Muna Thapa Magar

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Muna Thapa Magar
मुना थापा मगर
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Background information
Birth nameMuna Magar
Also known asMuna Thapa Magar
Born8 August
Manakamana, Gorkha, Nepal
GenresNepali folk
Occupation(s)Singer
Years active2003–present
LabelsIndependent
Websitewww.munamagar.com

Muna Thapa Magar (Nepali: मुना थापा मगर)[1] is a Nepali folk singer from Manakamana-9, Gorkha. She was born in the village Siling Lamchhapa, Manakamana Village Development Committee, Gorkha district.

Career[edit]

She was brought up in Siling, Lamachap Manakamana Gorkha.[2] Her debut was in Tanahu Aabukhaireni where she went on stage to fill the gap for her friend who could not sing because of a throat problem.[citation needed]

After the Nepal earthquake of April 2015, she contributed relief materials to victims.[3]

Albums[edit]

  • Teej Git – Beshiko Mela (तिज गीत – बेशिको मेला)
  • Chhori (छोरी)
  • Doshro Chhori (दोश्रो छोरी)
  • Timi Ramro Hasole (तिमी राम्रो हांसोले)
  • Badulki Lairahane (Panche Baja) (बाडुल्कि लाईरहने)
  • Timi Mero Ma Timro Hune Kahile Ho (तिमी मेरो म तिम्रो हुने कहिले हो)
  • Chari Basyo Barako Dalima (चरी बस्यो बरको डालीमा)
  • Ke Diu Maile Samjhana (के दिउ मैले सम्झना)
  • Piratima Fail (पिरतीमा फेल)
  • Jiban Adhuro (जिबन अधुरो)

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Result
2009 Tuborg Image Music Award[4] Best Dohori Singer Won
2009 Bindabasini Music Award[4] Folk Singer of the Year Won
2010 Hits FM Music Award Album of the Year Won
2010 Image Award Dohori Singer Of the Year Won
2013 Music Khabar Award Folk Singer of the Year Won
2014 Music Khabar music award Folk singer of the year Won
2015 Music Khabar Award[4] Folk Singer of the year Won

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Muna Thapa Magar official site".
  2. ^ "यसरी सफल भइन्, लोकगायिका मुना थापा मगर". Khabardabali.com.
  3. ^ "गोरखाका भूकम्पपीडितलाई सहयोग गर्दै लोकगायिका मुना". Khabardabali.com.
  4. ^ a b c Ghimire, Manoj (9 June 2017). "Most followed celebrity of Nepal on Facebook". News, sport and opinion from the Kathmandu Tribune's global edition. Retrieved 18 July 2019.

5. Nepali Lok Dohori and Muna Thapa Magar's journey so far.

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