5 simple Hindi bhajans your kids can learn easily

5 simple Hindi bhajans your kids can learn easily

These are all easy Hindi bhajans that we can sing on a daily basis and since they are predominantly in Hindi, your kid will pick up quickly

When my niece was just two-years-old she asked my sister about the two idols in their mandir. The little bub wanted to know who she was asked to bow down to every time her mother would say, "Bhagwan ko Jai Karo!"

"Who is bhagwan ji? Does he like living in our mandir?" she asked. Obviously, my sister was a bemused at a question nobody had ever asked before. So she very patiently told my niece about this 'Bhagwan ji' and how he created the entire world. She also explained that we bow down in respect and to seek his blessings.

To my surprise, my niece was convinced and quite frankly happy to learn this. But my sister knew that will not quench her curiosity for long. She will have to do something more to explain the concept of spirituality to her young girl.

So from next day on, she starting playing simple hindi bhajans to heighten her bubs interest. This helped the baby pick up the bhajans quickly and she started singing along. Today she has become quite fluent and can sing over 10 Hindi bhajans.

If you are also looking for bhajans that young ones can pick up, take a look at this compilation below. These are all easy bhajans that we can sing on a daily basis and since they are predominantly in Hindi, your kid will pick up quickly.

5 simple Hindi bhajans that your kids can learn easily

#1 Yashoda Ka Nandlala

#2 Om Naham Shivaya

Continue reading to see the other three really easy bhajans your little ones will quickly pick up.

#3 Ek Radha Ek Meera

#4 Tumhi ho mata, pita tumhi ho

#5 Allah tero naam, Ishwar tero naam

Read: Top 5 Indian mythological stories for kids

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Deepshikha Punj

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