17th October 2020

5 Durga Puja Tracks You Cannot Miss

1.     Chalo bulava aaya hai mata na bulaya hai(Avtaar):  It is  widely believed that  Avtaar  which  was one of Rajesh Khanna’s  last hits became  a  craze  largely due  to this MaataBhajan sung in full-throated  glory by Narendra Chanchal and accompanied  by Mahendra   Kapoor and Asha Bhosle. Audiences flocked repeatedly to this film to see Rajesh Khanna  and Shabana Azmi trekking to  the Vaishno Devi temple.

2.     Tuney mujhe bulaya  sherawaliye(Aasha):  Narendra Chanchal  and  composer Laxmikant-Pyarelal reunited for this  number after Avtaar. And when Aasha too became  a  superhit it  was widely believed  that a song  in praise of Durga Maa ensured a  hit.This tume Chanchal , the  Mata special, was  joined by   the great Mohammad  Rafi.Two  powerful voices  united to  sing in praise  of  Durga Maa. Jai ho!

3.     O Mata bhawaani  sakal jag ki rani(Jay Vijay): Usually Maata bhajans are loud boisterous  vigorous  and  rabble-rousing. This one  composed  by Rajesh Roshan and sung  gloriously  by Lata Mangeshkar is soft gentle and undulating .It’s a different experience. Try it for tranquility.

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4.     Jai ambe  jagdambe maa(Krantiveer):  Praful Dave, Sapna Awasthi, Sudesh Bhosle get together to belt out  an exuberant Navratri song. The  Laxmikant-Pyarelal composition doesn’t aim to  do anything out of the  box. It is a conventional  ditty  targeted at  dandiyadevotees. That’s the way they like it.

5.     Jai ambe jagdambe maa(Heera):Feel the force of  Lata Mangeshkar’s divine  voice as she sings this  incredibly zigzagged number  in  praise of  Durga Maa. Actress AshaParekh who danced to the song in the  film says she has seldom  had more  problem  following  the  rhythms of a  song.Mysterious are the ways  of  the Gods.

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