Nanda Sunanda Frame

399.00

“Nanda Sunanda” is a traditional folk song that holds immense cultural significance in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand, India. It is an expression of reverence for Nanda Devi, the revered goddess and protector of the region, and her sister Sunanda.

Use for Home and Office Decor also for gifts

Digital Art Frame

Laminated and Wooden Framed

Size print 12×10 Inches

Country of origin –  Uttarakhand India

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“Nanda Sunanda” is a traditional folk song that holds immense cultural significance in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand, India. It is an expression of reverence for Nanda Devi, the revered goddess and protector of the region, and her sister Sunanda.

The song is sung during various festivals and cultural events, especially during the Nanda Devi Raj Jat Yatra, a grand pilgrimage held once every twelve years. The lyrics evoke devotion and praise for the goddesses, celebrating their strength, beauty, and benevolence.

“Nanda Sunanda” carries the essence of the vibrant Pahadi culture, reflecting the spiritual and communal bond that the people share with their deities and natural surroundings. Through this soulful folk song, the traditions and beliefs of the Kumaon region are beautifully conveyed, keeping their rich cultural heritage alive for generations.

Dimensions 21 × 29.7 cm

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