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This article is written by Aparna H M, 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.

My first post was about a girl singing about how she is feeling after falling in love. The next post was about the feelings of a girl about to be married. This one is about a girl who is being teased for her strange behavior after falling in love with the eternal one, “Krishna”. Hindi films are mostly about love in different settings, situations. Some probably think that this limits the scope of our films. But I say, why not? We should celebrate the strongest of emotions which is love, isn’t it? If all people start loving each other and there is no hatred …… This belongs to an utopian world, like my favorite song “aa chal ke tujhe”. If only this is possible….

The song has been listed as one of his favorites by AKji of “Songs of Yore”. The simple lyrics are by Rajinder Krishan and music composition is by the hugely talented Chitraguptji. I think I have loved almost all the songs that I have listened to which are composed by him. Music sounds simple but when you try to sing along, you know the difficulties. Sung by Lata, it sounds as though it is sung by a very young innocent girl. She also sounds so sweet that she gave me diabetes. :)

This dance-song is from a movie called Kangan which was released in 1959. The star cast includes Ashok Kumar, Nirupa Roy, Poornima, Naaz, Daisy Irani etc. The movie seems to be full of enchanting songs and I hope that the regulars find this song enchanting too. The song is picturized in a restaurant in which Naaz is performing on stage. She is just dancing and not lip-synching. It is sung by Poornima who is also playing sitar. The guests include Ashok Kumar, Nirupa Roy, Daisy Irani and a person who looks like a villain. There is a small snippet during which Ashok Kumar tries to become romantic and is admonished by his wife Nirupa Roy. PDA is not welcome though she enjoys it secretly. Poor thing, Dadamoni, what did he do to deserve it!! But our heroine allowed herself to dream. She takes the position of Poornima and starts singing in snatches. She does not take the place of Naaz as probably she, in reality thought she cannot dance :)

The love mentioned here is between Radha and Krishna. Radha, eager to meet her beloved pretends that she has to fetch water from Jamuna. Alas, today’s girls don’t get to do this. Simple bahaanas don’t work nowadays, girls have to be innovative. By pretending so, Radha becomes the target of teasing by her sakhis. Sakhis very well know that her intention is to enjoy and make merry with Krishna. Her anklets make pleasant sounds as she walks. She has adopted the “thumak thumak” style of walking. Her friends have seen that Radha is always lost in thoughts and has become a puzzle for them. Poor thing, she has forgotten her body and soul and also forgotten about the mirror. Mirror is of no use to her since she has lost the habit of make-up (let us say that this is a bad translation of ‘haar singaar’ :). There is another kind of love in which the girl is perpetually worried about looks and dress. She is always sitting in front of the mirror, either “make-up” lagaatee rehti hai yaa aayina ghoorti rehti hai aur sapne dekhti rehti hai. But Radha is so smitten in love that she thinks only about Krishna and has blissfully forgotten her being itself. This is perhaps an example of devotion/love of the highest standards.

The sakhi who is singing is cautioning others girls that love is bad, it makes you forget your hearth and the earth. Only who has gone through it understands the pain of love. So girls, beware of love !


Song-Dekho paniya bharan ke bahaane (Kangan)(1959) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Chitragupta

Lyrics

dekho paniya bharan ke bahaane
bahaane
dekho paniya bharan ke baahane
bahaane
chali jamuna ki oar
radha us chit chor sang raas rachaane
dekho paniya bharan ke baahane

paayal chhamke ghunghru chanke
thumak thumak chale chaal albeli
preet mein kho ke ban gayi raadha ek paheli
saanwre ne dekha kya raadhika kaahe jaani
dekho paniya bharan ke bahaane
bahaane
dekho paniya bharan ke bahaane

tan man bhoola
darpan bhoola
bhool gayi hai raadha haar singaar bhi
tan man bhoola
darpan bhoola
bhool gayi hai raadha haar singaar bhi
sun ri sakhi
ye pyaar bura hai
ghar bhi chhuda de aur sansaar bhi
jis tan laage ji wahi tan jaane
dekho paniya bharan ke bahaane
bahaane
dekho paniya bharan ke bahaane
bahaane
chali jamuna ki oar
raadha us chit chor sang raas rachaane
dekho paniya bharan ke bahaane
baahaane
dekho paniya bharan ke baahane

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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.

It was a message earlier in the morning yesterday. It was a reminder email from Khyati Ben, that 25th July 2014 is the 95th birth anniversary of the renowned music director, Sudhir Phadke. This post is on her request. The wonderful and unique song is also her suggestion, and the lyrics are provided by her.

Sudhir Phadke – a name that is forever going to be known for the iconic, very traditional, very homely “Jyoti Kalash Chhalke” . This magical composition, created over five decades ago, has gone down in the history of Hindi film music as one of the all time great songs ever. The verses by Pt Narendra Sharma, and the mellifluous voice of Lata ji, are both strung together into the beautiful tapestry of Raag Bhopali by Sudhir Phadke. A magic of music has never sounded so perfect, so pure, so complete, so fulfilling and so pleasing.

He is a legendary figure in Maharashrtra an Marathi music. He has composed the music for ‘Geet Ramayan’, a simple translation of Sant Tulsidas’ epic into Marathi by the renowned poet, GD Madgulkar. The entire theatrical creation includes 56 songs. In their original presentation on stage and as a radio play, the singers who have sung these 56 songs include Manik Varma, Lalita Deulkar, Lata Mangeshkar, Sudhir Phadke himself, Vasantrao Deshpande, Ram Phatak, and Usha Atre amongst others.

This creation has made him a household name wherever Marathi is spoken. Stage performances of the program continue to draw huge crowds even today.

The composition of “Jyoti Kalash Chhalke” came in 1961. After the passage of five decades in history, most people are not aware of a minor detail – i.e. 1961 was nearly the end of his career in Hindi films. He did one more film in 1962 (‘Pyaar Ki Jeet’), and then one more after a gap of 10 years in 1972 (‘Daraar’). This song from 1961 stands out as a shining beacon in his career. He is best known for this iconic composition. But if we look back into his career of the prior fifteen years, there is a long list of very melodious and endearing songs that comes to mind. The gleeful “Din Hai Suhaan Aaj Pehli Taarikh Hai” (‘Pehli Taarikh’, 1954), is created by him. Some other very wonderful compositions that have come from his baton are “Main Taaron Ki Odh Chunariyaa” (‘Rukmini Swyamvar’, 1946), “Saawan Ki Ghataao Tum Dheere Dheera Aana” and “Taqdeer Mein Likha Hai Meri Thokaren Khana” (‘Aage Badho’, 1947), “Dil Ro Rahaa Hai Hum Gaa Rahe Hain” (‘Apradhi’, 1949), “Birhaa Sataaye Bairi” and “Aaj Ki Raat Niraali Hai” (‘Jai Bheem’, 1949), “Naino Se Bahe Jal Ki Dhaara, Man Mein Mere Angaare Hain” and “Mann Saunp Diya Anjaane Mein” (‘Maalti Maadhav’, 1951), “Nain Se Nain Mila Lo, Man Se Man Ko Uljha Lo” (‘Gaj Gauri’, 1958), “Matke Pe Matka, Khaali Nahin Jaata Nishaana Natkhat Kaa” (‘Gokul Ka Chor’, 1959) and many more such beautiful melodies that are his creation.

Sudhir Phadke was born in Kolhapur in 1919. His name at birth was Ram Phadke, which is later changed, when he started working with HMV. With the passing away of his mother in 1929, the ten year old moved to Bombay with family. His interest and aptitude for music brought him to Maharashtra Sangeet Vidyalaya, where he received formal education and training. He also learnt at the feet of Pt Wamanrao Padhye of the Gwalior gharana, and Dr Bhajker, another renowned exponent of classical music in his times. In 1943 , he joined the gramophone company, HMV, and worked there till 1945. At HMV, he met with Vasudev G Bhatkar, who would later be more famous as Snehal Bhatkar. This was a lasting friendship, which also brought the young Sudhir in touch with the film industry. In collaboration with Vasudev Bhatkar, his first film as music director was ‘Rukmini Swyamvar’ in 1946. In parallel he also got his first break as an independent music direction with the film ‘Golkul’ also in 1946. In 1949, while recording the songs of ‘Jai Bheem’, a mutual attraction arose between the music director and one of his singers in this film, Lalita Deolkar. They were married the same year.

In a career that lasted a little over 15 years in Hindi cinema, he composed approximately a 120 songs for about 20 films. His mainstay, however has been the Marathi Bhaavgeet and music for Marathi films, that has made him a household name in Maharashtra. Compared to his stint with Hindi films, in Marathi cinema, he has composed music for over eighty films. During the last phase of his life, he was working to produce a biographical film on Veer Saavarkar. This film was not completed, however some songs were recorded.

Sudhir Phadke passed away on 29th July 2002, at the age of 83.

I had mentioned in the intro paragraph of this article that this is a very unique song. In her message, Khyati Ben explained this uniqueness as follows. As per the verses of this song, it is clear that on screen, this song is sung by the character of Devki. Readers are familiar with the history of the birth of Lord Krsna. He is born to Devki and Vasudev as their eighth child, while they have been incarcerated in prison, by Kamsa, the brother of Devki. On the night of His birth, by divine intervention, the baby child is carried in a basket by Vasudev and is deposited in the home of Nand and Yashoda in Gokul. All this while everyone is in deep sleep. Vasudev returns from Gokul carrying back the girl child of Yashoda.

The suffering and hardship of prison life, continue to be the bane of Devki’s and Vasudev’s lives. Their freedom comes when eleven years later, young Krsna comes to Mathura. He pulls down Kamsa from his throne and takes his life with a single blow. This episode is very well known.

But the fact is that Devki and Vasudev are condemned to spend another 11 years in prison, before being liberated. This song is most likely placed during that period of eleven years, as Devki calls out to her son, asking to be delivered from this life in prison. Going by our awareness of the variety of Hindi film songs abour Krsna, the experience is that almost all songs of motherly love and invocation are sung by Yashoda. In my awareness, this is probably the only song I have come across, which is apparently sung by Devki. That is what makes this song so unique.

The singing voice is that of Lata ji. The verses are from the pen of Pt Narendra Sharma. The melody created by Sudhir Phadke is based on Raag Mishr Maalkauns. Another very touching and very traditional creation from this team of artists.

Listen and enjoy.

(And thanks once again to Khyati Ben, for prompting to write this post on the venerable music director.)


Song-Tum suno suno ghanshyaam (Gokul Ka Chor)(1959) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Narendra Sharma, MD-Sudhir Phadke
Chorus

Lyrics

suno . . o o
suno . . o o
suno . . o o
suno . . o o
suno . . o o
suno . . o o
jhan jhanan jhanan
jhan jhanan jhanan
jhan jhanan jhanan
jhan jhanan jhanan
hathkadiyon ki jhankaar suno
dukhiyon ka haahaakaar suno
suno suno Ghanshyaam

suno . . o o
(tum suno suno Ghanshyaam)
suno . . o o
(suno suno Ghanshyaam)

peedaa ka kaaraagaar hoon main
mamta ka luta sansaar hoon main
aansoo jal ki majhdhaar hoon main
us paar ho tum
is paar hoon main
tum meri god ke laalan ho
jag ke hey paalan haar suno
jag ke paalan haar suno
hathkadiyon ki jhankaar suno
dukhiyon ka haahaakaar suno
suno suno ghanshyaam

suno . . o o
(tum suno suno Ghanshyaam)
suno . . o o
(suno suno Ghanshyaam)

chhalkaa kar ras ki gaagariya
baj chuki bahut din baansuriya
o vaasudev nat naagariya
ab aa jaao na baawariya
hain dase vishaile naag abhi
ye zehr bhari fufkaar suno
zehr bhari fufkaar suno
hathkadiyon ki jhankaar suno
dukhiyon ka haahaakaar suno
suno suno Ghanshyaam

suno . . o o
(tum suno suno Ghanshyaam)
suno . . o o
(suno suno Ghanshyaam)
suno . . o o
(tum suno suno Ghanshyaam)
suno . . o o
(suno suno Ghanshyaam)
suno . . o o
(tum suno suno Ghanshyaam)
suno . . o o
(suno suno Ghanshyaam)

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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सुनो ओ ओ
सुनो ओ ओ
सुनो ओ ओ
सुनो ओ ओ
सुनो ओ ओ
सुनो ओ ओ
झन झनन झनन
झन झनन झनन
झन झनन झनन
झन झनन झनन
हथकड़ियों की झंकार सुनो
दुखियों का हाहाकार सुनो
सुनो सुनो घनश्याम

सुनो ओ ओ
(तुम सुनो सुनो घनश्याम)
सुनो ओ ओ
(सुनो सुनो घनश्याम)

पीड़ा का कारागार हूँ मैं
ममता का लुटा संसार हूँ मैं
आँसू जल की मँझधार हूं मैं
उस पार हो तुम
ईस पार हूँ मैं
तुम मेरी गोद के लालन हो
जग के हे पालनहार सुनो
जग के पालनहार सुनो
हथकड़ियों की झंकार सुनो
दुखियों का हाहाकार सुनो
सुनो सुनो घनश्याम

सुनो ओ ओ
(तुम सुनो सुनो घनश्याम)
सुनो ओ ओ
(सुनो सुनो घनश्याम)

छलका कर रस की गागरीया
बज की चुकी बहुत दिन बांसुरिया
ओ वासुदेव नाट नागरिया
हैं डसे विषैले नाग अभी
ये ज़हर भरी फुफकार सुनो
ज़हर भरी फुफकार सुनो
हथकड़ियों की झंकार सुनो
दुखियों का हाहाकार सुनो
सुनो सुनो घनश्याम

सुनो ओ ओ
(तुम सुनो सुनो घनश्याम)
सुनो ओ ओ
(सुनो सुनो घनश्याम)
सुनो ओ ओ
(तुम सुनो सुनो घनश्याम)
सुनो ओ ओ
(सुनो सुनो घनश्याम)
सुनो ओ ओ
(तुम सुनो सुनो घनश्याम)
सुनो ओ ओ
(सुनो सुनो घनश्याम)


This article is written by Shekhar Gupta, 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.

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Atul Song-A-Day 10K Song Milestone Celebrations – 30
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Sudhir ji, one of the Atulite stalwarts, kindly alerted me in mid-April about the impending big event of Bicenquinquagenary or the 10,000th posting on Atul ji’s Song-a-Day Blog sometime in May or June 2014 … and suggested that like other Atulites, I too should submit a special write-up on the occasion.
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BHAJAN MALA-GOLDEN 50s (Pushp-4)
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In India there are at least two places where true secularism is strictly followed. One of them is our Armed Forces. There is no discrimination in the Armed Forces on Religion/race/caste/colour or State. In almost every Army establishment you will find a Mosque,a Mandir and a Church along with a common hall for meditation for all other faiths. People from all states join the Forces. One may say,why then are there Jaat Regiments, Maratha Regiments, Mahar Regiments, Punjab Regiments ? It must be understood that these are the names given by the Britishers to recognise the special qualities of that region. It has nothing to do with Caste or Language. The Commandant of a Maratha Regiment can be a Punjabi officer also.
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“Sanyaasi” (1945) was produced and directed by A K Kardar. The movie had Ghulam Mohammad (actor- different from the music director), Shamim Bano, Amar, Shyam Kumar etc in it.
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“Punar Milan” (1964) was produced and directed by Ravindra Dave for Nagina Films. The movie had Balraj Sahni, Leela Chitnis, Jagdeep, Shashikala, Ameeta, Padma devi, Mumtaz Begum, Asit Sen, Amarnath, Raja Nene, Narmada Shankar, Gulshan, Child Shaheed, Shyamlal, Aruna etc in it.
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“Mukhda” (1951) was a Shorey Films Production. It was produced and directed by Roop K Shorey. The movie had Satish, Kuldip Kaur, Majnu, Neeta, Siddiqui, Kukku etc in it.
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“Resham”(1952) was directed by Lekhraj Bhakri for Jubilee pictures. The movie had Jairaj, Suraiya, Sapru, Naaz, Achla Sachdev, Khurshid, Ramesh Thakur, Jagdish, Sundar etc in it.
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As this blog had continued on its onward journey from its humble beginning in July 2008, we have come across many festivals and we have discussed songs related to those festivals on those occasions. Unlike radio and TV stations, we in this blog do not repeat songs again and so I was always under the apprehension that I would run out of festival songs after some time. This is the sixth Holi festival for this blog. I find that I keep discovering “new” Holi songs even now. Moreover, our extremely knowledgeable readers and contributors continue to unearth “new” songs for these occasions.
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Today (17 march 2014) is Holi, the festival of colour. And unbelievably, this is the sixth Holi festival occasion for this blog.
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