Renowned singer Bhim Limbu’s track titled ‘Minjima E’ has been publicly unveiled at an event organized by the Ministry of Culture, Tourism, and Civil Aviation, led by Minister Sudhan Kirati on Tuesday. The event, hosted by the Yakthung Youth Association, saw Minister Kirati emphasizing the significance of preserving and nurturing the arts, culture, and heritage within the Limbu community through initiatives like ‘Palam.’
Having actively contributed to the music industry for over a decade, Bhim Limbu made his first appearance with ‘Palam,’ aiming to shed light on the culture and identity of the Limbu community, especially amidst the challenges faced due to the decline in traditional practices. Artists have rallied around to protect this heritage. Recently, ‘Minjima E’ videos and audios have been available on YouTube, gaining attention.
Singer Bhim Limbu has brought ‘Minjima E,’ meaning ‘Beloved,’ to the public realm, with the melody composed by Nembang and lyrics penned by Surbana Nembang. The arrangement for ‘Minjima E’ was done by Ashok Loharung Rai, while Lokendra Sanwa Limbu directed the music video featuring various artists like Rekha Phago Limbu, Mun Naalbo Subba, Rukman Limbu, Vishal Senehang, Sailendra Naalbo, Krishna Senehang, Navin Senehang, Khushi Thulung, Bhim Limbu, Deepa Suhang, and Manu Nembang.
Captured by Yuvaraj Rai and edited by Anil Rana, the ‘Minjima E’ presentation has been made public through Bhim Limbu’s official YouTube channel.