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Rakhi Songs

Music, as it touches everyone's soul, is one of the strongest mediums of conveying our messages to our loved ones. And when combined with lyrics it exhibits magical effects. Rakhi Songs too evoke the same adorable emotions.
India is full of diversity and so are the Bollywood movie songs. They celebrate what India celebrates. There are a number of exquisite Rakhi songs, which Bollywood’s music composers and lyric writers have created. In this section, we have collected a list of Rakhi Songs just for you.
Behna ne bhai ki kalai pe…
This song has been taken from the movie Resham Ki Dor. Sung by Suman Kalyanpuri, the song presents the sisterly affection of a girl towards her brother. In the song the girl explains the significance of sister tying Rakhi on her brother’s hand. Another song from the same movie Rakhi dhaagon ka tyohar hai…too is the one filled with the essence of the festival of Raksha Bandhan.

Mere bhaiyya, mere chanda…
This is a song taken from the movie Kajal, which has been sung by Asha Bhosle. This melodious song reveals the immense love a sister holds in her heart for her brother.

Rang Birangi Rakhi lekar…
It is a song flaunting the enthusiasm of a young girl on the festival of Raksha Bandhan who has bought a colorful Rakhi for her brother. The song has been taken from the movie Anpad and has been sung by Lata Mangeshkar.

Meri Behna Deewani hai…
The song has been taken from Amitabh Bachchan and Hema Malini starer Andha Kanoon. This Laxmikant Pyarelal composed song gives a nice example of the affectionate teasing of a brother to her sister.

Chanda re mere bhaiyya se kehana…
It is a Chambal ki kasam song that manifests the love of a girl towards her brother who is sitting far away from her on the very festive day of Raksha Bandhan. The girls sitting apart from their brothers can identify with the songs. Their emotional condition is well expressed in this beautiful song.

Phoolon ka taaron ka…
An evergreen song from the movie Hare Rama Hare Krishna is a favorite of all. The cute girl with her thumb in mouth and a caring brother pose the perfect picture of the loving relationship of siblings of opposite gender.

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