Must-listen songs for devotees during the historical event of Ram Mandir Inauguration

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New Delhi (18/01/2024): With the Ram temple set to be inaugurated on January 22, 2024, here is a list of some popular Ram Bhajans, classical, and traditional songs that can exemplify the spirit of celebration amongst the devotees

From the evergreen ‘Man tadpat Hari darshan ko aaj’ from Baiju Bawra (1952) to the soulful ‘Satyam Shivam Sundaram,’ Bollywood has been enriched with amazing songs that capture the true spirit of devotion and unity. As the Ram Temple is set to be inaugurated on January 22, let us take a look at some of the songs that will rejuvenate the moment. These melodies, released by Saregama and dedicated to Lord Ram, will enhance the overall spiritual mood, creating a rich experience for the devotees.

Hey Ram Hey Ram

With almost 10 Million views on YouTube, this ‘Ram Dhun,’ sung by one of the prominent ghazal singers of the country, Jagjit Singhji, provides a soothing experience. The singer himself renders the music to the lyrics penned by Sudarshan Faakir. Listed as one of the most popular tracks till date, it is available for streaming on Saregama Music’s YouTube channel.
Link: https://youtu.be/RFgomiaQLj0?si=BintTssd561XvXoc

Paluke Bangaramayena

No classical music lover wants to miss the opportunity to listen to the vocals of the legendary M. Balamuralikrishna. Whether it’s ‘Endaro Mahanubhavulu’ or ‘Marugelara,’ his voice captures the true essence of devotion and prayer. The Carnatic classical song ‘Paluke Bangaramayena,’ sung by Dr. M. Balamuralikrishna, is his rendition of the popular kirtan on Rama, originally composed by Bhakta Ramadasu. This song is available on Saregama’s Carnatic music channel on YouTube.
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MkwL226LKyc

Shri Ram Jaanki Baithe Hai

The song ‘Shri Ram Jaanki Baithe Hai’ from the album of the same name is sung by Ram Kumar Lakha. The lyrics, traditionally popular in India, highlight the mindset of a devotee who places Rama and Sita inside his/her heart. This song is featured on the Saregama Bhakti YouTube channel, which includes some of the most popular devotional songs, bhajans, aartis, and puja vidhi songs.
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_qPs3pgPI0

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