Hindustan Times (Gurugram) - City - - ENTERTAINMENT -

Singer Tulsi Ku­mar, who has just re­leased a Garhwali folk song called Ta Chuma, feels that folk mu­sic takes peo­ple back to the roots of In­dian cul­ture.

The Paniyon Sa and Wa­jah Tum Ho singer has crooned the track along with Ju­bin Nau­tiyal, who hails from Dehradun, Ut­tarak­hand. It has been com­posed by Aditya Dev. Ta Chuma, orig­i­nally, is a pop­u­lar Garhwali song, com­posed and penned by prom­i­nent folk singer Naren­dra Singh Negi.

“I feel ex­tremely proud to be a part of this se­ries. Folk mu­sic takes us back to the roots of our cul­ture. With Ta Chuma, which is a Garhwali folk song, I feel that there will be a strong con­nect that peo­ple will feel, and they will get closer to folk mu­sic,” Tulsi said.

The new ver­sion is a part of a mu­sic se­ries called Elec­troFolk and it fea­tures in the sec­ond episode of this se­ries.

The singer adds, “I feel that this [se­ries] is a great plat­form to show­case folk mu­sic and bring it back to the cul­ture of In­dia.”

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