The Lohri Song Asi Tan Jithe Jaiye by Daler Mehndi

Watch The Lohri Song Asi Tan Jithe Jaiye by Daler Mehndi

The Lohri Song


Song : The Lohri Song – Asi Tan Jithe Jaiye
ISRC Code : IND130800053

Shot Code : ASTJ to 54646 to make this Lohri Song as your Caller Tune.
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Write Up :

Daler Mehndi gifts his fans a new blockbuster Lohri Song – LOHRI.
The Song celebrates the midwinter festival of the Indian subcontinent to mark the winter solstice day (being shortest day and longest night of the year) signifying the return of longer days.
In the evening, with the setting of the sun, huge bonfires are lit in the harvested fields and in the front yards of houses and people gather around the rising flames, circle around (parikrama) the bonfire and throw puffed rice, popcorn and other munchies into the fire, shouting “Aadar aye dilather jaye” (May honor come and poverty vanish!), and enjoy this festival by singing and dancing around the bonfire.
Daler Mehndi re-invents the “Baari Barsi” (12 year sojourn of a beloved who on his return is being questioned as to what made him stay away for so long). The song is full of attitude & a clubhouse mix. The words are penned by the Maverick Mehndi & composed with his USP which enshows a dancer and a non dancer to groove alike. The words are funky clearly showcasing a brave heart, a Punjabi chakde spirit.
So get ready to light the bonfire and dance to Daler Mehndi’s new gift – The LOHRI SONG.
Releasing tonight with a mass up video on YouTube, face book, twitter, sound cloud, Reverb nation, iTunes, Nokia.

Tap your feet to yet another smashing hit from Daler Mehndi – The Lohri.

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Lyrics :
The Lohri Song – Asi Tan Jithe Jaiye

Asi Tah Jithe Jaiye
Othe shagan manaiye
Sunder Mundariye HO !

Baari Barsi Khattan Gya Si
Khatt Ke Leandi Roree
Veera Sada Ghodi Chareya
Asin Ta Laeni Lohri
Sundar Mundriye HO !

Baari Barsi Khattan Gya Si
Khatt Ke Leandi Jutti
Main Te Pa Du Khutti
Sundar Mundariye Ho!

Baari Barsi Khattan Gya Si
Khatt Ke Leandey Buddhu
Asi Te Har Dum Josh Ch Rahiye
Daaru Peendey Jhuddu
Sundar Mundariye Ho!

Baari Barsi Khattan Gya Si
Khata Ke Leandi Neoli
Jehra Saanu Ghoor Ke Dekhe
Ohnu Maar Du Goli

Baari Barsi Khattan Gya Si
Khat Ke Leandi Phulli
Yaaran Na Ajj Nachna GaoNa
Thaan kar Deo Khulli
Sundar Mundariye Ho!
Song : The Lohri Song
Album : Asi Tan Jithe Jaiye
Artist : Daler Mehndi
Lyrics : Daler Mehndi
Arranger : Hemant Sharma
Video : DRecords International Pvt. Ltd.
Record Label : DRecords International Pvt. Ltd

Aaja Mere Twitter Te

Aaja Mere Twitter Te Landscape

The world’s first social media song, wherein one is invited to join the twitter handle & Facebook page by the Indian Pop Icon , Daler Mehndi uses the western groove with modern levels and then brings in his celebrated USP the dalermehndi groove which is full of the raw bhangra swing and upbeat tempo. The artist is famous for creating hook lines and songs that creates history.

Nirali Shaan Waley

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Zaqir Nizami, one half of the famed Nizami brother’s duo have dedicated their lives in helping people connect to Khwaja – The True king. They have been following the tradition of Dargah Singing, where Qawwali’s are sung as have been sung over the years. Simple and pleading words form the content of this album with easy sing along verses.

The album is a live recording by Zaqir Nizami as an offering of gratitude.

Mera Dil Khwaja Bole,  Nirali Shaan Waley, Khwaja Khwaja Bol Dewani are prayers both praising and pleading the higher souls to help the yearning mortals remember Supreme Being, help them to establish their love for the Supreme.

A traditional Qawwali Album as sung at the Dargah’s.




Stop The Fight

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Daler Mehndi Latest Release “Stop The Fight” released on this #WorldMusicDay.

Daler Mehndi has come out with a new track titled “Stop the Fight-lakhon hue fanaah” especially for his fans on World Music Day. He created the song in one night and didn?t even write its lyrics prior to recording it.

“Stop the fight-lakhon hue fanaah” lyrics is the musician’s own brain child.

The song was made Friday night. His engineer was busy mastering Gurbani tracks when the “Tunak tunak tun” hitmaker dropped into the studio here and thought about creating the track.

He authored and dubbed the song in one go. He kept singing the words straight from his heart, coming together as a song, said a statement.

Available online, the new track urges people to cherish the planet, save it and to stop fighting amongst themselves. (Bollywood Country Report)

Join hands with him to “Stop The Fight” and bring in peace and harmony between people through the language of music.

Jaan Qurban


JAAN QURBAN by Mika Singh

DRecords to launch another hit by Mika Singh with his pop album “Jaan Qurban” releasing worldwide

Amrik Singh, known by his stage name Mika Singh was born at DurgapurWest Bengal and trained in music by his elder brother, the King of Pop “Daler Mehndi”.

Mika Singh was positioned as the ‘Bad Boy’, the out of control Punjabi boy in the music industry with his super successful album “Gabru”, produced by Daler Mehndi and released under DRecords.

Another collection of girlfriend pleasers, blending low-tempo ballads and catchier tracks like the title song, the lad cranks up enough energy to whip up a pop squall, if not quite the tempest his nickname Out of Control Punjabi Boy would suggest. It oozes good taste and rigorous professionalism. Surely, Mika may not tout the hippest sound in town, but for sheer ground-breaking quality and off-the-wall ideas in mixing international sounds like hip-hop, reggae, rap, house and bhangra, it’s got to be one of the freshest Indian albums for a very long time.

It’s a blend of different styles that shouldn’t work, but come together brilliantly. By turns, this is a funky hip shaker, a club floor-filler and a thumbs-in-belt-loop head rocker. It should be a mess of clashing clack, but you’re left wondering why all albums aren’t as innovative and exciting as this. Surely, Mika is one of those bhangra poppers who almost always live up to their hype. And Jaan Qurban explains why. Mika mixes in some hard, sexy house with a hefty dollop of the disco past and funky, techno future. Not just another rap, rock and bhangra pop fest, this album is an instant party.

Peeli peeli sarson

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Sona Roop Hai Peeli Peeli Sarson by Daler Mehndi

On the occasion of Baisakhi, DRecords presents you another blockbuster song “Sona Roop Hai Peeli Peeli Sarson” sung and composed by the Maverick Daler Mehndi.

Vaisakhi, also known as Baisakhi, celebrated as a harvest festival, across the northern Indian subcontinent, especially in the Punjab region by the Sikh community. This day is also observed as the thanks giving day by the farmers whereby the farmers pay their tribute, thanking God for the abundant harvest and also praying for the future prosperity.

The Song celebrates the feeling of happiness metaphorically using the nature’s full bloom, the sun’s glare, the mustard flowers with ‘Love’ & longing of a lover. Mehndi’s high pitched vocals & fast paced tempo of the song sets stage for ‘Bhangra’.

Talking about the festival, Mehndi said, “Baisakhi is a festival that unites the world in one thread, that of Humanity, prophesying a fearless way of happy life. It was on this day the tenth Sikh Guru; Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji blessed humanity with “The Khalsa” – both saints and soldiers.

Mehndi is famous for giving songs that use beautiful words and can instantly hook a listener to dance.



Om Jaap


Om Jaap by Shailender Bharti

Shailender Bharti’s melodious voice is not only soothing the ears but does full justice to the Sanskrit shloka’s. The most sacred symbol of Hindu dharma, Aum is the sound of the infinite. It’s the essence of all mantras or shabad’s and representative of the Trinity Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. By form and sound, Aum symbolizes the infinite and ultimate reality and the entire universe. Though ancient Vedic and Sanskrit texts are full of its explanations, perhaps the loveliest of them is found in the marvelous Manduka Upanishad that explains the four elements of Aum as an allegory of the four planes of consciousness.

“A” resonates in the center of the mouth. It represents normal waking consciousness where subject and object exist as separate entities. This is the level of science, logic and the lower three charkas. “U” transfers the sense of vibration to the back of the mouth and hifts the allegory to the level of dream consciousness. Object and subject become intertwined in awareness. This is the realm of dreams, divinities, imagination and the inner world. “M” represents the realm of deep, dreamless sleep. Now only pure consciousness exists unseen, pristine and covered with darkness. There is neither an observing subject nor observed object: the cosmic night, the womb of the divine mother. So, while the first three are vocal sounds: A, U, M, the fourth sound, unheard, is the silence that begins and ends the audible sound, the silence that surrounds it.

Let the chanting of AUM, the music of life, take you on a soulful journey.