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Deewaali phir aa gayi sajni

Posted on: November 11, 2015


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Today (11 november 2015) is Deepaawali, the festival of lights. This festival is easily the biggest festival of India. Initially this was just a festival of lights but now it has become a festival when people go on a shopping spree on a major scale. Indian market records their maximum sales of the year during the festival. People have been sold the idea that it is an auspicious occasion for buying expensive items.:) It is a day when shoppers make sure that Goddess Laxmi reaches the households of shopkeepers with a vengeance. 🙂

When I look back, I find that it is the EIGHTH deepaawali festival for the blog ! It is truly a great feeling to realise that this blog where we are collecting and sharing information and knowledge about HFM has not only survives for this long but has even grown and developed. When this blog saw its first deepaawali (on 27 october 2008), I had discussed three Deepaawali songs on that they and they had received just one comment each on that day! And these comments were made by Raja. So one can imagine how lonely it used to be in this blog during its initial days. In this blog I keep talking about Raja’s contributions in the growth of this blog. One can imagine that the support of Raja would have meant the world to me during that Deepaawali eight years ago. When I revisited those posts again, I once again felt like thanking Raja.

The next deepaawali for the blog fell on 17 october 2009. There were two posts that day and none of them were deepaawali posts. It does not surprise me because I was passing through some tough times during the dashara and deepaawali seasons of 2009. The fact that I continued to post regularly in the blog during those days is something that even I find amazing today.

The third deepaawali for the blog was on 5 november 2010. Five deepaawali songs were discussed on that day, though these five posts were greeted by just one comment on that day.

The fourth deepaawali for the blog was on 26 october 2011. The blog touched an all time high figure for visitors that month (and the record still stays intact). Six deepaawali songs were discussed on that day.

The fifth deepaawali for the blog was on 13 november 2012. Five deepaawali songs were discussed on that day.

The sixth deepaawali for the blog was on 3 november 2013. Four deepaawali songs were discussed that day.

The seventh deepaawali for the blog was on 26 october 2014. Three deepaawali songs were discussed on that day.

Today (11 november 2015) is the eighth Deepawali for the blog. with so many Deepaawali songs already discussed, have we run out of Deepaawali songs ? Not at
all. We still have several undiscussed Deepawali songs to chose from.

Here is the first Deepaawali song of the day. This is one song that I had held on for quite some time, to be discussed on this occasion. This song is from “Khazaanchi”(1941), a milestone movie Hindi movie.

It was in this movie that Folk music based tunes began to get created in Hindi movies. And these songs became big hits. Some of them have gone on to become timeless classics.

“khazaanchi”(1941) has a Deepaawali song in it. And it is one of the timeless classic songs from this movie.

This song is sung by Shamshad Begam. Wali Sahab is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ghulam Haider.

The song is picturised on a very young Manorama, who lip syncs this song in the company of other ladies. The picturisation gives us an idea who Deepaawali used to get celebrated in India 74 years ago !

With this song, the ninth and final song from the movie to appear in the blog, “Khazaanchi”(1941) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

I have not been able to get a few words right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections wherever applicable in the lyrics.

I take this opportunity to wish everyone a happy and prosperous Deepawali and new year. Have a happy and safe Deepaawali.

Audio

Video

Song-Deewaali phir aa gayi sajni (Khazaanchi)(1941) Singer-Shamshad Begam, Lyrics-Wali Sahab, MD-Ghulam Haider
Chorus

Lyrics

deewaali
phir aa gayi sajni
deewaali
phir aa gayi sajni

haan haan
?? ka deep jalaa le
haan haan
?? ka deep jalalen
deewaali phir aa gayi sajni
deewaali phir aa gayi sajni

paawas ki yoon deep jalaayen
kyun aakash ke taare
paawas ki yoon deep jalaayen
kyun aakash ke taare
jagmag jagmag ho sab duniya
kho jaayen andhiyaare
jagmag jagmag hon sab duniya
kho jaayen andhiyaare
aankhen malte malte sajni
aankhen malte malte sajni
jaag uthhen ujiyaare
deewali phir aa gayi sajni
deewali phir aa gayi sajni

haan haan
?? ka deep jalaa len
haan haan
?? ka deep jala len
deewaali phir aa gayi sajni
deewaali phir aa gayi sajni

ae ri sakhi chalen nand gaanv ko
lekar man ki maala
ae ri sakhi chalen nand gaanv ko
lekar man ki maala

aao sakhi
chalen nand gaaon ko
lekar man ki maala
aao sakhi
chalen nand gaaon ko
lekar man ki maala
de aayen andhiyaare man ke
le aayen ujiyaara
de aayen andhiyaare man ke
le aayen ujiyaara
jamuna tat par chal kar sajni
jamuna tat par chal kar sajni
jeewan ke sukh paa len
deewaali phir aa gayi sajni
deewaali phir aa gayi sajni

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6 Responses to "Deewaali phir aa gayi sajni"

Atulbhai,
By ‘wrong mistake’ or ‘printer’s devil’ or ‘unpaid typist error’, Singer’s name is mentioned in the write-up as ‘Ameerbai’ instead of ‘Shamshad begum’.

It was an “perpetually absent minded typist’s” error that has now been corrected. 🙂

and the unfortunate thing is that you can not ‘fire’ the tipist !!

Happy Diwali

Saal Mubarak to all …!!!
as a member of the team this is my fourth Deepaawali with this blog 🙂

Congratulations Atul ji on covering all songs of ‘Khazaanchi-1941’ and its joining to the ‘list of movies- all songs covered’ 🙂

There is another small song of about one and half minutes long “Tori aankhen hain madh ki pyaali sung by Ghulam Haider and Shamshad Begum in Khazanchi (1941). It looks like a stage dance song. https://youtu.be/kkgV20e_h6Y 1:03:30 – 1:04:53

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