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List of Best Songs for Ladies Sangeet

Ladies sangeet is a part of Hindu weddings. It is one of the ceremonies done before the day of wedding. All ladies of the society of bride side and broom side separately organize a get together to enjoy and dance on songs they sing. They dance on movie songs related to bless bride and broom. They sing about the wedding couple so live happily ever after. Men are also allowed to attend the ceremony according to the societal traditions. There are different traditional songs in various languages and movie songs in India for ladies sangeet. You can enjoy and dance on the songs on the occasion.

Take a look on the list of best songs for ladies sangeet on which you can dance and enjoy the ceremony:


Aishwarya Rai Nimbooda india movie songThe song is from the movie Hum dil de chuke sanam sung by Kavita Krishna Murti. Aishwarya Rai Bacchan danced well on the song. It has catchy words which you can easily sing. It is a good dance number on which you can give performance in ladies’ sangeet.

Cocktail movie songs

Cocktail - Tum Hi Ho BandhuTum hi ho bandhu and second hand jawani is a good peppy dance song on which you can perform on stage. The song is catchy and composed by Prittam. He is one of the famous bollywood music directors. Young ones will love to dance and shake hips to the songs.

Radha on the dance floor

Radha - Student Of The Year

The song is taken from the movie Students of the Year. The song is picturized on new comer Aliya bhatt who dances very well. The song is a popular one in ladies’ sangeet ceremony. There are other songs are also from the movie which are hip shakers like disco deewane, velle, etc

Mere hathon mein nau nau churiyan hain

Mere hathon mein nau nau churiyan hainThe song is one of the old and famous songs for ladies’ sangeet ceremony. The song has picturisation of ladies’ sangeet itself in the movie (Chandani). The song is picturised on Sridevi, the famous actress of the oldest time.

Dola re dola re

Devdas Dola Re Dola reThe song was picturised on Madhuri dixit and Aishwarya Rai Bacchan. Both actresses danced very well in the movie (Devdas). The song is a peppy dance number and has grand backgrounds. It is mostly played in ladies’ sangeet.

Didi tera Devar Deewana

Didi Tera Devar Deewana - Hum Aapke Hain KounThe song is taken from the movie Hum Apke Hai Kaun. The song is picturised on Madhuri Dixit and Salman Khan. The actress was looking stunning in the song. The song is a pure ladies’ sangeet as picturised in the movie. It is one of the popular ladies’ sangeet songs.

Mehendi laga ke rakhna

Mehendi laga ke rakhnaThe song is taken from the movie Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge. The song is the old and evergreen for ladies’ sangeet ceremony. It is always the first choice of the broom side to dance on the song. The song is a popular ladies’ sangeet song.

Vidai songs

These kinds of songs are sung for the bride and to bless her. Vidai songs are also a part of ladies’ sangeet. It is basically sung at the end of the ladies sangeet to give an emotional touch to the occasion.

Traditional Folk songs

The songs are sung in the regional languages in India. The songs are sung for the bride and broom. They are the valuable part of ladies’ sangeet due to their emotional touch. The song may differ in the languages like Sindhi, Bengali, Punjabi, English, Assamese, Marathi and many more from different parts of India.

Yo Yo Honey Singh’s songs

The singer is famous for his signature Punjabi genre. He is a Punjabi rap singer. His famous songs are Blue Eyes, Angreji Beat and Brown Rang. He is popular amongst the youngsters. Youngsters will love to dance in ladies’ sangeet.

Those were the list of best songs for ladies sangeet on which you move your body and enjoy, now select one of the songs above songs and starts practicing for your best performance and get compliments.

To get more information about the Indian weddings, you can follow this link to know more sangeet songs for Indian wedding.

Editor Kritika is EMI's big cheese, She is a blogger, social media lover and beauty addict. She love to share her wedding planning experience and about Indian wedding trends.

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