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Shiv Shankar daya karo

Posted on: February 14, 2015


This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a 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.

MINI SERIES…MAHASHIVRATRI CELEBRATIONS
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Song No. 2
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These days, being or showing that you are religious amounts to being Communal ! I do not agree, because I feel that your religious behaviour should be restricted to your own personal life, without any display of it. If you take a survey today, you may find that hardly 0.1 to 1 % of the population is Atheist ( those who do not believe the existence of God ). The rest are all believers in God. Belief in God and being religious are two entirely different things. Being religious is practicing the ‘karm kands’ or fulfilling the acts described, prescribed or suggested by the religion, like for example, going to the Temples regularly or doing Pooja Archana every day etc. Only those who practice these can be termed as being religious minded. As long as these things do not interfere with your duties towards family and society, no one should have aby business commenting/ interfering in that.

A person who likes to listen to Jazz or Rock music and one who likes to western musicals can at best be described as persons liking western music, but he can not be called a Musician. Similarly, when one likes to listen to Bhajans and see Mythological films, he can only be termed as a person who likes religious/devotional music, but can not be called a religious person.

Hindu Religion is the most elastic, all encompassing and highly adaptive Religion. That is how it has remained for over 5000 years. There may be thousands of Castes, Languages,Ethnic groups and contrasting living patterns, but ALL will visit the SAME temple. There is no division among the variety of Gods that are available to the people. It is said that there are 33 types of-classes of-Gods ( 33 Koti Devtas- misunderstood as 33 crores Gods ), so there is a wide choice for selecting your favourite God. Some may like Shiv ji, some Vishnu,some Shrikrishna while some like Laxmi Devi, but there is ONE God who is loved by one and all,not only in India but also worldwide..and that is GANESHA.

Lord Ganesh is the second son of the celestial couple Shiv ji and Parvati ji. The elder one is Kartikeya (Kumarswamy in south). There are many stories found in Vedas and various Puranas,about the birth of Ganesha. the most popular,of course, is that,one day parvati made an young boy from the Sandalwood Paste made for her bath.She put life into it and asked him to guard the gate till Parvati finished her bath. After some time,Shiv ji came back,but was stopped by the boy. The Ganas of Shiv ji had a fight with him,and he defeated them. When this news reached the heavens,Dods’ king Indra himself came with his army,but he too was defeated by this boy. Shiv ji got angry and copped off his head with his Trishula. When Parvati learnt about this,she became very sad and angry. Shiv ji sent his Ganas to search for the chopped head,but not founding it,they brought an Elephant’s head. Shiv ji fitted this head and made him alive again. Shiv ji named him GANESH.

Today’s Shiv Bhajan is from the film ” Shri Ganesh Janma -51 “. This film was directed by Jayant Jhinabhai Desai who was born in Surat, Gujarat. He graduated from Bombay University and joined Ranjit Studios in 1929. For the next 10 years, he and Nandlal Jaswantlal, both assistants to Chandulal Shah, directed many films, starting with comedy genre. In 1942, Jayant Desai left Ranjit and started his own Jayant Desai productions.

The film’s music was composed by Khemchand Prakash and Manna Dey. In the cast, there was this hit pair of Mythological films-Nirupa Roy and Trilok Kapoor, doing their classic Shankar-Parvati roles,as usual.. Then there was the 50’s popular Narad Muni-Jeevan, who acted as Narad in more than 40 films, along with Ulhas,Rewashankar etc etc. There were 12 songs in the movie which were sung by Sulochana Kadam, Asha Bhosle and Manna Dey.

Let us now enjoy a Shiv Bhajan by Geeta Roy and build up the tempo for Mahashivratri…….


Song-Shivshankar daya karo (Shri Ganesh Janm)(1951) Singer- Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Manna Dey
chorus

Lyrics

shiv shankar
daya karo
dukh haro
shiv shankar
daya karo
dukh haro

kripa sindhu karuna nidhi
hamre sagre paap haro
kripa sindhu karuna nidhi
hamre sagre paap haro
daya karo
shiv shankar
daya karo
dukh haro

beech bhanwar mein naav hamaari
dol rahi
dol rahi
sukh ki jhankaaren hriday mein
bol rahi
bol rahi
bam bam bhole nath
bhakton ki naiya paar karo o
bam bam bhole nath
bhakton ki naiya paar karo
daya karo
shiv shankar
daya karo
dukh haro

pag pag per vipdaaon ke baadal
chhaa rahe
chhaa rahe
jhoothi jag ki maaya mein
bharma rahe
bharma rahe
hey praylochan
hey praylochan
sankat mochan
vipda aan haro o
hey praylochan
sankat mochan
vipda aan haro
daya karo
shiv shankar
daya karo
dukh haro
shiv shankar
daya karo
dukh haro

5 Responses to "Shiv Shankar daya karo"

Dear Deshmukh saheb,
you have mentioned Manna Dey as MD but Parag Sankla, acknowledged as an authority on Geeta Datt, has given the name of MD as Khem Chandra Prakash.
Naturally, I am confused as to who really composed this song.
Thanks & regards,
Avadh Lal

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Avadh Lal ji,
Thanks for your comments.
The HFGK mentions the names of both-Khemchand Prakash as well as Manna Dey as the joint MDs. It does not specify which song is done by whom. I had seen Parag Sankla’s comments,but he has not mentioned the source of his confirmation.
So I searched if I could get information on this song. Finally I found a mention about it in an article in Marathi Diwali issue of ” Lokprabha-1967,which mentioned that this song was done by Manna Dey hence I have written his name.
-AD

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Jayant Desai (1909–1976)
Director/Writer/Producer
Born: Jayantilal Jhinabhai Desai February 28, 1909 in Surat
Died: April 19, 1976 (age 67) in Mumbai
1961 Zamana Badal Gaya
1957 Laxmi Pooja
1956 Basant Panchami
1956 Hamara Watan
1955 Sati Madalasa
1954 Miss Mala
1954 Shiv Ratri
1953 Hazaar Raaten
1953 Manchala
1953 Naya Raasta
1952 Amber
1952 Nishan Danka
1952 Shiv Shakti
1951 Dasavtaar
1951 Shri Ganesh Janma
1950 Har Har Mahadev
1950 Shaan
1950 Veer Bhimsen
1946 Maharana Pratap
1945 Samrat Chandragupta
1945 Tadbir
1944 Lalkar
1944 Manorama
1943 Bansari
1943 Bhaktaraj
1943 Tansen
1943 Zaban
1942 Chandni
1942 Fariyaad
1941 Beti
1941 Shaadi
1940 Aaj Ka Hindustan
1940 Diwali
1939 Sant Tulsidas
1938 Ban Ki Chidiya
1938 Billi
1938 Prithvi Putra
1937 Mitti Ka Putla
1937 Toofani Toli
1937 Zameen Ka Chand
1936 Laheri Lala
1936 Matlabi Duniya
1936 Raj Ramani
1936 Rangila Raja
1935 College Kanya
1935 Noor-E-Watan
1934 Nadira
1934 Sitamgarh
1934 Toofan Mail
1934 Veer Babruwahan
1933 Bhola Shikar
1933 Bhool Bhulaiyan
1933 Krishna Sudama
1932 Bhutio Mahal
1932 Char Chakram
1932 Do Badmash
1932 Fauladi Pahelwan
1932 Lal Swar
1932 Sipahsalar
1931 Banke Sawariya
1931 Katil Katari
1931 Mukti Sangram
1931 Vijay Lakshmi
1931 Vilasi Atma
1930 Jawan Mard
1930 Joban Na Jadu
1930 Noor-E-Watan
1930 Pahadi Kanya
As Writer>>
1943Tansen (screenplay)
1934 Sitamgarh (screenplay) / (story)
As Producer>>>
1943 Zaban (producer)

Jeevan
Date of Birth 24 October 1915, Srinaga, Kashmir, India
Date of Death 10 June 1987
Birth Name Onkar Nath Darj Durga Prasad
1997 Aakhri Sanghursh as Lawyer
1991 Iraada as Gupta
1987 Tera Karam Mera Dharam
1986 Ricky
1986 Kala Dhanda Goray Log as Kidnapper
1985 Geraftaar as Lucy’s Father
1984 Zakhmi Sher as Advocate Ramnath
1984 Chakma
1983 Humse Na Jeeta Koi
1983 Sant Ravidas Ki Amar Kahani
1983 Nishaan
1983 Gumnaam Hai Koi
1982 Ashanti as Malik
1982 Sanam Teri Kasam as Wilson
1982 Desh Premi as Munim
1982 Teesri Aankh as Paul
1982 Haathkadi as Suraj
1982 Geet Ganga
1982 Hum Paagal Premi
1981 Laparwah
1981 Poonam as Sinha
1981 Professor Pyarelal as Shyamlal/Sammy
1981 Laawaris as Lala
1981 Naseeb as Professor Prem
1981 Bulundi as Babulal Bhakhri
1981 Yaarana as Mama (Jaggu’s Father)
1981 Dahej
1980 Bandish
1980 Khanjar
1980 Patthar Se Takkar as Jagjivandas
1980 Takkar as Mamaji
1980 Choron Ki Baaraat
1979 Chhath Maiya Ki Mahima
1979 Dada as Bihari
1979 Har Har Gange as Narad
1979 Suhaag as Bhaskar
1979 Gopal Krishna as Narad Muni
1979 Surakksha as Hiralal
1978 Amar Shakti as Diwan Nahar Singh
1978 Phaansi as Lala
1978 Ram Kasam
1978 Ganga Ki Saugand as Lala
1978 Nasbandi as Raosab Banwari Lal
1977 Angaare
1977 Chacha Bhatija as Laxmidas
1977 Darling Darling
1977 Dharam Veer as Satpal Singh
1977 Dildaar as Sarpanch Charandas ‘Mukhiya’
1977 Niyaz Aur Namaaz
1977 Amar Akbar Anthony as Robert
1977 Jadu Tona
1977 Mahima Shree Ram Ki
1976 Aaj Ka Mahatma as Head Clerk
1976 Daaj
1976 Jai Mahalaxmi Maa
1976 Rangila Ratan
1976 Sabse Bada Rupaiya as Dhanraj
1976 Bhagwan Samaye Sansar Mein as Devrishi Narad Munni
1975 Angaarey
1975 Dhoti Lota Aur Chowpatty
1975 Ek Gaon Ki Kahani
1975 Teri Meri Ik Jindri as Jagga Daku
1975 Toofan
1975 Dharmatma as Anokhelal
1975 Anokha as Manchanda, Bombay’s Smuggler
1975 Anjane Mehman
1975 Mahapavan Teerth Yatra
1975 Maya Machindra
1974 Balak Dhruv
1974 Chowkidar as Lala Dinanath
1974 Duniya Ka Mela
1974 Ishq Ishq Ishq as Ghanshyam Dayal
1974 Jai Radhe Krishna
1974 Pran Jaye Par Vachan Na Jaye as Dharamdas
1974 Sacha Mera Roop Hai
1974 Roti
1974 Do Phool as Advocate Vardhraj
1973 Hanste Zakhm as Kunan
1973 Heera Panna as Hari
1973 Shareef Budmaash as Diwan Saheb
1973 Teen Chor
1973 Jwar Bhata as Iqbal Nath
1973 Banarasi Babu as V.K. Saxena
1973 Anokhi Ada as Khushiram
1973 Seetaram Radheshyam
1973 Shree Krishna Bhakti
1972 Garam Masala as Captain Kishore Chandra
1972 Jeet as Bablu’s dad
1972 Mome Ki Gudiya as Salikram
1972 Narad Leela
1972 Bhai Ho To Aisa as Mamaji
1972 Kundan
1971 Daku Mansingh
1971 Gambler as Master
1971 Kangan as Hanuman
1971 Ladki Pasand Hai
1971 Preet Ki Dori as Banke Bihari
1971 Shree Krishnarjun Yuddh as Narad
1971 Ek Paheli as Joseph
1971 Maata Vaishno Devi
1971 Ustad Pedro
1971 Veer Chhatrasal
1970 Bhagwan Parshuram as Bhagwan Shri Narad Muni
1970 Bhai-Bhai
1970 Ganwaar as Bajrangilal
1970 Jeevan Mrityu as Manubhai/Stock Broker
1970 Kankan De Ohle as Ramu Shah
1970 Maharaja
1970 Mere Humsafar as Mittal
1970 Pardesi as Dharmpal (Munim)
1970 Sampoorna Teerth Yatra as Bhagwan Naradmuni
1970 Veer Amarsingh Rathod
1970 Johny Mera Naam as Heera
1970 Heer Raanjha as Kaazi
1970 Dagabaaz
1969 Balak as Anokhilal
1969 Bandhan as Jeevanlal
1969 Chanda Aur Bijli as Bhagatram
1969I nteqam as Bankhelal
1969 Surya Devata
1969 Talash as John
1969 Man Ka Meet
1969 Badi Didi as Money lender
1969 Jahan Pyar Mile
1969 Jiyo Aur Jeene Do
1969 Nai Zindagi
1968 Ankhen as Doctor
1968 Aulad as Munim Ram Lal
1968 Bambai Raat Ki Bahon Mein
1968 Har Har Gange as Narad muni
1968 Sadhu Aur Shaitaanas Narad (in play)
1968 Shrimanji as Diwan Jeevanlal
1968 Aabroo as Darwajalal
1968 Aanchal Ke Phool as Nawab Nawab Ali Khan
1967 Aag as Lala
1967 Badrinath Yatra as Shivanand Deshmukh
1967 Gunahon Ka Devta
1967 Shamsher
1967 Hamraaz as Thakur
1967 Amar Jyoti
1967 Rajoo
1966 Dil Ne Phir Yaad Kiya as Bhagat
1966 Sawan Ki Ghata as Rana Shamsher
1966 Phool Aur Patthar as Jeevan Ram
1966 Husn Aur Ishq alias Alif Laila as Vazir-e-Azam
1966 Kunwari
1965 Faisla
1965 Lootera
1965 Mahabharat as Shakuni
1965 Rishte Naahte as Roopa’s Father
1965 Sati Nari
1965 Sikandar E Azam
1965 Waqt as Orphanage Warden
1964 Aandhi Aur Toofan
1964 Baghi
1964 Darasingh: Ironman as Mahamantri
1964 Ji Chahta Hai
1964 Mahasati Anusuya
1964 Sant Gyaneshwar
1964 Sarfarosh
1964 Sati Savitri
1964 Shabnam as Sipeshala Zaber
1964 Zindagi as Banke
1964 Khooni Khazana
1963 Bachpan
1963 Bidesiya as Chhote Thakur
1963 Raja
1963 Taj Mahal as Shehzada Saifuddin Shahryar Qazi
1962 Aalha Udal
1962 Kailashpati
1962 Rungoli as Sadhuram
1962 Shiv Parvati
1962 Hawa Mahal
1962 Sachche Moti
1961 Hum Matwale Naujawan
1961 Payaase Panchhi as Jamunaprasad Chaturvedi
1961 Aplam Chaplam
1961 Batwara as Actor
1961 Piya Milan Ki Aas
1960 Bombai Ka Babu
1960 Chand Mere Aja
1960 Honeymoon
1960 Kanoon as Kalidas
1960 Kohinoor
1960 Mud Mud Ke Na Dekh as Thakur Dayal Singh
1959 Dhool Ka Phool as Meena’s uncle
1959 Pehli Raat
1959 Pyar Ki Rahen
1958 Aakhri Dao as Jangi
1958 Balyogi Upmanyu
1958 Do Phool as Masterji
1958 Dulhan
1958 Gauri Shankar
1958 Khota Paisa
1958 Malik
1958 Phagun as Madhal
1957 Coffee House
1957 Duniya Rang Rangili
1957 Laxmi Pooja
1957 Nau Do Gyarah as Surjit
1957 Naya Daur as Kundan
1957 Taj Poshi
1957 Changez Khan as Ustad
1957 Jai Ambe
1956 Basant Panchami
1956 Dhake Ki Malmal
1956 Ek-Hi-Rasta as Munshi Biharilal
1956 Jayshri
1956 Patrani as Uday Mantri
1956 Some Where in Delhi as Chandu
1956 Taj as Trishunku Singh
1956 Durgesh Nandini
1956 Makkhie Choos as Matru – Champa’s Brother
1955 Ekadashi
1955 Ganga Maiyya
1955 Patit Pawan
1955 Uran Khatola as Shanu
1955 Jai Mahadev
1954 Angarey
1954 Chandni Chowk as Ibrahim Beg
1954 Majboori
1954 Miss Mala
1954 Sangam
1954 Gawaiya
1954 Nagin as Prabir
1953 Dhuaan
1953 Manchala
1953 Naulakha Haar as Mahil Rai Padiya
1953 Shole
1952 Chamki
1952 Izzat
1952 Moti Mahal
1952 Nishan Danka
1952 Shiv Shakti
1952 Tarang
1951 Afsana as Chatpat
1951 Bedardi
1951 Bikhare Moti
1951 Dasavtaar
1951 Hulchul as Paul
1951 Kali Ghata
1951 Shri Ganesh Janma
1951 Tarana as Diwansaheb
1951 Azadi Ke Baad
1951 Kaale Badal
1951 Shokhiyan
1950 Aadhi Raat
1950 Bhai Bahen
1950 Har Har Mahadev
1950 Janmashtami
1950 Kamal Ke Phool
1950 Kisi Ki Yaad
1950 Madhubala
1950 Sati Narmada
1950 Jan Pahchan as Jeevan
1949 Bholi
1949 Jeevan Saathi
1949 Karwat
1949 Maa Ka Pyaar
1949 Roomal
1949 Shabnam as Zamindar
1949 Kamal
1949 Usha Haran
1948 Chand Sitare
1948 Ghar Ki Izzat
1948 Mela as Mahku
1948 Hua Savera
1947 Bhakta Dhruva as Devrishi Narad Munni
1947 Intezaar Ke Baad
1947 Sati Toral
1947 Veerangana
1947 Dehati
1947 Shanti
1946 Nai Maa
1946 Zameen Aasmaan
1945 Amrapali
1944 Kadambari
1944 Pehle Aap
1944 Police
1943 Panghat as Jamnaprasad D. Chaturvedi
1943 School Master
1942 Apna Ghar
1942 Chudiyan
1942 Mamaji
1942 Station Master as Manikbabu (Shyama’s dad)
1941 Kurmai
1941 Madhusudhan
1941 Swami
1941 Vanmala
1940 Aaj Ki Duniya
1940 Anuradha
1940 Deepak
1940 Laxmi
1939 Bahadur Ramesh
1939 Dekha Jaiga
1939 Swastik
1938 Punarjanma
1938 Rajkumari
1938 Zamana
1938 Master Man
1937 Badhe Chalo
1937 Swaraj Ke Sipahi
1936 Ashiana
1936 Romantic India (as O.K. Dhar)
1935 Fashionable India
Madhav
Costume and Wardrobe Department
1982 Sanam Teri Kasam (dress assistant)
1982 Aamne Samne (production assistant)

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Thanks !!
I had shared this beautiful bhajan on 19.01.2014 and later requested for last year’s Mahashivratri. When this ‘series’ takes off I remember this. It was readily available (refer list sent on 06.02.15). Well 🙂

Thank you very much for the post Sir !!

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A very beautiful bhajan sung by Geetaji

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