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“Of course I wanted to see the world, to experience its fullness. I wanted to be a real part of it, rather than the passing shadow I so often felt like. I wanted to devour the world,” writes Saeed Jones in his memoir.
Though Dāphā music has been carried forward as a culture by the Newa indigenous people of the Kathmandu valley, Dāphā songs are not only sung in Newa language. Some songs are in old Maithali, while words from Sanskrit are also used in Dāphā songs.
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