Ram Man Trishit

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Ram Man Shrestha "Trishit" (c. 1941 – 31 May 2011) was a highly reputed lyricist of Nepali songs.[1]

He was a medical doctor by profession. He wrote many lyrics, most of which were tuned into music by Shiva Shankar and sung by Tara Devi (singer).[2] The friendship between Ram Man and Shiva Shankar lasted until the death of Shiva Shankar.[3][4] These two grand maetros of modern Nepalese music worked together and inspired each other that resulted several masterpieces. Nati kaji[5] and Gopal Yonjan also composed music for some of his songs.

Death[edit]

He died in Chabahil on 31 May 2011, aged 70.[6]

Memorable songs[edit]

Dilma hajur ayera- Tara Devi (singer)
Bhan yaha hajarawuma- Nirmala Shrestha
Yek phool jharera ke bho -Tara Devi
Mancheko maya yaha- Narayan Gopal/Gyanu Rana
Nachineko jastai timile- Dhruba KC
Yewuta tara jharda pani- CP Lohani
Timi ayewu kagajko phula- Prem Dhoj
Ishara ta garnu bhayo- Tara Devi
Maile punya manparaye- Narayan Gopal
Kasari dewu ma mero parichaya- Udit Narayan

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