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Yaaron ye jo duniya hai

Posted on: November 4, 2013


This article is written by nahm, 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 time to get on with the series and to finish it. Or it will soon be the day of Rafi sahab’s Birth Anniversary, if I keep dwelling on how to start a post and what to write in it. I have written 24 posts so far in this series and running out of steam. Or ideas-after all how much small talk one can indulge in, given the by and large, one way dialogue of this series. There is no doubt about it, that I have enjoyed doing this series.

For I am a lone traveller, usually. Not good company for fellow travellers at all, as my family would vouch, especially on road journeys. I will keep mum the first few hours as I suffer from travel sickness. Keeping an empty stomach is a must. Almost halfway to our native place, we stop at a favourite place foreither snack/lunch etc. From than onward, the journey becomes easier, but still everyone is on tenterhooks, waiting for the unthinkable. On reaching the destination, I am plied with all sort of home remedies to cure my dizziness. Same pattern is followed for return journey too.

Y song in the series is “yaaron yeh jo duniya hai, maine isse dekhaa hai” from “Bharosa”(1963), and my travel sickness has got nothing to do with the song 🙂 . Lyricist is Rajendra Krishan and composer is Ravi. This is a known song, like the other songs of ‘Bharosa’ , but I had never seen it and I was not aware that it was from this particular film and was picturized on ‘Mehmood’. So finally here is the promised song on Mehmood, who is accompanied by another actor (name ? ) roaming the streets of Mumbai, then Bombay. Quite a few landmark locations in the city of Mumbai are recognizable in the picturization like the ‘joota ghar ‘ and ‘Naaz’ restaurant at Malabar hill, Flora Fountain, Marine Drive, Gateway of India, VT station etc.

Our city is famously known as ‘maaya nagri’ due to many reasons. But the fact of the matter is that this term applies to the whole world, as the song is saying. Usually, I take people who ever I encounter, on face value and accordingly I am quick to form my opinion. But more often than not it turns out that people never do the same. Everybody around is not so straight forward, not with me and not with others. Sometimes I feel that things and people are a maze and there is no way anyone can untangle them. It is possible to get to the bottom of some things sometimes, but not possible to understand everything at all times. With all the media and the communication systems in the world, it is just not possible to really be aware of the things happening in the world. Lately it has begun to feel as if nothing is as it appears. Though I do not read newspapers or watch much T.V, Having grown up on ‘The times of India’ I have managed to shirk the habit of reading in last few years. I am least interested in social media, too. I try to log in at least once a month or so, just to keep in touch with some contacts. Whenever I do take a newspaper in hand and manage to read some items and analysis, this adds to the feeling of unreality.

Some days ago I saw an item on the net about the map of the world being all wrong. It implied that the continents and countries are all disproportionate in size than what actually is true, in the world map as we know it. I have wondered in the past, if some such things is feasible as the world surface is round, why the map is in rectangle spread. Why not show it in two circles, or like two sides of a coin. In the rectangle map, the countries close to North Pole are shown as large and wide as the rest of the places, which used to puzzle me. Moreover if that item is to to be believed then the north pole as we know is not actually in the north, it is in the south. So it would seem that we are not in the northern hemisphere but actually are in the southern hemisphere. And what we consider North India is actually South India and vice versa. As to what it will do to the east and west, God only knows. As it is a fact that if a plane flies west/East from New Delhi, and keeps flying it can circle the earth and land back in Delhi without going east/west or changing direction. I am no mathematician or an expert in maps, these are just off the cuff observations.

Having said so much, it is better to stick to Hindi film songs, which are what they appear and there is no distortion of facts and matter in them. Let us take a look at this ‘y’ song in A-Z of Rafi songs series. It is a Rafi solo and an enjoyable song, and ahead of its time or not ahead of its time, as the case may be. Actually it is a creation of three R’s, Rafi, Rajendra Krishan and Ravi.

So ‘move over Rolls Royce, we have one R more than you ‘.

( I know a PJ is a PJ, but the logo of Rolls Royce has two arrogant R’s. )

Video

Audio

Song-Yaaron ye jo duniya hai (Bharosa)(1963) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Ravi

Lyrics

yaaron o
yaaron
yaaron ye jo duniyaa hai
maine isse dekhaa hai
maine isse samjhaa hai
sab dhokha hi dhokha hai
jiyo raam
yaaron ye jo duniyaa hai
maine isse dekhaa hai
maine isse samjhaa hai
sab dhokha hi dhokha hai
jiyo raam

yehaan matlab ke sab bande hain
yehaan chori ke sab dhandhe hain
koyi kheesa kaate haathon se
koyi loote meetthhi baaton se
bas farq hai itnaa choron mein
koyi badaa koyi chhotta hai
jiyo raam
yaaron ye jo duniyaa hai
maine isse dekhaa hai
maine isse samjhaa hai
sab dhokha hi dhokha hai
jiyo raam

jhukte ko sabhi jhukaate hain
girte ko sabhi giraate hain
jo nehle par dehla maare
uss ko aadaab bajaate hain
kuchh jhoothh kahaa ho bhaiyya to
sar mera teraa joota hai
jiyo raam
yaaron ye jo duniyaa hai
maine isse dekhaa hai
maine isse samjhaa hai
sab dhokha hi dhokha hai
jiyo raam
yaaron ye jo duniyaa hai
maine isse dekhaa hai
maine isse samjhaa hai
sab dhokha hi dhokha hai
jiyo raam
yaaron ye jo duniyaa hai
maine isse dekhaa hai
maine isse samjhaa hai
sab dhokha hi dhokha hai
jiyo raam
jiyo raam
jiyo raam
jiyo raam
jiyo raam

3 Responses to "Yaaron ye jo duniya hai"

Another actor is Sudesh Kumar(He also produced some Hindi movies)

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Thanks for identifying. I have seen the actor in many films.

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