Limbu

Limbu

Caste

Limbu

The Limbus are the second-largest tribe of the indigenous Kiranti people, who inhabit northern India, primarily in the states of Sikkim, West Bengal, and Assam, and Nepal's easternmost portion of the Himalayan range east of the Arun River. 

Limbu folk song genres Palam and Khayal:

These are folk songs sung by the Limbu community. These genres feature casual duets between male and female singers.

Limbu Spiritual song Hakpare:

Hakpare is a spiritual song sung only by women.

Limbu traditional instrument Chyabrung:

Chyabrung is a traditional drum of the Limbu Community. It is a hollow oblong wooden drum.

1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Pork Hub, Jhamsikhel

Tribal Haat (Phase I)

Tribal Haat aims to create a space for folk artists who have a passion for continuingthe threatened music of their community. It aims to showcase diverse muscal performers, traditions and instruments, from the Gandharvas known as the bearers of Nepali folk music to the Chyabrung drum of the Limbus, and the Kauda dance of the Magars. The social event will be a joyous hub for the original and authentic sounds of Nepal.