When Navratri approaches, people start searching for Garba singers in India and their songs. But Garba songs are not limited to Navratri only. Garba songs are considered evergreen songs and can be heard anytime.
There have been many Garba singers in India and their voice is so strong that people like to listen to them again and again. Like other forms of music, Garba songs and other related forms are rapidly emerging in the Indian music industry. You can see various popular artists across the country who sang Garba songs and became popular.
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This great singer does not need any introduction. Millennials have spent countless hours listening and dancing to his music. Falguni Pathak, sometimes referred to as the Queen of Dandiya, has made significant contributions in the fields of pop-folk, pop music and music composition. Apart from being an important pillar of his reputation, his famous songs like “Chudi Jo Khanki Haathon Mein” and “Maine Payal Hai Chhan Kai” also helped shape pop music in the early 2000s.
She is one of the youngest and most famous Gujarati singer. She shot to fame after winning Star-Chhote Ustaad and has been shining since then. She has done thousands of live shows. People love him for his soulful Navratri Garba songs during Navratri!
Bhumi Trivedi is an Indian Bollywood singer who is also famous for singing Garba songs. Bhumi is an amazing singer with a fabulous voice. She is known for the amazing song “Ram Chahe Leela” from the movie “Ram Leela”. After that song she became very popular and people started listening to her again and again.
Atul Purohit is another prominent Garba singer known for his soulful and traditional renditions of Garba songs. He has been performing for several decades and has a dedicated fan base, especially in Gujarat.
Ismail Darbar is an Indian Bollywood instrumentalist, score composer, singer, music director, violinist and a popular name in the Indian music industry. Ismail Darbar has contributed a lot to the Indian music industry by giving some of the best and hit songs of all time. He is also a Garba singer. In the year 2009, he appeared as a contestant in the hugely popular reality show Bigg Boss Season 3.
No one can compare the success of this 22 year old musician in the field of Gujarati pop-folk music. Thanks to hit songs like “Ghate To Zindagi Ghate” and “Chaar Bangdi Wali Audi”, people across Gujarat are eager to dance to his music this Navratri. Kinjal has entertained Gujaratis living abroad on forums across the globe. His YouTube videos have been viewed over 46 million times and it continues to grow.
Kirtidan Gadhvi is an iconic folk singer from Gujarat, known for songs like “Ladki,” “Gori Radha Ne Kalokan,” and “Nagar Mein Jogi Aaya,” which have beautiful and intricate melodies. Apart from ghazals, qawwalis, bhajans and Bollywood music, he is also famous for his dayaras, folk songs and classical singing. He has performed on prestigious platforms including MTV Coke Studio and in 2015, the Government of Gujarat named him the “Best Singer of the State”. After being transferred to Bhavnagar University, Kirtidan teaches music.
Geeta Rabari, popularly known as “Kachhi Koyal”, is an emerging Gujarati folk singer. With tracks such as “Rona Ser Ma” and “Masti Ma Mastani”, she built a reputation among the audience and became highly popular. She started her career as a singer at the young age of 10 by gaining fame in her village and gradually paved her way to become one of the most loved Gujarati singers. Unlike others, she strictly follows folk songs and enjoys singing them.
Music’s funny man Devang Patel has filled our Navratri with laughter and joy. His sense of humor in music is fresh and quite evident in tracks like “Meri Marzi” and parodies like “Patel Scope I” and “Patel Scope II”. Born and brought up in Ahmedabad, Devang is a versatile artist. Not only has he earned popularity as a Garba and Dandiya singer, but he has also ventured into acting, rapping, dancing, songwriting, film production and direction.
Arvind Vegda is considered one of the best and most famous Gujarati folk singers from Gujarat, India. In the year 2015, he appeared as a contestant in the hugely popular reality show Bigg Boss Season 9. He was born on 5 October 1974 in Ahmedabad.
Arvind Vegada had a keep interest in music, yet he did not take any formal training in music. He started taking harmonium training from Narendra Rao and then formed his own orchestra in the year 2002.