Narayan Gopal: Yeuta Manchhe Ko Mayale Narayan Gopal was born to a Newar family in Kathmandu in 1996 Bikram Sambat (BS). His father was a classical musician and wanted his son to follow his footsteps. Narayan Gopal was interested in music from an early age but not exactly into classical field. He studied music in India. The late Gopal Yonjon and Narayan Gopal were good friends and "mits".(It's a nepali custom where good friends enter into a kind of a lasting friendship. This is generally seen as strengthening the friendship bond.) Narayan Gopal has sung many beautiful and soulful songs composed by Gopal Yonjon. Narayan Gopal married his long time fan from Darjeeling, Pemala Lama. They did not have any children. Below is a translation (in part) of one of his most famous songs, "Kehi mitho baata gara" (Say a few sweet words), used with permission of Suckypoetssociety: "come, let us dance in this dark- like fireflies float with the wind- like fibres of simal leave your sorrows for tomorrow for, "tomorrow" is to be suffered anyhow whisper sweet words to me— dusk fades away in vain later tonight, to solitude— we return, to weep again" He always wanted to have violin in his songs. The trust he left behind for teaching music to underprivelaged kids now teaches violon as well.