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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.

Around 11 pm last night it started to drizzle.  Rain on 26th January is not an unheard of, or unexpected thing.  But still, it can dampen the spirit of celebration at this  annual event of national importance.  And so the concern is always there.  When I woke up early this morning, it had drizzled all night long.  Along with the continuing cold temperatures, the clouds and the precipitation foretold a dreary day.  Literally, raining on the parade.

Greetings to all on today’s celebration of the Republic Day of India.  65 years ago today, the Constitution of India was brought into effect, and our nation was declared a Republic.

Despite the wet weather, the things all started and went ahead as per schedule, although when the dignitaries arrived, some were using umbrellas.  As the day marched towards forenoon, the drizzle faded away, making way for a great parade.  Rajpath, the main thoroughfare along which the parade starts, continued to carry a wet look.  I watched the parade in parts on the TV.  I was waiting for the end of the parade when the folk dancing troupes come on.  I recall having seen in earlier years, the dancers either performing barefoot or wearing socks.  But today I noticed that all dancers were wearing light shoes, given the weather and the rainy conditions.

The parades puts on show a collection of social, cultural and martial aspects of our country, which ought to be a matter of pride for us citizens.  As it happens every year, the commentators on the radio and TV channels speak volumes about each army contingent, about the display floats that represent participating states, as well as some institutions like ministries and government departments.  The commentary and the display makes me emotional, both with pride, as well as with regret.  But I will not dissect this discussion further here today.

Back in the 1930s and 40s, when the British were the ‘official’ rulers of this country, this emotion of pride, mixed with indignation about being enslaved by a foreign people, played itself out in many ways, with the people and in the society.  The film media was equally seized with this expression, and it wasn’t uncommon that themes of patriotic fervor found their way into the film storylines, sometimes overtly and most of the times covertly, disguised in many forms.  And in relation to this, it is also not uncommon to find songs of patriotic flavor in many to most films of that era.

I present this song today, from the 1943 film ‘Muskuraahat’.  This is a simple but a lovely song in the voice of Parul Ghosh and accompanying chorus.  Music is by C Ramchandra and the lyrics are by Ishwar Chandra Kapoor.  The film was produced under the banner of Saubhagya Pictures and is directed by Dwarka Khosla, Vedi and Ram Kamlani.  The main cast of actors includes Motilal, Vanmala, Hari Shivdasani, Ghori and Leela Misra.

With a salute to the spirit of this country, and with greetings again, to all.
Listen and enjoy.

Song – Bhaarat Pyaara Desh Hamaara (Muskuraahat) (1943) Singer – Parul Chosh, Lyrics – Ishwar Chandra Kapoor, MD – C Ramchandra
Chorus

Lyrics

bharat pyaara
desh hamaara
haraa bharaa hariaara
desh hamaara
bharat pyaara

bharat pyaara
bharat pyaara
desh hamaara
desh hamaara
haraa bharaa hariaara
desh hamaara
bharat pyaara

ganga jamuna
patit paawani
behti jeevan dhaara
desh hamaara
bharat pyaara

jhanda ooncha rahe watan ka
jhanda ooncha rahe watan ka
taar na toote mere jatan ka
taar na toote mere jatan ka
hindu muslim do rakhwaale
do rakhwaale. . .
hindu muslim do rakhwaale
pyaare is pe waare waare
pyaare is pe waare waare
saare jag se nyaara
saare jag se nyaara
desh hamaara
bharat pyaara

bharat pyaara
desh hamaara
haraa bharaa hariaara
desh hamaara
bharat pyaara

sharmaati hai duniya saari
lalchaati hai dinuya saari
sharmaati hai duniya saari
lalchaati hai dinuya saari
is ki aan naa mitne paaye
is ki aan naa mitne paaye
shaan badhe
shaan badhe
jo jaan hi jaaye
jaan hi jaaye
jaan hi jaaye
jaan hi jaaye
jag ka paalanhaara
jag ka paalanhaara
desh hamaara
bharat pyaara

bharat pyaara
desh hamaara
haraa bharaa hariaara
desh hamaara
bharat pyaara

bharat pyaara
bharat pyaara
desh hamaara
desh hamaara. . .

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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भारत प्यारा
देश हमारा
हरा भरा हरियारा
देश हमारा
भारत प्यारा

भारत प्यारा
भारत प्यारा
देश हमारा
देश हमारा
हरा भरा हरियारा
देश हमारा
भारत प्यारा

गंगा जमुना
पतित पावनी
बहती जीवन धारा
देश हमारा
भारत प्यारा

झण्डा ऊंचा रहे वतन का
झण्डा ऊंचा रहे वतन का
तार न टूटे मेरे जतन का
तार न टूटे मेरे जतन का
हिन्दू मुस्लिम दो रखवाले
दो रखवाले
हिन्दू मुस्लिम दो रखवाले
प्यारे इस पे वारे वारे
प्यारे इस पे वारे वारे
सारे जग से न्यारा
सारे जग से न्यारा
देश हमारा
भारत प्यारा

भारत प्यारा
देश हमारा
हरा भरा हरियारा
देश हमारा
भारत प्यारा

शर्माती है दुनिया सारी
ललचाती है दुनिया सारी
शर्माती है दुनिया सारी
ललचाती है दुनिया सारी
इसकी आन ना मिटने पाये
इसकी आन ना मिटने पाये
शान बढ़े
शान बढ़े
जो जान ही जाये
जान ही जाये
जान ही जाये
जान ही जाये
जग का पालनहारा
जग का पालनहारा
देश हमारा
भारत प्यारा

भारत प्यारा
देश हमारा
हरा भरा हरियारा
देश हमारा
भारत प्यारा

भारत प्यारा
भारत प्यारा
देश हमारा
देश हमारा

 


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Yesterday (24 january 2015) became a dot day for the blog. This normally happens when for some reason I am unable to find time for blogging. In case I am forewarned in advance then I take measures to ensure that at least some posts are made on those days. But sometimes thing happen unexpectedly and that makes all plans go haywire.

Early morning at 5 AM on 24 january 2015, I got the information that I had to urgently leave to a place for official exigencies. Under such circumstances, one has to reach an appointed place within half an hour and leave by a special train from there, which does not wait for anyone. So I ungently got ready and took out the car. My dogs thought that I was taking them for a morning walk by car. They tried to jump in but I prevented them from doing so. They came out of the fence as I was taking out the car. I hoped that they would go back within the fence after some time through numerous breaches familiar to them. But after I drove a kilometer or so, I realised that some dogs were barking furiously. On looking at the rear window, I realised that Chhote and Bhhole were giving me hot pursuit by running behind the car and street dogs were barking at them. I stopped the car and tried to get the two of them to jump into the car. But both Chhote and Bhhole were in a mood for some barking contest with the street dogs. With great difficulty, I managed to bundle them inside the car. I returned back and pushed them back inside the fence through the door and then left again, hoping that they would not come behind me again after coming out through some other breach. Fortunately then did not do that. I left my car at the place where the train was waiting and boarded that.

I stayed out the entire day and also for much of the next day (viz today 25 january 2015). So my cherished new year resolution of posting one YIPPEE song every day had finally been broken. I can take solace from the realisation that it did not happen because of any weakening of my resolve, but because of unexpected exigencies.

What has happened has happened. I have arrived back by about 4 PM. Now let me try and make sure that some posts (including a YIPPEE post) is posted today.

Here is a song from “Village Girl” (1945). This song is sung by Noorjahaan and it is picturised on her as well. Wali Sahab is the lyricist. Shyam Sundar is the music director.

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

This is the eleventh song of the movie and the penultimate of the 12 songs mentioned in HFGK. So this is not the YIPPEE song for the day. Can we coin a term like semi YIPPEE song for the penultimate songs of movies. :) I have some other YIPPEE songs available for discussion today too.


Song-Sajan pardesi balam pardesi (Village Girl)(1945) Lyrics- Noorjahaan, Lyrics-Wali Sahab, MD-Shyam Sundar

Lyrics (Provided by Nitin Shah)

sajan pardesi
balam pardesi
ho o
man ko sataaye
jalaaye
jalan na jaane raam
sajan pardesi
balam pardesi
ho o
man ko sataaye
jalaaye
jalan na jaanoon raam

kar ke dil ko apne bas mein
kar ke dil ko apne bas mein
tod gaye sab apni qasmein
tod gaye sab apni qasmein
baithhi hoon aas lagaaye
chain na aaye
sataaye
jalan na jaanoon raam
sajan pardesi
balam pardesi
ho o
man ko sataaye
jalaaye
jalan na jaanoon raam

jee bhar ke na unse kheli
jee bhar ke na unse kheli
chhod gaye ae
chhod gaye
chhod gaye wo mujhe akeli
chhod gaye wo mujhe akeli
keh na gaye kuchh haaye
chain na aaye
sataaye
jalan na jaanoon raam
sajan pardesi
balam pardesi
ho o
man ko sataaye
jalaaye
jalan na jaanoon raam…

bhar bhar aayen aansoon apne
bhar bhar aayen aansoon apne
ho gaye mushqil aankh mein rakhne
ho gaye mushqil aankh mein rakhne
dard hamen tadpaaye
chain na aaye
sataaye
jalan na jaanoon raam
sajan pardesi
balam pardesi
ho o
man ko sataaye
jalaaye
jalan na jaane raam


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“Anand Ashram”(1977) was produced and directed by Shakti Samanta. The movie had Ashok Kumar, Asit Sen, Uttam Kumar, Sharmila Tagore, Utpal Dutt, Anita Guha/Dutta, Prema Narayan, Master Alankar Joshi, Rakesh Roshan, Moushumi Chatterjee, Manik Dutta, Chandrima Bhaduri, C.S.Dubey, Amal,Manik, Rajat, Shanti, Samar Roy, Nazir, Ravi, D.Sinha, Ratan, Tushar, Dolly, Jyoti etc in it.
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“Paapi”(1953) was a Ranjit Movietone movie. It had Raj Kapoor (in double role) and Nargis in lead roles. The movie is about mistaken identity of the two Raj Kapoors.
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“Zid”(1945) was directed by H S Rawail for Bharat Laxmi Pictures. The movie had Ramola, Hiralal, Sundar, Zahoor Shah , Manorama, Ramesh Sinha etc in it.
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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.

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