Indian wedding and songs

Indian songs 2015

The wedding is not just the combination of two lives but also combines two families and two communities because of this it makes very shiny and colorful event. In all over the world the wedding ceremony is the sign of happiness and joyful.

The most oldest and pleasant music is Shenai, which wooden wind instrument will be sung for prosperity and good wishes for new wed couple. Some Indian traditional instrument and music are used for good luck.  In India wedding is incomplete without music and dance. Sangeet is an important ceremony in wedding in which females and children are together in the evening and food served to all, after that the group of singers sings some traditional Indian songs or Indian movie songs and bride friends dancing to these songs.

Some most popular Bollywood songs played at nearly every Indian wedding and remains their uniqueness at all time are Mehdi Laga Ke Rakhna Doli Saja Ke Rakhna,  Le Jayange Le Jayange Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayange, Maujaan Hi Maujaan, Mujhse Shaadi Karogi, Mubarak ho tum ko ye Shadi tumhari. During a whole the ceremony of wedding Bollywood songs played loudly on DVD.

Some popular Punjabi songs are Soni De Nakhre Sone Lagde and Ma Da Ladla Bigad Gaya. Some Punjabi Bhangra based songs are now popular throughout India due to his rhythm and tunes.

Both bride and her family are teasing about separation. Some Indian sad songs you will hear at a wedding at the occasion when bride departure to his new home and that time the atmosphere is sad. The mostly sad song you hear on this occasion is “Dulhe Ka sehra Suhana Lagta Hai”.

In Pakistan the Pashto songs have huge demand at weddings.

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