Spotify has been in India for about two weeks, and in the very first week, it has gathered over a million users. And, needless to say, the musicaholic Bengali users have found what they were looking for – Bangla songs. From Baul songs to Arijit Singh songs, you’ll find everything on Spotify India now. Now, do we need to tell you that the Bangla songs on Spotify include Tagore’s magic? Of course not. From the traditional versions with minimal instrumentation to the modern renditions with a fusion of contemporary sounds and emotions – you will find different moods of Tagore songs on Spotify India.
Top Results for Tagore Song on Spotify
So, if you’re interested to find Rabindrasangeet on this music platform, you’ll come up with hundreds of results. So, let’s take a look at the top five results for Tagore Songs on Spotify:
Mone Ki Dwidhaa
A Prem Porjay song in the melodious voice of Kanika Bandyopadhyay, Mone Ki Dwidhaa creates a melancholy soundscape, depicting the pain of love lost. It’s the fifth most popular Tagore song on Spotify in India.
Ektuku Chhonwa Lage
Next on the list is a piece that heralds spring in the voice of K. L. Saigal, with an old-world charm that almost takes the listener back in time. This Prakriti Porjay song will make you feel the romance in the spring air.
Tomar Binai Gaan
This Prem Porjay song finds a new life in this K. L. Saigalrendition. It charts as the third favourite Tagore song on Spotify India, and is a must on your playlist if you love Rabindrasangeet’s traditional versions.
A mournful Rabindrasangeet in the mesmerising voice of the revolutionary singer, Debabrata Biswas, Godhuli Gaganey is a Prem Porjay song that captures the pain of separation and unrecognised love.
Topping the chart of Tagore songs on Spotify India is the minimalistic rendition of Krishna Koli, a song that reflects Tagore’s unique perspective. The rustic voice of Santidev Ghosh adds magic to the song.
Spotify India is the new destination of music lovers in India, and it’s evident that even with the new renditions of Tagore’s songs, the old-school, traditional versions have their own charm and a special place in the hearts of Bengali listeners.