Singing songs about Krishna and Chaitanya are hymns. Chanting is accompanied by chanting, clapping, and dancing. The teaching of chanting is called chanting, and the group is called chanting. The Bhagavata Tungi in the village is used as a chanting akhada.
From the harvest of Shri Chaitanyadev, chanting is said to have prevailed in Odisha. During the procession of the Dol Dashahara, the procession of the gods and the procession of the gods are accompanied by clapping and chanting. During the Puri Rath Yatra, chanting is practiced from the harvest of Chaitanya Dev. He once preached that chanting the name of the deity in the Black Age was the only way to liberate man. Its famous name is- Herernam Herernam Herernamaib is just a black nastyob nastyob nastyob nastyob gatirnyatha. The place where the name is chanted is the most important pilgrimage and the place where the feet of the chanters fall is the holiest. The sound of kirtan removes sin, and the lower and upper seven men of the audience and the singers are saved. The scriptures say that in the age of truth, pilgrimage, sacrifice in the Tretya, charity in the doorway, and chanting of names in the age of Kali are the ages. Chanting is the most effective and liberating of all, donations, vows, penances, sacrifices.
Harekrishna Harekrishna Krishna Krishna Krishna Harehare
Hararam Hararam Ram Ram Harehare.
Krishna Keshab Krishna Keshab Krishna Keshab Pahimang
Ram Raghav Ram Raghav Ram Raghav Trahimang.
The clay used in the chanting is called the pit and the jhang is called the palm. This is called a chanting song. Eight to ten earthenware ten-fold jhanj and ramtali are used in this work. At the end of the hymn, the hollow and other utensils are worshiped by eating and offering new clothes. There are seven types of kirtan in our Odisha namely Odissi, Dakshini, Puri, Vishnu, Utkali, Ranighati and Radhen.