Music has no language and it has the ability to unite, revive, soothe them, help deal with depression, work as a balm when we are in stress and it gets even better when we are in a loving mood. When we are heartbroken, then too music helps us let out all those pent up emotions that we are unable to express. With World Music Day 2019 falling on June 21, we would like to share few tracks, which match different emotions. If you like it, add it in your playlist today!
Love: Guncha By Mohit Chauhan
This track was featured in "Main, Meri Patni Aur Woh", a Chandan Arora directorial. The film starred Rajpal Yadav, Rituparna Sengupta, and Kay Kay Menon as the leading actors. Released in 2005, singer Mohit Chauhan this song from his highly successful album 'Sapney' in this movie.
Heart Break: Hamari Adhuri Kahani sung by Arijit Singh
Anger: Nadaan Parindey Ghar Aaja sung by A.R. Rahman
The music of 'Nadaan Parindey Ghar Aaja' from the Ranbir Kapoor-starrer "Rockstar" has been sung and composed by music maestro A R Rahman. The song garnered immense love from the Indian audience when it was released and it still is a part of many song lists.
Stress: Kuch Iss Traha sung by Atif Aslam
Happy: Entammede Jimikki Kammal, (Tamil)
Music For Concentration
This one is very good when you want to cancel out the chatter at work or home and just get finished with all that work.
Om Chants, Spiritual
Sometimes we just want to get in touch with the spiritual side of us and listen to something soothing like this Om chant. You can listen to it even while working.
Rainy Day: Jagjit Singh & Farida Khanum Tracks
Some tracks bring out the romantic in us and some just go well with the rainy season. I like Jagjit songs while sipping on tea to enjoy the beautiful weather. Another one is Farida Khanum's version of "Aaj Jaane Ki Zid Na Karo". Hope you like them too.
There are so many numbers that could fit in your playlist but some of these work for me every time. Hope they work for you as well. If there are some tracks you feel we should add, then do share with us on our social media platforms. Happy World Music Day dear readers!