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Kali se nazaaron se bahaaron se

Posted on: June 18, 2012


This blog is like a long distance journey which is going on and on. We are passing milestones after milestones on a regular basis. We do not stop at the milestones, rather we zip through them at high speed and continue our onward journey.

The most frequent milestone for this blog is the 100th song milestone of the blog, though we have also had other milestones like 100th songs of various artists etc as well.

With this song, we reach yet another century mlestone. Yes, this song is the 6100th song of the blog.

This century has been a slow century by the standards of this blog. The standard rate for a century of this blog that I have set is one century every 16 days, give or take a few days, but this century (like the previous century)has been a slow one. It has taken 26 days. The reason being, these were the days of holidays etc, where my wife had the opportunity to keep an eye over me. My wife, daughter, as well as pets demanded lots of my time during the course of these two centuries. Still, being able to post songs at the rate of four songs a day despite such “distractions” was good enough rate of going.

Hopefully, I will be able to regain my usual momentum of six songs a day soon.

This century song is a special song indeed, as it is composed by my favourite music director namely Ganesh. I had not discussed a Ganesh song for quite some time. In fact, I have discussed only three Ganesh compositions this year. Seeing that Ganesh had composed less than ninety Hindi movie songs in all, it should be possible for me to discuss all available Ganesh compositions in this blog soon enough if I apply my mind to this task.

This song fulfils all criteria of a century song. It is a superb song, and at the same time, it is a song that has been forgotten with time. People who grew up in 1970s (like I did), heard this song and then forgotten all about this song. So people in my age group may be pleasantly surprised to get re aquinted with this song again.

This song is picturised on Vinod Khanna and Kumkum. This was one of the earliest movies of Vinod Khanna as a hero, and he looks suitably dashing. Kumkum, the leading lady of the movie, bowed out of Hindi movies after this movie. So this movie was the last time when this much loved, highly talented and underachieving actress was seen in Hindi movies.

This song is sung by Kishore Kumar. Verma Malik is the lyricist. The song is extremely hummable, like most Ganesh compositions. and it is my privilege to present this song as the 6100th song of the blog.

I take this opportunity to thank all the well wishers, visitors and contributors for their continued support, partonage and contributions. This blog has by now become a project of like minded music lovers, who not only share the passion of music but also share some rare old fashioned values of open mindedness, generosity, respect for others etc. Being able to bring quite a few likeminded individuals together, to my mind, has been one of the most important achievements of this blog.

Here is hoping that this musical bandwagon continues to gather momentum and rolls on and on.


Song-Kali se nazaaron se bahaaron se (Dhamki)(1973) Singer-Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Verma Malik, MD-Ganesh

Lyrics

kali
nazaaron
bahaaron se
kali se
nazaaron se
bahaaron se
poochho mera fasaana
dilruba
main tera
ho gaya
haa
ae
deewaana
kali se
nazaaron se
bahaaron se
poochho mera fasaana
dilruba
main tera
ho gaya
haa
ae
deewaana
kali se
nazaaron se
bahaaron se

jo loch bhi
jo lachak bhi
paani ki rawaani mein hai
wo mastiyaan
wo josh bhi
is teri jawaani mein hai
ho o
jo loch bhi
jo lachak bhi
paani ki rawaani mein hai
wo mastiyaan
wo josh bhi
is teri jawaani mein hai
dilruba
main tera
ho gaya
haa
ae
deewaana
kali se nazaaron se
bahaaron se

tujh pe fida
jaane wafaa
meri chaahat bhari zindagi
tere saath hai
tere haath hai
chaahe gham hi mile ya khushi
ho o
tujh pe fida
jaane wafaa
meri chaahat bhari zindagi
tere saath hai
tere haath hai
chaahe gham hi miley ya khushi
dilruba
main tera
ho gaya
haa
ae
deewaana
haa
ae
deewaana
haa
ae
deewaana
haa
ae
deewaana
haa
ae
deewaana
haa
ae
deewaana

18 Responses to "Kali se nazaaron se bahaaron se"

Congratulations for achieving the milestone and for your attitude .
जिस दिन से चला हूं , मंझिल पे मेरी नजर है
आंखो ने कभी मील क पत्थर नही देखा..

बढे रहो.
शुभकामनासह

विजय

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Thanks a lot. But I have broken up the journey into these small milestones of 100 songs each. So my eyes are on these milestones all the time. 🙂

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Atulji

Congratulations

Regards
Prakash

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Atul ji,
CONGRATULATIONS on achieving another milestone.
It is not the Milestones that are as important as providing the heavenly pleasure of enjoying music to your followers is what matters.In this,you have not only excelled but have also made some diehard ‘Rasik’ s for your Blog.We are happy that we are associated with this journey in some or the other capacity.Thank you.
-AD

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Thanks a lot ! Milestones are important because they give us something to aim at. Indeed the journey is more pleasurable than the milestones or the destination. The fact that so many die hard rasiks have come together is a great achievement for us, and it is an invaluable treasure for us.

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Atul ji,

Great going – another superb song and another century milestone. Kudos and congrats.

And greetings to all fellow bloggers, contributors and readers. 😀

And yes, a wonderful song, from Ganesh. Yes, this song is one of those memories from the growing up years – a lost favorite. It is one of the songs that one used to plan to sing to some one special – being so that one simply collected such songs without getting an opportunity to present it. 🙂

Thanks for putting it back on board. And all the best for an even more entertaining journey ahead.

Cheers and regards
Sudhir

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Thanks a lot ! Seeing that we in this blog pride ourselves in discussing unsung songs and artists, this song was a perfect song for the occasion.

With the company of fellow travellers that we have, we really look forward to exciting and enjoyable journey ahead.

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Atul ji,

Missed adding a brief comment about Ganesh, the music director. I have been searching long for an image of this gentleman, and it is only yesterday that I was able to locate him in a group photograph. I have cropped and extracted his image, and the same is included in the video stream that I created for the other Ganesh song posted today, “Hum To Koi Bhi Nahin”. Interested folks can check it out.

Rgds
Sudhir

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I had noticed that photograph. This is indeed the first time I and most music lovers have seen a photograph of Ganesh.

I am surprised at the total lack of information about Ganesh on internet. We in this blog perhaps contain the maximum information about Ganesh, but that is not enough. We need to unearth more information about him. This picture to my mind is perhaps the only picture of him that I am aware of.

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Atul ji,
Lot of info is available about Ganesh,including an individual photograph,in Pankaj Raag’s book,”Dhunon ki Yatra”.
-AD

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Congrats on another milestone, Atul. And I’m so happy to hear this song after decades! I last heard this in the early 70s – and it completely slipped my mind. The title did not initially register – but when I heard the first couple of lines, it immediately clicked! 🙂 Had no idea which movie it was from, or that it was a Ganesh composition.

I haven’t been all that regular here with my comments in the last few days, but I do try to log in every day to check out the latest songs posted and the comments.

I was wondering why there was a slight slowdown on your part – but now I know it’s for a good reason. You’re spending time with your family (including your pets). Now THAT’s a good reason, even if you call them “distractions”. 🙂 Hope your wife doesn’t see this – am not sure she’d like to be thought of as a distraction. 😉 Maybe she decides to keep “more of an eye” on you – ha ha.

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Somehow I had guessed that you too had last heard this song in early 1970s. That way you are in the same boat as I am as far as this song is concerned.

The distractions are no more there, because the vacations are over. But those few weeks have given me material for lots of interesting tales to share.

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Congratulation on 6100…
That’s reminds me of a local restaurant “Cafe at Sixty-One Hundred” in my town..(lol)…
looking forward for 100,000. number post. (lol)

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Thanks ! 100,000 is too far ahead and in any case, the total number of songs to chose from (from 1931 to 1980- the main catchment area of this blog) are less than 60,000.

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Atul ji,
I am glad you have choose the best period of music era. Please stay in span of 50 years. but I am familar with up to 1969/70.
As per Hindu philosophy we convey a wish in 100 fold…”have 100 sons” or “be 100 years old” and so on…
Oh, well…I just got carried away.

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Congrats Atulji for reaching this milestone. What a journey!

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Thanks a lot. Yes, it is turning out to be quite a journey.

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