Barki Bhun Bhunai Lyrics & Translation

Rasika Dindial - Lazy Man (Them Man and Them So Lazy, They Don't Want to Wuk!)

Rasika Dindial’s song “Barki Bhun Bhunai” (2017) follows a common narrative found in chutney music. Featuring vocals from Ravi B., Dindial sings from the perspective of a young woman living in a traditional joint family home with her in-laws. She is commenting about the married life and domestic quarrels taking place between her “barka” (husband’s elder brother) and “barki” (husband’s elder brother’s wife). Her sister-in-law becomes upset by her brother-in-law’s wandering eyes for a young lady. She resorts to not speaking or cooking and cannot sleep, while he does not see the harm in what he perceives to have just been a harmless joke.

Rasika Dindial Chutney Mix

Rasika Dindial Chutney Mix

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Rishi Nowbutt D’ Innocent Devil – Sa Sou Ghar May

Rishi Nowbutt D' Innocent Devil - Sa Sou Ghar May

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Rasika Dindial LIVE – Bhaiyā ke ranḍī tū Chhīnhā

Rasika Dindial LIVE - Bhaiyā ke ranḍī tū Chhīnhā

Description Rasika Dindial LIVE – Bhaiyā ke ranḍī tū Chhīnhā (The woman stole my brother) Lyrics No lyrics have been submitted by user Listen https://youtu.be/3p7hkK-7gik Download Song Donate Please consider Donating to keep our culture alive Please consider Donating to keep our culture alive Promote this Post