The valicha is a Peruvian song whose abbreviation quechua comes from the Spanish name Valeriana .

It is the most traditional and popular of the Huaynos and is considered by the inhabitants of Cusco as the second hymn of the city.

The composition of this theme was created in honor of a very popular woman from Cusco.

Her music is festive and the lyrics speak about this woman, more beautiful from year to year and who was elected to be the Ñusta , the princess of the feast of the Sun or Inti Raymi .