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Best Ganesh Chaturthi Songs Collection 2017


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Best Ganesh Chaturthi Songs Collection 2017

Best Ganesh Chaturthi Songs Collection 2017

Ganesh Chaturthi Songs Collection: Once again, it’s that time of the year when Hindus across the globe celebrate the arrival of their favourite God. Ganesh Chaturthi, first celebrated by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj on the fourth day of Magh marks the birth of Lord Ganesh and holds great significance to Hindu devotees since his arrival marks the end of evil and obstacles that may be holding the world back from its greater good. Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations in India are known not only for its immense spiritual significance but also for the lights and colours seen for 10 days straight, starting August 25. Let’s also not forget the beautifully painted idols of Lord Ganesh made for the grand visarjan and the soothing Bhajans and Songs of Lord Ganesh that are usually full of energy and very pleasing to the ears. Following are 5 best Ganesh Songs to listen and play in full volume on Ganesh Chaturthi to create an auspicious and uplifting mood in your vicinity:

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List of Best Ganesh Chaturthi Songs to Listen.

List of best Ganesh Chaturthi Songs to Listen

  1. Sukh Karta Dukh Karta:

One of the most popular Bhajans of Lord Ganesh, this song is quite pleasing to the ears and creates immense devotion in the hearts of listeners towards Lord Ganesh. This song is very calming and describes the love between Lord Ganesh and his devotees while boasting of the greatness of his parents Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvathi. This song is in Marathi but the meaning of the lyrics can be easily absorbed by all who are familiar with Hindi dialects.

  1. Gajanana:

This is one of the best Ganesh Songs from the Bollywood movie BajiraoMastani. Bollywood is full of Ganesh Songs and you will find tons of energetic and devotional songs in Hindi cinema that are great for playing during festivals and poojas. Gajanana is a fast-paced bhajan/song best suited for the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi.

  1. Ekadantaya Vakratundaya:

This intensely devotional bhajan of Lord Ganesh sung by Shankar Mahadevan is very popular for its soothing tune and powerful lyrics. The entire song is in Sanskrit but every syllable of this Bhajan creates a peaceful atmosphere wherever it is played. This song is a must on the auspicious occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi since it sings praises of India’s favourite God Mahaganapathi.

  1. Ganapati Bappa Mourya:

This is the ultimate Ganesh Song commonly played during the visarjan ceremony that hails the Lord Ganapathi while his idol is said farewell to during immersion. There are many variations of this song, especially in Bollywood movies. Popular Bollywood versions include Mourya Re from the movie Don.

  1. Deva Shree Ganesha:

Another Bollywood song, this one from the movie Agneepath is viewed as one of the best Bollywood Ganesh Songs to be played on Ganesh Chaturthi. The lyrics of this song are absolutely pumping with energy and creates a sense of passion among devotees. This song is played for all religious festivals and is an excellent choice for Ganesh Chaturthi.

Best Bollywood Ganesh Chaturthi Songs

Best Bollywood Ganesh Song

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Ganesh Chaturthi Songs are the most beautiful Hindu devotional songs because they aren’t only spiritual but are great for celebrating the festival while ensuring that devotees and listeners alike have a great time dancing, singing, and just enjoying life to the fullest. If you listen to any one of the above Ganesh Songs, you will instantly feel uplifted and you will feel like your fears and insecurities have dissipated for some time at least. This is why Ganesh Chaturthi is the most loved Indian festival. It is that one time in the lives of the millions of Indians living in India and elsewhere when they can come together in happiness and tranquillity and cast away their worries by immersing themselves in the devotion of Lord Ganapathi.

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