Pakistani and Indian wedding songs

new Indian songs

There are lots of similarities between two country wedding. In celebration they played songs and dancing on it, especially people refer old songs for their wedding events. The wedding is the union of the two couples and also the combination of two families. With respect of many events and a huge attention of the people at wedding than you can find lots of new songs in both languages for every single event. The people of the both countries celebrate a wedding with heart and everyone enjoys every event of marriage and make it memorable for their life.

Let’s discuss some songs of events of wedding one by one.

Blessing

“Mubarak ho tum ko ye shadi tumhari”

Rukhsati or vidai

“Babul jot um ne sikaya”

“Pi k ghar aaj pyari dulhania chali”

“ik larki anjani si”

“maye ne maye ne”

The phere

“tere hain barati”

“jsb tak pure na ho phere sath”

Mehndi

For this ceremony people often listens mehndi related songs such as

“Mehndi laga k rakhna”

“mehndi hai rachni wali”

“ayi mehndi ki ye rat”

Barat Arrival

“Tune leke”

“Le jayege le jayenge”

“bachna a hasino”

“Mere yar ki shadi hai”

Teasing and harassing

“dedi tera divar diwana”

“A mere zehra jabeen”

“Jute dedo paise lelo”

Arrival of bride

“Aye ho meri zindagi main”

“Ye haseen wadian”

“Mere hathon mai nou nou chodian”

Just the same, there have been many songs for other events some Pashto songs, folk songs and religious songs are played at wedding ceremonies and people also liked these songs very much. These are all songs makes wedding ceremony more joyful and delight.

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