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Des Rangeela Rangeela Des Mera Rangeela

Posted on: August 15, 2017


This article is written by Peevesie’s Mom, 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.

Hullo to all in Atuldom

Wishing all a very Happy 70th INDEPENDENCE DAY. We step into our 71st year of Independence.

As children, we have been inculcated with a sense of patriotism. My school had a practice of hoisting the National Flag at a particular hour. Later in my life I was given to understand that this practise is governed by the hour the flag is hoisted in the nation’s capital Delhi- it seems that the flag has to be hoisted first in Delhi at the Red Fort and then the nation follows. I would love to know if what I learnt is right or wrong.

Coming back to the way it was celebrated in my school; after the flag was hoisted there would be a round of speeches mostly by the principal of the school and then a few students would read out their speeches. In the run, up to 15th August each student who desired to readout a speech had to show it to their teachers, get the contents approved, rectified or corrected for grammar and preferably get the speech by-heart before the important date. I distinctly remember having done this till I was in class 8 or 9. I also recollect that most of the speeches ran a similar thread wherein people listed out all our great leaders who featured in our history text books. The list normally started with Shivaji Maharaj & Rana Pratap; went on to include Bapu, Chacha Nehru, Dadabhai Naoroji, Sardar Patel, Netaji etc. (Avinash ji’s post on 9th August reminded me of this part of school speeches). Almost all the speeches would end with the thought that we will grow up and work towards making India proud of us. There would usually be around 10 student speech-givers (one from each class) and the ceremony would be concluded with distribution of chocolates – as we grew up the orange sugar candy also changed to Cadbury eclairs. I would like to know if India is really proud of us.

Later in my life, when my children were in school, I have been an audience to the celebrations there. I have seen the children dance to the various patriotic songs that Bollywood has to offer. In fact just a few days back our Avinash ji discovered that the list on the right side of our blog showing TOP POSTS featured all the top patriotic songs of Bollywood. To this our Peevesie enlightened us that it must be the schools searching for patriotic songs to perform & Atul ji also confirmed that this was a yearly occurrence.

I also remembered a song which was quite popular during my children’s school days, I don’t remember, though, whether either of them performed this at any of the celebrations in their school. The song is written by Prasoon Joshi, Jatin-Lalit are the music directors & Mahalakshmi Iyer has sung it in the Kunal Kohli directed 2006 release -‘Fanaa’. The movie featured Kajol- Amir Khan- Rishi Kapoor etc. It was a primarily a story of a terrorist who walks in and out of a blind girl’s life. They fall in love, she is made to believe that he (a tour guide) has died in a bomb-blast, she manages to get her eyesight through operation or eye transplant (one of the two) and then he walks back into her life -this time as a wounded combat army officer. She doesn’t know it is her lover or her son’s father as she only has heard and felt him (she was blind remember?). She nurses him back to health and in the time spent doing this she discovers that he is after all her lover, husband, father of her son and also (most importantly) he is not an army officer but a hard-hearted terrorist. She calls up the ATS (anti-terrorist squad) and also guns him down as he makes a bid to escape.  This was the gist of ‘Fanaa’.

Let us now have the song from the movie. It talks of the unity in diversity aspect of our country, something I myself am proud of. Our country never ceases to amaze me, it wouldn’t be wrong if I say that Prasoon Joshi has written out my feelings only. Thank You so much Prasoon Joshi.

Bharat Mata Ki Jai! Long Live our Independence!

Song – Des Rangeela Rangeela Des Mera Rangeela (Fanaa) (2006) Singers – Mahalaxmi Iyer, Lyrics – Prasoon Joshi, MD – Jatin-Lalit
Unidentified Male Voice
Chorus

Lyrics

hooo oooo oooo
hooo oooo oooo
hooo oooo oooo
hooo oooo oooo

hooo oooo oooo
hooo oooo oooo
hooo oooo oooo
hooo oooo oooo

yahaan har kadam kadam pe
dharti badle rang
yahaan ki boli me rangoli saat rang
yahaan har kadam kadam pe
dharti badle rang
yahaan ki boli me rangoli saat rang
dhaani pagdi pehne mausam hai
neeli chaadar taane ambar hai
nadi sunehari
hara samundar
hai re sajeela
des rangeela rangeela
des mera rangeela
des rangeela rangeela
des mera rangeela
des rangeela rangeela
des mera rangeela
des rangeela rangeela
des mera rangeela

vande maataram
vande maataram
vande maataram
vande maataram

sindoori gaalo wala
suraj jo kare thitholi
sharmilee kheton ko dhak de
chunar peeli peeli
ghunghat me rang
panghat me rang
cham cham chamkeela
des rangeela rangeela
des mera rangeela
des rangeela rangeela
des mera rangeela

hooo oooo oooo ooo
hooo oooo oooo ooo
hooo oooo oooo ooo
hooo oooo oooo ooo

abir gulal se chehre hain yahaan
muskano ki toli
rang hansi me
rang khushi me
rishte jaise holi
khwabon me rang
yaadon me rang
rang rang rangeela
des rangeela rangeela
des mera rangeela
des rangeela rangeela
des mera rangeela

hey dholaaaa
re mhaaro dhola re

ishq ka rang yahaan par gehra
chadh ke kabhi na utre
sachhe pyar ka thehra sa rang
chhalke par na bikhre
rang ada me
rang haya me
hai ye raseela
des rangeela rangeela
des mera rangeela
des rangeela rangeela
des mera rangeela

yahaan har kadam kadam pe
dharti badle rang
yahaan ki boli me rangoli saat rang
dhaani pagdi pehne mausam hai
neeli chaadar taane ambar hai
nadi sunehari
hara samundar
hai re sajeela
des rangeela rangeela
des mera rangeela
des rangeela rangeela
des mera rangeela

hoo ooo ooo
rangeela rangeela
des mera rangeela
des rangeela rangeela
des mera rangeela
(rangeela mhaaro desh re)
des rangeela rangeela
des mera rangeela
des rangeela rangeela
des mera rangeela
———————————————————
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
———————————————————

हो ओ ओ
हो ओ ओ
हो ओ ओ
हो ओ ओ

हो ओ ओ
हो ओ ओ
हो ओ ओ
हो ओ ओ

यहाँ हर कदम कदम पे धरती बदले रंग
यहाँ की बोली में रंगोली सात रंग
यहाँ हर कदम कदम पे धरती बदले रंग
यहाँ की बोली में रंगोली सात रंग
धानी पगड़ी पहने मौसम है
नीली चादर ओढ़े अंबर है
नदी सुनहरी
हरा समुंदर
है रे सजीला
देस रंगीला रंगीला
देस मेरा रंगीला
देस रंगीला रंगीला
देस मेरा रंगीला
देस रंगीला रंगीला
देस मेरा रंगीला
देस रंगीला रंगीला
देस मेरा रंगीला

वंदे मातरम
वंदे मातरम
वंदे मातरम
वंदे मातरम

सिंदूरी गालों वाला
सूरज करे ठिठोली
शर्मीले खेतों को ढक दे
चूनर पीली पीली
घूंघट में रंग
पनघट में रंग
चम चम चमकीला
देस रंगीला रंगीला
देस मेरा रंगीला
देस रंगीला रंगीला
देस मेरा रंगीला

हो ओ ओ
हो ओ ओ
हो ओ ओ
हो ओ ओ

अबीर गुलाल से चेहरे हैं यहाँ
मुसकानों की टोली
रंग हंसी में
रंग खुशी में
रिश्ते जैसे होली
ख्वाबों में रंग
यादों में रंग
रंग रंग रंगीला
देस रंगीला रंगीला
देस मेरा रंगीला
देस रंगीला रंगीला
देस मेरा रंगीला

हे ढोला॰॰॰
रे म्हारो ढोला रे

इश्क़ का रंग यहाँ पर गहरा
चढ़ के कभी ना उतरे
सच्चे प्यार के ठहरा सा रंग
छलके पर ना बिखरे
रंग अदा में
रंग हया में
है ये रसीला
देस रंगीला रंगीला
देस मेरा रंगीला
देस रंगीला रंगीला
देस मेरा रंगीला

यहाँ हर कदम कदम पे धरती बदले रंग
यहाँ की बोली में रंगोली सात रंग
धानी पगड़ी पहने मौसम है
नीली चादर ओढ़े अंबर है
नदी सुनहरी
हरा समुंदर
है रे सजीला
देस रंगीला रंगीला
देस मेरा रंगीला
देस रंगीला रंगीला
देस मेरा रंगीला

हो ओ ओ
रंगीला रंगीला
देस मेरा रंगीला
देस रंगीला रंगीला
देस मेरा रंगीला
(रंगीला म्हारो देस रे)
देस रंगीला रंगीला
देस मेरा रंगीला
देस रंगीला रंगीला
देस मेरा रंगीला

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6 Responses to "Des Rangeela Rangeela Des Mera Rangeela"

Nice post …!!!
Congratulations Peevesie’s Mom ji and thanks for the post.
‘ekta mein anekta, anekta mein ekta’

Regards,

Dhanyawaad

One of my favourite songs from this film.
Nice wordings in the lyrics.

Thanks.

Day by day, your posts are becoming more and more readable, interesting and entertaining.
That’s very good.
This post is also very good. When you talk of your school days, automatically the reader too goes into nostalgia of his old days.
This is a sign of good skill.
Happy Independence Day !

thank you so much Guruji. i also love to write about my school times, but very few songs and occasions give that kind of opportunity

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