Rhythms

Today, June 21st is World Music Day. Music plays an important role in everyone's life. Well, who on earth would hate music?Most of us sing as a hobby; mostly commonly called Bathroom singers and some are professionals who have learnt for instruments/singing for years together with dedication and determination. I bow down to all those great singers.

When we wake up early morning listen to Suprabhatam. Homemakers listen to Radio City or the other Radio Stations during the peak hours. While travelling in the bus, most of us listen to songs: earplug in the ears is common or rather say cell phone serves more like a radio than a the purpose it was invented for :) In fact, we find most people with an mp3 player and some rich people with iPods ;-) The best music one has ever heard would be: Rhapsody of water, chirpping of birds :)


Some of my favourite songs to which I can listen without getting bugged:

Hindi
Yaara sili sili(Lekin)
Ae zindagi gale laga le(Sadma)
Ek ladki bheegi bhaagi si
Hume tumse pyar kitna

Kannada
Naguva nayana
Joteyali jothejotheyali
Mungaaru MaLe

Telugu
Nuvvu nuvvu
All songs of Shankarabharanam

Tamil
Chinna chinna aasai(Roja)

English
Nothing change my love for you.

Some sites where you can download songs:
http://bollyfm.net/
http://apniisp.com/
http://123musiq.com/ (for regional languages)

You can listen to them online, here:
http://dishant.com/
http://raaga.com/
http://indiavilas.com/

When I am alone, I read a novel listening to RD Burman's song sipping a hot cup of coffee. That envied you, I know!

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