(Spiritual Folk Literature of Kumaun , Garhwal and Himalayas )
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Hantya Jagar or Songs to please the dead soul of beloved (Gharbhoot) are also called Bhoot ka Kalera or Ranso
When the Jagari (the singer of Jagar or Vartakar ) narrates the narration in Jagar pattern the audience feel the pathos.
The following two Jagars are one of the best example of Pathos in Garhwali Folk literature and the emotions as Grief, Awe, Detachment, Remorse, fatigue, Depression, anxiety, delusion, Agitation, dejection, Epilepsy, Insanity, Disorder, Terror, Choking of voice, tears etc in wordings of jagar, while Pashva (who dances on behalf of dead soul ) and among the audience who come to listen Ghadela
यह जागर एक स्त्री आत्मा के निमित जागर है जो घरभूत पुजाई के वक्त घड़ेल़ा में जागरी सुनाता है इसे सुनकर व पश्वा के करुणा जनक नृत्य से दर्शक रोने लगते हैं