A Puneri twist to popular Christmas rhyme Jingle Bells is going viral on social media on this festive day. Every Christmas, we hear of Jingle Bells tune playing somewhere around where celebrations take place. A traditional Puneri twist to this Christmas rhyme sees a saree clad girl playing the same tune on her Saxophone, accompanied by traditional Dhol Tasha music. She is seen donning a Nauvari saree and it is unclear where exactly this video is taken from. This video is being shared widely on social media platforms and gaining all the praises. Desi Version of Jingle Bells: Gujarati 'Ting Ting Ghanti' and Bhojpuri 'Jingle Belwa' Have to Be a Part of Your Christmas Playlist.
It is not clear from where this video is taken but it is a nice Desi twist to the Jingle Bells rhyme. There have been several versions to this rhyme which have translated the lyrics to Bhojpuri, Gujarati, Punjabi and many other regional languages. But this is a new video which uses traditional musical instruments to recreate the tune. A girl clad in Nauvari saree is seen playing the tune on Saxophone, with some Dhol and Tasha music in the background. The video has been doing the rounds on WhatsApp, Facebook and Twitter, quickly going viral.
Watch Video of Puneri Version of Jingle Bells Song:
The video has been shared on Twitter and people are loving the twist. Check some of the tweets appreciating it.
This Happens Only in India
Jingle bells with Puneri Dhol Tasha
— Milind Pathak (@patindian) December 25, 2019
— Tiny Dancer (@pawartina) December 25, 2019
Love The Interpretation
'Jingle bells' with Puneri Dhol Tasha.
So lovely to see festivals celebrated by everyone in their own beautiful way !
— Anagha Nerurkar (@anagha_nerurkar) December 23, 2019
More and more people are sharing this video on social media platforms. It is indeed a nice way of marking the festival in own ways and making it special. Those who love watching the Dhol Tasha performances and enjoy the beats, will definitely like this video.