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Jhoolo jhoolo pyaar hindole

Posted on: September 28, 2016


This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a regular 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.

September 28th is the date which the connoisseurs of Hindi film music would definitely remember for being the birthday of Lata Mangeshkar, one of the greatest singers born in the 20th century. We are fortunate that she is in the midst of us hale and hearty and continues to sing songs for Hindi films. As per http://www.myswar.com, the last song she recorded was ‘jeena kya hai jaana maine’ for the film ‘Dunno Y2 Life Is A Moment’ (2015). With a singing carrier of over 7 decades with a vast treasure of her songs as well as numerous articles and books on her life, Lata Mangeshkar does not need introduction. In fact, her introduction in a nutshell is ‘meri aawaaz hi pehchaan hai’ (My voice is the identity).

I was not sure whether I would attempt any write-up on Lata Mangeshkar’s 87th birthday for the Blog. As it is, even in normal circumstances ( meaning uploading of 4-5 songs per day on the Blog), Lata Mangeshkar would surely find place in the Blog almost every day. What prompted me to write this piece at the last moment was my coming across one of her rare songs only a couple of days back while searching for Balakram’s songs in Hindi films. I felt very nostalgic when I heard the song. For the moment, I forgot that a part of this song was also rendered by Balakram.

On the occasion of the 87th birthday of Lata Mangeshkar, I am presenting one of her rare songs of the late 40s ‘jhoolo jhoolo pyaar hindole’ which she sang with Balakram in the film ‘Hamaari Kahaani’ (1940s). What I liked about the song is that Lata Mangeshkar sang this composition of a semi-classical tune with ease. Note how Lata Mangeshkar sings ‘Jhoo……lo’ with ornamentation.

The music director of the song under discussion is Hemant Kedar who is none other than Ramkrishna Shinde as confirmed by his wife during an interview conducted by Shishir Krishna Sharma. As per the interview, Ramkrishna Shinde took the name ‘Hemant Kedar’ as Hemant and Kedar were two of his favourite raagas. Before joining the film industry, both Ramkrishna Shinde and Lata Mangeshkar were performing together in some musical events at fairs and exhibitions to make ends meet.

I was keen to know at which year, the song under discussion may have been recorded. Ramkrishna Shinde’s first Hindi film as a music director was ‘Manager’ (1947) and he was also one of the two music directors for the film ‘Bihari’ (1948) in which he composed “Sabze Ki Durfishaani Phoolon Ka Shaamiyaana” sung by Lata Mangeshkar. I find some similarity in style of rendering by Lata Mangeshkar of the song from ‘Bihari’ (1948) and the song under discussion. This leads me to believe that the song under discussion may have been recorded sometime between1947-48. My hunch is that the song may have been recorded closer to 1948.

Enjoy the song which, I am sure, would make all of us nostalgic.

Audio Clip:

Song – Jhoolo jhoolo pyaar hindole (Hamaari Kahaani) (1940s) (UR) Singers – Lata Mangeshkar, Balakram, Lyrics – Banwaasi, MD – Hemant Kedar
Both

Lyrics

jhoolo jhoolo pyaar hindole
jhoo……lo
jhoolo jhoolo
jhoolo jhoolo pyaar hindole
jhoo……lo
jhoolo jhoolo

din aaye salone suhaane
aao gaayen muhabbat ke gaane
din aaye salone suhaane
aao gaayen muhabbat ke gaane
beeti baaton ko bhoolo
beeti baaton ko bhoolo
bhoolo
bhoolo
jhoolo
jhoolo
jhoolo
jhoolo jhoolo pyaar hindole
jhoo o o lo
jhoolo jhoolo pyaar hindole
jhoo oo oo lo
jhoolo jhoolo

ajab leela hai ishwar ki nyaari
ajab leela hai ishwar ki nyaari
jisne bigdi banaayi hamaari
jisne bigdi banaayi hamaari
aaj saari umangon mein jhoolo
aaj saari umangon mein jhoolo
jhoolo
jhoolo
jhoolo jhoolo pyaar hindole
jhoo oo oo lo
jhoolo jhoolo
jhoolo jhoolo pyaar hindole
jhoo oo oo lo
jhoolo jhoolo

mera tan man to aanand magan hai
ik teri hi mujhko lagan hai
mera tan man to aanand magan hai
ik teri hi mujhko lagan hai
aao pyaar ki boli bolo
aao pyaar ki boli bolo
bolo
bolo
jhoolo
jhoolo
jhoolo
jhoolo jhoolo pyaar hindole
jhoo oo oo lo
jhoolo jhoolo
jhoolo jhoolo pyaar hindole
jhoo oo oo lo
jhoolo jhoolo

4 Responses to "Jhoolo jhoolo pyaar hindole"

What can one say about Lata Didi?
We should thank our stars that we were born at a time to be able to hear her melodious and immortal voice at her peak.
I too join the billions of fans wishing her a very very happy birthday.
जीवेम शरदः शतंम –
Avadh Lal

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I am listening about 50 songs of her daily from mobile SD Card thanks to Bharatbhai who was kind enough to download his khazana on 32 GB card.
She is one of a kind and there cannot be another Lata
ek hi aawaaz hai lata
koi aur hai to bata

Balakram,
Kaka Abba Bade Khiladi
Gopal, Balwant Singh Master Krishnarao Pandit Sudarshan Padosi (1941)
Teri Chitthiya Se Sharmu
Nalini Jaywant Vasant Desai S R Saaj Hindustan Hamara (1950)
Aaj Ki Raat Nirali Hai
Lalita Phadke,Sudhir Phadke Mukhram Sharma Maya Bazar (1949)
Bachpan Mera Bachpan Tera Natkhat Ban Ke
Lalita Phadke, Sudhir Phadke Mukhram Sharma Maya Bazar (1949)
Jag Hai Darshan Ka Mela
Shyam Babu Pathak Kamalnayan Krishna Sudama (1947)
Mai Kya Mangu Mai Kyo Mangu
Asha Bhosle, Vasant Pawar Saraswati Kumar Deepak Shiv Leela (1952)

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A very different Lata voice. Many many hapy reurns of the day, Lataji. We are lucky to have you around us still.

A very good number.

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Sadanandji, According to Nerurkar’d ‘Ganndhaar Swaryatra’ Film ‘Hamari Kahani’ was not completed and hence not released. Your guess of year 1948 may be right as the film was being made between 1941-1950. the lyricist for the song is ‘Banwasi’.

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