Studio Sangeeta Presents - SANEDO SANEDO - SANEDO LAL SANEDO - સનેડો સનેડો
Album - SANEDO
Singer - MunnaRaja
Music Label - Studio Sangeeta
Song - SANEDO SANEDO SANEDO LAL SANEDO
Sanedo (Gujarati: સનેડો) is type of Gujarati folk music, popularized by well-known Gujarati singer Maniraj Barot.
The original pronunciation and word is snehdo(Gujarati: સ્નેહડો), derived from the word sneh (Gujarati: સ્નેહ), meaning love or affection. Sanedo contains couplets of four lines and has a striking resemblance to bhavai, a folk drama form from Gujarat. The Gujarati folk artist Arvind Barot performed sanedo on stage in the 1980s and deserves credit for bringing sanedo to the mainstream, but it was thanks to another Gujarati folk artist,Maniraj Barot, that sanedo is famous among all Gujarati people and being played at Navratri and many wedding parties. A sanedo topic can be anything from romance or youth to satire.
Sanedo originated from the villages of the Patan district in Gujarat and it has become a very popular dance all over Gujarat and also among the Gujarati speaking population in the United States, Canada and Britain. It is frequently played during the festival of Navratri, during wedding celebrations and during parties.
The music played in the background during a sanedo recital is from a musical instrument called daklu. It is similar in shape to a drum but is considerably larger.
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