Bhojpuri Videos: Feel the Beat of India’s Traditional Music Videos

Bhojpuri video is a collection of the most popular & mesmerizing devotional songs, Bhakti, Aartiyan, Chants, Katha and other meditative music videos in Bhojpuri language. The Bhojpuri Devotional music section includes popular and latest Bhojpuri Hindu devotional, spiritual, bhajan sandhya, bhakti songs sung by the best singers of Bhojpuri Music industry.

Kahwa Lagayi Arhul Fulwa Sung By Ramesh Yadav | Bhojpuri Video Playlist – ETimes

Listen to the most popular and admired Bhojpuri devotional song ‘Kahwa Lagayi Arhul fulwa’ sung by ‘Ramesh Yadav’ and enjoy this soul stirring & mesmerizing bhajan. The ‘Kahwa Lagayi’ is a famous Bhojpuri song which has been sung by many artists in the past and is still very popular.

‘Kahwa’ is a Hindi word and it means ‘peace’ or ‘harmony’ in the English language. It is the name of an ancient village in Bhojpur district, Bihar, India. The word ‘Bhojpur’ came from the name of this village in the 12th century. During the Mughal period, Bhojpur also came to mean the language and people of the region.

The Bhojpuri language is an Indo-Aryan language which is a member of the Bihari languages. It is spoken by about 50.6 million people in India and Nepal. It is also a recognised minority language in Fiji, Guyana, Mauritius, South Africa, Suriname and Trinidad and Tobago.

It is a member of the Bhojpuri group of languages and it is related to Maithili and Magadhi. It is mainly spoken in the eastern part of Uttar Pradesh and western parts of Bihar, but is also spoken in the northern regions of the states of Jharkhand and Odisha. It is also spoken in the Janakpur and Lumbini provinces of Nepal, where it is considered the official language.

Bhojpuri is one of the most commonly used languages in India. The language is known as the mother tongue of a number of ethnic groups in India including Bihari, Chhattisgarhi, Gorkhalandi, Haryanvi, Magahi and Maithili. The Bhojpuri language has a rich cultural heritage with its history spanning over three millennia.

The grammar of the Bhojpuri language is complex and it has several grammatical types like noun, verb and adjective. It is a non-restrictive language and it can use plurals, infinitives and prepositional phrases. It is an Indo-Aryan language and is closely related to Maithili and Magadhi.

In Bhojpuri, there are different forms of politeness and a lot of nuances are involved. The form ‘tum’ is used for younger people and ‘aap’ for older people or those in high positions.