Tollywood songs for your Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations
To enjoy the festival of Ganpati to the fullest, here are some amazing Tollywood songs for your Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations
The ten-day Ganesh Chaturthi holiday, which begins on the fourth day of the Hindu lunisolar calendar month Bhadrapada, will begin on September 10th this year. The festival, also known as Vinayaka Chaturti, commemorates Ganesh’s arrival on Earth from Kailash Parvat with his mother, Goddess Parvati.
Hosted a day before Ganesh Chaturthi, the Gowri festival is held in portions of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, and Tamil Nadu and is a prominent event. Goddess Gowri, Lord Shiva’s wife and mother of Lord Ganesha and Lord Subramanya is revered throughout India for her ability to give power, courage, and valour to her devotees.
To celebrate the festival with much joy and for the passengers traveling to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi, here are some of the best Ganesh Chaturthi songs:
Thiru Thiru Gananadha – 100% Love. The romantic movie starring Tamanna Bhatia and Naga Chaitanya has offered this beautiful melody. Sung by Harini the song is a delight for its listeners.
Jai Jai Ganesha – Jai Chiranjeeva. Chiranjeevi’s action-packed Jai Chiranjeeva’s, Jai Jai Ganesha has sung by S.P.Balasubramanyam. The song will surely re-energies you.
Vakratunda Mahakaya – Devullu. A soulful bhakti song has music by Vandemataram Srinivas. The film starring: Nitya, Master Nandan, Prithvi, Raasi, Prithvi, Allu Ramalingaiah, Radhabai, AVS, Srikanth, Laya, Rajendra Prasad, Suman, Ramya Krishnan is a must-watch for the occasion.
Laka Laka Lakumikara – Devdas This energising song from Nagarjuna Akkineni starring 2018 Devdas will sure make you festive for the season.
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Dandalayya Undralayya – Coolie No1- The colourful song from the 1991 K. Raghavendra Rao movie. A dancing Venkatesh along with his on-screen coworkers celebrating the occasion on the railway track. A 2014 rendition of One of the most loved prayers to Lord Ganesha, Vakratunda Mahakaya by singer and composer Shankar Mahadevan is one for the soul. The prayer translates to, We salute the Supreme Lord Ganesha of the curved trunk ( Vakratunda ), whose radiance is like a million suns, may He bless all our endeavours and remove obstacles from our path.