Holi is a very unique festival of India, which is celebrated in many other forms in other countries as well. This is one festival occasion when you are completely free to express your joy, love, togetherness, and oneness. Nobody is your enemy on the festival of Holi. Apart from the colours, the second-biggest and most memorable part of Holi is the super-cool, fun-loving songs from Hindi films.
In this post, we are highlighting only Hindi songs, yet we have an excellent collection of Holi songs in other Indian languages as well.
Ask anybody living in any part of our country, everyone loves Hindi songs for Holi, such is the timeless charm these songs have on our lives.
These songs are immensely powerful, that I can bet, you will start shaking your body with joy by just hearing a few songs or ‘Holi Ke Gane‘ like ‘Rang Barse’, Holi Ke Din Dil Mil Jate Hain‘, ‘Aaj Na Chhodenge Bas Humjoli Khelenge Hum Holi’, ‘Balam Pichkari’ and many more such songs.
This is very tough to answer, why we love Holi songs so much and remember our old days and beautiful pastime. For hundreds of centuries, Indians are celebrating the festival of colors, and every generation carries their own memories from this day.
In order to fill your life with colors, let us celebrate this festival with a relaxed mindset, full of josh, colors, family (including your parents and siblings), neighbors, friends, colleagues, and relatives. This will also rejuvenate this festival.
Ingredients for a Great Holi-Milan & celebration with a Bang!!!
- Colors, Pichkari
- Water (Yes, water!!! – don’t become part of the group, which is working hard to make our festivals irrelevant. Come on…..you are only using the water, as you use regularly, and pls do make habit of saving the water on remaining days of the year)
- Sweets & snacks for visitors
- Color every single person you meet on Holi, but respect others sentiments as well, who like to have a ‘Gulal Wali Holi’.
- Take blessings from elders & touch their feet
- Ek Jaadu Ki Jhappi to Banti hai.
And……Of course……Holi Songs with audio system
Please don’t use Chemical colors and discourage the unpleasant activities on this day.
Check, the list below and Upvote your favorite songs and see, how India voted!!!
If Rang Barse could be termed as the national Anthem of Holi Festival and this passionate performance by Shri Amitabh Bachchan has made him the undisputed lord of Holi. Recently he added another song in Holi dictionary - 'Hori Khele Raghuvira'.
Every single Holi party is incomplete without playing this song.
The undisputed Holi king in India in only one person, Amitabh Bachchan. He brings the electrifying charm to Holi. After 'Rang Barse', 'Hori Khele Raghuveera' is another popular Holi song of Amit Ji.
'Hori Khele Raghuveera' is actually a folk song in Uttar Pradesh. Amitabh Bachchan & Aadesh Shrivastava both have done a great job by making this folk Holi song popular. For more than two decades, it is clearly visible that Bollywood is not keen on giving due respect to Hindu traditional festivals. After so many years, it's a great come back by Bollywood by making this song.