Prasad Naudiyal, Uttarakhand ki Sanskritik Dharohar  (Ravain Kshetra ke lok Sahitya ka Sanskritik Adhyayan
2-Sudha Chandola, Some Goddess Rituals from Non Narrative folk songs of India
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Folk Literature of Ravain/Rawaeen, Yamuna -Tons Valley Region, Uttarkashi, Garhwal to be continued…24
Jagar Gatha (Lyrical Prose Folk Ritual Tales) from Ravain, Yamuna-Tons Valley, Uttarkashi, Garhwal Region to be continued…17
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Notes on Hantya Jagar: Folksongs from, Uttarkashi Garhwal, for Folk Ritual Performance for calling Dissatisfied Souls; Hantya Jagar: Folksongs from Radhi-Danda, Uttarkashi Garhwal, for Folk Ritual Performance for calling Dissatisfied Souls; Hantya Jagar: Folksongs from Yamunotri, Uttarkashi Garhwal, for Folk Ritual Performance for calling Dissatisfied Souls; Hantya Jagar: Folksongs from Kharsali, Uttarkashi Garhwal, for Folk Ritual Performance for calling Dissatisfied Souls; Hantya Jagar: Folksongs from Janki Chatti,  Uttarkashi Garhwal, for Folk Ritual Performance for calling Dissatisfied Souls; Hantya Jagar: Folksongs from Hanuman Chatti, Uttarkashi Garhwal, for Folk Ritual Performance for calling Dissatisfied Souls; Hantya Jagar: Folksongs from Ful Chatti Uttarkashi Garhwal, for Folk Ritual Performance for calling Dissatisfied Souls; Hantya Jagar: Folksongs from Gangnani, Uttarkashi Garhwal, for Folk Ritual Performance for calling Dissatisfied Souls; Hantya Jagar: Folksongs from Barkot, Uttarkashi Garhwal, for Folk Ritual Performance for calling Dissatisfied Souls; Hantya Jagar: Folksongs from Naugaon, Uttarkashi Garhwal, for Folk Ritual Performance for calling Dissatisfied Souls; Hantya Jagar: Folksongs from Lakhamandal, Chakrata,  Garhwal, for Folk Ritual Performance for calling Dissatisfied Souls; Hantya Jagar: Folksongs from Purola, Uttarkashi Garhwal, for Folk Ritual Performance for calling Dissatisfied Souls; Hantya Jagar: Folksongs from Jarmola Dhar, Uttarkashi Garhwal, for Folk Ritual Performance for calling Dissatisfied Souls; Hantya Jagar: Traditional songs from Mori Uttarkashi Garhwal, for Folk Ritual Performance for calling Dissatisfied Souls; Hantya Jagar: Traditional songs from Naitwad, Uttarkashi Garhwal, for Folk Ritual Performance for calling Dissatisfied Souls; Hantya Jagar: Traditional songs from Anhol, Dehradun  Garhwal, for Folk Ritual Performance for calling Dissatisfied Souls; Hantya Jagar: Traditional songs from Tyuni, Dehradun,  Garhwal, for Folk Ritual Performance for calling Dissatisfied Souls; Hantya Jagar: Traditional songs from Arakot, Uttarkashi Garhwal, for Folk Ritual Performance for calling Dissatisfied Souls           

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Hantya Jagar:  Awakening Ritual Folk Song for calling Soul of deceased relatives -Part-2

Folk Literature of Ravain/Rawaeen, Yamuna-Tons Valley Region, Uttarkashi, Garhwal -24 

Jagar Gatha (Lyrical Prose Folk Ritual Sayings) from Ravain/Rawaeen, Yamuna -Tons Valley, Uttarkashi, Garhwal Region-17

            Folk Songs/Folktales collection by late Dr. Jagdish Prasad ‘Jaggu’ Naudiyal 

                 Translation, Interpretation by: Bhishma Kukreti
                        Hantya Jagar means calling the souls of dead relatives. It is believed that those die because of accidents or unnatural death or death at young age come to see their relatives. The family performed a ceremony called Hantya Jagar or Hantya Ghadela.
  The priest –drum –dish player sings the rituals and soul comes into body of particular person who then dances.
   The following folk song is for calling male soul who dies in young age.
रवांइ,  उत्तरकाशी  गढ़वाल क्षेत्र  के  प्रचलित   लोक गीत- 24 

रवांइ,  उत्तरकाशी क्षेत्र से जागर या धार्मिक अनुष्ठान के लोक गीत/कथायें    -17   
 
   
(मूल -डा जगदीश 'जग्गू' नौडियाल)

( इंटरनेट प्रस्तुति  एवं अतिरिक्त व्याखा - भीष्म कुकरेती )

रवाईं में हंत्या  जागर -भाग -2

भैया कलकी रौ तेरी हौंसिया उमर।
कैसू रयो भैया तू सौबकू प्यारो।
दुखी रौ दी मेरा भया बैठ्या छन तेरा सारा।
देख तेरी  इजा रौया निपूती इजा।
तेरी जोड़ी रौयो कनी सौजोड़ी।
तेरो कनू रौयो मयऴदू स्वभाव।
मरदी बगत त्वेन पाणि भी न पाये।
कनि गई होली बंठ्या तू बांकी स्वैण छोड़ी।
अकेली इजा को यकूलो लडीक।
बांकुरासे पराण तेरो डाऴयूं-डाऴयूं रै गे।
टोली छोड़ी गयी भैया सारा बाल बच्चा।
कनू गई प्यारो भैया इजा कू तू जायो।   
O Brother! You were young.
O Brother! All appreciated you and all loved you.
O Brother! All your relatives are sitting here.
O Brother, Watch! Your mother is sitting without son.
O Brother! You and your wife were marvelous pair.
O Brother! You were peace loving man.
O Brother! You did not get water while die.
O Brother! How did you leave you wife?
 O Brother! You were only one son of your mother.
O Brother! Your soul would be flying on trees.
O Brother! You left your family.
O Brother! You were lovely son of your mother.
 O Brother! You went at young age.




Copyright for interpretation @ Bhishma Kukreti 18/6/2013

     References:
Dr Jagdish Prasad Naudiyal, Uttarakhand ki Sanskritik Dharohar  (Ravain Kshetra ke lok Sahitya ka Sanskritik Adhyayan
2-Sudha Chandola, Some Goddess Rituals from Non Narrative folk songs of India
Xxx         xx             
Folk Literature of Ravain/Rawaeen, Yamuna -Tons Valley Region, Uttarkashi, Garhwal to be continued…25
Jagar Gatha (Lyrical Prose Folk Ritual Tales) from Ravain, Yamuna-Tons Valley, Uttarkashi, Garhwal Region to be continued…18
Xx   xxx
Notes on Awakening Ritual Folk Song from Ravain, Uttarkashi region for calling Soul of deceased relative; Awakening Ritual Folk Song from r Ravain region, Dehradun calling Soul of deceased relative; Awakening Ritual Folk Song from Ravain, Uttarakhand region for calling Soul of deceased relative; Awakening Ritual Folk Song from Ravain, Mid Himalayan region for calling Soul of deceased relative; Awakening Ritual Folk Song from Ravain, Himalayan region for calling Soul of deceased relative; Awakening Ritual Folk Song from Ravain, North India  for calling Soul of deceased relative; Awakening Ritual Folk Song from Ravain, Asia for calling Soul of deceased relative; Awakening Ritual Folk Song from Ravain, Oriental region for calling Soul of deceased relative.

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Anchhari/Matri Hantya Jagar: Folk Song about Awakening Ritual for calling Fairies -Part-3
 

Folk Literature of Ravain/Rawaeen, Yamuna-Tons Valley Region, Uttarkashi, Garhwal -25 

Jagar Gatha (Lyrical Prose Folk Ritual Sayings) from Ravain/Rawaeen, Yamuna -Tons Valley, Uttarkashi, Garhwal Region-19

            Folk Songs/Folktales collection by late Dr. Jagdish Prasad ‘Jaggu’ Naudiyal 

                 Translation, Interpretation by: Bhishma Kukreti

            Believing on fairies is common belief in all regions. For example, in Irish folk literature there is mention of that fairies were both feared and respected. The si or Irish fairies were is invisible for mortals; fairies lived in chariot and were involved in human activities. Many calamities were believed due to curses of fairies. The Irish folk literature mentions that there was tension between fairies and mortals. The boys used to dress females dress for protecting them from fairies as it was believed that fairies would choose boys before girls.
         In Ravain too, the people believe on worshipping fairies by Jagar.
         It is believed that Anchheri or Matri or fairies are unmarried young girls died before marriage. That is why they enter into body of men or young men. When, future teller informs to perform ritual for Anchheri. The family arranges Ghadela for worshipping Anchheri/Matri/Fairy
     The following Jagar is just copy of average Garhwali Anchheri Jagar except that the dialects are of Ramolti language.



रवांइ,  उत्तरकाशी  गढ़वाल क्षेत्र  के  प्रचलित   लोक गीत- 25 

रवांइ,  उत्तरकाशी क्षेत्र से जागर या धार्मिक अनुष्ठान के लोक गीत/कथायें    -18   
 
   
(मूल -डा जगदीश 'जग्गू' नौडियाल)

( इंटरनेट प्रस्तुति  एवं अतिरिक्त व्याखा - भीष्म कुकरेती )


  आन्छरी या मातरी हंत्या जागर

मातरी तोको आमू साड़ी देऊ।
आमू देऊ तोको बोली लोकु देऊ।
नो रंगूला तोको बोली लोकु देऊ।
सात रंगूला तोकू दुशाला देऊ।
सात नाज लो देऊ तोको देजो।
तो को रंग -रंगीलो सजीलो डोला देऊ।
काजरारी आंख्युं क काजल देऊ।
पूजिक तोकू घर पठाऊ।
सासर जनों भेजऊँतोउ।
हामू दिउ तो तोके द्वफरी देऊ।
O Matri/Anchheri/Fairy! We shall offer you Sari.
O Matri/Anchheri/Fairy! We shall offer you jewelries.
O Matri/Anchheri/Fairy! We shall offer you nine colored Bali.
O Matri/Anchheri/Fairy! We shall offer you seven colored shawl.
O Matri/Anchheri/Fairy! We shall offer seven types of grain.
 O Matri/Anchheri/Fairy! We shall offer you Dola (closed liter).
O Matri/Anchheri/Fairy! We shall offer you Kajal for your beautiful yes.
O Matri/Anchheri/Fairy! We shall offer you invitation.
O Matri/Anchheri/Fairy! We shall offer you worship.
O Matri/Anchheri/Fairy! We shall offer you rice Arsa and  Swala (Puri and rice sweet).
 


Copyright for interpretation @ Bhishma Kukreti 23/6/2013

     References:
Dr Jagdish Prasad Naudiyal, Uttarakhand ki Sanskritik Dharohar  (Ravain Kshetra ke lok Sahitya ka Sanskritik Adhyayan
2-Sudha Chandola, Some Goddess Rituals from Non Narrative folk songs of India
Xxx         xx             
Folk Literature of Ravain/Rawaeen, Yamuna -Tons Valley Region, Uttarkashi, Garhwal to be continued…26
Jagar Gatha (Lyrical Prose Folk Ritual Tales) from Ravain, Yamuna-Tons Valley, Uttarkashi, Garhwal Region to be continued…19
Xx      xx
Notes on Folk Song /Jagar about Awakening Ritual for calling Fairies; Oriental Folk Song /Jagar from Uttarkashi Garhwal, about Awakening Ritual for calling Fairies; Asian Folk Song /Jagar from Yamnotri, Uttarkashi Garhwal, about Awakening Ritual for calling Fairies; South Asian Folk Song /Jagar from Barakot, Uttarkashi Garhwal, about Awakening Ritual for calling Fairies;  SAARC countries of Asia Folk Song /Jagar from Har ki dun, Uttarkashi Garhwal, about Awakening Ritual for calling Fairies; Indian subcontinent /Folk Song /Jagar from Gangnai, Uttarkashi Garhwal, about Awakening Ritual for calling Fairies; Indian Folk Song /Jagar from Purola, Uttarkashi Garhwal, about Awakening Ritual for calling Fairies; North Indian Folk Song /Jagar from Mori, Uttarkashi Garhwal, about Awakening Ritual for calling Fairies; Himalayan Folk Song /Jagar from Kharsali, Uttarkashi Garhwal, about Awakening Ritual for calling Fairies; Central Himalayan Folk Song /Jagar from Anhol, Uttarkashi Garhwal, about Awakening Ritual for calling Fairies; Uttarakhandi Folk Song /Jagar from Lakhamandal, Dehardun,  Garhwal, about Awakening Ritual for calling Fairies. 

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Nagraja Puja Jagar: Religious Folk Song for Krishna 

Folk Literature of Ravain/Rawaeen, Yamuna-Tons Valley Region, Uttarkashi, Garhwal -26 

Jagar Gatha (Lyrical Prose Folk Ritual Sayings) from Ravain/Rawaeen, Yamuna -Tons Valley, Uttarkashi, Garhwal Region-20

            Folk Songs/Folktales collection by late Dr. Jagdish Prasad ‘Jaggu’ Naudiyal 

                 Translation, Interpretation by: Bhishma Kukreti

                      As in other parts of Kumaon and Garhwal, Krishna is worshipped as Nagraja deity in Ravaeen/Ravain region of Uttarkashi and Dehradun.
                There are names for Krishna as Nagelu, Nagraja or Sinkaru Nag. Usually, the Nagraja temples are away from village in forest area.
    Sinkaru Nagraja is worshipped in Purola-Naugaon region of Uttarkashi.

रवांइ क्षेत्र में नाग पूजा संबंधी  कहावत –Local Sayings about the worshipping o Nagraja deity

जू ने देलो सिंकारु नाग की पूजा।
त बुरो होलो ये सरू नतीजा।।
If you don’t offer prayer/perform Nraraja rituals to Sinkaru Nag there would be bad results. 
 रवांइ क्षेत्र में  नागराज  जागर       
 Nagraja Jagar in Ravain/Rawaeen of Uttarkashi and Dehradun
         

नागराज देणु ह्वे नाग  नागेलो।
दूध फूलो पूजा दुऊ  नाग  नागेलो।
नागराज देणु ह्वे नाग  नागेलो।
 शुद्ध बुद्ध देऊं हाम्बी नाग  नागेलो।
हरी भरी- क्यारी -सारी नाग  नागेलो।
कृपा हाम्बी पर रौऊ नाग  नागेलो।
तेरी देऊं भेंट हाम्बी नाग  नागेलो।
नागराज देणु ह्वे नाग  नागेलो।
O Nagraj! Bless us.
O Nagraja! O Negelu! Be auspicious on us.
 O Nagraja! O Nagelu! Provide intellect and cleanness to us.
O Nagraja! O Nagelu! Make our farms green for us.
O Nagraja! O Negelu! Be sympathetic to us.
O Nagraja! O Nagelu! Bring prosperity for us.
 O Nagraja! O Negelu! Be favorable to  us.

 
Copyright for interpretation @ Bhishma Kukreti 24/6/2013

     References:
Dr Jagdish Prasad Naudiyal, Uttarakhand ki Sanskritik Dharohar  (Ravain Kshetra ke lok Sahitya ka Sanskritik Adhyayan
2-Sudha Chandola, Some Goddess Rituals from Non Narrative folk songs of India
Xxx         xx             
Folk Literature of Ravain/Rawaeen, Yamuna -Tons Valley Region, Uttarkashi, Garhwal to be continued…27
Jagar Gatha (Lyrical Prose Folk Ritual Tales) from Ravain, Yamuna-Tons Valley, Uttarkashi, Garhwal Region to be continued…20
Xx               xxxx
Notes on Religious Folk Song for Krishna; Asian Religious Folk Song from Radhi-danda Ravain, Uttarkashi, Garhwal for Krishna; Asian Religious Folk Song from Kharsali Ravain, Uttarkashi, Garhwal for Krishna; Asian Religious Folk Song from Yamunotri Ravain, Uttarkashi, Garhwal for Krishna; Asian Religious Folk Song from Janki Chatti, Ravain, Uttarkashi, Garhwal for Krishna; Asian Religious Folk Song from Hanuman Chatti Ravain, Uttarkashi, Garhwal for Krishna; Asian Religious Folk Song from Gangnani Ravain, Uttarkashi, Garhwal for Krishna; Asian Religious Folk Song from Barkot,  Ravain, Uttarkashi, Garhwal for Krishna; Asian Religious Folk Song from Naugaon Ravain, Uttarkashi, Garhwal for Krishna; Asian Religious Folk Song from Lakhamandal Ravain, Dehradun , Garhwal for Krishna; Asian Religious Folk Song from Purola Ravain, Uttarkashi, Garhwal for Krishna; Asian Religious Folk Song from Jarmola Dhar, Ravain, Uttarkashi, Garhwal for Krishna; Asian Religious Folk Song from Ravain, Uttarkashi, Garhwal for Krishna;  Asian Religious Folk Song from Mori, Ravain, Uttarkashi, Garhwal for Krishna; Asian Religious Folk Song from Naitwar, Ravain, Uttarkashi, Garhwal for Krishna; Asian Religious Folk Song from Anhola, Ravain, Uttarkashi, Garhwal for Krishna; Asian Religious Folk Song from Tyuni Ravain, Dehradun , Garhwal for Krishna; Asian Religious Folk Song from Arakot, Ravain, Uttarkashi, Garhwal for Krishna   

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Danda ka Nagelu: Oriental/Asian Religious Folk Song Worshipping Krishna

Oriental/Asian Folk Literature from Ravain/Rawaeen, Yamuna-Tons Valley Region, Uttarkashi, Garhwal -27 

Asian/oriental Jagar Gatha (Lyrical Prose Folk Ritual Sayings) from Ravain/Rawaeen, Yamuna -Tons Valley, Uttarkashi, Garhwal Region-21

            Folk Songs/Folktales collection by late Dr. Jagdish Prasad ‘Jaggu’ Naudiyal 

                 Translation, Interpretation by: Bhishma Kukreti


                 People of Garhwal and Kumaon including Ravain region of Garhwal worship Lord Krishna as Nagraja/Nagelu.
                      There are many types of Nagraja/Nagelu. Many Nagraja/Nagelu are according to region of temples.  For example, Danda ka Nagelu of Naugaon is situated at the hill top of Naugaon, Uttarkashi. The people sing the following folk ritual song at the time of Uthana (vowing for worshipping about Nagraja) and Nagraja worshipping event.
             People of Naugaon region gather in the temple court, worship and sing the following folk ritual song. The priest play music instruments - Dhol-Damau.  People dance with the folk song sung by Jagari/priest. It is believed that Krishna comes there in the form of snake (Nag).
 
रवांइ,  उत्तरकाशी  गढ़वाल क्षेत्र  के  प्रचलित   लोक गीत- 27 

रवांइ,  उत्तरकाशी, देहरादून  क्षेत्र से जागर या धार्मिक अनुष्ठान के लोक गीत/कथायें    -20   
 
   
(मूल -डा जगदीश 'जग्गू' नौडियालगीत   २०११, उत्तराखंड की सांस्कृतिक धरोहर ( रवांइ क्षेत्र के लोकसाहित्य का  सांस्कृतिक अध्ययन ), विनसर पब्लिशिंग कं. देहरादून  )

( इंटरनेट प्रस्तुति  एवं अतिरिक्त व्याखा - भीष्म कुकरेती )

 

 डांडा नगेलू पूजा जागर

डांडा का नगेलू,  डांडा को  नगेलू।
डांडा को बसेलू नाग,डांडा को बसेलू।।
कृष्ण जनू रूप रौयौ नेगेलु।
भेंट लेकी आया हाम्बी यमुना जी को पाणी।।
धूप  दीप द्यूलू नाग आटो घी की माणी।
झूट त्वेम क्यों लगाण हामू साँची लाणी।।
डांडा का नगेलू,  डांडा को  नगेलू।
डांडा को बसेलू नाग,डांडा को बसेलू।।
  O Danda ka Nagelu!  Nagelu o f hill!
O Danda ka Nagelu!  You are same as Krishna 
O Danda ka Nagelu! We brought Yamuna water for you.
O Danda ka Nagelu! We shall offer you Ghee, flour and Ghee smoke
O Danda ka Nagelu! We are speaking the truth.
O Danda ka Nagelu!


Copyright for interpretation @ Bhishma Kukreti 25/6/2013


   References:
Dr Jagdish Prasad Naudiyal, Uttarakhand ki Sanskritik Dharohar  (Ravain Kshetra ke lok Sahitya ka Sanskritik Adhyayan
2-Sudha Chandola, Some Goddess Rituals from Non Narrative folk songs of India
Xxx         xx             
Folk Literature of Ravain/Rawaeen, Yamuna -Tons Valley Region, Uttarkashi, Garhwal to be continued…28
Jagar Gatha (Lyrical Prose Folk Ritual Tales) from Ravain, Yamuna-Tons Valley, Uttarkashi, Garhwal Region to be continued…21
Xxx           xx
Notes on Oriental/Asian Religious Folk Song Worshipping Krishna; Oriental/Asian Religious Folk Song from Naugaon, Uttarkashi, Garhwal Worshipping Krishna; Oriental/Asian Religious Folk Song from Barkot, Ravain, Uttarkashi, Garhwal Worshipping Krishna; Oriental/Asian Religious Folk Song from Kuwa,  Ravain, Uttarkashi, Garhwal Worshipping Krishna; Oriental/Asian Religious Folk Song from Samul, Ravain, Uttarkashi, Garhwal Worshipping Krishna; Oriental/Asian Religious Folk Song from Rajgarhi, Ravain, Uttarkashi, Garhwal Worshipping Krishna; Oriental/Asian Religious Folk Song from Bhankoli, Rama, Ravain, Uttarkashi, Garhwal Worshipping Krishna; Oriental/Asian Religious Folk Song from Sangamchatti, Ravain, Uttarkashi, Garhwal Worshipping Krishna; Oriental/Asian Religious Folk Song from Monal, Ravain, Uttarkashi, Garhwal Worshipping Krishna; Oriental/Asian Religious Folk Song from Jamola, Ravain, Uttarkashi, Garhwal Worshipping Krishna. Oriental/Asian Religious Folk Song from Dewar, Ravain, Uttarkashi, Garhwal Worshipping Krishna; Oriental/Asian Religious Folk Song from Purola, Ravain, Uttarkashi, Garhwal Worshipping Krishna.   

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Krishna Janma Jagar Gatha: Asian, Garhwali Folk Ritual Song about Krishna Birth


Folklore, Folk Legends, Folk Myths of Kumaon-Garhwal, Haridwar, Uttarkahnd-68

Pauranic /Epic, Marathon, Classic, Impressive, Grand, Mahabharata Folklore, Ramayana Folklores, Folktales, Folk Stories of Haridwar,   Garhwal, Kumaon, Uttarakhand – 5 

(The write up is dedicated to Dr. Shiva Nand Nautiyal for his extensive works on Kumaoni-Garhwal I Folk and Modern Literature)
                                         By: Bhishma Kukreti

               Krishna is worshipped as Nag (Snake) in Garhwal and Kumaon. Whenever, there is Ghadela for Nagraja ritual performance the Jagari tells the story of Krishna.  The following folk song is about Krishna birth. There is local folk  touch on this universal story.
           कुमाऊं, गढ़वाल ,हरिद्वार  की लोक गाथाएँ  -68     

  ( गढवाली लोक गीत, कुमाउनी लोक गीत, उत्तराखंडी लोक गीत , हिमालयी लोक गीत, हरिद्वार से लोक गीत ,मध्य हिमालयी लोक गीत , हिमालयी लोक गीत,उत्तर भारितीय लोक गीत, भारतीय लोक गीत श्रृंखला ) 


                     कुमाऊं, गढ़वाल ,हरिद्वार  से पौराणिक लोक गाथाएँ - 4
   
                           नागराजा कृष्ण जन्म गाथा


            सन्दर्भ : डा शिवा नन्द नौटियाल , गढ़वाल के लोकनृत्य गीत
           (इंटरनेट प्रस्तुति; भीष्म कुकरेती )
 
                 
               
                                         जमुना पार होलू कंसु को कंस कोट
                                          जमुना पार होलू गोकुल बैराट
                                          कंसकोट  होलू राजा उग्रसेन
                                          तौंकी राणी होली राणी पवनरेखा
                                          बांयीं कोखी पैदा  पापी हरिणा कंश
                                          दांयी कोखी पैदा देवतुली देवकी
                                           ओ मदु बामण लगन भेददा
                                            आठों गर्भ को होलू कंसु को छेदक
                                       हो बासुदेव को जायो प्रभो , जसोदा को बोलो
                                       देवकी नंदन प्रभो , द्वारिका नरेश
                                        भूपति-भूपाल प्रभो , नौछमी नारेणा
                                        भगत वत्सल प्रभो , कृष्ण भगवान्
                                        हो परगट ह्व़े जाण प्रभो, मृत्यु लोक मांज
                                         घर मेरा भगवान अब , धर्म को अवतार
                                         सी ल़ोल़ा कंसन व्हेने , मारी अत्याचारी
                                          तै पापी कंसु को प्रभो कर छत्यानाश
                                          हो देवकी माता का तैंन सात गर्भ  ढेने
                                          अष्टम गर्भ को दें , क्या जाल रचीने
                                          अब लगी देबकी तैं फिलो दूजो मॉस
                                           तौं पापी कंस को प्रभो, खुब्सात मची गे
                                           हो क्वी विचार कौरो चुचां , क्वी ब्यूँत  बथाओ
                                           जै बुधि ईं देवकी को गर्भ गिरी आज
                                            सौ मण ताम्बा की तौन गागर बणाई
                                             नौ मण शीसा को बणेइ गागर की ड्युलो
                                              हो अब जान्दो देवकी जमुना को छाल
                                             मुंड मा शीसा को ड्युलो अर तामे की गागर
                                             रुँदैड़ा लगान्द पौंछे , जमुना का छाल
                                              जसोदा न सुणीयाले देवकी को रोणो 
                                             हो कू छयी  क्या छई , जमुना को रुन्देड
                                              केकु रूणी छई चूची , जमुना की पन्दयारी
                                             मैं छौं हे दीदी , अभागी देवकी
                                              मेरा अष्टम गर्भ को अब होंदो खेवापार
                                              हो वल्या छाल देवकी , पल्या छाल जसोदा
                                               द्वी बैणियूँ रोणोन जमुना गूजीगे
                                               मथुरा गोकुल मा किब्लाट पोड़ी गे
                                               तौं पापी कंस को प्रभो , च्याळआ पोड़ी गे
                                               हो अब ह्वेगे कंस खूंण अब अष्टम गर्भ तैयार
                                               अष्टम गर्भ होलो कंस को विणास
                                                अब लगी देवकी तैं तीजो चौथो मॉस
                                                 सगर बगर ह्व़े गे तौं पापी  कंस को
                                                 हो त्रिभुवन प्रभो मेरा तिरलोकी नारेण
                                                 गर्भ का भीतर बिटेन धावडी लगौन्द
                                                  हे - माता मातेस्वरी जल भोरी लेदी
                                                  तेरी गागर बणे द्योलू फूल का समान
                                                 हो देवकी माता न अब शारो बांधे याले
                                                 जमुना का जल माथ गागर धौरयाले
                                                  सरी जमुना ऐगे प्रभो गागर का पेट
                                                    गागर उठी गे प्रभो , बीच स्युन्दी माथ
                                                     हो पौंची गे देवकी कंसु का दरबार
                                                    अब बिसाई देवा भैजी पाणी को गागर
                                                     जौन त्वेमा उठै होला उंई बिसाई द्योला
                                                  गागर बिसांद दें कंस बौगी गेन
                                                   अब लगे देवकी तैं पांचो छठो मास
                                                    तौं पापी कंस को हाय टापि मचीगे
                                                   हो- अब लागी गे देवकी तैं सतों आठों मॉस
                                                   भूक तीस बंद ह्व़े गे तौं पापी कंस की
                                                    हो उनि सौंण की स्वाति , उनि भादों की राती
                                                   अब लगे देवकी तैं नवों-दसों मास
                                                  नेडू धोरा ऐगे बाला , तेरा जनम को बगत
                                                  अब कन कंसु न तेरो जिन्दगी को ग्यान
                                                   हो! पापी कंस न प्रभो , इं ब्युन्त सोच्याले
                                                    देवकी बासुदेव तौंन जेल मा धौरेन
                                                    हाथुं मा हथकड़ी लेने , पैरूँ लेने बेडी
                                                   जेल का फाटक पर संतरी लगे देने
                                                   हो उनि भादों को मैना उनि अँधेरी रात
                                                   बिजली की कडक भैर बरखा का थीड़ा
                                                    अब ह्वेगे मेरा प्रभो ठीक अद्धा रात
                                                      हो , हाथुं   की हथकड़ी टूटी , टूटी पैरों की बेडी
                                                    जेल का फाटक खुले धरती कांपी गे
                                                     अष्टम गर्भ ह्व़ेगी कंस को काल
                                                      जन्मी गे भगवान् प्रभो , कंसु की छेदनी

                     At this Yamuna bank there was Kanskot of king Kansa and other side of Yamuna was Gokul Bairath.
               Ugrasen was the king of Kanskot and his queen was Pawan Rekha. . Sinful Kansa was born from left uterus of Queen Pawan Rekha and virtuous Devki was born from right uterus. The future teller astrologer informed that the eighth son of Devki would kill Kansa. The whole Kanskot was worried. Many plans were created. Devki was married with Vasudev. Vasudev was told to live in Kanskot.
              Kansa was sinful. He started killing his sister’s children in embryonic condition. When Kans came to know that his sister Devki was pregnant eighth time. He got made nine ton copper vessel (gagar) for carrying water and nine ton plumbs Deela (base for vessel to be kept on head). Now he asked Devki to carry water on the vessel.  Weeping, Devki reached to Yamuna bank. The child inside her told her not to worry as he would reduce the weight. Devki carried water to Kanskot. Kans was shocked. While taking vessel from her head the water spilled away and many assistants of flew into the spilled water. 
           When Devki was nine month pregnant, Kansa kept Vasudev and Devki in the prison.
    It was Bhadon night. There was heavy storm. There was heavy rain. Krishna took birth in the Rohni nakshatra. The door opened automatically. Krishna was incarnated to diminish Kansa.             
                 


Copyright (Interpretation) @ Bhishma Kukreti, 26/06/2013
Folklore, Folk Legends, Folk Myths of Kumaon-Garhwal-Haridwar (Uttarakhand) to be continued…67 
Folklore, Folktales, Folk Ballads, Folk Stories of Human Behavior, Human Relationship, Human Psychology, Human Sensitivity, , Human values, Contemporary subjects, Human Sacrifices,  interpersonal bond  from Haridwar,   Garhwal, Kumaon (Uttarakhand) –14
   
                                  Curtsey and references
 
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 Dr Trilochan Pandey, Kumaoni Bhasha aur Uska Sahity(Folklore literature of Kumaon )
Dr Shiva Nand Nautiyal, Garhwal ke Lok Nrityageet  (Folk Songs and Folk dances of Garhwal )
Dr Govind Chatak, Garhwali Lokgathayen (Folklore of Garhwali)
Dr. Govind Chatak, Kumaoni Lokgathayen (Folklore of Kumaoni)
Dr Urvi Datt Upadhyaya, Kumaon ki Lokgathaon ka Sahityik Adhyayan (Literary review of Folklore of Kumaon)
Dr. Dip Chand Chaudhri, 1995, Askot ka Palvansh , Gumani Shodhkendra, Uprada, Gangalighat
Dr. Prayag Joshi, Kumaon Garhwal ki Lokgathaon ka Vivechnatmak Adhyayan (Critical Review of Folklore of Kumaon and Garhwal)
Dr Dinesh Chandra Baluni, Uttarakhand ki Lokgathayen (Folklore of Uttarakhand)
Dr Jagdish (Jaggu) Naudiyal, Uttarakhand ki Sanskritik Dharohar, (Partially Folklore of Ravain) 
Ramesh Matiyani ‘Shailesh’ 1959, Kumaun ki Lok Gathayen
Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Dhunyal (Folklore and Folk Songs of Garhwal)
Shambhu Prasad Bahuguna, Virat Hriday
Kusum Budhwar, 2010, Where Gods Dwell: Central Himalayan Folktales and Legends 
C.M. Agarwal , Golu Devta, 1992, The God of Justice of Kumaon Himalayas
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Bhishma Kukreti, Garhwali Lok Natkon ke Mukhy Tatva va Vivechana
Helle Primdahi, 1994, Central Himalayan Folklore: folk Songs in Rituals of the Life Cycle
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Bhishma Kukreti, Garhwal ki Lok Kathayen, Alaknanda Prakashan
Bhishma Kukreti, Notes on History, Folk Literature of Haridwar
Khima Nand Sharma, Veer Balak Haru Heet, Kumauni Sahitya Sadan, Delhi, 1980.
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गढवाली लोक गीत, कुमाउनी लोक गीत, उत्तराखंडी लोक गीत , हिमालयी लोक गीत, हरिद्वार से लोक गीत ,मध्य हिमालयी लोक गीत , हिमालयी लोक गीत,उत्तर भारितीय  लोक गीत, भारतीय लोक गीत श्रृंखला जारी..
Notes on Oriental/Asian, Garhwali Folk Ritual Song about Krishna Birth; Oriental/Asian, Garhwali Folk Ritual Song from Chamoli Garhwal about Krishna Birth; Oriental/Asian, Garhwali Folk Ritual Song from Rudraprayag Garhwal about Krishna Birth; Oriental/Asian, Garhwali Folk Ritual Song from Pauri Garhwal about Krishna Birth; Oriental/Asian, Garhwali Folk Ritual Song from Tehri Garhwal about Krishna Birth; Oriental/Asian, Garhwali Folk Ritual Song from Uttarkashi Garhwal about Krishna Birth; Oriental/Asian, Garhwali Folk Ritual Song from Dehradun Garhwal about Krishna Birth; Oriental/Asian, Garhwali Folk Ritual Song from Kotdwara Garhwal about Krishna Birth; Oriental/Asian, Garhwali Folk Ritual Song from Lansdowne Garhwal about Krishna Birth; Oriental/Asian, Garhwali Folk Ritual Song from Rath Garhwal about Krishna Birth; Oriental/Asian, Garhwali Folk Ritual Song from Kedar Ghati Garhwal about Krishna Birth; Oriental/Asian, Garhwali Folk Ritual Song from Gongotri Garhwal about Krishna Birth; Asian, Garhwali Folk Ritual Song from Joshimath Garhwal about Krishna Birth; Oriental/Asian, Garhwali Folk Ritual Song from Badiyargarh about Krishna Birth; Oriental/Asian, Garhwali Folk Ritual Song from Rishikesh Garhwal about Krishna Birth 
 

 

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