History & Culture

Lal Bahadur Pun Takes Up Mission to Preserve Magar Culture Through Songs

Lal Bahadur Pun Takes Up Mission to Preserve Magar Culture Through Songs
Lal Bahadur Pun, a retired Nepal Police officer in his 70s from Myagdi, Kathmandu, is preserving Magar culture through traditional songs. Actively collecting and documenting, he has produced 20 music videos, including the ancient song "Pukhryuli." Committed to cultural authenticity, Pun's efforts extend to publishing a book and collaborating on preserving the Magar community's rich heritage for future generations.

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