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The latest and greatest Punjabi music to stay fit with.

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Stay Modern with Punjabi Music Ravi Sandhu

    • Health & Fitness

The latest and greatest Punjabi music to stay fit with.

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    Nabbe Nabbe by Gippy Grewal and Jasmine Sandals

    Nabbe Nabbe by Gippy Grewal and Jasmine Sandals

    Check out this amazing track called Nabbe Nabbe, which translates to ‘90 90’, but why say it twice? Find out in the explanation. The video is fantastic, and I hope you enjoy the track as much as I do.


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    • 6 min
    Pagal by Guru Randhawa and Babbu Maan

    Pagal by Guru Randhawa and Babbu Maan

    Check out this amazing track called Pagal, which translates close to ‘crazy’, not politically correct any more, I know. The video is fantastic, and I hope you enjoy the track as much as I do.


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    • 5 min
    Was bhangra dancing on Channel 4 recently?

    Was bhangra dancing on Channel 4 recently?

    Punjabi music, also known as “bhangra” is great to use for fitness, health and wellbeing. I took part in an event that was for Channel 4’s show, Double Your Money. Listen to, or watch, my podcast to find out how bhangra is pronounced, why what I do is not “bhangra” dancing, and about some other great people that took part in Double Your Money.


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    • 12 min
    Qatil Surma and Vigdya Jatt by Himmat Sandhu

    Qatil Surma and Vigdya Jatt by Himmat Sandhu

    Two fantastic tracks, check them out.


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    • 45 sec
    Khair or hair? This break-up Punjabi song has been rebooted by Raxstar

    Khair or hair? This break-up Punjabi song has been rebooted by Raxstar

    The first time I listened Bilal Saeed’s track, Khair Mangdi, I was mezmorised. Then in 2016 a movie released called Baar Baar Dekho, with the famous track called Kala Chashma. In the same movie was a song called Khair Mangdi.
    In February 2024, a track called Ask by Raxstar was released. It features the same Khair Mangdi piece. Listen to the podcast to find out more about the meaning.
    I hope you enjoy listening to the tracks, and Davina and I talking about them. All three tracks have been added to these playlists on: Apple Music / Spotify
    This podcast is published to Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, Audible and YouTube Music. If you listen to podcasts elsewhere, please let me know which platform, and I’ll get this podcast published there too.


    This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.pungra.fit

    This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit ravi8.me

    • 34 min
    Not all is well in the land of Bollywood and Punjab

    Not all is well in the land of Bollywood and Punjab

    Find out some of the backstory about this song and our story for why we put Punjabi music first, not as a Bollywood add-on.


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    • 20 min

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