"Mara Ghat Ma Srinathji," "Ganesh Paat Besadiye" and "Pol Pachhvade Parabadi" are three examples of famous Gujarati songs in folk styles related to religious worship, wedding celebrations and festivals. Besides these traditional songs, the state of Gujarat is also renowned for its popular film songs, such as "Tari Ankh No Afini," "Bhabhi Tame Thoda Thoda" and "Kon Halave Limbdi."
"Mara Ghat Ma Srinathji" is a religious song in the bhajan genre, which is a traditional Gujarati style of worship music that seeks to generate feelings of devotion in its performers and listeners. "Ganesh Paat Besadiye" is a wedding song in the lagna geet genre of Gujarati marriage songs, dedicated to the god Ganesh and usually performed at the beginning of the ceremony.
"Pol Pachhvade Parabadi" is one of the dance songs performed annually for the Navratri Utsav celebrations, which are night-time festivities that take place in the cities and villages of Gujarat between September and December every year. "Tari Ankh No Afini" is a popular song by Sanjay Oza from the "Geet Saurabh" film, "Bhabhi Tame Thoda Thoda" is a piece of light music by Avinash Vyas from the movie "Gunsundari," and "Kon Halave Limbdi" is a well-known song by the same artist that appears in the "Son Bai Ni Chundadi" film.