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Hamen tujh bin kaun sambhaale

Posted on: November 7, 2012


“Door Gagan Ki Chhaaon Mein” (1964) was a sensitively produced movie about the travails of a father who has a child who has lost his speech after an accident. When all hopes of his recovery are dashed then the father (played by Kishore Kumar) turns to God for help.

“Door Gagan Ki Chhaaon Mein” (1964) was Kishore Kumar’s home production and it was a labour of love for him. The movie had Kishore Kumar, Supriya Chaudhry, Amit Kumar, Shashikala, Nana Palsikar, Iftikhar, Raj Mehra, Sajjan, Hiralal, Leela Mishra etc in it. Majority of movie watchers were not ready for a movie of such class and sophistication and the movie failed at the box office, much to the disappointed of Kishore Kumar whose previous productions were light hearted comedy movies which were big hits at the box office.

“Door Gagan Ki Chhaon Mein” (1964) had songs which too did not become too popular at that time, but they have ended up as timeless classics nevertheless. As many as six songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the seventh song from the movie.

The initial lines of this song are a Sanskrit Shlok which conveys the message that God’s blessing can give speech to the speechless and legs to the lame.

मूकं करोति वाचालं पङ्गुं लङ्घयते गिरिम्
यत्कृपा तमहं वन्दे परमानन्द माधवम् ॥

Mookam Karoti Vachalam,, Pangum Langhayate Girim.
Yat Krupa Tamaham Vande, Paramanand Madhavam.

The shlok means
I salutate that supreme bliss, Madhav, by whose mercy are the speechless given tongue and the lame made to vanquish mountains.

Kishore Kumar and Amit Kumar hear this bhajan from a distance. They are attracted towards the source of the song and end up in a temple where a priest and other devotees are singing this song.

This song is sung by Manna Dey, Kishore Kumar and chorus. Shailendra is the lyricist. Music is composed by Kishore Kumar.

Lyrics of this song (as well as the shlok) were sent to me by Khyati Bhatt.

Audio

Video

Song-Hamen tujh bin kaun sambhaale o jag ke rakhwaale (Door Gagan Ki Chhaaon Mein)(1964) Singers-Manna Dey, Kishore Kumar, Lyrics-Shailendra, MD-Kishore Kumar
Manna Dey + Chorus, Chorus

Lyrics(Provided by Khyati Bhatt)

Mookam Karoti Vachalam, Pangum Langhayate Girim.
Yat Krupa Tamaham Vande, Paramanand Madhavam

aa aa aa aaa
aa aa aa aaa
aa aa aa aaa

o jag ke rakhwaale
ho o o
o jag ke rakhwaale
hamen tujh bin kaun sambhaale
hamen tujh bin kaun sambhaale
o jag ke rakhwaale

o o o
o jag ke rakhwaale

aa aa aa aa
aa aa aa aaa
aa aa aa aaa

jit dekhoon dekhoon andhiyaara
ghaayal man ghabraaye
aa aa aa aaa
jit dekhoon dekhoon andhiyaara
ghaayal man ghabraaye
aa aa aa aaa
jaise andhi raat mein panthhi
raah bhool dukh paaye
(aa aa aa aaa)
chahuon oar hain baadal kaale
hamen tujh bin kaun sambhaale
hamen tujh bin kaun sambhaale
o jag ke rakhwaale

o o
o jag ke rakhwaale

ek aas ab tumse bhagwan
ek hi dwaar tumhaara
baanh badhaa ke hamen uthhaalo
tum hi ek sahaara
bhagwaan
(aa aa aa aa)
bhagwaan
(aa aa aa aa)
bhagwaan
(aa aa aa aa)
bhagwaan
(aa aa aa aa)
bhagwaa……..n
(aa aa aa aa)

kiya sab kuchh tere hawaale
kiya sab kuchh tere hawaale
o jag ke rakhwaale

o o o
o jag ke rakhwaale

hamen tujh bin kaun sambhaale
hamen tujh bin kaun sambhaale

o jag ke rakhwaale
ho o o
o jag ke rakhwaale

1 Response to "Hamen tujh bin kaun sambhaale"


this is from the tamil version of Door Gagan Ki Chaon Miein “Ramu” which had Gemini Ganeshan, K.R. Vijaya, Master Rajkumar, Jamuna, Chitto V Nagaiah etc. it was directed by A.C.trilokchander. it had music by M.S. Viswanathan. Seerkali Govindarajan and TM Soundarajan.
i know i will not be able to give an exact translation but we can try to enjoy the music and expression of Chittor Nagaih.
i just thought it will be of interest to have this here..

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