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Navratri Dandiya Songs 2018: Falguni Pathak’s hit dance track will add some traditional touch in your dandiya night celebration

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 11 October 2018, 13:16 IST

Navratri 2018 celebration has begun in the country from 10th October and the speciality about this nine-day festival is that people love to play Garba, dandiya during this holy time. As we all know that when it comes to garba and dandiya then, the first name of the state that comes to our mind is Gujarat.

If you want to learn how garba or dandiya should be played then you must learn from the Gujaratis who played it very well. As you also have seen the Sony Sab famous show Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah, in which Daya perform the dance with full of energy and also she loved the Garba dance madly.

Also, one can’t deny that Falguni Pathak name is also associated with the garba and dandiya. Even Falguni is also known as ‘Dandiya queen’.

During nine-day celebration of Navratri, all hit tracks of Falguni adds the amazing flavour to the garba or dandiya nights.

As her songs add some traditional touch to the event. As we know that dandiya programme consists of colourful dresses like lehnga-choli and dhoti kurta. People used to buy special dresses to play garba or dandiya.

However, dandiya dance is incomplete without the songs of Falguni Pathak. 90’s era child has grown up by listening to her songs. If you are also planning to play Garba this year then, we have brought a list for you on which you can play garba or dandiya with your partner, family or friends.

Have a look at foot-tapping hit songs of Falguni Pathak:

1. Pari Hu Main

2. Mithe Ras Se Bharyo Radha Rani Lage

3. Saawan Mein Morni

4. Maine Payal Hai Chhankai

5. Indhana Winva

6. O Piya

 

If you wanted to listen and download some Navratri bhakti songs then click on the link given below:

Navratri MP3 Songs 2018: Download these bhakti songs of Maa Durga from YouTube on this auspicious 9-days festival

First published: 11 October 2018, 13:03 IST
 
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