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Suno re suno..ye Subhash ki katha

Posted on: January 23, 2015


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Most of us were born in Independent India and we grew up reading about the Independence movement in our textbooks and other publications. These publications informed us that the non violent movement for independence moved the rulers. They saw the errors of their ways and peacefully quit India.

The textbooks also mentioned in passing about some names that believed in non violent ways to achieve independence. Their ways did not achieve much and detracted from the non violent movements, we were told.

As school kids of yore, we were not supposed to think and question, but just accept what was being told. After all, we were a product of the school system that was introduced by our benevolent British rulers and which was faithfully continued even after independence.

Several decades after leaving the school and (hopefully) becoming able to doubt and question, I find several lacunae in the simplistic tale of the struggle for Indian Independence. British did not establish their dominance over the world on the basis of non violence nor did they make their colonies free because of this reason. Examples of their cruelties have been carefully wiped out from history books. Millions of people died in India during several years because foodgrains were not allowed to reach the hungry rather they were shipped outside the country. And these years were described as years of famine in history books.

The systems set by the British, like their police system, education system, law system etc were meant to create people who would unthinkingly serve the cause of the British. And these systems remain in place even today. It is inconceivable but true that we are still following India Penal Code which was framed in 1860, just after 1857 (we know what happened in 1857). To keep things in perspective, British do not have anything even remotely like IPC in their own country. The same can be said about the Indian educational system and the Indian judicial system, among many other systems.

In brief, we have been fed myths instead of real facts about our freedom struggle. The true contributions of people like Subhash Chandra Bose (whose birth anniversary falls today) in the freedom struggle have been sought to be wished away, hoping that people will forget about them with time. But it seems clear that the contribution of Subhash Chandra Bose was extremely vital and crucial in winning Indian independence. The two world wars had weakened British empire financially. Country like India was becoming ungovernable, not just because of the “non violent” non co operation, but also because of the raising of Azad Hind Fauz and other such acts that weakened the authority of British in India. Moreover the public opinion around the world had turned overwhelmingly in favour of granting independence to India.

On the occasion of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’s 118th birth anniversary today, here is a song from “Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose)(1966). This song is sung by Manna Dey. Kavi Pradeep is the lyricist. Music is composed by Salil Chaudhary.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Avinash Scrapwala.

Subhash Chandra Bose was born on 23 january 1897. His date of expiry is not known. To millions of Indians, he has never died because Netaji Amar hain aur Amar rahenge. Jai Hind.


Song-Suno re suno … Ye Subhash ki kathhaa (Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose)(1966) Singer-Manna Dey, Lyrics-Pradeep, MD-Salil Chaudhary

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)

Suno re suno desh ke ae
Hindu Musalmaan
Are suno bahan bhai
Suno
Suno naujawaan
Ye Subhash ki kathhaa
Isme hai badi vrathha
Isme kahin aag hain ae
Aur kahin toofaan
Suno re suno
Suno re suno desh ke
Hindu Musalmaan
Are suno behan bhai
Suno
Suno naujawaan
Ye Subhash ki kathhaa
Aa aa
Suno re ae

Apni sadi ka ek chamatkaar thhaa Subhash
Pardesi hukumat ka bahishkaar thhaa Subhash
Apne gulam desh ki lalkaar thhaa Subhash
Maa ke charan ka punya namaskaar thhaa Subhash
Are suno deshwaasiyon o
Suno deshwaasiyon
Hind ke niwaasiyon
Usne to ghazab kiya
Bhaagya hi palat diya
Suno deshwaasiyon
Hind ke niwaasiyon
Usne to ghazab kiya
Bhaagya hi palat diya
Bhar diya Jai Hind ke naare se
Aasmaa aa aan
Suno re suno
Suno re suno desh ke ae
Hindu Musalmaan
Are suno re

Usne sikhaaya desh ko
Angaar pe chalna
Lohe ki dehkati huyi Deewaar pe chalna
Usne sikhaaya bijliyon ke taar pe chalna
Talwaar saamne ho to Talwaar pe chalna
Are nar wo laajawaab thhaa aa
Nar wo laajawaab thhaa
Zindaa inquilaab thhaa
Kaam usne wo kiya
Hil gaya Britaaniaa
Nar wo laajawaab thha
Zindaa inquilaab thhaa
Kaam usne wo kiya
Hil gaya Britaaniaa
Uski wo aazaad hind fauz thhi Mahaa aa aan
Suno re suno
Suno re suno desh ke ae
Hindu Musalmaan
Are suno behan bhai
Suno
Suno naujawaan
Ye Subhash ki kathhaa aa aa
Suno re
Ye Subhash ki kathhaa aa aa
Suno re

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Devnagri Script Lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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सुनो रे सुनो देश के ए
हिंदू मुसलमान
अरे सुनो बहन भाई
सुनो
सुनो नौजवान
ये सुभाष की कथा
इसमें है बड़ी वृथा
इसमें कहीं आग हैं ए
और कहीं तूफ़ान
सुनो रे सुनो
सुनो रे सुनो देश के ए
हिंदू मुसलमान
अरे सुनो बहन भाई
सुनो
सुनो नौजवान
ये सुभाष की कथा आ आ
सुनो रे ए

अपनी सदी का एक चमत्कार था
सुभाष
परदेसी हुकूमत का बहिष्कार था
सुभाष
अपने गुलाम देश कि ललकार था
सुभाष
माँ के चरण का पुण्य नमस्कार था
सुभाष
अरे सुनो देशवासियों ओ
सुनो देशवासियों
हिंद के निवासियों
उसने तो गज़ब किया
भाग्य ही पलट दिया
सुनो देशवासियों
हिंद के निवासियों
उसने तो गज़ब किया
भाग्य ही पलट दिया
भर दिया जय हिंद के नारे से
आसमा आ आ न
सुनो रे सुनो
सुनो रे सुनो देश के ए
हिंदू मुसलमान
अरे सुनो रे

उसने सिखाया देश कों
अंगार पे चलना
लोहे कि दहकती हुई
दीवार पे चलना
उसने सिखाया बिजलियों के तार पे चलना
तलवार सामने हो तो
तलवार पे चलना
अरे नर वो लाजवाब था आ
नर वो लाजवाब था
जिंदा इन्किलाब था
काम उसने वो किया
हिल गया ब्रितानिया
नर वो लाजवाब था
जिंदा इन्किलाब था
काम उसने वो किया
हिल गया ब्रितानिया
उसकी वो आज़ाद हिंद फौज थी
महा आ आ न

सुनो रे सुनो देश के ए
हिंदू मुसलमान
अरे सुनो बहन भाई
सुनो
सुनो नौजवान
ये सुभाष की कथा आ आ
सुनो रे
ये सुभाष की कथा आ आ
सुनो रे

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1 Response to "Suno re suno..ye Subhash ki katha"

Many many thanks Atul ji for this post.

Subhash Babu ki kahaani ek insaan ki ‘adamya icchhashakti aur saahas’ ki kahaani hai. Jab jab bhi koi unke jeewan ki gehraayi mein jaana chaahega nischit rup se prerna paayega aur dusron ko bhi prerit karega ki wo is insaan ki jeewan gaatha ko padhen aur yaad rakhe.
JAI HIND !!!

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