Navratri Special – From 'Gujarat' to 'West Bengal': Nine Days Celebration In India
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Navratri 2016 will be celebrated from October 1 and this festival involves a lot of songs and dance. People around the nation celebrate the nine-day festival by engaging into garba, dandiya and other traditional dance forms.

Navratri is one of the brightest and loud festivals in India as it is marked by people dancing on popular dandiya and garba songs. Bollywood has till date come up with a host of such Hindi songs that will perfectly fit the playlist for the coming nine days.

While some of the songs are old, but all-time hits. There are a number of new Navratri-oriented songs as well that will add more colour to the festival. Most of the songs are available on YouTube and people can also choose to download the songs for free.

Here is a compilation of some of the best Navratri songs (old and new) to celebrate the occasion.

Prem Leela: From the movie Prem Ratan Dhan Payo, this is one of the recent songs that suits the vibe of the festival. It is a fun-filled track on which you can shake your legs.

Dholi Taro Dhol Baaje: Another Salman Khan track from the film Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam. Featuring Aishwarya Rai Bachchan along with the superstar, this is one perfect song to play dandiya on.

Nagada Sang Dhol: Featuring Deepika Padukone, this song is from the film Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela. 

Nimbooda: This is another much popular track from Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam that will set off the celebratory mood.

Disco Dandiya: It is an old song, but is just prefect for a dandiya show.

Radha Kaise Na Jaale: From the movie Lagaan, it is a comparatively slow song, but has beats that go well with a dandiya session.

O Re Gori: Featurning Hrithik Roshan and Ameesha Patel, this is another Navratri special song.

Sabse Bada Tera Naam: This is an old track, but is probably the most apt song for the festival that symbolises different forms of Goddess Durga.

Shubaarambh: A beautiful track from Kai Po Che, this song will force you to take up the sticks and exhibit some of your dandiya skills.

Pari Hoon Main: Sung by Sophie Choudry, this is a nice melodious number which can also fit your playlist this festive season.

Saawan Mein: It is a popular song by Falguni Pathak and its music goes well with the mood of Navratri.

Hai Re Hai Tera Ghunghta: From the 1970s, this song is much popular on this festival for its peppy music and lyrics.