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Going through the posts in the blog does not give an indication of my whereabouts at the time of posting, unless I mention it. When I think about it, I have been to several places in the last few months and my posts have been made from places like Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Delhi, Gujarat, Maharashtra etc in addition to my present day location in Chattisgarh. Even in Chhattisgarh, I do not remain at one fixed place all the time.

To a person living in Delhi, Bilaspur is a town in Himachal Pradesh, Kota is a town in Rajasthan and Korea is a country famous for Samsung and Hyundai etc. But for people in Chhattisgarh, Bilaspur is a town in Chhattisgarh, Kota is a town near Bilaspur and Korea (spelled Koriya in English while the Hindi spelling is Identical to the country) is a district in Chhattisgarh ! :) And I find myself in Koriya at present ! :)

It was known to me yesterday that I was going to this place (I was not aware at that time that I was going to a place in Koriya) where I would remmain for the whole day. Realising that I may not find much time to post on that day from this location, I did something new. WordPress has the facility of puublishing posts at any date and time, including future dates. So I scheduled two posts to be published automatically on this day. So at least these two posts were guaranteed to be posted on this day even if I was not able to come anywhere near internet.

First of these posts was scheduled to be posted as around 2 AM in the early hours. So this post got published while I was in reality asleep aboard a train going towards my destination. Sudhir Ji, who was awake at that time thought that I was awake as well and e mailed me commenting “Ah, burning the midnight oil, are we !”. In reality I was fast asleep at that moment and I was allowing technology to do the work for me. :) Waah, so I too can be tech savvy sometimes. :)

When I arrived at the destination and opened my computer, I quickly grasped the fact that internet connection was going to be a big problem. I was informed that this place has good electricity supply. But good internet connectivity is not something people in this area may be too concerned about. I have a few drafts ready in the blog and I need to publish them alongwith my writeups, like this one, but I am waiting patiently for that page to open up in the first place.

This song is from “Paraayi Aag” (1948). It is sung by Zohrabai Ambalewaali. Tanvir Naqvi is the lyricist. Music is composed by GHulam Mohammad.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala.


Song-Man geet suhaane gaaye (Paraayee Aag)(1948) Singer-Zohrabai Ambalewaali, Lyrics-Tanvir Naqvi, MD-Ghulam Mohammad

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Man geet suhaane gaaye ae ae ae
kyun
kuchh samajh na aaye
man geet suhaane gaaye ae ae
kyun
kuchh samajh na aaye

aaj mundere ae kaaga bole
aaj mundere ae kaaga bole
kaun jaane aaye
kaun jaane aaye ae
man geet suhaane gaaye ae ae
kyun
kuchh samajh na aaye

rom rom mein ae
ang ang mein
rom rom mein ae ae
ang ang mein
bijli si lehraaye ae ae
kyun
kuchh samajh mein na aaye
bijli si lehraaye
kyun
kuchh samajh na aaye
kan geet suhaane gaaye ae ae
kyun
kuchh samajh na aaye

ho o o o
dil se kaisi hain aashaayein
naach naach deewaane
ho o o o
dil se kaisi hain aashaayein
naach naach deewaane
dhak dhak har dhadkan gaati hai
madhur madhur se gaane
dhak dhak har dhadkan gaati hai
madhur madhur se gaane
har aashaa muskaaye ae ae
kyun
kuchh samajh na aaye
har aashaa muskaaye ae ae
kyun
kuchh samajh na aaye
man geet suhaane gaaye ae ae
kyun
kuchh samajh na aaye

ho o o
man matwaala aankh kinaare
yoon hichkhole khaaye
ho o o
man matwaala
aankh kinaare ae
yoon hichkhole khaaye
tat par jaise naiyya koi
Lehron pe lehraaye ae
tat par jaise naiyya koi
Lehron pe lehraaye ae
Lehron pe lehraaye ae ae
kyun
kuchh samajh na aaye
Lehron pe lehraaye ae ae
kyun
kuchh samajh na aaye
man geet suhaane gaaye ae ae
kyun
kuchh samajh na aaye

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So, we reached yet another century of songs yesterday (16 august 2014), viz song number 10100. After the great excitement and anticipation associated with the 10,000th song, this next century song almost went unnoticed. :) In one of the few comments that were made in it, it was mentioned by Raja that the 10k th song appeared to have been posted just a few days back. In reality that was four weeks back. So this century took nearly one month and that is slow going by the standards of 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. 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.

Some songs do this to you. You may be reading the mukhdaa, off and on, for days, or even months. And still it does not ring a bell anywhere. The memory of that song is so well buried under layers and layers of other things that merely the words do not mean anything. But put it on the player and let the sound come to you. The connect is immediate, and suddenly the miles thick layer of forgetfulness evaporates in one blink of the eye. You will immediately want to get up, and just move – OMG, this is the song. . . after so many years. . . literally in my face for oh so long . . . goodness. And if the song is as full of delight as this one, you will not be able to control the urge to dance along, or may be just tap your feet, or maybe just drum with your fingers, and surely you will want to sing along. And all the while, thanking whoever makes such things happen, that you have re-discovered this song. Like meeting a very very dear friend, unexpectedly, after years of being away. Isn’t that feeling. . . just simply absolutely fantastic.
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“Shakuntala” (1943), as the name suggests, was about the mythological tale of Shakuntala and Dushyanta as contained in Mahabharat. Shakuntala’s son was Bharat (according to legends-the county was named after him) and his descendents were Kaurav and Pandav. The tale of Shakuntala was described by Kalidas in his Sanskrit drama called “Abhigyaan Shankuntalam”.
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“Goonj” (1952) was directed by Phani Majumdar for Kwatra Art Productions. The movie was produced by Harcharan Singh Kwatra. The movie had Suraiya, Suresh, Sapru, Majnoo, Ramesh Thakur, Madan Puri, Randhir, Urvashi, Praveen, Rajni, Uma Devi, Moti Sood, Jugal, Gadadhar Sharma, Darpan, Ravikant, Bhag Singh Joshi, Sohan, Bhagwan etc. in it.
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“Ganga Tera Paani Amrit” (1972) was produced and directed by Virendra Sharma. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Navin Nischol, Rehman, Yogeeta Bali, Shatrughan Sinha, Nirupa Roy, Achla Sachdev, Pandhari Bhai, Nana Palsikar, Tiwari, Ramesh Deo, Jagdeep, Pran, Narendranath, Jayshree T. etc in it.
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“Khilaadi” (1950) was produced and directed by R C Talwar. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Suraiya, Kumar, Indu, E. Tarapore, Anoop Kumar, Narbada Shanker, Sunder, Cuckoo etc in it.
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“Shakti” (1948) was directed by S I Hassan for Greater Bombay Pictures production. The movie had Karan Dewan, Suraiyya, Kailash, Sofia, Maya Devi, Seeta Bose, Cuckoo, Mumtaz Ali, Murad etc in it.
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“Dil”(1946) was directed by S F Hasnain. The movie had Noorjahaan, Abdul Latif, Baby Zubaida, Amina etc in it.
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“For Ladies Only” (1951) was a Jaimini Dewan Production movie. It was directed by Vedi and the movie had Satish, Sadana Bose, Roopa Verman, Kuldeep Kaur etc in it.
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