Gujarati Songs in Real Audio

Assorted Songs

Neel Gagan Na Pankheru Ramesh Gupta

Oonchi Talavadi Ni Kor Avinash Vyas

Paan Lilu Joyu Ne Tame Harindra Dave: Purshottam Upadhyay

Tane Jhata Joi Panghatni Avinash Vyas

 Kon Halave Limbdi Kalyanji Anandji (film: Sonbai ni Chundadi)

Bhabhi Tame Thoda Thoda Avinash Vyas (film: Gunsundari)

 

Bhajan (Prayers)

Akhil Brahmaandmaan Ek Tu Sri Hari

Bholi Re Bharvaadan Harine Vechava

Jalkamal Chhandi Ja Ne Bala

Naaraayananum Naam je Leta Vare Tene

Shloka: Ishaavaasya Eedam Sarvam

Vaishnava Jana To Ea Ne Re Kahiye

The Sensation Of Garba - Raas

  Duha-Raas

  Aaj Varse Chhe

  Khamma Mara Nandji

  Khodiyar RamvaAao

 Savaman Sonu

  Sona Vatakadi Re

Gujarati Gazals

 Kajal Bharyan Nayan Na Bakrat Virani `Befam'

Nayan Ne Bandh Rakhi Ne Bakrat Virani `Befam'

  Paagal Chhe Zamano Shunya Palanpuri

  Shant Zarukhe Saif Palanpuri

 Tamaran Ahin Aaj Gani Dahiwala

 The Glory Of Lagna Geet

  Ganesh Paat Besadiye
In Gujarati tradition any auspicious ceremony begins with the offering prayers to Lord Ganesha, as it is believed that he removes obstacles if any.

  Manglashtak
Manglashtak is sung by the bride's mother to wish good fortune and happpiness to the newly weds!

  Lado Ladi Jame Re
The bride and the groom make each other have 'Kansar' , a sweet.

  Dhol Dhamakyan Ne
The bride places her right hand on the groom's right palm which symbolises the meeting of two souls in the marraige. In Gujarati it is called "Hastamelap" .

 Pahelun Te Mangal
The bride and the groom oath by the holy fire and solemnise their marriage.

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  Dhire Re Chhedo
The bride's family with a heavy heart bids farewell to their daughter.