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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.

The vast ocean of the Hindi film songs contains innumerable gems that lie hidden from the eyes, in the depths.  These gems, overshadowed by the waves of the popular melodies, more often than not, are even more endearing and more heartwarming than the popular tunes that capture the attention of the listening public.  And it is the true connoisseurs of this art that will delve into the deep to search out such gems.  It is these connoisseurs that value the sounds of the voices such as Suman Kalyanpur.

Greetings and best wishes to Suman Kalyanpur ji, on her birth anniversary (28th January).

Be it the sounds of sheer joy and abandon as in “Aha Aha Aa Ye Suhana Safar” (‘Suhana Safar’, 1970), or the voice emerging from the soothing depths of serene love as in “Chale Ja Chale Ja Chale Ja, Jahaan Pyaar Miley” (‘Jahaan Pyaar Miley’, 1969); or be it the vivacious tunes in foot tapping rhythms, as in “Aaj Kal Tere Mere Pyaar Ke Charche Har Zabaan Par” (‘Brahmchari’, 1968) or the sedate beauty of the classical mould as in “Aj Hoon Na Aaye Baalamwa, Saawan Beeta Jaaye” (‘Saanjh Aur Savera’, 1964),  the  voice of Suman ji conveys the emotions in all its shades.  As one of the senior artists, she may not be active in the industry, but she continues to delight the listeners with memories of the melodies that are forever.  A few months ago, she was in Delhi, and presented a stage program that was a mix of Hindi and Marathi songs and bhajans.  The evening was enchantment itself, as she sang number after number in her voice that still sounds as young and without any strain.

(Note: for a little more detailed bio sketch, I refer to the article accompanying the song “Nazar Ka Mil Ke Jhuk Jaana”, posted earlier.)

For today’s greetings, I present this song that from the 1968 film ‘Jyot Jale’, that has been sent in by Khyati Behn.  In her message accompanying the lyrics, she says,

“I am not familiar with the movie but looking at this song and the others listed in the Geet Kosh, the film seems similar to ‘Jaagriti’ (1954), including the presence of Abhi Bhattacharya in both the films. This song reminds me of other prayer songs – “Hum Ko Mann Ki Shakti Dena” (‘Guddi’, 1971), “Itni Shakti Hamen Dena Daata” (‘Ankush’, 1986) and “Hamen Un Raahon Par Chalna Hai” (‘Maasoom’, (1960).”

The song is written by Govind Moonis (this is his second song to be showcased on our blog).  Music composition is by Basant Prakash.  Folks will remember that he is the younger brother of famous music director Khemchand Prakash.   I was a little intrigued by seeing this name in a film from 1968.  And quite so, as I scanned the Geet Kosh, I find that this is the last film for which Basant Prakash composed the music.  His career in films starts in 1951, in which he shared the music direction credits with his then late brother, Khemchand Prakash.  From 1951 to this film in 1968, he has given music in eleven films.

The film is produced by Supra Pictures and is directed by Satyen Bose.  The cast of actors is quite detailed, apparently to include a fair number of students and teachers that would be part of such a storyline.  The names include Mahaveer, Nirupa Roy, Abhi Bhattacharya, Tarun Bose, Pardesi, Kundan, Asit Sen, Krishan Dhawan, Shahu Modak, Shanu, Seeta, Anoop, Bhandari, Rajendra, Azeez, Anwar, Farooq Merchant, Mehmood, Farooq Kadawala, Arun Kumar, Prakash Mishra, Bhola, Jerry, Updesh, Vallabh, Manik Dutt, V Gopal, Anil Kumar, Madhup Sharma, Lalit Kapoor, Champaklala, Shekhar Purohit, Vinod Sharma, Ravikant, Bazid Khan, Kesari, Moolchand, Ujagar Singh, Darshan, Bihari, and Vasundhara Devi etc.  Now I am just guessing here – the name Mahaveer is probably of the child who is apparently the lead character in the film, and who appears in this video clip, right at the start and continues to be in focus through the song.  We can also see Abhi Bhattacharya, who is sitting in a chair, with a bandage on his head.  The song is being sung by a girl child artist whom I am not able to identify.  I request other friends and readers to help identify her.

A very soothing listen to the ears, the melody slowly overtakes the mind, and continues to play.  A rousing invocation, very softly presented.  A pleasing and heartwarming song.  Enjoy.

Greetings again, and best wishes for good health, peace and happiness to Suman ji.

Song – Aao Hey Jyotirmaya Aao (Jyot Jale) (1968) Singer – Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics – Govind Moonis, MD – Basant Prakash
Chorus

Lyrics (Provided by Khyati Bhatt)

aa..o…..
aa..o ….
aao he jyotirmay aao

aakaash ujaale se bhar do
kirnon mein jag ko apnaao
jeewan ki raah ujaagar ho
aao he jyotirmay aao
aao he jyotirmay aao
aakaash ujaale se bhar do

aao phir nirmal dhoop khile
dharti se door andhera ho
sab soney waale jaag utthen
aisa ye naya sawera ho
praanon mein tej bharo apna
moti se ujle mann kar do
bhar do har gaagar amrit se
aise hey karunamay aao
aise hey karunamay aao
aakaash ujaale se bhar do
kirnon mein jag ko apnaao
jeewan ki raah ujaagar ho
aao he jyotirmay aao
aao he jyotirmay aao
aakaash ujaale se bhar do

aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aa

kaanton mein jo pag bhatke hai
unko phoolon ka pyaar miley
jinke madhuban bhi ujde hai
unko phir nayi bahaar miley
hmm mmmmm mmmmm
vanshi ke ush ke swar phooten
har swar mein goonj tumhaari ho
dharti par swarg utar aaye
aise hey mangalmay aao
aise hey mangalmay aao
aakaash ujaale se bhar do
kirnon mein jag ko apnaao
jeewan ki raah ujaagar ho
aao he jyotirmay aao
aao he jyotirmay aao
aakaash ujaale se bhar do
kirnon mein jag ko apnaao
jeewan ki raah ujaagar ho
aao he jyotirmay aao
aao he jyotirmay aao
aao he jyotirmay aao
aao he jyotirmay aao

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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आ॰॰ओ
आ॰॰ओ
आओ हे ज्योतिर्मय आओ

आकाश उजाले से भर दो
किरणों में जग को अपनाओ
जीवन की राह उजागर हो
आओ हे ज्योतिर्मय आओ
आओ हे ज्योतिर्मय आओ
आकाश उजाले से भर दो

आओ फिर निर्मल धूप खिले
धरती से दूर अंधेरा हो
सब सोने वाले जाग उठें
ऐसा ये नया सवेरा हो
प्राणों में तेज भरो अपना
मोती से उजले मन कर दो
भर दो हर गागर अमृत से
ऐसे हे करुणामय आओ
ऐसे हे करुणामय आओ
आकाश उजाले से भर दो
किरणों में जग को अपनाओ
जीवन की राह उजागर हो
आओ हे ज्योतिर्मय आओ
आओ हे ज्योतिर्मय आओ
आकाश उजाले से भर दो

आ आ आ आ आ
आ आ आ आ

काँटों में जो पग भटके हैं
उनको फूलों का प्यार मिले
जिनके मधुबन भी उजड़े हैं
उनको फिर नई बहार मिले
हम्ममम मम्ममम मम्ममम
वंशी के अश के स्वर फूटें
हर स्वर में गूंज तुम्हारी हो
धरती पर स्वर्ग उतर आए
ऐसे हे मंगलमय आओ
ऐसे हे मंगलमय आओ
आकाश उजाले से भर दो
किरणों में जग को अपनाओ
जीवन की राह उजागर हो
आओ हे ज्योतिर्मय आओ
आओ हे ज्योतिर्मय आओ
आकाश उजाले से भर दो
किरणों में जग को अपनाओ
जीवन की राह उजागर हो
आओ हे ज्योतिर्मय आओ
आओ हे ज्योतिर्मय आओ
आओ हे ज्योतिर्मय आओ
आओ हे ज्योतिर्मय आओ


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“Jai Bhawaani”(1961) was directed by Dhirubhai Desai for Prabha Pictures, Bomnay. The movie had Jayshree Gadkar, Manhar Desai, Lata Sinha, Sapnu, Veena, Niranjan Sharma, Ram Mohan etc in it.
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“Dekha Jaayegaa”(1960) is as obscure a movie asny. This quintessential B movie was produced by Ravi Kapoor and directed by O P Khanna for Marvel Productions, Bombay. The movie had Kamran, Lilian, Nasreen, Amarnath, Sherry, Kumud Tripathi, Amrit Rana, Sukhdev, Soni, Mohan Modi, Zippy, Robert, Dilip, Haroon, Kader, Ahmad, Badshah, Ibrahim, Gulaab, Moti (the dog) 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.

Greetings to Faryal on her birthday today (3rd November).

When she appeared on the film scene in 1965-66, the she was christened as the Sophia Loren of the Indian film industry. Considered to be one of the more daring cabaret dancers on screen, she actually expressed her extreme dislike for it, stating that primarily she is not a dancer, she never trained to be. But that is the industry and the type casting for you.
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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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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 is now a time tested experience. If I need to locate a real gem of a song for a particular artist, I simply search for one in completely obscure films that one may have just heard of. This technique has served well on many occasions in the past. And once again today. For this post, I wanted to locate a song that befits the memories of the artist. And as I checked out the films, I narrowed down on this one – ‘Dark Street’ from 1961. As I checked the song lists of this film, sure enough, hiding away here in this almost unknown film is this gem of a melody that is created by Dattaram.

Remembering Dattaram on the anniversary of his passing away today (8th June).
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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.

Aah, the wonderful world of Chitragupt’s melodies. A composer par excellence, whose creations do never cease to surprise, as one continues to come encounter heretofore songs that seemed to have got lost in the folds of time. This song today is a very old friend from the radio listening days, that dipped below the horizons of memories for some time.
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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.

What may be a good definition of a friend? I am sure everyone will have many an answer to this question. I would like to add this following definition to that list today. A good friend is one who will remind you of a wonderful melodious song, that you may have heard long back, and have forgotten about it, or maybe you have not heard it and he or she introduced you to it. Aa ha, I am sure you will agree with me on this. :)
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“Shaahi Lutera”(1965) was produced by Nirmal Anand and directed by Akkoo for BNT Films. The movie had Chitra, Azad, Indira, B.M.Vyas, Nirmal Anand, Tiwari, Shaikh, Heera Sawant, Ram Raseela, Arvid Kumar, Jilani, Krishna, Dog Tiger, Bela Bose etc in it.
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“Neeli Aankhen” (1962) was a B grade movie that was soon forgotten and little is known about this movie by now.
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