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Giving back to every 'Jingle Maker'

The Jingles, India grew up on!

The power of Jingles is evident from the fact that we remember them decades later...word for word, and tune for tune. This section on our website is dedicated to every musician, jingle writer, singer and composer, who made India rich with such great music. If you remember a jingle that you think deserves to be on this page, please do write to us. Feel free to use the contact page.

Who doesn’t remember ‘Malgudi Days’?

The simple life that we all miss, and wish was back. This ‘Vintage Jingle’ is special for us…in the sense that it reminds us of everything we want to stand for…simplicity, authenticity and integrity. Values that keep us grounded…everything ‘Malgudi’ once meant. This is for everyone who believes in ‘Staying Malgudi’. Enjoy.

This is a remake of a title song that RD Burman Saab did for the 1986 Doordarshan serial 'Subah'.

We don't know a better way to pay our tribute to RD Saab, than to continue to play his music, especially 'Jingles'. 

This is a jingle remake of 'Yeh Jo Hai Zindagi'

a popular comedy sitcom on Indian television, aired for the first time in 1984. It was written by comedy writer Sharad Joshi and directed by Kundan Shah, S. S. Oberoi and Raman Kumar. The jingle was originally sung by Kishore Kumar Saab.

Karamchand was a popular Indian detective TV series telecast in the 1980s

It was broadcast on India's national television channel DD National, and was one of India's first detective series. The title character was played by noted actor Pankaj Kapur. The role of his assistant Kitty was played by Sushmita Mukherjee. Famous music director duo Anand-Milind composed the theme music and title track for the series. Giving back to India, what India grew up on.

This is a remake of the title jingle of 'Chunauti', originally sung by Amit Kumar.

Chunauti was a hit television series in India in the 1980s. Chunauti (meaning Challenge) was aired on Doordarshan in 22 episodes each about 25 minutes in Hindi. Chunauti highlighted the higher education system and generated tremendous responses from thinkers, planners, and the common masses.

This remake is sung by Amit Vishnoi and the music has been arranged by Sachin Thapa and Amit Vishnoi. Giving back to India, what India grew up on.

More coming soon.

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