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Kachchi Dagar Panghat Ki Chalat Darr Laage Re Laage Sakhi Ri

Posted on: February 19, 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.

Songs to Tickle Your Memory – 29
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Haan ji, bahut dinon baad. . . after a gap of many days. I am reviving and adding one more gem of a song to the series on ’Songs To Tickle Your Memory’. And once again, it is the doing of Arvinder ji. Today morning I get a call from him he informs me that he has truckload full of items he deals in, to be delivered to me. Samajh to yahi aaya that he is trying to wring one more song from me. But yes, the story is same as before. His request has been sitting in my mailbox now for some weeks. And it continues to accumulate interest in terms of more email reminders. 🙂

This song is from the 1962 film ‘Apna Bana Ke Dekho’. There are seven songs in this film, and three of them are already showcased here, including the most famous song of this film – “Raaz e Dil Un Se Chhupaaya Na Gaya”. This post makes it four songs posted now. In the remaining songs, there is yet one more gem of Asha solo, waiting to come on board.

Ah yes, this song is sung by Asha ji too.  Music is by Ravi and the lyrics are written by SH Bihari. It is a fast paced dance song, with an accompaniment of a chorus of ladies, presumably the’sahelis’ (friends) of, as the main singer tells us about her fears of going to ‘panghat’ (the village well) to fetch water. She is apprehensive of the young men on the way, who watch her with meaningful looks. A very interesting set of lyrics.

Listen and enjoy.

Song – Kachchi Dagar Panghat Ki Chalat Darr Laage Re Laage Sakhi Ri (Apna Bana Ke Dekho) (1962) Singer – Asha Bhosle, Lyrics – SH Bihari, MD – Ravi
Chorus

Lyrics

oo oo oooo oooooo

oo oo oooo oooooo

kachchi dagar panghat ki
chalat darr laage re laage sakhi ri
ho oo oo
kachchi dagar panghat ki
chalat darr laage re laage sakhi ri
chhalki jaaye mori matki
chalat darr laage re laage sakhi ri
chalat darr laage re laage sakhi ri

oo oo oooooo
thandi thandi pawan lehraaye
thandi thandi pawan lehraaye
gore mukhde pe latt balkhaaye
gore mukhde pe latt balkhaaye
mohey chhed na bhaaye natkhat ki
chalat darr laage re laage sakhi ri
kachchi dagar panghat ki
chalat darr laage re laage sakhi ri
chalat darr laage re laage sakhi ri

aaa aa aaa aa
aaa aa aaa aa
aaaaa aaaaaaa aaaa aaaaaaaaa

oo oo oooooo
mein to painyyaan dharoon bach bach ke
mein to painyyaan dharoon bach bach ke
kahin patli kamar na lachke
kahin patli kamar na lachke
hai baat bade sankat ki
chalat darr laage re laage sakhi ri
kachchi dagar panghat ki
chalat darr laage re laage sakhi ri
chalat darr laage re laage sakhi ri

oo oo oooooo
meri raahon mein khade dilwaale
meri raahon mein khade dilwaale
teer nazron ke phenke matwaale
haaye
teer nazron ke phenke matwaale
karun ot sakhi main ghungha ki
chalat darr laage re laage sakhi ri
kachchi dagar panghat ki
chalat darr laage re laage sakhi ri
chhalki jaaye mori matki
chalat darr laage re laage sakhi ri

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ओ ओ ओss ओssss

ओ ओ ओss ओssss

कच्ची डगर पनघट की
चलत डर लागे रे लागे सखी री
हो ओ ओ
कच्ची डगर पनघट की
चलत डर लागे रे लागे सखी री
छलकी जाये मोरी मटकी
चलत डर लागे रे लागे सखी री
चलत डर लागे रे लागे सखी री

ओ ओ ओsssss
ठंडी ठंडी पवन लहराए
ठंडी ठंडी पवन लहराए
गोरे मुखड़े पे लट बलखाए
गोरे मुखड़े पे लट बलखाए
मोहे छेड़ ना भाए नटखट की
चलत डर लागे रे लागे सखी री
कच्ची डगर पनघट की
चलत डर लागे रे लागे सखी री
चलत डर लागे रे लागे सखी री

आss आ आss आ
आss आ आss आ
आsss आsssss आss आssssssss
ओ ओ ओsssss
मैं तो पैंय्यान धरूँ बच बच के
मैं तो पैंय्यान धरूँ बच बच के
कहीं पतली कमर ना लचके
कहीं पतली कमर ना लचके
हाय बात बड़े संकट की
चलत डर लागे रे लागे सखी री
कच्ची डगर पनघट की
चलत डर लागे रे लागे सखी री
चलत डर लागे रे लागे सखी री

ओ ओ ओsssss
मेरी राहों में खड़े दिलवाले
मेरी राहों में खड़े दिलवाले
तीर नज़रों के फेंके मतवाले
हाय
तीर नज़रों के फेंके मतवाले
करूँ ओट सखी मैं घूँघट की
चलत डर लागे रे लागे सखी री
कच्ची डगर पनघट की
चलत डर लागे रे लागे सखी री
छलकी जाये मोरी मटकी
चलत डर लागे रे लागे सखी री

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5 Responses to "Kachchi Dagar Panghat Ki Chalat Darr Laage Re Laage Sakhi Ri"

Thanks Sudhir Ji and Arvinder JI for bringing this forgotten song in public domain.This used to be very popular in radio days.

What a pleasant surprise, hearing this gem, which is one of the most enchanting Asha solos, and a great favorite since my younger days. I’m surprised that the song didn’t catch the fancy of regular uploaders on YouTube, but at the same time, it’s an honor to be mentioned in the comments on song, as a motivator 😁
Many thanks Sudhir Ji, and yes, dear Rakesh Shrivastava Ji, who has commented above, is also planning to flood you with his requests.
Hopefully, you will be posting his requests as well. (This reminds me of Akashwani listeners from Jhumritalaiya, Nayagaon and other such unheard places, from where the hordes of listeners used to send their song requests)
Thanks again and regards

Thanks Arvinder JI.if you recall those days there used to be a regular name of some Babu Van Khede in the list of farmaish senders to Vividh Bharati.
Regards

It must be Babu Wankhede.
I feel that those who sent farmaishes on regular basis must be paanwalas who had all the time in the world to listen to the transistor-radio in their shop>24×7. While applying chuna-katha they were applying for their farmaishes.
Now guess what, they are smsing and emailing their farmaishes; apna jag khub badal gawa, kya?
They are literally riding the radio waves
A mad passion for music has turned Jhumritalaiya into a legend.
Even the name has a certain cadence to it – Jhumritalaiya. If regular radio listeners are to be believed, the soil too of this town nestling between Jhumri and Talaiya villages in Bihar’s Hazaribagh district, is suffused with music.
For, as long as anyone can remember, it has been ruling the radio waves, the names of its residents who write in with their requests for Hindi film songs on Vividh Bharati and Radio Sri Lanka.
Sending requests on postcards started off as a harmless pastime in the ’50s in this town of 50,000. Then it became a passion and then an obsession. The name Jhumritalaiya has since passed into folklore, immortalised in film songs and a myriad other ways.

In a popular audio-cassette entitled Picnic ke Rang, Sitaron ke Sang, Chalo Jhumritalaiya released last year by T-Series, Sudesh Bhosle mimics the voices of stars from Dilip Kumar to Amrish Puri while recounting their adventurous bus journey to, yes, Jhumritalaiya.

A quarter century ago, the heroine in a breezy film, Haseena Maan Jaayegi, belted out a mock threat to her lover that she would leave him for the fabled town: “Main Jhumritalaiya jaoongi, Sainyan tore karan.”
A high point in the town’s fame was being mentioned in a song from a hit film of the 60s.
The first note in Jhumritalaiya’s musical history was struck by Rameshwar Prasad Barnawal, a mica tycoon – the town is famous for its mica and the inhabitants largely consist of two groups, mica magnates and poor mica splitters.
In the early ’50s, Barnawal started mailing in 20-25 requests a day to Radio Ceylon – All India Radio had then shunned ‘cheap’ film music. His proudest moment came when after Mughal-e-Azam’s release in 1960, the Radio Ceylon disc-jockey interrupted a programme to play ‘Jab pyar kiya to darna kya’ on Barnawal’s telegraphic farmaish.
Barnawal inspired Ganga Prasad Magadhiya, 50, a paan shop owner, now a household name among listeners. Romantic songs used to mesmerize Magadhiya since childhood – so much so that he dropped out of school.
But what tingled him was hearing his name on radio – half a dozen times in his heyday. Barnawal and Magadiya’s fame spawned a cult in their home town. To save labour, the request format was printed on postcards and the song details filled in. In the ’80s, the first-ever radio listeners’ club was formed in the town. Jhumritalaiya fan clubs sprang up in other states.
And place names such as Nanded, Rajnand Gaon(now in Chhatisgarh), Naya and Purana Jalna vied with Jhumritalaiya for air time.
Today, TV and video have pushed their poorer cousin out of the limelight. As for what is broadcast these days, even the most fanatical loyalist in Jhumritalaiya has been turned off by the cacophony and ludicrous lyrics of the current crop of film songs.
Prohibitive postal costs, the poor transmission quality of Radio Sri Lanka and the unimaginative programmes of Vividh Bharati are other reasons why fewer request letters flooding the radio stations bear the famous Jhumritalaiya stamp mark.
The only consolation for the Jhumritalaiyans who spent the prime of their life glued to the radio sets, is, in Magadhiya’s melancholic couplet: “Mana ki farmaish bachpana barbad karti hai, Magar yeh kya kam hai ki duniya yaad karti hai. (This craze destroys our childhood, but the world will remember us.)

comments #2 n 3 .there was another regular.”…kaamthi se dada bhai chakole…!!!!???”

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