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This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Happy Diwali.

Greetings to all dear fellow travelers of this musical voyage, and all dear friends and readers on this blog. Another new celebration of the festival of lights – may it illuminate your life with the brilliance of joy and happiness. And may it bring blessings of good health, peace and satisfying prosperity – blessings that may come visiting, and then continue staying in your household. Till the time when it is due for celebration again, and this greeting will be refreshed – again.

The day that marks the return of Bhagwan Shri Ram to his home in Ayodhya, after a gap of fourteen years. Fourteen long and dreary and joyless years for the people of Ayodhya; years that were spent without the presence of Lord Ram amongst them. While this tenure was in progress, it seemed limitless and overawing. But when the day arrived and the dear Lord returned home, it was a celebration of happiness never seen before.

In the epic ‘Ramayan’, there is a description of two other fabulous celebrations, one when the Lord appears in family of Raja Dashrath, and the second when the young Prince is married to Sita, the daughter of Raja Janak. Both celebrations have been described in detail in the epic. Both celebrations are also portrayed as epitomes of joy and fulfillment. And yet, it is the celebration of the return of Lord Ram that is the most celebrated. For it is the day when, after a wait of fourteen long years, the people of Ayodhya, who had known the joy of His presence amongst them, and had lost him on a pretext, were reunited with His presence and His grace once more. The happiness knows no bounds, when one receives back something that is a source of joy and fulfillment, something that was taken away, and then finally it is returned once again.

It is a celebration of the second homecoming of this happiness. It is the return and the revival of joy into life. It is the time to light up so many lamps that the night becomes as luminous and dazzling as the day itself. Let this celebration sweep through not just your home, but also through your self, your being. With the prayers that this return of the blessings and joy is now forever.

Presenting another wonderful non film rendition by Rafi Sb for this occasion today. This songs comes from the other side of the 78 rpm record that also carries the other Diwali celebration song by him – “Falak Se Utre Zamee Pe Taare” . An NFS that is recorded sometimes in the 1960s, for which information about the poet and the composer is as yet not available.

Listen and enjoy. May this celebration of the visitation of Divine presence and fulfillment, remain with you always.

Happy Diwali.


Song-Aayi deewaali ki dulhaniya (Rafi NFS)(1960) Singer-Rafi

Lyrics

aayi deewali ki dulhaniya
aayi deewali ki dulhaniya
jhil mil deep jaley
jhil mil deep jaley
aayi deewali ki dulhaniya
phoot padey kirnon ke jharne ae
phoot padey kirnon ke jharne
laagey mann ko bhaley
laagey mann ko bhaley
aayi deewali ki dulhaniya

ban thhan kar aaye parwaane ae ae ae ae ae
jal jal kar deewali manaane ae
jal jal kar deewali manaane
log kahen deewali jisko
log kahen deewali jisko
pyaar kisi ka hans ke jaley
aayi deewali ki dulhaniya
jhil mil deep jaley
jhil mil deep jaley

aaaa
birhan ke ghar aayi deewali
birhan ke ghar aayi deewali
sang mein dukhde laayi deewali
sang mein dukhde laayi deewali
lok laaj se darr kar chaahe
lok laaj se darr kar chaahe
us ne kiya singaar bhale
aayi deewali ki dulhaniya

jug jug se koi deepak gaata
jalaa hua dil aur jalaata
apne mann ki pyaas bujhaata
in taaron ki chhaon taley
aayi deewali ki dulhaniya
jhil mil deep jaley
jhil mil deep jaley
jhil mil deep jaley
jhil mil deep jaley

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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आई दिवाली की दुल्हनीया
आई दिवाली की दुल्हनीया
झिलमिल दीप जले
झिलमिल दीप जले
आई दिवाली की दुल्हनीया
फूट पड़े किरणों के झरने
फूट पड़े किरणों के झरने
लागे मन को भले
लागे मन को भले
आई दिवाली की दुल्हनीया

बन ठन कर आए परवाने ॰ ए॰ ए॰ ए॰ ए
जल जल कर दिवाली मनाने
जल जल कर दिवाली मनाने
लोग कहें दिवाली जिसको
लोग कहें दिवाली जिसको
प्यार किसी का हंस के जले
आई दिवाली की दुल्हनीया

आssss
बिरहन के घर आई दिवाली
बिरहन के घर आई दिवाली
संग में दुखड़े लाई दिवाली
संग में दुखड़े लाई दिवाली
लोक लाज से डर कर चाहे
लोक लाज से डर कर चाहे
उसने किया सिंगार भले
आई दिवाली की दुल्हनीया

जुग जुग से कोई दीपक गाता
जला हुआ दिल और जलाता
अपने मन की प्यास बुझाता
इन तारों की छांव झिलमिल दीप जले
झिलमिल दीप जले
तले
आई दिवाली की दुल्हनीया
झिलमिल दीप जले
झिलमिल दीप जले
झिलमिल दीप जले
झिलमिल दीप जले

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The festival season in India begins with the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi and we have one major festival after onther following in quick succession. This is the season that sees people in festive mood and in a mood to spend money and prop up the economy of the nation with their spending. :)

Today (23 october 2014) is deepaawali, easily the biggest festival in India. Legend has it that Lord Ram, after vanquishing Raavan and after completing his vanvas returned to Ayodhya on this day and the people of Ayodhya celebrated the occasion by lighting diyaa in their households.

As far as the business community is concerned, it is the festival of goddess Laxmi, the goddess of wealth. Everyone covets wealth, irrespective of their religious beliefs. So Deepaawali is a festival for all either as worshippers or as suppliers of goods that the worshippers buy. If one digs deep, one will find that the idols of Goddess Laxmi that one buys these days are made in China. :)

People do not just buy items of worship on this occasion, of course. This festival is supposed to be the occasion for splurging on big spending. I do not think that the ancient scriptures that tell us about this festival tell us about spending money on this occasion. “Deepaawali as the auspicious occasion for big spending”-this has to be one of the biggest marketing coup that has been pulled off in India with great success. We are told it is the right occasion for buying cars, mobiles etc. No matter how much one tries,one will fail to find out any references to buying of cars and mobiles on old references of the festival of deepaawali. :) But no one bothers, of couse. So people celebrate deepaawali by buying vehicles manufactured by Japanese, Koreans, German, Americans etc and by buying mobiles manufactures by Koreans, Japanese, Norwegians, Chinese etc. None of these nations celebrate Deepaawali, per se, but it is a big festival for them as well. :)

As far this blog is concerned, deepaawali is a big occasion for us as well. :) We stick to our core competency. Instead of telling our readers to buy something on the occasion, we discuss deepaawali related songs on this occasion. This happens to be the seventh deepaawali for this blog. And come to think of it, seven years of active blogging which saw considerable growth in the scope of the blog, is quite a feat for us.

Here is a song from “Bilwamangal” (1954) on this occasion. As many as eleven (out of twelve) songs have been discussed in the past. I had held on for this twelfth song for several months because this song happens to be a Deewaali song. Today is deewaali, so here is this song from “Bilwamangal” (1954). This song is sung by Suraiyya and C H Atma. D N Madhok is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bulo C Rani.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Nitin Shah.

With this song, “Bilwamangal” (1954) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

And I take this opportunity to with all our readers a very happy and safe Deepaawali and a prosperous new year.


Song-O deewaali ke diye (Bilwamangal)(1954) Singers-Suraiya, CH Atma, Lyrics-D N Madhok, MD-Bulo C Rani

Lyrics(Provided by Nitin Shah)

o deewaali ke diye
o deewaali ke diye
ismein jalta tel hai
ya dil jale unke liye ae
o deewaali ke diye

o deewaali ke diye
aao kisi ki yaad mein
din raat mar mar ke jiyen aen

o deewaali ke diye
din to guzra
raat guzre na hamaari
badhi jaaye hai dil ki beqaraari

dil diya
duniya ke sab dukh le liye
dil diya
duniya ke sab dukh le liye
aankhon aankhon mein kisi ke ham na pyaasa dekhiye ae
o deewaali ke diye

wo bhi aataa
pyaar ko
do par lagaa ke
kathin hai manzilen
ya ??

rakh diye hain dwaar per dil ke diye
rakh diye hain dwaar per dil ke diye
pat khule nainon ke dono hain sajan tere liye
o deewaali ke diye
oh deewaali ke diye


This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Greetings to all companion travelers on this merry musical bandwagon, all readers and friends. This wish wishes to bring the blessings of good health, happiness and peace unto yourselves and your families. May this festival of lights continue to bring sparkle and brightness to home and your life. And may this brightness sustain through the entire coming year, till it is time to refresh and rekindle this greeting all over again.
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“Anjali” (1957) was a Kalakunj Production movie. It was directed by Chetan Anand. The movie had Chetan Anand, Sheila Ramani, Mehmood, Sitara, Nimmi, V. S. Thapa, Sapru, Kumkum, Krishna Dhawan, Kammo, Jagdish Raaj, Misra etc in it.
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“Waaman Avtaar” (1955) was a Bombay Films production. It was directed by Raman B Desai. The movie had Trilok Kapoor, Nirupa Roy, Bipin Gupta, Sapru, Roop Kumar, Yashodhara Katju etc in it.
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Today (3 november 2013) is the festival of Deepaawali, which is easily India’s biggest festival. It is interesting to realise that this is the sixth deepaawali festival for this blog.
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This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular contributor to this blog.

Seven thousand. And the mind says, Goodness, are we already there?

A fabulous pace and a fantastic record. The steady pace with which the team is pulling together is simply marvelous. And more than that, it is Atul ji’s single minded devotion to this endeavor. One can barely begin to imagine the amount of time and effort that he is relentlessly putting in, day in and day out. That is nothing less than fantastic.
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Today (13 november 2012) is Deewaali, the festival of light which is the biggest festival of India. This is a special day for this blog as well. We in this blog seek to light up the days of our readers by discussing by bringing some “new” songs to the notoce of music lovers and we have been doing it for the last half a decade now!
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It is often said that most festival songs that continue to be popular are several decades ago and that the festivals as well as the songs about them were no longer the same.
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Today (13 november 2012) is Deewaali, the festival of light. This is the fifth Deewaali festival for this blog, which is quite an achievement for us, seeing that this blog has not just survived for such a long time, but has in fact progressed and thrived. Now it has become an online collaboration of likeminded music lovers who are contributing their mite and that is helping build up a valuable online musical repository.
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