Singer Rahul Vaidya welcomes Ganpati to his home yearly with a lot zeal and pleasure. Nonetheless, this 12 months, it’s additional particular for him, and the whole household. Vaidya, who’s anticipating his first youngster with spouse, actor Disha Parmar, reveals that his child can also be as a consequence of arrive throughout the identical time.
“I’m bringing bappa home this time as well, like every year. And this year, it is more special because my baby is also going to arrive around the same time. Disha’s is due to deliver between September 19-25. I’m just hoping everything goes well,” shares the dad-to-be, sounding equally enthusiastic about welcoming Ganpati and his youngster.
“Usually, my mum goes to select the Bappa murti. She sends it in our family WhatsApp group and then we all choose one together. Disha takes care of the decor and we bring bappa home for five days every year, so logon ka aana jaana laga hi rehta hai. Though Disha will do all that this year too, but of course, we’ll make sure she doesn’t overexert,” provides Vaidya, who just lately launched a compilation of six aartis devoted to Lord Ganesha.
Speaking extra about this musical ode to the divine, and the importance of aartis dueing Ganesh Chaturthi, the singer tells us, “Some people keep ganpati as a tradition and ritual every year, whereas, there are some jo shaunk ke liye laate hain. So, these shaunkiyaan people end up playing Agneepath’s song Deva Shree Ganesha for their aarti. But, people who have been bringing bappa home traditionally for years, follow a certain procedure, where there are many aartis that have to be sung, including Ganesh aarti, Durga maa aarti, Shankar ji, and many others. You have to sing all five to six aartis in front of your God.”
Right here, Vaidya shares that he at all times regarded for a musical piece that consists of all of the aartis without delay place with the right sound, however he may by no means discover it, and that promoted him to give you this compilation.
“Whatever was available on YouTube, none of them are as per my liking. Moreover, the ones available don’t even have the pronunciation right, and many of them required so much clarity. So, I thought I should make one on my own,” elaborates the 35-year-old, as he has tried to seize the essence of those rituals with a “perfect blend of rhythm, sound, and pronunciation”.
What makes this composition much more particular is the non-public contact the singer has added to it. “My mum, her friends and my extended family also featured in the video. There is not even a single person in the aarti video that I don’t know. Jab ghar par aarti hoti hai, your loved ones are around you, and I wanted to inculcate that feeling in my video as well,” he ends.