Holi : five drops of Color

No festival of India is such an important constituent of our traditional classical and folk music as Holi. This festival of colors, is one that adorns our lives with the synergy of celebrative air and music. This joyous festival is in tune with the gaiety of the spring season when this festival is held. The windswept, withering, winter scene is truly dabbed away with the vibrant colors of blossoming flowers heralding spring, a time for the earth to rejuvenate. The refreshing southern breeze successfully chases out the chilly northern wind, in the Hindu month of ‘Phalgun‘. The fervor, fun and frolic of the festival reflect the essence of harvest and hope.

Ajoy Chakrabarty – Aaj Phagua Mein Hori Machi Hai :  Download

Girija Devi & Shobha Gurtu – Bhijoyi Mori Chunari :  Download

Ghulam Mustafa Khan – Piya Sang Khelun Hori :  Download

Channulal Mishra – Barjori Karo Na Mose Hori Mein :  Download

Anita Sen – Nand Ke Lalan Ke Rang Darungi :  Download

.. more colors of Holi »

Enjoy!

indianraga

1 Comment

  1. February 24, 2010 at 3:17 am

    piya sand khelungi…raag basant me suna,Anitaji vko bhi suna aajkal holy kev din chalte hai bahut maza aayaa


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