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Deva Ho Deva Gali Gali Mein Hai Tere Naam Ka Shor

Posted on: September 17, 2015


This article is written by Sudhir, 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.

Greetings to Dear Lord Ganesh on the celebration of His birthday today.
Good wishes of auspiciousness, prosperity and happiness to all readers and friends – may your household be blessed with His presence, today and always.

Lord Ganesh – probably the most recognized representation of the Sanaatan Dharm.  With a form that is like an elephant from neck above, His image is the most easily identifiable, in the entire pantheon of the Gods of our Dharm.  Around the globe, this image with the trunk and ears of an elephant is the most easily associated icon with our country and our belief systems.

The stories of how Ganesh ji is born, and how does He acquire the head of an elephant, are well known.  He is created by Goddess Parvati, from the sweat and the grime of Her own body.  She fashions the figure of a small baby from the elemental residues of her own skin, and then breathes life into it.  Lord Shiv ji was away from His abode on Mount Kailash.  When Mother Parvati had to take a bath, She instructed Ganesh to stand guard at the door, and not allow anyone to enter.  As circumstances would have it, it is Lord Shiv ji who is the next person to enter the abode.  Unaware that this child standing at the gate is His own, He flares into anger as the child prohibits him from entering.  Lord Shiv ji is impressed by the intellect and the courage of the toddler, but is also swayed by His own emotions of displeasure.  When His persuasions and admonishments fail to prevail, He strikes the child with his Trishul (Trident spear), severing off the head of the child.

Maa Parvati returns from her bath.  The scene that presents itself tells its own tales, no explanations are necessary.  She in turn now reprimands Her husband, for losing his patience, and also momentarily losing His faith in Her.  It would have been easier and prudent to surmise that if the child is guarding the gate, then it must be on Her instructions.  But the deed is done.  She implores Her husband to bring back the child to life and to repair the mortal bodily harm that is done.

Shiv ji promises to make good the damage, and searches for a replacement transplant.  The first creature that crosses His path in this search is a young elephant. With the thought of speedily and quickly undoing the harm that has been done, He brings back the head of the elephant and attaches it to the lifeless and headless body of the child.  He then breathes life into the child yet once again.  A wave of joy and relief descends upon the gathered God folks from the heavens and the ‘Ganas’ of Shiv ji, who were all agitated and worried with this episode and the stand off that ensued between Maa Parvati and Shiv ji.

Shiv ji announces the child’s name as ‘Ganesh’, telling all present and the entire world, that this child is the prime most amongst His ‘Ganas’ and is and will continue to be their leader.  The child is also blessed as the one who is the remover of obstacles in the path of goodness, and at the same time, implanter of obstacles in the path of evil and unscrupulousness.  The blessings continue to add – the child is also blessed with supreme intellect, wisdom and memory.  He is also blessed with the mastery of all types of arts.  And then comes the paramount blessing – that Ganesh ji will be the very first God to be worshipped, in the course of any auspicious ceremony and prayers.

If one considers this aspect, it immediately follows that Ganesh ji is the very personification of the First Principles of this Universe, this entire creation.  He represents the primeval knowledge, that exists; that has to exist before anything else can exist.  This characteristic also lends itself in support of the process by which the birth of Ganesh ji occurs.  His birth does not need the union of the energies of two parents.  Rather, His existence is fashioned out of the most elemental attributes of the maternal forces in the universe; forces so elemental and axiomatic that they cannot be defined and described in any other terms.  Rather, all other terms and attributes will derive their definition and existence from this First Principle.  And so, His worship as the precursor to all other worships and prayers.

Another very interesting aspect adds in here.  Ganesh ji’s seat within the human form, is described as the ‘Mool-adhaar Chakra’.  In the basic descriptions as per the yoga of the human form, this chakra is the foundation seat, based on which the human form is progressively built and evolved. Nothing takes precedence over this principle, over this concept.  It is Ganesh ji – the primeval concept that gets created before anything else.

The celebration song with this post is from the 1989 film ‘Ilaaka’. The lyrics of this song have been sent in by our dear Prakash ji.  The words are by Anjaan and the music is by Nadeem Shravan.  The voices are of Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhosle. Given the timing of this film, this song would likely be one of the very last recordings of Kishore Kumar. On screen, the song is performed by Mithun Chakravary and Madhuri Dixit.  Other actors present in the video clip are  Om puri, Amarish Puri, Sanjay Dutt, Rakhee, Suresh Bhagwat, and A.K.Hangal.

May the blessings of auspiciousness remain with you and your household, for the entire year, till we come to this celebration yet once again, in the next year.

Om Shri Gam Ganpataye Namah

Song – Deva Ho Deva Gali Gali Mein Hai Tere Naam Ka Shor (Ilaaka) (1989) Singer – Kishore Kumar, Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – Anjaan, MD – Nadeem Shravan
Kishore + Asha
Male Chorus
Female Chorus
All Chorus

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

ae. . .
devaa ho devaa
gali gali mein
tere naam kaa hai shor
devaa ho devaa
gali gali mein
tere naam kaa hai shor
hum bhi pukaarein
kab hogi devaa
teri nazar hamaari ore
om namah ganeshaaye
om namah ganeshaaye
om namah ganeshaaye
om namah ganeshaaye

devaa ho devaa
gali gali mein
tere naam kaa hai shor
hum bhi pukaarein
kab hogi devaa
teri nazar hamaari ore
om namah ganeshaaye
om namah ganeshaaye
om namah ganeshaaye
om namah ganeshaaye

sabse bada tu
har devtaa se 
pehle hai  teraa naam
har dukh mitaaye
bigadi banaaye
aaye tu sabke kaam
aaye hain hum tere dwaare
tujhse badi aas lagaaye
teri daya se devaa
har sapna sach ho jaaye
apne sapne. . .
ho ho
ho ho

honge poore
ho ho
ho ho
apne sapne honge poore
aisa bhi din kabhi aaye. . .gaa
devaa ho devaa
gali gali mein
tere naam kaa hai shor

hum bhi pukaarein
kab hogi devaa

teri nazar hamaari ore

hoo..ooo…oo
aaa…aaa….aaaa
hoo..ooo…oo
aaa…aaa….aaaa
hoo..ooo…oo
aaa…aaa….aaaa
hoo..ooo…oo
aaa…aaa….aaaa

mann mein rahe tu
mann mein basey tu
jaane tu mann ki baat
milnaa bichhdnaa
ban’naa bigadnaa
sab kuchch hai tere haath
tere ye khel  niraale
yahaan koyee samajh na paaye
jaane kahaan anjaane
kyaa anhonee ho jaaye
dekhe tu sabko
ho ho
ho ho

teri nazar se
ho ho
ho ho

dekhe tu sabko
teri nazar se
bachhke kahaan koyee jaaye. . .gaa
devaa ho devaa
gali gali mein
tere naam kaa hai shor

hum bhi pukaarein
kab hogi devaa

teri nazar hamaari ore
om namah ganeshaaye
om namah ganeshaaye
om namah ganeshaaye

is dharti par paap na ho
(om namah ganeshaaye)
koyee dukh santaap na ho
(om namha ganeshaaye)
jeevan mein satkarm karein
paalan apnaa dharm karein
jab koyee anyaaye karey. . .
(om namah ganeshaaye)
tu hi uska nyaaye karey
(om namah ganeshaaye)
tu hi usskaa nyaaye kare
(om namah ganeshaaye)
om namah ganeshaaye
om namah ganeshaaye

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6 Responses to "Deva Ho Deva Gali Gali Mein Hai Tere Naam Ka Shor"

Sometym bk I was looking for the last song. He passed away in ’87 and this is aa 1989 movie. So was this his last movie

If my memory serves me right, his last song or songss were in Mithun/Sridevi South potboiler movie Waqt ki awaaz,I may be wrong, please someone confirm this
one of the comments for following link also mentions this…………

PCji you are not wrong in the sense this song from Waqt Ki Awaz he recorded a day before he passed away. but movies like Waqt Ki Awaz, Ilaaka, Daata etc were released some time in 1989-90. so we really don’t know which was his last release

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