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Jhankaaro jhankaaro agneeveena

Posted on: January 23, 2017


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Today (23 january 2017) is the 120th birth anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose (Dob-23 january 1897).

Lots and lots have been written and said about Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose over the decades. We in this blog have also written about him. In fact, I too have written about him in this blog durng his earlier birth anniversaries.

In one of these articles, I had mentioned the fact that British rulers had established a system of rulers who would think like them and act like them.

Though India got political independence from the British in 1947, India continued to be ruled by Brisish trained (brainwashed) Indian rulers in the same way in which British used to rule. Some cosmetic changes were made, viz. Indian Civil Service (ICS) was renamed as Indian Administrative Service (IAS) but not much changed. The policing system did not even change. The same IPC (Indian Penal code) established in 1860 is still mindlessly followed in India. British themselves do not follow anything like IPC in their own country.

British wrote history as suited them, which meant that true facts were replaced by fiction in order to show them in favourable light. The act of killing Indians by starving them, which should have received the same infamy as the treatment of Jews by Nazis, was euphemistically described as “the great famine” in the history books. Brainwashed Indians parrot the same facts as written by the British.

We are told that the British left India because of the movement of Mahatma Gandhi and his followers and that those who did not follow Mahatma Gandhi somehow did not contribute to Indian Independence movement.

This kind of selective amnesia to suit the ruling class of a nation is not unique to Indians. The country (countries) that got independence with India also write their own history where facts are replaced by fiction. Bangladeshi history books mention that the valiant Mukti bahini fighters defeated Pakistani military and won a famous victory. The fact that Indian military defeated Pakistan army finds no mention in Bangladeshi history. Likewise the history that is taught in Pakistan mentions that they have won every war against India but somehow their politicians lost the gains of their war victories.

If non violent methods won India their independence then what are the explanation for the mass scale violence that broke out during partition ? This and many other facts cannot be explained by the history that we have been taught just as the history books of our neighbours cannot explain many well known facts that happened to them.

Subhash Chandra Bose is not a mainstream figure as far as Indian ruling elite are concerned. Still, public fascination with Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose is such that his memory cannot be wished away. We do have colleges, airports, stadiums etc names after him. We have had movies produced on his life in many Indian languages.

The true and full facts about Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose have been kept out of public purview for some reasons, but all that cannot obscure the fact that he was one of the leading freedom fighters of India. His contribution in seeing the back of the British rulers may be greater than what we have been taught in our history books.

In my growing up years, most Indian households had photographs of national leaders in their walls. Even though Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose was not a government projected hero, but public held him in the highest esteem and his photograph formed part of every Indian household. Some five decades or so later, I would say that Netaji is still held in the same high esteem by public as he was all these decades ago.

“Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose”(1966) was one of several Hindi movies that deals with his life. This movie was directed by Hemen Gupta for Adarshlik, Bombay. This movie had Abhi Bahattacharya, Jaimala, Bipin Gupta, Ulhas, Maxworth, Padma Devi, Niranjan Sharma, N R Madholkar, Leela Mishra, Rajeshwar Dayal, Sudarshan Sethi, Moni Cahtterji, Kant Kumar, Paresh Kumar, Munshi Niyamatullah, Kishan Raj, Mohan Kaul, Jaisingh, Sawant, Kamal Kapoor, Moore, Volga, Supariwala, Panna kapoor, Harry, Kelly etc in it.

This movie had five songs in it. Two of these songs have been discussed during the past birth anniversaries of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. Here is the third song from the movie to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Hemant Kumar, Sabita Bannerji and chorus. Kavi Pradeep is the lyricist. Music is composed by Salil Chaudhary.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me byAvinash Scrapwala.


Song-Jhankaaro jhankaaro jhankaaro (Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose)(1966) Singers-Hemant Kumar, Sabita Bannerji, Lyrics-Pradeep, MD-Salil Chaudhary
All Chorus
Male chorus,
Female chorus

Lyrics(Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
——————————————————–
Jhankaaro jhankaaro jhananana
Jhan jhan
Jhankaaro agniveena
Aazaad hoke bandhuon jiyo
Ye jeena kya jeena
Ye jeena aa
Kya jeena

Jhananana jhan jhan
Jhankaaro agniveena
Aazaad hoke bandhuon jiyo
Ye jeena
Kya jeena
Ye jeena aa
Kya jeena aa

Baj gaya bigul deewaanon o
Chalte chalo
Baj gaya bigul deewaanon o
Chalte chalo

Manzil ki taraf mastaano o o
Chalte chalo
Manzil ki taraf mastaano o o
Chalte chalo

Aazaadi hai apna haq
Jab tak naa mile tab tak
Aazaadi ke parwaano o chalte chalo o
Aazaadi hai apna haq
Aa
Jab tak naa mile tab tak
Aa aa
Aazaadi ke parwaanon o chalte chalo o
Aa aa aa

Jhankaaro jhankaaro jhananana
Jhan jhan
Jhankaaro agniveena
Aazaad hoke bandhuon jiyo
Ye jeena
Kya jeena
Ye jeena aa
Kya jeena aa

O sir katwaanewaalon aage badho
O sar katwaanewaalon aage badho
Phaansi pe lataknewaalon aage badho
Phaansi pe lataknewaalon aage badho
Bandhan mein hain apni Maa
Zanjeer mein apni Maa
O khoon bahaanewaalon
aage badho
Bandhan mein hain apni Maa

Aa
Zanjeer mein apni Maa
Aa aa
O khoon bahaanewaalon aage badho
Aa aa aa

Jhankaaro jhankaaro jhananana
Jhan jhan
Jhankaaro agniveena
Aazaad hoke bandhuon jiyo
Ye jeena
kya jeena
Ye jeena kya jeena aa

Tum ho sheron ki toli ee
Tum naa daro
Tum ho sheron ki toil ee
Tum naa daro

Chaahe laathi chale ya goli
Tum naa daro
Chaahe laathi chale ya goli
Tum naa daro

Shamsheer ho desh ki tum
Taqdeer ho desh ki tum
Bolo inqalaab ki boli ee
Tum naa daro
Shamsheer ho desh ki tum
Aa
Taqdeer ho desh ki tum
Aa aa
Bolo inqalaab ki boli
Tum naa daro
Aa aa aa

Jhankaaro jhankaaro jhananana
Jhan jhan
Jhankaaro agniveena
Aazaad hoke bandhuon jiyo
Ye jeena
Kya jeena
Ye jeena aa
Kya jeena aa

——————————————————–
Devngri script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
——————————————————–

झंकारो झंकारो झननन
झन झन
झंकारो अग्निवीणा
आज़ाद होके बंधुओ जियो
ये जीना
क्या जीना
ये जीना आ
क्या जीना
झंकारो झंकारो झननन
झन झन
झंकारो अग्निवीणा
आज़ाद होके बंधुओ जियो
ये जीना क्या जीना
ये जीना आ
क्या जीना आ

बज गया बिगुल दीवानों ओ
चलते चलो
बज गया बिगुल दीवानों ओ
चलते चलो

मंजिल की तरफ मस्तानों चलते चलो ओ ओ
मंजिल की तरफ मस्तानों चलते चलो ओ ओ
आज़ादी हैं अपना हक
जब तक ना मिले तब तक
आज़ादी के परवानों चलते चलो ओ
आज़ादी हैं अपना हक

जब तक ना मिले तब तक
आ आ
आज़ादी के परवानों चलते चलो ओ
आ आ आ
झंकारो झंकारो झननन
झन झन
झंकारो अग्निवीणा
आज़ाद होके बंधुओ जियो
ये जीना
क्या जीना
ये जीना आ
क्या जीना आ

ओ सिर कटवानेवालो आगे बढ़ो
ओ सिर कटवानेवालो आगे बढ़ो
फांसी पे लटकनेवालों आगे बढ़ो
फांसी पे लटकनेवालों आगे बढ़ो
बंधन में हैं अपनी माँ
ज़ंजीर में अपनी माँ
ओ खून बहानेवालों आगे बढ़ो
बंधन में हैं अपनी माँ


ज़ंजीर में अपनी माँ
आ आ
ओ खून बहानेवालों आगे बढ़ो
आ आ आ
झंकारो झंकारो झननन
झन झन
झंकारो अग्निवीणा
आज़ाद होके बंधुओ जियो
ये जीना
क्या जीना
ये जीना आ
क्या जीना आ

तुम हो शेरों की टोली ई
तुम ना डरो
तुम हो शेरों की टोली ई
तुम ना डरो

चाहे लाठी चले या गोली
तुम ना डरो
चाहे लाठी चले या गोली
तुम ना डरो

शमशीर हो देश की तुम
तकदीर हो देश की तुम
बोलो इंक़लाब की बोली ई
तुम ना डरो
शमशीर हो देश की तुम

तकदीर हो देश की तुम
आ आ
बोलो इंक़लाब की बोली
तुम ना डरो
आ आ आ
झंकारो झंकारो झननन
झन झन
झंकारो अग्निवीणा
आज़ाद होके बंधुओ जियो
ये जीना
क्या जीना
ये जीना आ
क्या जीना आ

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3 Responses to "Jhankaaro jhankaaro agneeveena"

Many mysteries about Subhash Babu is solved by Namo, who has released all confidential files in public domain.

@ Atul ji – many thanks for this post !!

Grateful Nation salutes ‘Mahanyak Subhash Chandra Bose’ on his birth anniversary today !!!

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