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Wo chamak chamak kar aayi charaagon waali

Posted on: November 11, 2015


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“Jeewan” (1944) was produced by A R Kardar and directed by M Sadiq. The movie had Mehtab, Badri Prasad, Anwar, Shyam Kumar, Misra, Sofia, Nirmala etc in it.

Six songs from this movie has been discussed in the past. Here is the seventh and final song from the movie. This song is a rare song. More importantly, it is a Deepaawali song and therefore I was saving this song to be discussed on the day of Deepaawali. Today (11 november 2015) happens to be Deepaawali and so here is this “Deepaawali” song from ‘Jeewan”(1944).

D N Madhok is the lyricist. Music is composed by Naushad. HFGK does not mention the singer. YT have people identifying this voice variously as Hamida Bano, Amirbai karnataki etc. Personally I feel that this song has the voice of Amirbai Karnataki and chorus.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.

I have failed to get several words right in this song. My effort in noting down the lyrics leaves a lot to be desired. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks (lots of them) and suggest corrections (there are lots of them as well).

With this song, “Jeewan”(1944) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.

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


Song- Wo chamak chamak kar aayi charaagonwaali (Jeewan)(1944) Singer-Amirbai Karnataki, Lyrics-Mahar Ul Qadri, MD-Naushad
Chorus

Lyrics

Wo chamak chamak kar
Wo chamak chamak kar aayi charaagonwaali
charaagonwaali
more chhote garwaa(?) dole(?) sakhi deewaali

Wo chamak chamak kar
Wo chamak chamak kar aayi charaagonwaali
charaagonwaali
more chhote garwa(?) dole(?) sakhi deewaali

meri ?? pe man taara
meri ?? pe man taara
uthhaate jaao
uthhaate jaao

more ?? hain sabke paas
uthhaate jaao
uthhaate jaao

aakhen nainon mein naina daal
aakhen nainon mein naina daal
banoon matwaali
banoon matwaali
Wo chamak chamak kar
Wo chamak chamak kar aayi charaagonwaali
charaagonwaali
more chhote garwaa(?) dole(?) sakhi deewaali

meri gardan ka jhilmil haar
meri gardan ka jhilmil haar
chamakta jaaye
chamakta jaaye

mere aanchal pe ik ik taar
lachakta jaaye
lachakta jaaye

mere baalon se sharma jaaye
mere baalon se sharma jaaye
badariya kaali
badariya kaali
wo chamak chamak kar
wo chamak chamak kar aayi charaagonwaali
charaagonwaali
more chhote garwaa(?) dole(?) sakhi deewaali

aao gaayen khushi ka geet
aao gaayen khushi ka geet
deewaali aayi
deewaali aayi

meri ?? ki hogi jeet
sandesa laayee
sandesa laayee

dekho jagmat hai sansaar
dekho jagmat hai sansaar
huyi ujiyaari
huyi ujiyaari
Wo chamak chamak kar
wo chamak chamak kar aayi charaagonwaali
charaagonwaali
more chhote garwaa(?) dole(?) sakhi deewaali

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2 Responses to "Wo chamak chamak kar aayi charaagon waali"

Happy Deepawali to all !!!
Congratulations Atul ji on covering all songs of ‘Jeewan-1944’ 🙂

Mahir Ul Qadri
Mere Mann Ki Duniya Basa Di
Shamshad Begum Rafiq Ghaznavi Taqdeer (1943)
Aap Kyun Aayenge Kyu Aap Kyu Aayenge
Motilal, Shamshad Begum Rafiq Ghaznavi Taqdeer (1943)
Ghanghor Ghataaye Chhaayi
Shamshad Begum, Motilal Rafiq Ghaznavi Taqdeer (1943)
O Jaane Wale Aaja
Motilal, Shamshad Begum Rafiq Ghaznavi Taqdeer (1943)
Zalim Jawani Kaafir Adaaye
Rafiq Ghaznavi Taqdeer (1943)
Piya Des Hai Jaana
Ishwar Lal Chitalkar Ramchandra Zaban (1943)
Bigdi Hui Kismat
Ishwar Lal Chitalkar Ramchandra Zaban (1943)
My Dear I Love You
Zohrabai Ambalewali Naushad Jeevan (1944)
Aaj Mora Man Mora Man Nach Raha Re
Hamida Banu Naushad Jeevan (1944)
Chhaayi Kaali Ghata More Baalam Akele Mat Jaiyo
Khursheed Lal Muhammad, Paigankar Mitti (1947)

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