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The all the power lives in our universe. Views Read Edit View history. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. That bad deeds shall be visited upon the doer and that justice will finally be delivered by the Gods. The singer or Jagariya sings a ballad of the gods with allusions to the great epics like Mahabharat and Ramayana and which describes the adventures and exploits of the God being invoked. They have preserved these ballads of local Gods through oral traditions which today are being recorded.

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These traditions are the part of a kumauni jagar of Folk Hinduism prevalent, in fact, all across the Himalayas, which have been there along with the mainstream Hinduism for ages. Retrieved from ” https: All Kumauni jagar, Demi-Gods in the local pantheon of Kumaon are believed to be disciples of Guru Gorakhnath and therefore he too is remembered and asked for protection. It also shows similarity kunauni shamanistic traditions prevalent in ancient traditions around the globe.

Today, Jagars are seen more as cultural and musical heritage in the need of preservation than the religious ceremony itself. The ballads of the various Gods sung during the Jagar are the part of the vast folk literature of the Kumaoni language and Garhwali language which is now being collected for preservation.

The hard life of the Himalayas and constant exposure to the vagaries kagar nature inspired a strong belief in paranormal phenomena and also in numerous Folk Gods who were given great reverence kumauni jagar respect. The Jagar is held at his home.

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Jagar (ritual)

Jagwr have preserved these ballads of local Gods through oral traditions which today are being recorded. Music is the medium through which the gods are invoked.

That bad deeds shall be visited upon the doer and that justice will finally be delivered by the Gods. These are the strong power which exist on this kumauni jagar but the power comes on the human body when jager start. An excerpt from the Ausan of God Gangnath, in Kumaoni language.

The all the power lives in our universe. Hinduism portal Paranormal portal Music portal Himalaya region portal Uttarakhand portal. It is attached to the idea of divine justice and is organised to seek penance for a crime or seek justice kumauni jagar the gods for some injustice. For years of evolution Jagar singing has transformed into an art which is greatly cherished and the exponents of which are often heralded as living heritages.

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Kumauni jagar page was last edited on 20 Juneat Views Read Edit View history. The isolation of the Kumaon and Garhwal Himalayas promoted the emergence of local religious traditions which are still strong in these regions along with mainstream Hinduism.

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The jagar shows that the Hinduism is oldest religion on kumauni jagar planet, the jager always happen in same way as it started thousands years ago in Himalaya in kumauni jagar languages Sanskrit’ Kumauni, Gadwali. Dagariya comes from the Kumaoni word Dagar meaning wayhe is the one who shows the way. Apart from the religious point of view Jagar songs and singing styles are and integral part of the cultural heritage of Uttarakhand. The exponents of the professional Jagar singing are highly respected.

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But it is still highly revered especially in the rural areas and the New Delhi also, because lot of Kumauni jagar and Gadwali lives in Delhi so they can not go to villages every year for jagar so they started Jager in Delhi alsothe main god of Uttrakhandi people BhairoGweil, kature, Bhumia, Ramoul, Kalbisht, Narsingh, Ujayibeer, Naag, or more.

Garhwal division Kumaon division Culture of Uttarakhand. The singer or Jagariya sings a ballad of the gods with allusions to the great epics like Mahabharat and Ramayana and which describes the adventures and exploits of the Iumauni being kumauni jagar.