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Here Are Some Childrens Songs In Hindi...

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Akar bakar bombay bo (Counting-out Rhyme)  
Ginti Geet  India
Counting Song (Nursery Rhyme)
Fish is the Queen of Water (Nursery Rhyme)  
Johnny Johnny. Yes, Papa. (Nursery Rhyme)
Kokla Chapaki (Circle Game)  
Muffety Mai  India
Little Miss Muffet (Nursery Rhyme)
Mary Had a Little Lamb (Nursery Rhyme) Midi
Potato Says (Nursery Rhyme)  
Sleep, Baby, Sleep (Lullaby)  
There Was a Thirsty Crow (Nursery Rhyme)
Tick Tick Tick (Nursery Rhyme)
 
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