Enjoy famous Holi songs from different regions
Enjoy famous Holi songs from different regions
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Enjoy famous Holi songs from different regions
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Enjoy famous Holi songs from different regions

Holi is the festival of colours and it is incomplete without music. In India, different regions have their own traditions and culture to celebrate Holi. Different regions have their favourite Holi songs. The celebrations are just not complete without those songs. The songs just add to the fun during the festival. CitySpidey brings to you fun tunes from different states.

Jogira Sa Ra Ra

It is a Bhojpuri Holi song (Jogira Sa Ra Ra) which was released in 2003. The song was sung by  Sharavan Saj and Meenu Arora. The lyrics was given by Bhushan Dua. Bhojpuri music is a form of Hindustani classical music that includes Bhojpuri language performances in different styles. Bhojpuri music is mostly created in the Indian states like Bihar and Uttar Pradesh.

Radhe Nakhrali

“Hey Radha Nakhrari Sawer Mai Saini'' is a Rajasthani folk song based on the festival Holi. This song song portrays the love story of Krishna and Radha. The song was sung by Sawarmal Saini.

Aaj Holi Khelenge Ke Dekhai Khadi Chaubare Mein

It is a Haryanvi folk song based on the festival Holi. The song was sung by many singers such as Foji Karambir and Aarti Duggal. In this song, water balloons play an important part in this song. Balloons symbolise Holi as the festival of fun and colours.

Kanak Sunehri

It is a perfect song for a Holi party based in the Punjabi language and when we talk about the most popular song, the Punjabi song is  always on top. “Kanak Sunheri” is actually performed by the Punjabi singer Kadir Thind. This song is a good choice for your Holi party. In this video, you saw a boy who fell in love with the girls of his dream.

Dhuvan Taak

It is a Marathi folk song, sung by Ajay Gogavale. The music and lyrics were given by Ajay-Atul, featuring Riteish Deshmukh and Genelia  Deshmukh.

 

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