The festival of Navaratri is less than a week away and people are gearing up to celebrate the festival with great fervour. The 9-day festival of Sharad Navratri will commence on October 10 and end on October 18. Devotees gather to celebrate the nine avatars of Hindu Goddess Durga and each day is denoted by nine different colours. People wear bright traditional clothes and gather to dance to peppy songs of Navratri. What better way to celebrate the festival of Navratri than to dancing on the tunes of the ‘Garba Queen’ Falguni Pathak. Navratri is celebrated in the form of garba and dandiya mostly in Maharashtra and Gujarat. We bring to you some foot-tapping popular songs of Falguni Pathak so that you can let loose this festival of Navaratri. Different Types of Garba, Dandiya & Step by Step Dance Tutorials (Watch Videos).
Falguni Pathak made her professional debut in 1998 and developed into an artist with a large fan base across India. She is a popular figure in Gujarati community where she is called to perform during the festival of Navratri. She is not only performed in India but also across the world. This year, Falguni Pathak will be performing in Dubai on October 19 and her concerts are known to sell to packed houses during dandiya season, as reported by Gulf News. Below we bring you some of the renowned singer’s most popular tracks to groove on this Navratri. From Durga Puja to Dussehra, Check How the 9-Day Sharad Navratri Festival is Celebrated in 9 Different Ways in the Country.
Popular Navaratri Songs by Falguni Pathak
1. Kesariyo Rang Tane Lagyo
2. Pari Hu Main
3. Sanedo Sanedo
4. Maine Payal Hain Chhankai
5. Meri Chunar Udd Udd Jaye
These songs never get old to listen or to dance to especially during Navratri. The festival is the perfect occasion for people to come together and celebrate the festival. Many devotees eat special food that is prepared during the festival and many Hindu devotees avoid eating non-vegetarian food during Navaratri. Gear up folks and start polishing your dance steps to enjoy the madness of the Dandiya and Garba season this Navaratri 2018.