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Chhath Puja Songs: Hindu Culture & Tradition

Chhath Puja Songs: Hindu Culture & Tradition

Chhath Puja is an important Hindu festival celebrated widely in Northern India, prominently in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh. Chhath Puja is also observed in other parts of the country such as Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Chandigarh, Gujarat, Delhi and Mumbai. This festival, also known as Surya Shashti, is dedicated to Sun God, Surya. Chhath Puja is celebrated to express gratitude towards Sun God for sustaining life on earth. Prayers are offered to please Sun God to promote prosperity, well being and progress. This festival is generally celebrated in the month of October or November. According to the Hindu Calendar, the date of the Chhath Puja falls on the sixth day of the Kartik month. Since Chhath Puja is notably celebrated in the northern region of the India where Bhojpuri is spoken, a number of Bhojpuri Chhath Puja songs are popular among the masses. These Chhath Puja songs truly display the spirits of festival. Here is a list of popular Chhath Puja Songs that you can listen to on this auspicious occasion. Get grooved into the festive spirit by playing these songs at the background while you are preparing for the festival!

Popular Chhath Puja Songs

  • Kaune Awagunawa Suraj Nahin
  • Chhath Poojal Jaay
  • Chhathi Maiya
  • Chaar Hee Chakka Ke
  • Jode Jode Supawa
  • Angana Mein Kosi
  • Bahangi Lachakat Jaay
  • Hey Chhathi Maiya
  • Aye Balam Jee
  • Gaay Ke Gobara Se Angana
  • Angna Mein Kosi Hum Bharwawni
  • Jug Jug Le Rahi Yahi Baat
  • Kaise Chhathi Mai Pujal Jaali
  • Chhathi Maiya Ke Dehal
  • Tuhi Babu Daurua Le Jayee Ha
  • Utha Suruj Bhaile Bihan
  • Kelawa Ke Paat Par
  • Bartin Ke Angna Mein
  • Jode Jode Nariyal
  • Hum To Mangani Piyar Sadiya
  • Binee Binee Genhua Dhoyike
  • Aadit Manaail Ho
  • Suna Chhathi Maai
  • Patna Ke Ghaat Par
  • Phalwa Se Bharal Daurawa
  • Roje Roje Ugelaa
  • Maarbo Re Sugwa Dhanush Se

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