Holi 2019 Special: From Dil Luteya to Lamberghini, these Punjabi songs will set your mood right for the rain dance party!
While Holi is all about colours and gujhiya, the festival is incomplete without the party with some foot tapping numbers. Check out best Punjabi songs to celebrate the festival of colors in full spirit.
- Holi is a celebration of the victory of good over evil
- Celebrated across the country with great enthusiasm
- The festival is incomplete without peppy tracks for parties
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While rang barse and balam pichkari are the evergreen songs, we bring you a list of 10 popular Punjabi tracks that will set your mood right for the Holi party and make it a memorable one!
2. Coka Coka
4. Ishare Tere
5. Daru Badnam Kardi
6. Patiala Peg
7. Kya Baat Ay
8. Sip Sip
9. 3 Peg
10. Gal Ban Gayi
Holi is a celebration of the victory of good over evil. The festival is colour is known by different names in different states of the country (like Phagwah, Rangwali Holi, Dhuleti, Phakuwa and many others) and each of these states follow a slightly different ritual to celebrate it. Holi is a festival that commemorates the combined celebration of two different festivals – Choti Holi (Holika Dahan) and Badi Holi (Rangwali Holi/Dulandi). People celebrate Choti Holi a day before Holi. This year India will be celebrating Choti Holi on March 20 and it is celebrated with a bonfire rejoicing in the triumph of good over evil.
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