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Colourful Music of Rajasthan | Best Rajasthani Folk Songs 2019 | Rajasthan Diwas Special Jukebox

Colourful Music of Rajasthan | Best Rajasthani Folk Songs 2019 | Rajasthan Diwas Special Jukebox



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Veena Music proudly brings to you the Best collection of #Rajasthani Folk Songs #Audio Jukebox from #Colourful Music of Rajasthan. Enjoy Listening these Top 11 songs back to back and bring out your love and respect in you for our great rajasthani culture on this super special occasion of #Rajasthan Diwas. Please dont forget to like/comment like/comment and share this audio jukebox with all your friends and families.

Song Name : Ghoomar
Album Name : Ghoomar
Singer : Seema Mishra
Music Director : Ramlal Mathur

Song Name : nath mahari deejo
Album Name : Harijas part-1
Singer : Chorus
Lyricist : Chandsakhi
Music Director : Ramlal Mathur

Song Name : Kesariyo Hazari
Album Name : Desert Melodies
Singer : Samudar Khan NULL

Song Name : Mhara Sanchoda Moti
Album Name : Mand – Saraswati Bai
Singer : Saraswati Devi
Lyricist : Modified Traditional
Music Director : Nirmal Mishra

Song Name : Mor Bole Re
Album Name : Panihari
Singer : Shilpi Mathur, Chorus
Music Director : Ramlal Mathur

Song Name : Kala E badaliya
Album Name : Rangrasiya
Singer : Abhishek, Shradhha
Lyricist : Sudhakar Sharma
Music Director : Ali Gani

Song Name : Banna Re Bagan Mein Jhula Dalya
Album Name : Kajrari Ankhyan
Singer : Pratibha Singh
Lyricist : Modified Traditional
Music Director : Sagar Sen

Song Name : Taran Ri Chundari
Album Name : Ghoomar-3
Singer : Seema Mishra
Music Director : Ramlal Mathur

Song Name : Hichki
Album Name : Melodies of Sand Dunes
Singer : Multan Khan, Chorus
Music Director : Multan Khan

Song Name : Aur Rang De
Album Name : Balam Chhoto So
Singer : Seema Mishra, Chorus
Music Director : Nirmal Mishra

Song Name : Chirkali – Me To Babul Re Baga Ri
Album Name : Vivah Geet_Vidaai
Singer : Supriya
Lyricist : Gajanand Verma
Music Director : Sagar Sen
Producer : K.C. Maloo
Label : Veena Music
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Kailash Khan – Dhaudha Dhora (Anahad Foundation – Folk Music Rajasthan)

Kailash Khan - Dhaudha Dhora (Anahad Foundation - Folk Music Rajasthan)



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Folk Music Rajasthan || Folk Music India

Folk Music Rajasthan || Folk Music India



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Folk Music Rajasthan || Folk Music India

Music of Rajasthan originates from Rajasthan, one of the states of India. A classic example of Rajasthani Folk music is ‘Dholi taaro’ song from Bollywood classic Hum Dili de Chuke Sanam. Wikipedia

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Sakur Khan – Jeejaldi (Anahad Foundation – Folk Music Rajasthan)

Sakur Khan - Jeejaldi (Anahad Foundation - Folk Music Rajasthan)



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Song brief: This song, renders beautifully, a Sufi poem in Sindhi Language by the famous poet Shah Latif, was a noted Sindhi Sufi scholar, mystic, saint, and poet, widely considered to be the greatest Muslim poet of the Sindhi language. The song is composed in Raag Malahar and is set to Kalwada Taal, which is a 5 beat cycle. This song tells the story of a girl, who has no wish to enjoy the materialistic world, and instead wants to follow the footsteps of a Swamiji, and wants to become an ascetic like him. This song beautifully blends the aroma of Hinduism and Islamic forms of worship.

(1) Jeejaldi moijho samidansa sang
Samidansa sang moyo wajnan tha mann.
Aayaldi moijho jogidansa sang
A girl tells her mother, I want to follow the footsteps of swamiji
I will walk with the swamiji wherever he goes, and she wants to become a jogi like him.

(2) Naang nodiyon hatthan mein
Kaan kini na kann
The girl describes swamiji as the one who carries a snake in his hand,
And one who has no material desires

(3) Khufar jholiyo kulhan mein
Wajnan wayu kann
The swami carries a satchel(jhola), in which he keeps a utensil
When he asks for food.
He keeps walking and roaming till eternity.
(Swamis, in India, generally carry a satchel, and are dressed in simple clothes, they are devoid of material desires and live on “bhiksha”, on people’s generosity)

(4) Suhino shah latif chave
Ravali dehiviyo rang
In the last concluding verse, Shah Latif leaves his signature as a composer, and says that if one gets the ‘rang’(color) of Allah, one does not need material possessions.

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