It is Ganesh Chaturthi today on September 13, 2018. The 10-day festival marking the birth anniversary of Lord Ganesha on Vinayak Chaturthi followed by days of grand celebrations make Ganeshotsav. Now when we speak of celebrations and festivities, the first thing that comes to our mind is melodious devotionals songs and aartis played during the festival and Ganesh Chaturthi 2018 will see a wide range of songs played in honour of Ganpati Bappa. Apart from mainstream Bollywood songs and aartis, bhajans, shlokas and stuti, there are also Bhojpuri Ganpati songs. These tuneful aartis in one of the most popular Indian languages, Bhojpuri has several tracks dedicated to the Hindu God of Beginnings, Fortune, Wisdom and Good Luck. As we already know the new-found craze for Bhojpuri songs online, we present to you high-energy songs in the voices of regional singing sensations, Manoj Tiwari, Rinku Ojha and others. Ganesh Chaturthi HD Images & Wallpapers for Free Download Online: Beautiful GIF Greetings & Picture Messages of Ganpati Bappa to Wish on Ganeshotsav 2018!
Jay Ho Ganpati Ji
Sung by Mukesh Manmauji, "Jay Ho Ganpati Ji" is your typical Bhojpuri song - energetic and entertaining. It boasts of a colourful setting, chorus, background dancers and one lead singer. The song is singing in praises of Gauri Ganesh (Lord Ganesha is the son of Maa Gauri and Mahadeva). If you are a fan of remix Bhojpuri song clubbed with bhajan, you must add this to your playlist this Ganesh Chaturthi 2018.
Hey Ganesh Baba
We have popular actor-singer Manoj Tiwari singing this tuneful "Hey Ganesh Baba" song. Now unlike most Bhojpuri songs, this track will soothe your mind and soul. It is nothing loud or peppy but will help you connect to the Almighty. Its lyrics are - "Mangal Murti Morya, Jai Ganesh Gananath, Ganpati Bappa Morya Sunu Anath Ke Nath." This particular composition has gained much popularity for the calming effect it has on listeners.
Ganpati Deva Hauve
And we are back to spirited animated Bhojpuri song with Rinku Ojha's "Ganpati Deva Hauve". The first few-seconders witnesses all kinds of music including Punjabi style 'burrah'. A chorus of women kickstarts the song followed by Ojha who sings in praise of Ganesha. "Sab Kaaj Safal Hoi Jaave, Koi Bhign Baadha Nahi Aave" again reminds us Ganpati is the God whose blessings will fulfil all your wishes and he will remove all obstacles from your path.
Teri Jai Ho Ganesh
Singer Praveen Samrat also keeps his focus on Bal Ganesh, the son of Parvati and Shiva. This Bhojpuri Ganpati bhajan is another fine example of how fun the regional tracks are in providing a good mix of melodious and spirited tracks. The shrill in his voice is not your typical Ganpati song but that does not make it less appealing.
So these were some of the Bhojpuri Ganpati songs that set up our festive mood high. These bhajans and aartis leave the atmosphere electrifying. While Indian states of Maharashtra and Goa are known to celebrate Ganeshotsav primarily, but other states up North are not lagging in devotion. We wish everyone a very Happy Ganesh Chaturthi 2018.