I was listening a song on YouTube, at the end of that song one another song played & I like that song, but unfortunately I am not able get what is that song & which language they are singing. Can you people please help me to tell that song name?

Song URL: https://youtu.be/LY_rMXXuJp8?t=6m17s

The song starts right at 6 minutes 17 seconds. Thank you

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The song is Nimoli by Dhruv Ghanekar, Ila Arun & Bobkat from Coke Studio India @ MTV

I was able to find it by transcribing and searching for the following lyrical snippet:

never understand why you choose [nimoli]
but I kinda like that it is only me
what is meant to be will always be
even after all if its only [nimoli]

"Nimoli" means the fruit of the neem tree (Azadirachta indica, also known as Indian lilac, a tree in the mahogany family). The song is based on a Rajsthani folk song. (As per Arvindraja in the comments --Rajsthani is a dialect of the Indian language Hindi).

  • Great! U answered my question. I want to know that how u searched it as I was trying it for months even than I couldn't. What do you mean by transcribing? Where you got that English lyrics – Arvindraja Sep 10 at 13:33
  • I just listened carefully and was able to understand a few lines of the English language rap when it started. I didn't get the name of the song right (I thought he was saying "limonee") but I was able to search the words around it as phrases. – Chris Sunami Sep 10 at 13:36
  • Nice. You are the best at browsing. Unfortunately I can't understand fast English. Nimoli means azadirachta indica fruits. This is Rajsthani language folk song. Rajsthani is one of sub-language of Hindi(Hindi is widely spoken by Indians). – Arvindraja Sep 10 at 13:49

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