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Door khada dil na jalaa

Posted on: February 25, 2013


“Sapnon Ka Saudaagar”(1968) was produced by B Ananthaswami and directed by Mahesh Kaul for Screen Gems Production. The movie had Raj Kapoor, Hema Malini, Jayant, Tanuja, Achala Sachdev, David Abraham, Durga Khote, Nadira, Rupesh Kumar, C S Dubey, Satyendra Kapoor etc in it.

Three songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the fourth song from this movie. This song is sung by Sharda and it is picturised on Hema Malini, with Raj Kapoor also visible in the picturisation.

S H Bihari is the lyricist and music is composed by Shankar Jaikishan.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Atif M.


Song-Door khada dil na jalaa (Sapnon Ka Saudaagar)(1968) Singer-Sharda, Lyrics-S H Bihari, MD-Shankar Jaikishan

Lyrics(Provided by Atif M)

door khada dil na jala
mud ke idhar dekh zara
door khada dil na jala
mud ke idhar dekh zara
dilwaale
aaja aaja aaja aaja
meri baahon mein sanam
dheere dheere pyaar bhari raahon mein sanam
jhoomti bahaaren hain nigaahon mein sanam
maar doongi chakkoo

sab ki ada se takraane waale
pehle tu aankhen hum se mila le
hum bhi hain pyaare jag se niraale
haaye jag se niraale
door khada dil na jala
mud ke idhar dekh zara
dilwaale
aaja aaja aaja aaja
meri baahon mein sanam
dheere dheere pyaar bhari raahon mein sanam
jhoomti bahaaren hain nigaahon mein sanam
maar doongi chakkoo

kab tak rahega dil ko sambhaale
kar de isey tu mere hawaale
aisa na ho ke koyi chura le
haaye koyi chura le
door khada dil na jala
mud ke idhar dekh zara
dilwaale
aaja aaja aaja aaja
meri baahon mein sanam
dheere dheere pyaar bhari raahon mein sanam
jhoomti bahaaren hain nigaahon mein sanam
haaye

10 Responses to "Door khada dil na jalaa"

Just came to know about Lyricist of this song:
S.H.Bihari`s Death Anniversary is on 25th February 1987(as per India Forums) That`s today.

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prakashji, location kya KRS hai?

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Aparna ji

I think,KRS and Vrindavan Gardens of Mysore One and the same ? Am I right ?
Yes I think it is KRS. (i.e., Krishnaraj Sagar Anekattu(aka Dam)
🙂
Mera General knowledge is very poor, That`s why I am again asking you 🙂
prakash

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yes, they are both the same. anekattu, you have used a pure kannada word which is rare nowadays 🙂

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Anicut is an English word meaning dam. Was the word taken from Kannada or vice versa ?

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prakash ji,
if I am not mistaken the Kannada word is ‘ anne katta’. please confirm.
-AD

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Atul ji,
There is a slight difference in the meanings of ANICUT and DAM.
Anicut is a structure to stop the flow of water to regulate the flow and Dam is a structure to hold and store the water for some purpose.
-AD

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No idea Sir, I thought Aanekattu is a kannada word.

In Kannada “Kattu” means “Baandh” or a “Rokk”(Verb “Kattuvudu” means”building”). That much I know. I learnt that a English word like “Anicut” exists, just now by your comment.

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Arun ji

According to me It is only “aane kattu”(no double ‘n’ in “anne”)

(Aane in kannada means an elephant, in this context what it means I don`t have any idea, may be Aane is referred here because of its huge structure)
(Another “Aane”is there that means “a sacred promise” or Vachan denaa)

Further we here in South canara district call it is “aane kattu” and not as “anne katta”.

(“Katte” also means a place where people sit leisurely and talk about happenings in a village)

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Prakash ji,
Thanks for your clarification.Your word must be the correct one,I am sure.

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