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Mojaan Laen Do

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The Badshah of Pop “Daler Mehndi” once again created the blueprint for Bhangra pop doles out with bounty of enjoyment with his ‘Mojaan Laen Do’.

The album is a nine-track jewel from the Pasha of Pop Daler Mehndi and straight from his heart. He introduces a new genre of folk music ‘Rababi’ – a revival of a traditional form of singing with a mix of Sufi and Arabic rhythms.  Its combustible union of lyrics, melody and beat showcases his musical prowess as he manages to stay miles ahead continually pushing the limit of Indi pop acceptability. Continue reading

Bani Dasam Granth

landscapeThe Album is a compilation of 4 shabad’s, written by Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji and Bhai Gurdas Ji whose words are considered as the key to understand Sri Guru Granth Sahib. Each Shabad is composed keeping in mind the meaning of the words. Continue reading

The Lohri Song

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Daler Mehndi gifts his fans a new blockbuster Lohri Song – LOHRI 2014.

The Song celebrates the midwinter festival of the Indian subcontinent to mark the winter solstice day (being shortest day and longest night of the year) signifying the return of longer days. Continue reading

Aao Sangtey Japiye Ji Japiye

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Aao Sangatey is a song, ‘Geet’ for the Prabhat Pheri with words that are not inscribed in the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji. This song is not considered as Gurbani but more so like a Geet, a folk song (written in a North Indian Language-PUNJABI) that a common man (not versed with Gurbani) can follow. Traditionally, Prabhat Pheri’s started during the time of the Sixth Sikh Guru Sri Guru Har Gobind Singh Ji when He was taken captive in the Gwalior Fort. The Sikh followers in Amritsar would sing the hymns from the Adi Granth while walking through the city roads in the Prabhat (or early morning hours before sunrise). Continue reading

Ik Fakir Vadda Mastana

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The Album is a compilation of Vaars written by Bhai Gurdaas Ji, the first scribe of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji that emphasize the contribution of the first Guru of the Sikhs, Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji to humanity, about his journey’s and how one can achieve Godliness in his lifetime by following simple living, following the path of truth, humility, perseverance, patience and gratitude. The Album with the Shabads is composed by Daler Mehndi & written by Bhai Gurdaas Ji. Continue reading