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Everyone has feelings for the people they love
 It is normal to say the words.  But different
 Studies have shown that girls often have them
 Love hides the truth from people.
 They are even close to their lovers
 Most of the time they talk about their true feelings
 Hides.  Of course since this is a lie
 Not harmful so it is considered a 'white lie'
 Can be done.
 Girls want the man they love to be theirs
 The subject of choice without listening to their direction
 Observes.  Know yours
 Lover that you have 4
 Is lying-
 1.  I'm fine
 Your answer to ‘How are you?’
 If the lover says in a sharp voice,
 ‘I’m fine’ but he must understand
 Not good.  Girls might think that is their voice
 Hearing their lovers their feelings
 But can understand the words
 In fact, the boys remain in the whale.
 2.  I want to pay the bill-
 No restaurant is you and yours
 The lover went to eat.  When eating and drinking
 If you are ready to pay the bill, then yours
 The lover said I am paying the bill today.  Yours
 Don't be confused at all by hearing this from your lover.
 Every girl wants her boyfriend to fulfill this responsibility
 Let's do it.
 3.  You deserve someone better than me-
 You never get this out of your lover's mouth
 Don't want to hear the sentence.  “You are mine
 Deserves to have someone better than you ”
 Your girlfriend loves this with you
 Not interested in sustaining the relationship.
 4.  What do you mean by looking at other girls?
 Who are you with your lover
 Walking in the park.  By your side too
 When you go to a beautiful girl, you belong to that girl
 Looked at.  You made a big mistake!
 Your girlfriend might say that,
 That's something you look at other girls
 Don't think so but it's a complete lie.
Bearas are riding palanquins to the tune of the song along the village's metho path, four behara's are riding on palanquins, in the house of their daughter's husband.  The bride peeks out from inside the palanquin, this Zeno is a wonderful sight.  Tears are wet, but Zeno is a vibe of innovation.

 At one time it was unthinkable to get married without this palanquin, the palanquin is the only vehicle for the poor, rich or middle class.  The situation was the same in Rupganj as in the rest of the country.  In the vicissitudes of time, the palanquin, the bearer of the tradition of the ancient village of Bengal, is no longer visible.  The palanquin is now a witness of tomorrow in the museum.

 At one time palanquins were arranged in the hatbazars of rural Bengal.  Before the marriage was solemnized, the relatives of the groom would rush to the palanquins.  The palanquin was made of wood.  Four people used to carry palanquins.  The palanquin was carried on the shoulders by two people from front to back.

 At first the bridegroom was taken in a palanquin from his own house to the bride's house.  After the marriage was over, the bride and groom would be brought back to the groom's house together.  On the way, the people around were fascinated by the tunes of the palanquin singers.  People of all ages used to stumble upon the palanquins to watch those famous songs and dances

 The name Palaki originates from both Persian and Sanskrit Indo-Indian languages ​​as well as from French.  In the revolution of wheelbarrow, modern vehicles have taken the place of palanquins.