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Anand Mangal

by Various Artists

An exclusive collection of temple texts on the theme of weddings of Indian deities, composed and performed by Indian vocalist Shubha Mudgal.
Genre: World: Indian Classical
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1. Gaavo Mangalchaar (Feat. Aneesh Pradhan, Sudhir Nayak, Madhu Dhumal, Pratap Rath & Nirmal B Pawaar) Shubha Mudgal
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2. Dulhe Giridharlal (Feat. Aneesh Pradhan, Sudhir Nayak, Prakash Shejwal & Pratap Rath) Shubha Mudgal
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3. Laadiji Thaaro (Feat. Aneesh Pradhan, Sudhir Nayak, Nirmal B Pawaar & Pratap Rath) Shubha Mudgal
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4. Priyaa Priya (Feat. Aneesh Pradhan, Sudhir Nayak & Ulhas Bapat) Shubha Mudgal
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5. Aali Siyavar Kaisa Salona (Feat. Aneesh Pradhan, Sudhir Nayak, Pratap Rath, Nirmal B Pawaar & Madhu Dhumal) Shubha Mudgal
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6. Lailyo Ri (Feat. Aneesh Pradhan, Sudhir Nayak, Rupak Kulkarni, Prakash Shejwal & Pratap Rath) Shubha Mudgal
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7. Dekho Ri (Feat. Aneesh Pradhan, Ulhas Bapat, Prakash Shejwal, Pratap Rath & Sudhir Nayak) Shubha Mudgal
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Album Notes
Anand Mangal is an exclusive collection of traditional temple texts describing the wedding festivities of Indian deities and their divine consorts. Researched, composed and performed by Shubha Mudgal, these verses describe the wedding celebrations and rituals performed during the nuptials of Lord Rama and his divine consort Sita, as well as Lord Krishna and his consort Radha.


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