‘Karvaten badalte rahe sari raat hum

Aap ki kasam, aap ki kasam

Gham na karo din judaai ke bahut hai kam

Aap ki kasam, aap ki kasam

Yaad tum aate rahe ek huk si uthti rahi

Neend mujhse, neend se main bhagti chupti rahi’ 

Ah, the joys of insomnia! It’s 2 am, and you are just lying in bed, staring up at the ceiling, and wondering why you can’t seem to turn off your brain. You’ve been replaying that argument you had earlier in the day over and over in your head, and you can’t help but think of that perfect, savage comeback that you should have come up with, but didn’t.


You know the one that we are talking about. It’s the comeback that would have completely shut down the other person and left them speechless, but instead, you were too flustered to come up with anything clever. But now, in the middle of the night, with no one to impress, you can’t help but relish in the fantasy of delivering that one-liner like a boss.


But then, your thoughts inevitably drift to your crush. You know, the one who makes your heart race every time you see them? The one who made eye contact with you earlier today, and you completely lost your cool.


You can’t help but think of all the different scenarios where the two of y’all could have connected, and all the things you wish you had said. Maybe you could have cracked a joke, given them a compliment, or just been a little more charming. But no, instead, you blushed and stumbled over your words like a complete goofball.


And then your thoughts move to career and eventually to thinking about how someday you’re going to move to London, with the love of your life and start a family and live the life that Rahul Raichand lived in Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham. 


We’ve all been there – tossing and turning in bed, struggling to fall asleep. No matter how hard we try, our minds just won’t shut off. It’s frustrating, isn’t it? But did you know that music could be the solution to your sleepless nights? That’s right! Music can help you relax, unwind, and drift off to sleep. Don’t believe us? Well, let’s dive into the details!


First and foremost, music can be incredibly soothing. There’s a reason why lullabies are a thing! Slow, gentle melodies have been used for centuries to calm babies and help them fall asleep. But this doesn’t just apply to infants – it works for adults too! Research has shown that listening to calming music like Meditation In The Night – Raga Darbari, before bed can help reduce anxiety and promote relaxation, making it easier to fall asleep. 


But it’s not just slow, gentle music that can help you sleep. Studies have also found that listening to “pink noise” – a type of low-frequency, steady sound – can improve sleep quality and enhance deep sleep. Pink noise has a similar sound to rainfall or waves crasThing on the shore, and it can help mask other noises that might be keeping you awake (like a snoring partner or traffic outside).


Music can also have a positive effect on our mood, which is particularly important when we’re struggling to sleep. When we’re feeling anxious or stressed, it’s easy for negative thoughts to spiral out of control. But listening to upbeat, happy music can help lift our spirits and distract us from our worries. This, in turn, can make it easier to relax and fall asleep.


Of course, everyone’s musical preferences are different. Some people might find classical music to be the most relaxing, while others might prefer the calming sounds of nature. There’s no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to music and sleep – it’s all about finding what works for you.


But how exactly do you incorporate music into your bedtime routine? Here are a few tips:


Create a sleep playlist: Put together a playlist of songs that help you relax and feel calm. This could include slow, gentle melodies, pink noise, or even guided meditations.


Try a guided meditation: If you’re feeling particularly anxious or stressed, a guided meditation might be helpful. There are plenty of apps and websites that offer free guided meditations designed specifically for sleep.


Experiment with different types of music: Don’t be afraid to try out different genres and styles of music to see what works for you. You might be surprised by what helps you relax and drift off to sleep!


Let us list down some of our favourite Bollywood songs that would help you calm your racing mind:




So, there you have it – music really can be the answer to your sleepless nights. So whether you prefer slow, gentle melodies or the calming sounds of instruments, we have just the device that shall cater to all of your musical needs. That’s right we are talking about the Saregama Carvaan Mini Bhakti! It is a retro looking bluetooth player with 5000 pre-loaded evergreen songs. This is available in multiple languages. The songs are handpicked to give you a truly immersive experience of uninterrupted music. We are sure you’ll find all your favourite melodies from Mukesh to Lata Mangeshkar lovingly echoing through your headphones or speakers. So, next time you find yourself staring at the ceiling, reach for your Carvaan let the music do its magic!