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Hum Ko Hai Jaan Se Pyaara, Pyaara Watan Hamaara

Posted on: January 26, 2016


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.

WE, THE PEOPLE OF INDIA, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a SOVEREIGN SOCIALIST SECULAR DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC and to secure to all its citizens:

JUSTICE, social, economic and political;

LIBERTY of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship;

EQUALITY of status and of opportunity; and to promote among them all

FRATERNITY assuring the dignity of the individual and the unity and integrity of the Nation;

IN OUR CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY this twenty-sixth day of November, 1949, do HEREBY ADOPT, ENACT AND GIVE TO OURSELVES THIS CONSTITUTION.

Greetings to all on the 67th Republic day of our country.

The above are the starting words and sentences of the Constitution of India, the primary and the seminal document that lays down the basic definitions that determine what our nation is deemed to be, by its people. The existence of a Constitution document for a nation means that the power which determines how the nation will be governed and managed, vests in its people and not in the hands of a set of individuals (as in a monarchy) or in the hands of any foreign power. The existence of such a document is a powerful concept that is aligned with the philosophy and the principles of democratic societies.

The history of the Indian sub continent tells us that before the political divisiveness of narrow vested interests came into the fore, the land on this earth was demarcated more by cultural definitions, rather than lines on the maps dividing the countries based on local and selfish interests. Our nation, by the definition of such cultural expanse, was at one time in not too distant past, was spread from the mountains of Afghanistan in the west, all the way to Siam (current day Thailand), and Sumatra (current day Indonesia). When the colonizers came from Europe, they dissected the maps into nation states, and exploited them for their own benefit. Although the nations have been demarcated and separated on political and regional lines, they still carry unmistakable imprint of the cultural influence of the Indian sub continent.

In the ending years of the 19th century, the boundaries of the Afghan nation were drawn. Later, in the 20th century, around the end of world war II, the nation of Burma was created. Since the middle of the 19th century, the Indian sub continent was governed by the Government of India Acts passed by the British parliament in 1858, 1919 and 1935 successively. When the Britishers decided to leave the shores of India as rulers, that transition was enacted as another legislation of the British parliament – the Indian Independence Act of 1947. It is quite a checkered history of how the British took hold of the power, ruled this country and then eventually decided to depart.

The Indian Independence Act of 1947 foisted another partition on to this sub continent, dividing the country on the basis of religion, into India and Pakistan. It established the nation of India as a constitutional monarchy with King George VI as head of state and the Earl Mountbatten as its governor-general. In the absence of any constitutional document, the laws as were laid down in the Government of India Act of 1935, continued to provide the basis for governing this newly independent nation. In the quest for establishing a constitution for India, the Constituent Assembly of India appointed on 28 August 1947, the Drafting Committee headed by Dr BR Ambedkar, to draft a permanent constitution for our country.

The first draft of the constitution, which heavily borrowed from various sources which include the earlier Government of India Acts and the constitution documents of other nations like the Australia, France and United States etc., was presented before the Constituent Assembly on 4th November 1947. There followed a period of three years of deliberations on this draft. The deliberations took place in eleven sessions which were open to the public, and lasted in all for 166 days. Representations were sought from and made by practically all the major and minor components of the Indian population. A total of 7,635 amendments were moved, of which 2,473 were accepted. On 26th November, 1949, the final draft of the Constitution of India was approved and adopted by the Constituent Assembly. This day is designated as the Constitution Day.

Then on 24th January 1950, two handwritten copies of the Constitution, one in Hindi and one in English, were signed by the 308 members of the Constituent Assembly. (These original copies are adorned with beautiful calligraphy on each page, by the renowned artist, Beohar Rammanohar Sinha of Jabalpur, under the guidance of Acharya Nandalal Bose of Shantiniketan). Two days later, on 26th January, 1950, the Constitution came into force as the presiding law of the land for the entire nation of India. The date of 15th August is the day when India celebrated its Independence. 26th January is the day when our country celebrates the adoption of the Constitution of India as the premier document of the law of this country.

Today, we are celebrating the 67th Republic Day. On this occasion, I present this wonderful song of the spirit of nationalism, from the 1935 film ‘Desh Deepak’. The film was also titled ‘Josh e Watan’. A period costume drama which is set in medieval Iran, this film is produced under the banner of Wadia Movietone and is directed by JBH Wadia.  The cast of actors includes Sharifa, Iqbal, Sardar Mansoor, Sayani Atish, Nadia, Husn Banu, Charlie, John Cawas, SL Puri, Master Mohammed, Master Jaidev, and Bashir Ahmed Qawwaal etc. The name Master Jaidev listed here is the person who later became the famous music director.

The songs of this film are written by Josef David and the music is by Master Mohammed.  The singing voice for this song is identified as that of Sardar Mansoor.

Once again, greetings to all on this occasion of national significance.

Song – Hum Ko Hai Jaan Se Pyaara, Pyaara Watan Hamaara (Desh Deepak) (1935) Singer – Sardar Mansoor, Lyrics – Josef David, MD – Master Mohammed

Lyrics

hum ko hai jaan se pyaara
pyaara watan hamaara haan
pyaara watan hamaara
hum ko hai jaan se pyaara pyaara
pyaara watan hamaara haan
pyaara watan hamaara
hum baaghbaan hain is ke
hum baaghbaan hain is ke
aur ye chaman hamaara haan
aur ye chaman hamaara
aur ye chaman hamaara
aur ye chaman hamaara
aur ye chaman hamaara haan
aur ye chaman hamaara

haasil hai humko nemat
is ke hi dam kadam se
haasil hai humko nemat
is ke hi dam kadam se
ho kyon na is pe sadqe
ho kyon na is pe sadqe
ye tan badan hamaara haan
ye tan badan hamaara
ye tan badan hamaara
ye tan badan hamaara haan
ye tan badan hamaara
hum ko hai jaan se pyaara pyaara
pyaara watan hamaara haan
pyaara watan hamaara

maadar ki tareh is ki…ee…ee…ee…ee…ee
haaan aaaaa aaaa aaaaa
aaaaaaa aaaaaa aaaaaaaa
aaaaa aaaaaa aaaaaa aaaaa aaaaaaa
aaaaaaaaaa aaaa aaaa aaaaaa
maadar ki tareh is ki
hum god mein paley hain
maadar ki tareh is ki
hum god mein paley hain
marne pe khaak is ki
marne pe khaak is ki
hogi kafan hamaara haan
hogi kafan hamaara
hogi kafan hamaara
hogi kafan hamaara
hogi kafan hamaara haan
hogi kafan hamaara


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Hindi Script Lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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हम को है जान से प्यारा
प्यारा वतन हमारा हाँ
प्यारा वतन हमारा
हम को है जान से प्यारा प्यारा
प्यारा वतन हमारा हाँ
प्यारा वतन हमारा
हम बाग़बान हैं इसके
हम बाग़बान हैं इसके
और ये चमन हमारा हाँ
और ये चमन हमारा
और ये चमन हमारा
और ये चमन हमारा
और ये चमन हमारा हाँ
और ये चमन हमारा

हासिल है हमको नेमत
इसके ही दम कदम से
हासिल है हमको नेमत
इसके ही दम कदम से
हो क्यों ना इस पे सदक़े
हो क्यों ना इस पे सदक़े
ये तन बदन हमारा हाँ
ये तन बदन हमारा
ये तन बदन हमारा
ये तन बदन हमारा हाँ
ये तन बदन हमारा
हम को है जान से प्यारा प्यारा
प्यारा वतन हमारा हाँ
प्यारा वतन हमारा

मादर की तरह इसकी॰॰ई॰॰ई॰॰ई॰॰ई॰॰ई
हाँ आsss आss आsss
आsssss आsssss आssssss
आएसएसएस आssss आssss आsss आsssss
आssssssss आsss आsss आsssss
मादर की तरह इसकी
हम गोद में पले हैं
मादर की तरह इसकी
हम गोद में पले हैं
मरने पे खाक इस की
मरने पे खाक इस की
होगी कफन हमारा हाँ
होगी कफन हमारा
होगी कफन हमारा
होगी कफन हमारा
होगी कफन हमारा हाँ
होगी कफन हमारा

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1 Response to "Hum Ko Hai Jaan Se Pyaara, Pyaara Watan Hamaara"

Sudhirji,
Superb song. What a voice. Full of ethos and pathos. One of the best patriotic song ever.
You can also hear him in
Bambaiwali (1941)
Manthan (1941)
Jungle Princess (1942)
Master Mohammed>>
Sher-e-Baghdad (1946)
Sati Sita (1946)

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