Devotional Songs to Celebrate Dussehra
Dussehra, the 10th day of Navratri, holds diverse enthusiasm and spirit for different beliefs across India. For some, it’s Dussehra, when Maa Durga comes back to her maika with her children, much like the tradition of women coming back to her maternal home after marriage. It is the victory of good over evil for some when the Goddess defeats the demon Ravana’s and reestablished dharma. And in some regional groups, it marks the end of the long battle between Lord Ram and the Sri Lankan demon king Ravana. To conquer Ravana’s power, Lord Ram worshipped Goddess Durga. Finally, after a long battle, he could defeat the brahman king and bring Lady Sita back to Ayodhya.
Years later, on the same day when Arjun decimated the whole kuru clan, including the great warrior prince, Bhishma, Drona, Karna, Jarasandh alone, in the battle of Kuruksheworld’s in the world’s greatest epic Mahabharat. People in the western part of the country even celebrate all the nine avatars of Durga’s and, in the culmination, severe their evil deeds and negativity and immerse it or let go of it with Mother.
Hence, what better way is there to cherish Ma Durga’s courage, beauty and the divinity she invokes within us than by singing her greatest odes of all time with our best Bhajan Karaoke Tracks.
- Sitaram – sung by Avinash Karn, Rashmi Yogini, is a musical track with soulful music, mediating you and echoing joy around you.
- Tera Ramji Karenge – in the voice of Hari Om Sharan, it is the melancholy ode to Lord Ram and how he won over the evil on foreign land, all in the name of love.
- Tere Mann Mein Ram – by the Bhajan King Anup Jalota, this rendition marks the highest epiphany. It brings all the euphoria of Dussehra in one go.
- Ramayan Doha (Tulsidas Bhajan) – in the voice of great Suresh Wadekar and Seema Mishra, this song is a crowd favourite and for all the right reasons. This song rules every bhajan karaoke track; from the intense lyrics to a sombre rhythm, it hits different because of its aesthetic yet delicate music.
- Hey Ram Hey Ram – sung by the late Jagjit Singh, this song is a classic. The mellow yet straightforward voice of Jagjit Ji makes the song a personal favourite for each bhajan karaoke night.
- Jis Bhajan Mein Ram – in the voice of Tripti Sakya, this song is a beautiful encapsulation of every devotee’s love for the Ayodhya King, the one who built Ram Rajya, the nearest utopia of contemporary social living.
- Mangal Bhawan Amangal – when you hear this in the voice of Kumar Raj Gandharva, it is impossible to not tune into it again. This bhajan that rules every Ramayan Chaupai is a must to have in your karaoke playlist.
So now what are you waiting for? We have got the best bhajan karaoke list compiled for all your Dussehra karaoke needs. So go on, sing it along with your friends, family get-togethers or thrive with the melancholy solo. With this playlist by your side, you can rock the Dussehra karaoke night.