Dhamaka Diwali - 10 mixes

  • Key Db/C# (ends in Db/C#)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 152 bpm (ends at 152)
  • Tempo Notes Fast
  • Album Number 2114/1
  • ISRC GB-FFM-14-11401
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2014
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.
  • Key Db/C# (ends in Db/C#)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 152 bpm (ends at 152)
  • Tempo Notes Fast
  • Album Number 2114/8
  • ISRC GB-FFM-14-11408
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2014
Factoid The bulbul tarang is sometimes known as the 'Indian banjo'.
  • Key Db/C# (ends in Db/C#)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 152 bpm (ends at 152)
  • Tempo Notes Fast
  • Album Number 2114/9
  • ISRC GB-FFM-14-11409
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2014
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.
  • Key Db/C# (ends in Db/C#)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 152 bpm (ends at 152)
  • Tempo Notes Fast
  • Album Number 2114/10
  • ISRC GB-FFM-14-11410
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2014
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.
  • Key Db/C# (ends in Db/C#)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 152 bpm (ends at 152)
  • Tempo Notes Fast
  • Album Number 2114/11
  • ISRC GB-FFM-14-11411
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2014
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.
  • Key Db/C# (ends in Db/C#)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 152 bpm (ends at 152)
  • Tempo Notes Fast
  • Album Number 2114/12
  • ISRC GB-FFM-14-11412
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2014
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.
  • Key Db/C# (ends in Db/C#)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 152 bpm (ends at 152)
  • Tempo Notes Fast
  • Album Number 2114/13
  • ISRC GB-FFM-14-11413
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2014
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.
  • Key Db/C# (ends in Db/C#)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 152 bpm (ends at 152)
  • Tempo Notes Fast
  • Album Number 2114/14
  • ISRC GB-FFM-14-11414
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2014
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.
  • Key Db/C# (ends in Db/C#)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 152 bpm (ends at 152)
  • Tempo Notes Fast
  • Album Number 2114/15
  • ISRC GB-FFM-14-11415
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2014
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.
  • Key Db/C# (ends in Db/C#)
  • Metre 4/4
  • Tempo 152 bpm (ends at 152)
  • Tempo Notes Fast
  • Album Number 2114/16
  • ISRC GB-FFM-14-11416
  • Publisher Audio Network Limited
  • Release Year 2014
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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