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This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, 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.

India is a unique country. It has the second largest population among all the countries of the world. India has 9 officially recognized and over 100 unrecognized religions thriving in the country. It has, besides Hindi and English, 21 other officially recognized languages. Other than this India has 122 major and 1599 other languages.

The climate of India, being a vast country, varies from East to West and North to South. Therefore the harvesting seasons vary according to locations. Broadly, India has two types of regions, based on geographical and meteorological considerations. One having the Northern and Eastern states ( except West Bengal and Assam) and the other South and Western states. Because of this, even the Hindu Calendar for these two regions differ by about 15 days.

Thus, while the holy month of Savan/Shravan has come to an end in the North and East, on the 18th August 2016 ( Purnima), it still continues in the South, West and Bengal and Assam states till the 1st of September 2016 ( Amavasya). The counting of months in the North / East starts with next day of Purnima, whereas in South /west it is counted from the next day of Amavasya.

Fortunately, since the counting of the 15 days’ period between the Purnima and Amavasya is counted uniformally in both regions-like Pratipada, dwitiya, tritiya etc till the 15th day, the major festivals fall on the same dates-albeit in different Hindu months in both regions. for example, Janmashtami falls on 25th August 2016-all over India. It is Shravan krishna paksha ashtami in South/west and Bhadrapad krishna paksh astami in North/east.

So, accordingly, Shravan month is still going on in South and West. In the month of Shravan every Monday is supposed to be very auspicious for Lord Shiva’s pooja. I am not aware of other regions, but at least in Maharashtra, many people keep fast on Monday and Non Veg is avoided in the month of Shravan.

Therefore in this holy month, like earlier years, I would like to present a Shiv Bhajan from the film “Ganga Maiyya”-55. This film makes its debut on this Blog with this song. The first song from this film is a Shiv- Stuti by his devotees trying to please Him. As the name indicates, this film depicts River Ganga’s story.

Shiv Maha Puran describes the story how River ganga-which flowed only in The Heaven, was brought to the Bhu-lok or our world. Like many other topics from our Puranas, even the story of Ganga’s descent on this Earth has been a subject of our films. The first film on the coming of Ganga or “Gangavataran” was made by Madon Theatrs in Calcutta in 1922. Miss Patience Cooper had done the role of Ganga in it.

With the same topic and same Title, came the first talkie by Dadasaheb Phalke in 1937. This film “Gangavataran”-37 was made by Kolhapur Cinetone- a company promoted and financed by King Shahu Maharaj of Kolhapur. This was the only Talkie film Dadasaheb Phalke ever made in his life. After this film he retired, settled in his hometown Nashik and died there on 16-2-1944.

Incidentally, this was the film in which the famous character artiste Leela Mishra made her Debut. However, since this film was delayed inordinately in making, her second film “Honhaar”-36 released first. After this film, 3 more films, besides ‘Ganga maiya’-55, came on this subject. Ganga-74, Ganga Saagar-78 and Gangotri Ganga-2007. In the Television serial “Mahabharat” by B.R.Chopra, story of Ganga was shown. Ganga’s role was done by Vivana SinghKiran Juneja in this serial.

I had seen the film “Ganga Maiyya”-55, in Prabhat Talkies, Hyderabad and as usual, I led a flock of about a dozen senior citizens and women from our joint family to the theatre and back. Most of the audience was seniors and women. Everytime Lord Shankar made an appearance on the screen, there would be an ear shattering chant of “Jai Mahadev” in the theatre. Luckily, Trilok Kapoor, the usual actor foe Bhagwan Shankar was only a ‘Guest artiste’ and had very few appearances on the screen limiting the enthusiastic chants !

The cast of the film was Prem Adeeb, Sumitra Devi, Asha Mathur, Jeevan, Sapru, S N Tripathi, Vithaldas Panchotiya etc etc.

Prem Adeeb is well known. Here is some information about Sumitra Devi….Sumitra Devi was born in 1923 as Nilima Chatterjee, in an orthodox bramhin family at Shiuri village, Birbhum in East Bengal (now in Bangladesh). She was educated and grew up in Bihar. In young age, lured by the emerging cinema, she sent an application to New Theatres in Calcutta, without informing the family. She was called for interview and against the wishes of her family,she went to Calcutta,was interviewed and got selected. She was given a new name of Sumitra Devi.

Her first films were Sandhi (Bangla) and My Sister (Hindi). her acting was so good that in her First film itself she won the prestigious Bengal Journalist Association award for Best Actress. She soon got married and also divorced quickly.

After doing many films in Bangla, she came to Bombay and acted in a Bi-lingual film Mashal-50 Hindi and Samar-Bangla. She acted in 24 Hindi films like Raja Harishchandra, Mayurpankh, Mamta, Deewana, Arabian Nights etc. She used to shuttle between Bombay and Calcutta, doing Hindi and Bangla films. After her work in ‘Jagte Raho’-56, she became a member in a Film Delegation to China. Her last film was Wafaadaar-1985.

She had married Devi Mukherjee, but he committed suicide in 1947. In her later age,she married Sharma,a Bombay Businessman.
Sumitra Devi died on 28-8-1990.

The film had music by Shankar rao Vyas ( 23-1-1898 to 17-12-1956 ), who was an expert classical singer himself.From film ‘His highness-37 to film ‘ Bal Ramayan ‘-56, he gave music to 34 films. Most of his songs used to have Raga base. He was the paid MD with Praakash pictures for most time and gave music to famous films like ‘Ramrajya’-43 and ‘Bharat Milap’-42 etc. He composed 304 songs in all.

Film Ganga Maiya-55 had 7 songs in all. Today’s debut duet is sung by Rafi and Geeta Dutt. HFGK is silent on singers’names, but the uploader Gajendra Khanna ji has confirmed the singers’names.

The story of film Ganga maiya-55 is

Once upon a time, long ago, demons and gods were at war. To defeat the gods, the demons made a plan. During the day, they hid in the ocean and at night they attacked the gods. Afraid of being defeated in this way, the gods went to Sage Agastya for help.Agastya solved their problem by drinking the whole ocean. Now as the demons had no place to hide, the gods easily defeated them. The gods then asked Agastya to bring the ocean back. Agastya said that he could not do that because he had already digested the ocean.
The people of the earth now had no water, as the ocean was empty, The gods were worried and went to Vishnu and requested him to bring water on earth, King Sagara, who had sixty thousand sons, was performing a yagna to conquer the whole world. According to custom, he had sent out a white horse, the ruler of that kingdom would either have to fight with Sagara or give him his crown. In this way, Sagara was conquering the whole earth and wanted to be the most powerful. Indra, took the horse and hid it in sage Kapila’s ashram. Sagara sent his sons to search the horse. They reached Kapila’s ashram. Sage Kapila was meditating and was disturbed. Greatly annoyed, with one look of his eyes. Kapila burnt all of them to ashes. Sagara was very sad at the death of his sons. He wanted to purify the souls of his sons but only river Ganga could do that by washing their ashes. Ganga had to be brought to earth. So Sagara performed tapasya to please Brahma. But he died before finishing the tapasya. His grandson then continued to perform the tapasya.

The seventh descendent of Sagara, Bhagiratha, was able to please Brahma. Brahma granted him his wish and asked Ganga to flow to earth. But Ganga didn’t want to leave heaven and go to earth. She threatened to destroy all life on earth by the pressure of her flow. Only Shiva’s powerful hair could control the force of Ganga. Bhagiratha requested Shiva to help him. Shiva spread his hair and covered the sky. As soon as Ganga flowed down, he collected her water in his hair in the form of many small streams. She then followed Bhagiratha to the place where the ashes of his ancestors were lying. Being young Ganga flowed carelessly. She flooded the ashram of Sage Jahnu. Jahnu was performing a yagna at that time the water put out all the fires. Angry Jahnu swallowed Ganga. But when he came to know about the long tapasya that had been performed to bring Ganga to earth, he agreed to let her go. He cut open his left thigh and Ganga flowed out of it. Ganga came to be known as Jahnvi, the daughter of Jhanu.

Ganga flowed on and purified the ashes of Bhagiratha’s ancestors. Therefore, Ganga is also called Bhagirathi. There after, Ganga flowed and filled the empty ocean.

The ocean came to be known as Sagara after the name of King Sagara. the people of earth now had water to drink.

Video (Partial)

Audio (Complete)

Song-Har Har Shiv Bam Bam Bhole (Ganga Maiyya)(1955) Singers-Geeta Dutt, Rafi, Lyrics-Ramesh Chandra Pandey, MD-Shankar Rao Vyas
Chorus

Lyrics
(As per audio clip)

har har shiv bam bam bhole ae
har har shiv bam bam bhole ae
jai mahaadev jai vishvnaath
jai mahadev jai vishvnaath
jai jai girijaapaati bhole ae
har har shiv bam bam bhole ae
har har shiv bam bam

jata joot sir mund maal gal
tan vibhuti aur kanth halaahal
ang ang lipte bhujang
kar mein trishul
damru dam dam dam bole

har har shiv bam bam bhole
har har shiv bam bam

tum ho kitne bhole bhaale
daan bhi utne hi niraale
hey shiv shankar daya tumhaari ee
hey shiv shankar daya tumhaari
vish mein amrit ghole ae

har har shiv bam bam bhole ae
har har shiv bam bam

sharan tumhaari jo bhi aaya
vardaanon se use sajaaya
badal di tumne karam ki rekha aa
badal di tumne karam ki rekha
dwaar swarg ke khole ae

har har shiv bam bam bhole ae
har har shiv bam bam bhole ae
har har shiv bam bam bhole ae
har har shiv bam bam bhole ae
har har shiv bam bam

hum daas hain tumhaare
tum aas hamaari
hum daas hain tumhaare
tum aas hamaari
phir tum hi kaho
kaisi pareeksha ye hamaari
phir tum hi kaho
kaisi pareeksha ye hamaari
bhakt vikal hain prabhu
ab der na karo
bhakt vikal hain prabhu
ab der na karo
darshan de nainan ki vedna haro
darshan de nainan ki vedna haro
jaago hey mahakaal
mahakaal
pragato hey mahaadev
mahaadev
pragato hey mahaadev
hey tripund dhaari
hey tripund dhaari
aao natraj aao hey trishuldhaari
hey trishuldhaari
hey trishuldhaari


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.

nand ghar anand bhayo
jai kanhaiyya lal ki

Greetings all friends on this auspicious celebration of Nandotsav today. Just a little while back, the prayers and aartis were being held in all temples celebrating the anniversary of the appearance of Krsna, in a jailhouse in Mathura. The main telecast was coming from the Janambhoomi temple in Mathura itself. All temples were crowded with devotees who had come for the darshan of infant Krsna, who appeared to Devaki and Vasudev during their confinement in the prison of Kans, the cruel and vengeful king of Mathura.  And worse, Kans was the cousin brother of the very lady, Devaki, whom he had imprisoned. The story of that confinement and of the reasons behind it has been told many times.

The interesting thing to contemplate is the circumstances that accompanied this event of the ‘birth’ of the Almighty, in form of an infant. As is documented in the historical record, the appearance of the Lord occurred at midnight. The sky was overcast and the entire surroundings were in deep darkness. Sleep had descended heavily on every inhabitant of Mathura, including the keepers of the prison. When the Lord appeared, all locks opened and all chains dropped away, by themselves. And the only two people awake in that dark night were Devaki and Vasudev.

As per a pre-plan, Vasudev carried the ‘new born’ infant in a straw basket, and walked all the way from Mathura to the home of Nand Baba, in the village of Gokul, across the Yamuna river. The entire household of Nand Baba was also in darkness and all the occupants of that home were also in deep sleep. Vasudev laid the ‘new born’ child to sleep besides the sleeping Yashoda, and carried away the newborn girl child with him, back to Mathura. The details of the encounter with Kans next morning are well known too, as to how he tried to end the life of the girl child also, as he had ended the life of six male infants before that.

The scenario at the Nand Baba’s household, next morning as the family awoke from sleep, was full of joy and happiness. Ladies of the house espied the beautiful child sleeping next to Yashoda. They rushed to inform Nand Baba. And after that, all celebrations broke loose. Thousands of visitors came to the home of Nand Baba, from Gokul and from other nearby villages and towns. There was an unending stream of people coming and going from that household. All forms of instruments were being played. There was singing and dancing and shouting. And yes, feasting also.

And so, in a manner of speaking, the real celebration of this appearance of the Lord, is the day of Nandotsav, the day when the child was first seen in the household of Nand Baba. On the night before, there was no one around to see this event of His appearance, and no one to congratulate and celebrate, no singing and dancing took place. This tradition is still carried by many temples and many households in the Brij region. The real celebrations of the appearance of the Lord start at the break of dawn, on the next day. For them, the event of appearance of the night before is not known.

This song of Nandotsav celebration in the home of Nand Baba, is from the 1957 film, ‘Neel Mani’. The words are penned by Bharat Vyas and the music is by Chitragupt. The singing voices are those of Rafi Sb and Suman Kalyanpur, accompanied by chorus. This film makes a debut on our blog today.

And yes, Atul ji, here is a song by Rafi Sb from the year 1957. So Rafi Sb’s count now goes to 2601 and the songs of the year 1957 make a century break at 400. And so the other target that you had in mind for yesterday, is also being met today.

Once again, a ton of good wishes and greetings to all, on this joyous occasion of the appearance of the Lord. May this celebration fill your life with happiness and peace, and that your household and family be blessed with good health and prosperity.

Jai Kanhaiyya Lal Ki

 

 

Song – Gokul Mein Chhaaya Ujiaala (Neel Mani) (1957) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Suman Kalyanpur, Lyrics – Bharat Vyas, MD – Chitragupt
Chorus

Lyrics

gokul mein chaaya ujiaala
magan har gwaala
hua re matwaala
jasoda ki godi mein khele nandlala
jasoda ki godi mein khele nandlala
gokul mein chaaya ujiaala
magan har gwaala
hua re matwaala
jasoda ki godi mein khele nandlala
jasoda ki godi mein khele nandlala

ho jhoole re dekho
palna mein lalna
bhooli hain sudh gwaalania
ho..oye
jhoole mein dekho
palna mein lalna
bhooli hai sudh gwaalania
apne hi aap dekho
bajne lagi re
chham chham paaon ki paijaniya
chham chham
chham chham paaon ki paijaniya
arey sanwari surat
mohani moorat
roop ki saanche mein dhaala
jasoda ki godi mein khele nandlala
jasoda ki godi mein khele nandlala

akhiyon ka taara
maiyyaa jasoda ka pyaara
laadla nand dulaara re
jhoole jo jhoola
to jhoolne ke sang sang
jhoole ye phaag hamaara re
nanhe nanhe haathon ko nachaaye
muskaaye re
mukhda to dekho re lalan ka
jasoda ki godi mein
aaya re utar maano
pyaara pyaara chanda gagan ka
ho oo
pyaara pyaara chanda gagan ka
ho oo
mukhda to dekho re lalan ka

oo oo oo
oo oo ooo
darshan ka durlabh
mauka ye bhaiya
darshan ka durlabh
mauka ye bhaiya
haathon se jaane na paaye re
bhaiya haathon se jaane na paaye re
dekho swarag se ye devta
dharti pe utar kar aaye re
oye re neeche utar kar aaye re
saawan ye sukh ka
barsaa to saara
gokul hua re hariyaala
jasoda ki godi mein khele nandlala
jasoda ki godi mein khele nandlala

gokul mein chaaya ujiaala
magan har gwaala
hua re matwaala
jasoda ki godi mein khele nandlala
jasoda ki godi mein khele nandlala

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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गोकुल में छाया उजियाला
मगन हर ग्वाला
हुआ रे मतवाला
जसोदा की गोदी में खेले नन्दलाला
जसोदा की गोदी में खेले नन्दलाला
गोकुल में छाया  उजियाला
मगन हर ग्वाला
हुआ रे मतवाला
जसोदा की गोदी में खेले नन्दलाला
जसोदा की गोदी में खेले नन्दलाला

हो झूले में देखो
पलना में ललना
भूली हैं सुध ग्वालनिया
हो॰॰ओए
हो झूले में देखो
पलना में ललना
भूली हैं सुध ग्वालनिया
अपने ही आप देखो
बजने लगी रे
छम छम पाँओं की पैंजनिया
छम छम
छम छम पाँओं की पैंजनिया
अरे सांवरी सूरत
मोहनी मूरत
रूप के साँचे में ढाला
जसोदा की गोदी में खेले नन्दलाला
जसोदा की गोदी में खेले नन्दलाला

अँखियों का तारा
मैय्या जसोदा का प्यारा
लाडला नन्द दुलारा रे
झूले जो  झूला
तो झूलने के संग संग
झूले ये फाग हमारा रे
नन्हें नन्हें हाथों को नचाए
मुसकाए रे
मुखड़ा तो देखो रे ललन का
जसोदा की गोदी में
उतर आया मानो
प्यारा प्यारा चंदा गगन का
हो ओ
प्यारा प्यारा चंदा गगन का
हो ओ
मुखड़ा तो देखो रे ललन का

ओ ओ ओ
ओ ओ ओ
दर्शन का दुर्लभ
मौका ये भैया
दर्शन का दुर्लभ
मौका ये भैया
हाथों से जाने ना पाये रे
भैया हाथों से जाने ना पाये रे
देखो स्वरग से ये देवता
धरती पे उतर कर आए रे
ओए रे नीचे उतर कर आए रे
सावन ये सुख का
बरसा तो सारा
गोकुल हुआ रे हरियाला
जसोदा की गोदी में खेले नन्दलाला
जसोदा की गोदी में खेले नन्दलाला

गोकुल में छाया उजियाला
मगन हर ग्वाला
हुआ रे मतवाला
जसोदा की गोदी में खेले नन्दलाला
जसोदा की गोदी में खेले नन्दलाला


This article is written by Bharat Upadhyay, 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.

Sureeli Suman – 17
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Suman Kalyanpur requires no introduction. In short: She is admired by music lovers all over the world. To recap our journey, let me repeat some facts, briefly.
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This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, 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.

This is an excellent Bhajan sung by the Music Director Hemant Kumar himself. When you her him sing/recite a bhajan, one feels as if his voice is made only for singing Bhajans.
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“Prabhat” (1973) was produced by Ram Dayal and directed by Sikandar Khanna for Mukul Productions. The movie had Zaheeda, Jaya Kaushalya, Shyama, Roopesh Kumar, Kamal Kapoor, Sunder, Birbal, Zohara Khatun, Krishan Dhawan, Pranshankar, Arjun Aosare, V.Gopal, Aarti, Pinchoo Kapoor, Rajan Haksar, Hangama, Kamal Deep, Sujata, Narbada Shankar, Dulari, Gulshan Bawra, Nandita Thakur, Baldev Khosa, Pachhi, Asha Chandra, Dinesh Hingoo, Omi, Habib, Nisha, Ameeta Sinha, Sonika, Malini, Charanjeet, Neerja etc in it.
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This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, 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.

DIL KI PYAAS (1935) was produced under the banner of Bharat Lakshmi Pictures and it was directed by J J Madan and Sorabji Karewala. The star cast included Jahanara Kajjan, Patient Cooper, Mukhtar Begum, Fida Hussain, Surajram, Violet Cooper, Gama etc.
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“Adhikaar”(1971) was produced by Noor and directed by S M Sagar. The movie had Deb Mukherjee, Ashok Kumar, Kishan Mehta, Sumati Gupte, Helen, Kundan, Pran, , Ratnamala, Nanda, Raj Mehra, Shammi, Rajnish, Tabassum, Brahmachari, Indira Bansal etc in it.
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“Aabroo”(1943) was directed by Nazeer for Hind Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Sitara Devi, Yakoob, Nazeer, Jagdish, Masood, Shakir, Vatsala Kumthekar, Laddan, Chanda Bai, Janardan Sharma etc in it.
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This article is written by Sadanand Kamath, 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.

Forgotten Melodies of the 1940s – 47
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ZAMEENDAAR (1942) was produced under the banner of Pancholi Arts owned by Dalsukh Pancholi and it was directed by Moti B Gidwani. The main actors included Shanta Apte, S D Narang, Manorama, Ghulam Mohammed, M Ismail, Baby Akhtari, Durga Mota, Azmal etc. According to ‘Filmindia’ magazine, the film was third in line of the successful films in the box office for Dalsukh Pancholi after his successes in ‘Khazaanchi’ (1941) and ‘Khandaan’ (1942).
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This article is written by Bharat Upadhyay, 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.

Lata’s Songs NOT YET covered on our Blog – 4
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The 1948 film ‘Asha’ is produced by Jagdish Film Circuit, Banglore and is directed by Meghani. The 9 songs of this film are written by L Meghani and have been set to music by the great MD Khemchand Prakash. According to HFGK, the star-cast included Shanta Kunwar, Sohan, Samson, Shivraj, Tiwari, Urvashi, Laxman Rao, Sreemati Pal, Master Sharad etc.
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