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Teri Muraliya Meri Paayaliya, Donon Ka Kaisa Mel Re

Posted on: March 11, 2018


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.

Blog Day : 3523 Post No. : 14150

Missing Films of 1960s – 62
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Over a period of time now, more and more films and film songs are becoming available online. Earlier this week itself, Bakshi ji mentioned in one of our conversations that he is now downloading films right on to his smart phone from the internet, and watches them at his convenience. The smart phones are coming up with huge storage memories. The mobile phone service providers are coming up with plans that allow large data volumes to be downloaded. As per him, services like Jio are able to provide good bandwidth, and it does not take long to download a full film. This seems to be a good time for lovers of Hindi films and film music – just log on, do some search and one is able to find many items of interest. And to add, of course, that more and more people are now uploading films and songs online, and sharing with the world.

When I started this series, at the request of Katie Ben, for many episodes I was following the yearly sequence, as per the list worked out by her. In between, sometimes I would jump ahead for a special request. But the progression was linear more or less. Lately, I have been moving back and forth between the years, as I continue to either discover hitherto unavailable songs, or having acquired them from friends, I have uploaded them myself. Having reached up to the year 1967 with postings of songs of unrepresented films, I move back to 1965 again today.

The film being introduced today is ‘Gopal Krishna’. As the name suggests, this is a religious film, that highlights the life and times of Lord Krishna, when he descended upon this earth, as an incarnation for destroying the evil forces in this creation.

The film is produced under the banner of Chitrashala, Bombay and is directed by D Raman. The cast of actors is listed as Jaishri Gadkar, Prakash, Rajan Haksar, Sapru, SK Prem, Ratnamala, Mohan Choti, Mridula, Dalpat, Moni Chatterji, Sadhana Khote, Madhumati, Uma Khosla, Lalita Kumari, Saudagar Singh, KL Panda, and Pal Singh. From this list, I surmise that the lead role of Krishna is played by the person whose name is listed as ‘Prakash’. There are eight songs listed for this film. All the songs are from the pen of Bharat Vyas, and the music is composed by N Dutta.

This lovely song is rendered by Suman Kalyanpur. On screen this is performed by Jaishree Gadkar, playing the role of Radha ji, as she is serenading Krishna, role played by Prakash (I hope my guess is correct). The scenario is the groves by the banks of River Jamuna. Krishna is sitting beneath the ‘kadamb’ tree playing his flute, and Radha ji is going to the ‘panghat’ with a ‘matki’ to fetch water for home. This is the most typical scenario in the tales of the pastimes of Radha and Krishna. Their exchanges are being seen by their friends. The gopis accompanying Radha ji are watching from a distance and praising. So are the gwaala friends of Krishna, led by Mohan Choti.

View and enjoy this very auspicious episode from the tales of Shri Krishna.

 

Song – Teri Muraliya Meri Paayaliya, Donon Ka Kaisa Mel Re  (Gopal Krishna) (1965) Singer – Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics – Bharat Vyas, MD – N Dutta

Lyrics

teri muraliya
meri paayaliya
donon ka kaisa mel re
dharti naache
gagan bhi naache
dekh ke preet ka khel re
teri muraliya
meri paayaliya

tere suron mein jaadu bhara hai
meri taal mein geet hai
tere suron mein jaadu bhara hai
meri taal mein geet hai
kya todegi isko duniya
janam janam ki preet hai
teri muraliya
meri paayaliya
donon ka kaisa mel re
dharti naache
gagan bhi naache
dekh ke preet ka khel re
teri muraliya
meri paayaliya

tere liye badnaam kiya mujhe
saare gokul gaaon ne
tere liye badnaam kiya mujhe
saare gokul gaaon ne
kadamb ke neeche
ghunghat kheenche
naachungi tere saamne
teri muraliya
meri paayaliya
donon ka kaisa mel re
dharti naache
gagan bhi naache
dekh ke preet ka khel re
teri muraliya
meri paayaliya

log kahen tu hai kaala kaanha
nazar na aaye rain mein
log kahen tu hai kaala kaanha
nazar na aaye rain mein
main to tumhen rakhungi kanhaiya
kajra bana ke nain mein
teri muraliya
meri paayaliya
donon ka kaisa mel re
dharti naache
gagan bhi naache
dekh ke preet ka khel re
teri muraliya
meri paayaliya

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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तेरी मुरलीया
मेरी पायलिया
दोनों का कैसा मेल रे
धरती नाचे
गगन भी नाचे
देख के प्रीत का खेल रे
तेरी मुरलीया
मेरी पायलिया

तेरे सुरों में जादू भरा है
मेरी ताल में गीत हैं
तेरे सुरों में जादू भरा है
मेरी ताल में गीत हैं
क्या तोड़ेगी इसको दुनिया
जनम जनम की प्रीत है
तेरी मुरलीया
मेरी पायलिया
दोनों का कैसा मेल रे
धरती नाचे
गगन भी नाचे
देख के प्रीत का खेल रे
तेरी मुरलीया
मेरी पायलिया

तेरे लिए बदनाम किया मुझे
सारे गोकुल गाँव ने
तेरे लिए बदनाम किया मुझे
सारे गोकुल गाँव ने
कदम्ब के नीचे
घूँघट खींचे
नाचूँगी तेरे सामने
तेरी मुरलीया
मेरी पायलिया
दोनों का कैसा मेल रे
धरती नाचे
गगन भी नाचे
देख के प्रीत का खेल रे
तेरी मुरलीया
मेरी पायलिया

लोग कहें तू है काला कान्हा
नज़र ना आए रैन में
लोग कहें तू है काला कान्हा
नज़र ना आए रैन में
मैं तुओ तुम्हें रखूंगी कन्हैया
कजरा बना के नैन में
तेरी मुरलीया
मेरी पायलिया
दोनों का कैसा मेल रे
धरती नाचे
गगन भी नाचे
देख के प्रीत का खेल रे
तेरी मुरलीया
मेरी पायलिया

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1 Response to "Teri Muraliya Meri Paayaliya, Donon Ka Kaisa Mel Re"

Nice song, Sudhir ji.
I hadn’t heard it.
There are at least 3 more Gopal Krishna s. Prabhat Talkies’ first offering in 1929. It was Very ShanthaRam’s first independent directorial venture. If Prakash is the credited artiste in the above song,it is a Suresh here. The silent movie was later fitted with soundtrack and rereleased in 1938.
Then we have the Rajshri Production Gopala Krishna of 1979. Master Sandeep is the child Krishna and Sachin, Zarina Wahab are the adult Krishna and Radha. Music by Raveendra Jain. Ravindra Jain, Jesudas, Jaspal Singh, Hemlata,Chandrani Mukherjee and others have given playback. In the 70s and the early 80s, the low budget projects of Rajshri did good business.

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