“Mehndi laga rakhna, doli saja ke rakhna… Lene tujhe o gori, aayenge tere sajna.”
How often have you listened to this song when a baraat passes by and you see the crazy baraatis dancing? When you see a baraat, you must have envisioned that when your baraat is decked out in the future, you will play some of your favourite baraat songs and have your family and friends dance to them without being shy.
Being a baraati & dancing to Baraat songs is among the most enjoyable aspects of a best wedding band There’s so much talk about the flawless bridal entrance, and so much is said and written about it, that we think it’s time to pay closer attention to the dapper groom’s entry. Everyone looks forward to the dancing and receiving of the Barat – the groom, the bride, the parents, the close buddies, and everyone else; there’s excitement and an infectiously fun vibe!
After all, it’s your wedding, so you can walk in smiling or dance to the reception. But, if you wish to know what we believe, baraat and Baraat songs are unquestionable highlights that you’ll remember, laugh about, and treasure for many years.
What are the most recent, insane, and best baraat songs in 2022 you have put on your list? We believe you have already started thinking of that one song to begin your baraat entry where everyone’s legs would inevitably shake to the wedding songs, but what about the rest? Let us provide you with a list of the best Indian baraat songs; you won’t have to go up and down the stairs thinking about which ones to choose.
- Tenu Leke Main Jawanga (Salaam – E -Ishq)
- Mehendi Laga Ke Rakhna (DDLJ)
- Dil Chori (Sonu ke tittu ki Sweety)
- Kajrare (Bunty Aur Babli)
- Sauda Khara Khara (Good Newwz)
- Ankhiyo Se Goli Maare (Pati Patni aur Woh)
- Gallan Goodiyan (Dil Dhadakne Do)
- Badri Ki Dulhaniya (Title Song)
- Swag Se Swagat (Tiger Zinda hai)
- Kaala Chashma (Bar Bar Dekho)
Although most people believe that baraat songs and dancing are everything about a baraat, it is far more than that. Many ceremonies follow the reception of the baraat, which varies according to culture and community. Some people believe that the bride’s mother performs a simple puja & tikka for the groom. In all other cultures, the men of the bride’s family, known as the Milni, welcome the men of the groom’s family. In some communities, the bride’s sisters block the groom’s entrance, except they get a handsome bribe.
We understand why they say being a groom is nothing but stress! While we are confident that you can handle everything else, we can help lighten the load by ensuring that you don’t need to be concerned about your entrance.
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