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Get Your Morning Mantra Right With These Soulful Bhakti Songs

Published on 5 August, 2019 at 1:26 pm By

Early morning energizers are something we look for. As we begin the day, just after waking up, our energy levels are drained, emotionally as well as physically. A good bhakti song would be just the right source for an emotional energizer because of the soulful music and meaningful lyrics. They string our spiritual side in the right manner and help set in a positive vibe for the beginning and the rest of the day ahead. 


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Whether you believe in God or not, a bhakti song does bring about a calm demeanor and peace of mind. Would you like to try beginning your day with such songs? We have a list ready for you then!

 

Mahamrityunjay Mantra

With over 150 million views, this should definitely top your bhakti song playlist. A verse of the Rigveda, this mantra is addressed to Rudra, a form of Lord Shiva.

 

 


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Deva Shree Ganesha

This is a popular one and we don’t need to justify why. Ajay-Atul’s composition, combined with Amitabh Bhattacharya’s lyrics and Ajay Gogavale’s soulful voice will be the perfect positive start to your day.

 

 

Krishna Leela

Believers of Lord Krishna will resonate with this bhakti song as it’s a soulful composition with meaningful and positive lyrics.

 

 

 

Shree Siddhivinayak Mantra And Aarti

Who isn’t a fan of Amitabh Bachchan’s voice? No wonder then that this Siddhivinayak aarti song by him is one of the top listened to bhakti song.

 

 

Achutam Keshavam

This version of the popular song “Kaun Kehte hai Bhagwan Aate nahi” is a must listen. We’re sure it’ll become a regular one on your bhakti song playlist.

 

 

 

Krishna Bhajan



Sung by Maanya Arora, this Krishna bhajan will evoke your spiritual side and will be the perfect morning dose before you begin your busy schedules.

 

Shiv Tandav Stotram

Shiva followers know his love for Tandav. This Tandav Stotram will remove all negative thoughts from your mind and would be a great choice for beginning your day.

 

 

Jaydev Jaydev

Ganesh aarti immediately comes to our mind when we think of bhakti songs. This version is something we’ve all heard at least once in our lives, why not use it to begin our day on a positive note then?

 

 

Gayatri Mantra

Who isn’t aware of Gayatri Mantra in a country like India, right? One of the most popular bhakti songs, this should be on the top of your morning playlist to begin your day positively.

 

 

Bolo Har Har Har

One of  the top commercial bhakti songs but a great and very popular one nonetheless. Listening it to will definitely awaken your belief in Lord Shiva.

 

 

Namo Namo

From the movie Kedarnath, this is one Shiv bhakti song that one must definitely listen to at least once.

 

 

Kaun Hai Woh

A Hindi lyrical and Sanskrit mashup dedicated to Lord Shiva, even this song is a popular and top pick, if you’re looking for bhakti songs to listen to and begin your day with.

 


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Are there are more bhakti songs that you’re aware of and we must add to this list? Which of the above listed ones have you listened to and liked? Let us know in the comments!

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