The BJP and the RJD both released versions of the song, and the Nitish government has been using it as an election slogan. The BJP’s version describes the song as a “song of development” and calls for the state’s progress to be viewed through the eyes of the people. The Congress has reacted to the song with its “ka-ba” song, which criticizes the policies of the NDA and the JD(U) government in Bihar.
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The song has proved to be a powerful tool for garnering voter support. The BJP’s version has focused on development and mentions investments in educational institutions and startups. The lyrics are not particularly controversial and are expected to become more popular with the increasing number of Muslims living in Bihar. The song has been a powerful tool in bringing awareness about Bihar to the public. This is a very important message for the state. However, many voters are wary of songs that criticize the state’s Muslims.
Many of the folk songs of Bihar have been immortalized and are associated with events of daily life. Some are religious in nature and depict events related to the freedom fighter Kunwar Singh. Others are more everyday in nature and refer to religious ceremonies. Some songs are about childbirth, weddings, paddy sowing, and other life events. The lyrics of the songs reflect the culture and religion of the people in the state. Regardless of their religious affiliation, Bihar’s folk music is sure to resonate with listeners.