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Radioactive Artist Changchet

Radioactive Artist Changchet

KATHMANDU - As the tens of thousands of people enter the house, children are beginning to see healings on the roof of their homes. Healing comes immediately after tens of thousands.

Healing is especially evident in children and young people. Different organizations have begun organizing healings and cheats in order to give a glimpse of the original culture and sports of the village, to give a glimpse of the flying.

A similar program was seen on Radio Kantipur in Pulchowk on Friday. The ChangiChat program, organized by the Kantipur Radio family, healed and exchanged well wishes among the radio artists and artists. Radio and other artists, including station manager of Kantipur Radio, Dinesh DC, celebrated the healing of the flight. The atmosphere at the radio station's ceiling was very interesting because of the competition for who to heal, and the hooting of your supporters.

Everyone was hooked on the music and dance of the dance along with the healings. 'It was a lot of fun. When he came here and healed me, I remembered my childhood, 'The singer was spreading the vaccine very excitedly. By participating in the healing flight, Prasai also captivated everyone by singing 'Maya Luki Luki ...'. Comedian Deepak Raj Giri who participated in the Changa Cheat program was also very excited.

Although healing is directly related to our original culture and traditions, Giri lamented that with the development of social media there was a decline in its importance and use in the new generation. He believed that there should be initiatives for promotion of it from the government level rather than from any individual, institution. He said, "If you want to preserve tens of cultures, then the government should celebrate it as a festival by tapping, healing or playing in Tundikhel."
Radio Manager Kantipur has been continuing the 'Changchet' program for more than a decade before preserving the culture of fun gathering and healing, even after tens of thousands, said station manager DC. He expressed the belief that such programs would enhance closer bonds and unity.

Keshav Neupane, who is involved in the radio, participated in the program, said that such programs will arouse the passion for the art and culture of the new generation. Sahil Kharel of Anamnagar, who participated in the Changa Chat, said that such programs will remind tens of thousands of those times, even if it is not as exciting as a small one. Singer, singer Santosh Lama, Kunti Moktan, Shila Bahadur Moktan, Sheetal Moktan, Babin Dhungana, Banika Pradhan, Anup Ozal were present in the program.


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