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Published on 05 Jul 2015 | about 1 year ago

The stories of Pabuji Rathore have been recited by the Bhopa community of Rajsthan for centuries through the Phad -a style religious scroll painting. These recitals take place all night long. Pabuji is believed to be the incarnation of Laxman, brother of Ram. Communities in Rajasthan worship him as the Protector of camels and other domesticated animals. This song is a part of Pabuji’s wedding story; when he was leaving his village with his baraat to Amarkot (in Pakistan now) a lady from the Charan community, Deval blocked his way and questioned him regarding safety of the village and the fort. Pabuji assures her in his own way to not worry and that he would protect them. Bhavari Devi’s brilliant & strong vocals are joined by her son Krishna who sings additional parts to this folk song , these parts sung by Krishna are composed by Ram Sampath & written by Munna Dhiman, in a song that celebrates roots , traditions & the beauty of Rajsthan . Darshan Doshi plays a complex drum & bass groove to perfection in this Ram Sampath juxtaposition of the ancient & the new.

Credits:
Music Producer : Ram Sampath
Additional Composition : Ram Sampath
Artistes: Bhanvari Devi , Krishna Kumar Buddha Ram
Chorus Singers: Roshni Saha, Chaandni R M W
Lyrics: Traditional & Munna Dhiman
Translation: Govind Singh Bhati
Keys: Ram Sampath
Drums: Darshan Doshi
Lead Guitar: Sanjoy Das
Rhythm Guitar: Hitesh Dhutia
Bass: Keshav Iyengar
Harmonium: Krishna Kumar Buddha Ram
Recording Engineer : Raaj Jagtap
Mixed By: Ram Sampath & Yash Divecha at Omgrown Music Studios, Mumbai
Mastered By: Yash Divecha at Omgrown Music Studios, Mumbai
Line Producer for Omgrown Music : Avneet Gujral
Executive Producer for Omgrown Music : Sona Mohapatra

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