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Dhamaka Diwali 4 (60) - 10 mixes

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    Dhamaka Diwali 2114/1 Ruhan Kapoor (PRS) | Sidhant Kapoor (PRS)
    Sprightly Indian song celebrating Diwali, the 'festival of lights'
    3:58
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    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-14-11401
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2014
    Factoid Diwali is the most popular Indian festival. It signifies the return of Rama (an avatar of the Hindu supreme-god, Vishnu) after 14 years' banishment. To welcome his return, diyas (ghee lamps) were lit and it is a tradition that remains to this day signifying the victory of light of darkness. Diwali is also celebrated in Sikhism, Jainism and Buddhism.
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    Dhamaka Diwali 2 2114/8 Ruhan Kapoor (PRS) | Sidhant Kapoor (PRS)
    Lively Indian drums & percussion with string texture & bulbul tarang melody
    3:46
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-14-11408
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2014
    FactoidThe bulbul tarang is sometimes known as the 'Indian banjo'.
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    Dhamaka Diwali 3 (60) 2114/9 Ruhan Kapoor (PRS) | Sidhant Kapoor (PRS)
    Sprightly Indian song celebrating Diwali, the 'festival of lights'
    1:00
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    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-14-11409
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2014
    FactoidDiwali is the most popular Indian festival. It signifies the return of Rama (an avatar of the Hindu supreme-god, Vishnu) after 14 years' banishment. To welcome his return, diyas (ghee lamps) were lit and it is a tradition that remains to this day signifying the victory of light of darkness. Diwali is also celebrated in Sikhism, Jainism and Buddhism.
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    Dhamaka Diwali 4 (60) 2114/10 Ruhan Kapoor (PRS) | Sidhant Kapoor (PRS)
    Lively Indian drums & percussion with keyboard harmony
    1:00
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-14-11410
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2014
    FactoidDiwali is the most popular Indian festival. It signifies the return of Rama (an avatar of the Hindu supreme-god, Vishnu) after 14 years' banishment. To welcome his return, diyas (ghee lamps) were lit and it is a tradition that remains to this day signifying the victory of light of darkness. Diwali is also celebrated in Sikhism, Jainism and Buddhism.
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    Dhamaka Diwali 5 (30) 2114/11 Ruhan Kapoor (PRS) | Sidhant Kapoor (PRS)
    Sprightly Indian song celebrating Diwali, the 'festival of lights'
    0:30
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    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-14-11411
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2014
    FactoidDiwali is the most popular Indian festival. It signifies the return of Rama (an avatar of the Hindu supreme-god, Vishnu) after 14 years' banishment. To welcome his return, diyas (ghee lamps) were lit and it is a tradition that remains to this day signifying the victory of light of darkness. Diwali is also celebrated in Sikhism, Jainism and Buddhism.
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    Dhamaka Diwali 6 (30) 2114/12 Ruhan Kapoor (PRS) | Sidhant Kapoor (PRS)
    Soft Indian vocal chorus intro welcoming the Diwali festival
    0:30
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    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-14-11412
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2014
    FactoidDiwali is the most popular Indian festival. It signifies the return of Rama (an avatar of the Hindu supreme-god, Vishnu) after 14 years' banishment. To welcome his return, diyas (ghee lamps) were lit and it is a tradition that remains to this day signifying the victory of light of darkness. Diwali is also celebrated in Sikhism, Jainism and Buddhism.
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    Dhamaka Diwali 7 2114/13 Ruhan Kapoor (PRS) | Sidhant Kapoor (PRS)
    Lively Indian rhythm section groove with dhol, dholak, tabla & percussion
    0:28
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    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-14-11413
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2014
    FactoidDiwali is the most popular Indian festival. It signifies the return of Rama (an avatar of the Hindu supreme-god, Vishnu) after 14 years' banishment. To welcome his return, diyas (ghee lamps) were lit and it is a tradition that remains to this day signifying the victory of light of darkness. Diwali is also celebrated in Sikhism, Jainism and Buddhism.
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    Dhamaka Diwali 8 2114/14 Ruhan Kapoor (PRS) | Sidhant Kapoor (PRS)
    Lively Indian drums & percussion with bulbul tarang melody throughout
    0:19
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    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-14-11414
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2014
    FactoidDiwali is the most popular Indian festival. It signifies the return of Rama (an avatar of the Hindu supreme-god, Vishnu) after 14 years' banishment. To welcome his return, diyas (ghee lamps) were lit and it is a tradition that remains to this day signifying the victory of light of darkness. Diwali is also celebrated in Sikhism, Jainism and Buddhism.
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    Dhamaka Diwali 9 (Sting) 2114/15 Ruhan Kapoor (PRS) | Sidhant Kapoor (PRS)
    Sting with lively Indian percussion & bulbul tarang melody
    0:06
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    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-14-11415
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2014
    FactoidDiwali is the most popular Indian festival. It signifies the return of Rama (an avatar of the Hindu supreme-god, Vishnu) after 14 years' banishment. To welcome his return, diyas (ghee lamps) were lit and it is a tradition that remains to this day signifying the victory of light of darkness. Diwali is also celebrated in Sikhism, Jainism and Buddhism.
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    Dhamaka Diwali 10 (Sting) 2114/16 Ruhan Kapoor (PRS) | Sidhant Kapoor (PRS)
    Lively Indian drum & percussion groove sting
    0:02
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    • Tempo NotesFast
    • ISRCGB-FFM-14-11416
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2014
    FactoidDiwali is the most popular Indian festival. It signifies the return of Rama (an avatar of the Hindu supreme-god, Vishnu) after 14 years' banishment. To welcome his return, diyas (ghee lamps) were lit and it is a tradition that remains to this day signifying the victory of light of darkness. Diwali is also celebrated in Sikhism, Jainism and Buddhism.
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    Dynamic Bollywood song with female vocal, chorus & lively Indian ensemble
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