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Desh ka pyaara sabka sahaara kaun banega

Posted on: January 26, 2015


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Today is 26 january 2015 which is an important day in the history of India. Today we are celebrating the 66th year of India becoming a republic. It is a historical day indeed, because it was on this day that people of India began to be governed by a constitution. This constitution, for the first time in the history of India, declared that all Indians, irrespective of their caste, creed and other factors were equal and that the country was going to be governed by People’s representatives elected through elections.

Sixtysix year hence, that tiny sapling has taken firm roots and Indian Republic had become firmly entrenched. It is a miracle of modern times and something that we can be quite proud of.

The country has made progress though not quite to our satisfaction. Our elected representatives have often let us down.

For all that, thigs are looking up for India and we are cautiously optimistic about the future of India as a nation. The fact that we have a democracy and we have a constitution to govern us is something that calls for a year round celebration and in fact we do it daily , albeit without fanfare.

It is during 26 january that we celebrate the occasion with fanfare. And the main celebration takes place in New Delhi. By now the modus operandi of celebration of the republic day (and also Independence day) have become settled. The republic day sees a parade on New Delhi’s Rajpath whereas Independence day sees an address to the nation by the Prime Misnister for Lal Qila, Old Delhi.

The republic day celebration also has set a tradition whereby a foreign head of state/ Government is invited as the Chief Guest for the celebration. This year’s republic day celebration sees the President of USA as the chief guest on the occasion. These are early days yet, but this occasion could well turn out to be a landmark occasion in the History of the Indian republic. Let us cross out fingers and wait and watch.

This 66th republic day (26 january 2015) is the seventh republic day for the blog. We have seen an equal number of Independence days as well. We use such occasion to discuss patriotic songs in the blog.

Here is a song from “Maasoom”(1960) on the occasion. This sonng is sung by Asha Bhonsle and chorus. The song is picturised as a song where a school teacher is exhorting young school kids to become “desh ka pyaara sab ka sahaara” once they grow up and tiny tots respond enthusiastically.

This song is 55 years old now. The tiny tots seen in the picturisation must be senior citizens by now or they may be on their ways to become one. 🙂 How time has flown.

Here is this nice song with a patriotic message. Raja Mehdi Ali Khan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Robin Bannerji.

I take this occasion to wish everyone a happy Republic day.

Audio

Video

Song-Desh ka pyaara sabka sahaara kaun banega (Maasoom)(1960) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Raja Mehdi Ali Khan, MD-Robin Bannerji
Chorus

Lyrics

desh ka pyaara sabka sahaara kaun banega
ham didi
desh ka pyaara sabka sahaara kaun banega
ham didi
saare jag mein prem ujiyaara kaun karega
ham didi
desh ka pyaara sabka sahaara kaun banega
ham didi

baapu ka ye desh hai bachchon
sab deshon se pyaara
isi desh ke khaatir usne
apna sab kuchh haara
baapu ka ye desh hai bachchon
sab deshon se pyaara
isi desh ke khaatir usne
apna sab kuchh haara
?? ki dhaara ab rakhwaala kaun banega
ham didi
desh ka pyaara sabka sahaara kaun banega
ham didi
saare jag mein prem ujiyaara kaun karega
ham didi
desh ka pyaara sabka sahaara kaun banega
ham didi

pyaare bachchon kaun ho tum
ham bharat ki santaan
bharat mata ke charnon mein
rakh den dil aur jaan

pyaare bachchon kaun ho tum
ham bharat ki santaan
bharat mata ke charnon mein
rakh den dil aur jaan

mushqil tay ho
desh ki jay ho
kaun kahega
ham didi
desh ka pyaara sabka sahaara kaun banega
ham didi
saare jag mein prem ujiyaara kaun karega
ham didi
desh ka pyaara sabka sahaara kaun banega
ham didi

lalala o o o
hm hmm hmm hm hm hmm
jahaan jahaan andhiyara dekhen
ham ujiyaara kar den
kadam kadam per desh ka daaman
ham khushiyon se bhar den
jahaan jahaan andhiyara dekhen
ham ujiyaara kar den
kadam kadam per desh ka daaman
ham khushiyon se bhar den
kaam ye pyaara himmat waala kaun karega
ham didi
desh ka pyaara sabka sahaara kaun banega
ham didi
saare jag mein prem ujiyaara kaun karega
ham didi
desh ka pyaara sabka sahaara kaun banega
ham didi

4 Responses to "Desh ka pyaara sabka sahaara kaun banega"

Happy Republic Day to all once again !
Thanks Atul ji for this wonderful post. Surprised that this song was still to be discussed.
T h a n k s ! !

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Production house:Bani Rupa Films
Starcast:Sarosh Irani,Aziz,Honey Irani,Anuva Gupta,
Manmohan Krishna,Late Amir Banu,Gautam,
Mohan Choti,Chaman Puri, Bir Sakhuja,Mukunda Banerjee,
Bhagwan Sinha,Kisto(Must be Kesto mukherjee`s another name),Mirajkar, Lalita Kumari(guest),Bishan Khanna, Ravi Kant,
Sailen Bose,Radhe Shyam,Moolchand, Master Nisar,Ghulam Sabir,
Uma Khosla,Robin Gupta, Raja,Ranen,Jani, Srikant,Ghanshyam, Jeevan Kala,
Acknowledgements to Ashok Kumar
Producer & Director:Satyen Bose
Story :Ruby Sen Music:Robin Banerjee
Lyrics by
Raja Mehdi Ali Khan,
Shailendra(:Kumari Ranoo Mukherjee-Nani teri morni->music by Hemant Kumar),
Sahir Ludhianvi(written by “Ye haath hi apni daulat hai”)

song features Honey irani,Manmohan Krishna also and
This song is lip synced by Lalita Kumari(the elderly lady), I could not identify another lady(younger one) who lip syncs for the song.

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