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Songs for Sangeet Night

Planning your Sangeet Night Songs

There are many popular songs to choose from for your ladies sangeet or mehndi night.

Some are highly emotional which are sure to bring a tear to you and your guests eye and some are fun and exciting which are sure to get everyone dancing and singing.

Creating the right atmosphere is key for your sangeet night to be a success, Laghan Entertainment will work with you to select the right songs.

Our Ladies Sangeet Singer will be accompanied by a dholki player singing all the folk songs dedicated to the marriage and to the bride and groom.

The Mehndi Night for the Bride always has that emotional feeling as the bride will usually be leaving her paternal to start a new journey. However it is always important to keep the spirits up so that the mehndi night has the fun element to it. Traditional Boliyan are always one way of making sure that the event is fun, especially as the older generation join in, as they make their trip down memory lane.

Our Ladies Sangeet Singers will sing traditional boliyan, popular songs sang by Surinder Kaur and Prakash Kaur such as Baari Barsi, Saade Tan Vehde Vich and Lathey di Chadar

A Mehndi Night has to have the classics such as

Mehndi Lagake Rakhna - Dilwale Dulhania Lejage

O Mehndi Rang Layee - Chal Mere Bhai

Saajan Saajan Teri Dulhan - Arzoo

Mehndi Hai Rachne Wali - Zubediaa

Mehndi Na Majhko Lagana - Chori Chori

Banno Ki Aayegi Baraat - Aaina

For more information please see our website www.laghan.com or email us at info@laghan.com or contact us on 07775 791573.

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> What is a Ladies Sangeet ?
What is a Ladies Sangeet? A Ladies Sangeet is a pre wedding ceremony usually a few days before the Indian Wedding. Friends and Family will come together to sing suhaags, traditional boliyan or korian with a dholki. Laghan Entertainment can provide a Punjabi Singer sing the suhaags or korian with dholki. Also Giddha Dancers or Bhangra Dancers can be hired out. During the Ladies Sangeet the ladies may also have mehndi applied. Laghan Entertainment also provide the mehndi decor for the perfect mehndi setting such as mehndi cushions, candle lanterns, sarahis. Popular Ladies Sangeet Songs 1. Jaago - Prabhjot Kaur, Narender Kaur 2. Aaya Lardiye Ni - Prabhjot Kaur, Narender Kaur 3. Sithniya - Prabhjot Kaur, Narender Kaur 4. Na Vas Badla - Prabhjot Kaur, Narender Kaur 5. Sone Naina Valeya - Prabhjot Kaur, Narender Kaur 6. Mahiya - Tappe - Prabhjot Kaur, Narender Kaur 7. Mathe Te Chamkan Baal - Prabhjot Kaur, Narender Kaur 8. Kala Shah Kala - Prabhjot Kaur, Narender Kaur 9. Ghordi Te - Prabhjot Kaur, Narender Kaur 10. Doli - Prabhjot Kaur, Narender Kaur
> Dholki Night
Event 1: Maniyaan/Maiyaan is basically the engagement and occurs after the bride’s parents approve of the groom and accept the wedding proposal. This can either be a lavish affair, or a small family only gathering. It involves exchange of rings which solemnize bethrotal and acceptance of the proposal and impending marriage. Typically the boys mother will choose the ring for the girl and put the ring on her and on the other side, the girls father will put the ring (chosen by the brides mother) on the groom-to-be due to conservative practise of no physical touching to occur prior to marriage amongst some families. After this there may be cake cutting, but if not will always involve a feast. The engagement is thrown by the brides family and expenses are incurred by them for the event, in terms of food and hall hire (if applicable). Some families may not undergo a formal engagement party. Other methods after verbal acceptance of proposal can include gifting the girl with clothes, jewellery or any other items from the family. The boy may also gift her with an item of his choosing. This marks the beginning of the waiting period, which could be a few weeks, or months or even years for the wedding day and events to come. Event 2: Dholki Dholki nights = dholki taken from dhol=drum, dholok = drumming. This occurs in the week leading up to the henna night and is a women’s only event. Women, old and young gather together, with one being the drummer and one sitting opposite her with a spoon or other metal cutlery, tapping away on the dhol according to the rythym of the beats. Sometimes a duff is also used. They sing wedding songs, usually those relating to the bride to be and her groom, about their relationship with each other and of course the dreaded mother in law! Most of these songs are Punjabi folk in origin and are also sung at Sikh weddings: Punjabi dholak geet - The evening will start with female relatives and friends of the bride playing the Dholki and singing Suhaag, which are traditional Punjabi folk songs. Songs include ‘jokes’ about the in-laws, and would be husband, how to have a successful marriage and songs about the bride leaving her parents home. There is much merriment, laughter and teasing which takes place. The dholki is kept by both the bride and the groom’s family respectively, however they do not attend each others dholki nights. The only time when each family attend one anothers event begins from the henna/mendhi night. For more information email us at info@laghan.com
 
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