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What music do you listen to, the lyrics of which you don't care much about and hence it's language becomes unimportant.

This type of music gets you in a certain temporary mindset where you are compelled to listen to it on the loop until you attain the nirvana an sheit wherein GOD comes in and tells you the truths of life.

An example for the context:

I listened to this on the loop while I saw GOD's Slice of Life avatar aka my second wife, bocchi approaching me at a park bench in some place in digha surrounded by litter but having an aesthetic an sheit of its own. She started crying about her life while I tried to hug her, tell her that everything is gonna be alright then I groped her tits and sexxed her.

After the whole ordeal, she enlightened me to some blackpill which made me start crying along with her as this played in the bg the entire time.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wVzQY80bmfU[embed]

7s+Yhv

>>10342(OP)

Schopenhauer said that the greatest music is instrumental music without lyrics. I disagree with him a bit but he's mostly true.

rrTQfe

>>10346

While I find lyrics to be the same repetitive garbage with no particular meaning other than helping rich snobby pajeets trying to larp as someone who understands thise meanings, the bocchi ai covers have changed the game and spoilt me.

I cannot go back to instrumentals after the fact that I can hear my wives sing to me some goyslop lyrics.

qv6zRt

>>10342(OP)

And you don't seem to understand

A shame you seemed an honest man

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o7fgFaXKVa0[embed]

DQImYO

>>10342(OP)

>This type of music gets you in a certain temporary mindset where you are compelled to listen to it on the loop until you attain the nirvana an sheit wherein GOD comes in and tells you the truths of life.

OG Ravi shankar

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n91Vhdrrkss[embed]

lasya by Anoushka shankar

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLAXfkK-DPg[embed]

BOGjDL

>>10472

My wife outsourced it for me

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWESXcdkkuU[embed]

>>10476

>Anoushka shankar

For some reason I really wanted to rape her when I was young

BOGjDL

>>10472

But yeah this is one of the songs I was talking about. Arigatou

rMoEnr

Forgor this OG by one of my wives

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-cPCtt0wiAI[embed]

Another banger by my loli waife

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZyAUw5r5CE[embed]

Kaanha - Anand Bhaskar Collective

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6gldEl2NWTQ[embed]

The translation of the lyrics:

https://sonichits.com/video/Anand_Bhaskar_Collective/Kaanha

A song from the perspective of Radha and her leela with Krishna. I always try to put myself in her shoes to try and understand the near unfathomable depth of her love and devotion to Krishna. It's sweet and spicy and sour and bitter and every other rasa mixed as well, which uplifts my state of mind with ease.

Also helps that my imagination anime-fies it, so the hyperreal expressiveness of the anime face makes it easier to map complex emotional states onto visualizations.

PS There is a counterpart to this song from the perspective of Krishna, called Radhe, and it is equally wonderful.

rMoEnr

>>10882

Thanks, this sounds good and the reason I can't understand sudh hindi an sheit makes it only better

>>10886

Yes, it would have destroyed the immersion if there was shitty bolly Urdu in it.

mVaj9e

>>10893

Based anon

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuU5wPMvuD0[embed]

3cXaJE

>>11077

Damn anon take an upvote. This was good seriously

7lOPt5

My wife can sing, volume 1

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SjFJZyrUMXk[embed]

WInPWc

>>10882

Nice band yaara amazing

DT7FKT

>>10882

Kino music

>>10886

> Shuddh Hindi

It's not even hard bruh. It's basically stuff unless you're some Urdu-ized mulla

I1ILsn

>>11634

>Language kanging

It's hard for those with no hinti as mother tongue but understands hinti thoda thoda from Bollywood. Blame bollywood all you want, if it weren't for it, majority of the population wouldn't understand hinthi.

It's something that doesn't make sense to me. We learnt bengali and english in school and since everyone around us spoke bengali, we caught up. However what doesn't make any sense is how did so many of us, at a time when no one around us spoke hindi, pick up hindi as a child by watching TV. Maybe hinthi is closer to bengali and we just picked up similar words and tried to make sense of it all by making stuff up in our mind I guess.

I1ILsn

>>11956

Maybe learning a language in school was a mistake after all since most of it could have been picked up with intuition an sheit

DT7FKT

>>11956

Acha tu bhangali h mereko nahi pata tha. I thought you're a Hindiguy who doesn't even know his own language due to bullawood.

iVtPWg

Here's some weebshit.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3cXxqgbx9Y[embed]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIlZCmETvsY[embed]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYDv9li6ZVc[embed]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dy90tA3TT1c[embed]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MmjvY1RTF6g[embed]

Need to make a playlist of songs but too tired or busy.

DT7FKT

>>10882

I can't stop listening to it. Helps that I recently finished reading a kino novel in Hindi (which has love but doesn't have sex). Guys while I haven't loved ever I don't think that what jeetas feel for chads can be called love. I dont think that true love (whatever) that means is means for only sex. It must be something deeper. Something that is exemplified by Radha and Krishna (who couldn't marry each other). My heart feels such deep and weird sensation whenever I hear this song. I even if I'm an incel, relate for a bit to not only Radha-Krishna, or Apurva-Bharti, but every pre-liberalization love that has ever existed.

I am going mad guys. I cannot accept randirakshaks who say that today's "muhh love muhh hookups" is what is referred in literature. But my cynical incel mind says that love is just lust with extra steps.

I am thinking a lot about this after finishing a book. And whenever I listen to the line "Prem kare jab Radha, jag pad jaaye aadhar" I feel totally surrender and feel like crying. THIS is what it might be. For an incel like me it's perhaps the only wayto ever feel love.

This is the exact feeling, which inspired poetry. And I mourn its death with today's jeetas.

XLkUWD

>>10882

Fuck it yaar, even I can't stop listening to it.

been streaming it constantly since you shared it

Feel like have listened to some actual music in a long time

please share more such bands

0roDJ/

>>12613

which literature? Don't keep us hanging

DT7FKT

>>12660

Sharat Chandra Chattopadhay's Path ke Daavedar. He's a big bluepiller as well (basically every feminist in that era).

The first half of the novel is kino. The second half not so much, but it's enough to show the glimpses and qualia of love to an incel like me. It's about love between a scaredy wimpy vegetarian Bengali Brahmin and a Bengali Christian in Burma, while they both get involved in an Indian revolutionary organization led by some mysterious ubermench named Savyasachi.

If you manage to read through all of it, nevermind how dull the 2nd half feels at times, you'll slowly understand the frustrations, the emotions that a couple in "muhh true love" in early 20th century would feel.

There's a reason why literature on death and love have always been written. Even in our pajeetland people spend all their lives high on the legends of Radha-Krishna.

I cannot describe the novel properly sorry if seems schizorant. But once I finished it I understood why people kill themselves due to love and my mind (for a couple days atleast) got rid of the concepts of chad chameli Stacy stuff. I'm in awe and total surrender.

Reading Gunaahon ka Devta now. It's fine yet.

764wsE

>>12587

good taste rakulchad

764wsE

>>12706

anon, when do you get the time to read fiction? I used to read a lot as a kid but now I can't.

DT7FKT

>>12714

I have my deadlines (extremely important ones) but I'm reading like a fag. It's just a way of procrastinating.

fHMF4z

>>10472

I AM FALLING

I AM FADING

I AM DROWNING

HELP ME TO BREATHE

I AM HURTING

I HAVE LOST IT ALL

I AM LOSING

HELP ME TO BREATHE

T/lQWn

>>13127

my heart broke when this song was tiktokified

vZKOxQ

Gunaahon ka devta was recommended by me

I left it halfway. Couldn't complete it. Felt too unreal, like a soap opera

B3Mk7W

>>13468

It is the second half that is loved by people. You should go with the flow, just understand the feels in whatever way you can. Idk why its a turnoff that its unrealistic, uss zamaane mein ladkiyan ho sakta hai thodi waisi hi chanchal type ho? Idk but it feels unfair to burden the novel with a responsibility to be realistic.

BiXTuW

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yGmKYi46wB0[embed]

EcuStR

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wbs6pPJgBnA[embed]

764wsE

>>15810

huh! This was actually good even tho I don't understand chutney. If I did, the lyrics might have triggered my seishun complex. Thanks

6AnlZS

My wife and me might just make it out with this one

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8aV91hDr0mI[embed]

syy2iV

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ieGljdPBIDA[embed]

G163xo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSYuB5lAVYE?si=GbdvPmIvYClRgy8Z[embed]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mqps4anhz0Q?si=uM2Z6ymN8bp5W8gM[embed]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWTe3C_RoDo?si=RqL4kIPriX7MJymd[embed]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WvweJ1lLcZc?si=5vF2Q2_QVLg3a8_N[embed]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zycqjvKFiHU?si=9MUg_rNx9zphc9fw[embed]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YApdO4BDEtw?si=KBjZBBxUAvdMf1EC[embed]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qwL9aqOBpHI?si=r7tJverSBZ2Jl9-n[embed]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TbFSpvlaugc?si=8MXiz2A-49Akfnn2[embed]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cHcD1LcmxfA?si=nGHzmsIlwKVycVNS[embed]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HwGuM02ajVE?si=9ZcXGpDuEzaDmNP7[embed]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Htq2EUgcrKE?si=dZDCcNIa_mKYQCMW[embed]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXkIQcqflfs?si=_0pXX2uUxJ3R2OFF[embed]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9ngEjf-Pro?si=zzU0ur4xpaYRN9Cc[embed]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vH062MG5nM?si=izCihMXsT-79CltK[embed]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6GIH5VIQbo?si=JiUkyH9fFSKy19KL[embed]

Xz+4c8

>>16895

> Plain YouTube link

Oh fuck off

vlSaJA

>>12706

>thread specifically about not giving attention to lyrics

>writes a wall of text on how the lyrics moved him

Nomeme. But why are bhangalis like this?

d410vT

>>19416

Pyaare I'm not a Bhangali.

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