Japanese singer, Aoi Sano has performed a Nepalese folk classic hit song “Resham Firiri” to memorialize the devastating earthquake of April 25, 2015 and in commemoration of all the lives lost and family affected by the earthquake.

Originally sung by Buddhi Pariyar, the song was first recorded at Radio Nepal. The song was sung by Dwarika Lal Joshi and Sunder Shrestha. Tirtha Bahadur Gandarba had also attributed in collecting and singing the song. As this is a folk song of Nepal, it is hard to say whether a single person composed or wrote it.

Usually, folk songs are composed and sung by the villagers. People sing folk songs while doing everyday work, while walking up and down the hill, in fetes and festivals and this way the songs remain rooted in the society. So, it will be difficult to say exactly where it started from and who actually composed it.

In this video, Japanese Singer Aoi Sano was sung “Resham Firiri” in original tune and she mashes up with some Japanese song. She has sung this song very sweetly and through her body gesture, it can be said that she has enjoyed the song.