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This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, 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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

5223 Post No. : 17216

Today’s song is from the 1961 movie ‘Sampoorna Ramayana’.

‘Farmaaish’ of this song was also sent by our regular reader Shri. Deepak Patwardhan ji to me.

Today’s song is sung a Lata-Asha duet and that was the main reason of Deepak ji’s ‘farmaaish’ as he was surprised to note that this ‘duet’ has not yet been posted on the blog.

‘Sampoorna Ramayana-1961’ was directed by Babubhai Mistry for ‘Basant Pictures, Bombay’. It was a Wadia Brothers Production.

It had Anita Guha, Mahipal, Sulochana, Lalita Pawar, Achala Sachdev, Krishna Kumari, Raj Kumar, Anant Kumar, Uma Dutt, Badri Prasad and others.

‘Sampoorna Ramayana-1961’ had nine songs as per details mentioned on this movie-page in HFGK Vol-IV (1961-1970).

Lyrics for all the songs were written by Bharat Vyas and music was composed by Vasant Desai.

(However the blog mentions total number of songs from this movie as eleven (I don’t know why)).

Following is the list of songs this movie has.

SNo Song Title Singer/s Posted on
01 Dharti kyun viparit huyi… Lata Mangeshkar, Manna Dey
02 Doley re doley re praan Lata Mangeshkar, Mohd Rafi
03 Mere jeewan ki parnkuti mein Lata Mangeshkar
04 Baar baar bagiya mein koyal na boley Asha Bhonsle 21.11.2014
05 San sanan sanan … jaa re o pawan Lata Mangeshkar 29.06.2009
06 Bolo sabhi jai ram ram ram Mahendra Kapoor
07 Baadlon barso nayan ki kor se Lata Mangeshkar 28.06.2009
08 Ham ramchandra ki chandrakala ke… Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhonsle Being presented today
09 More ram kab aaoge, kab aaoge … Lata Mangeshkar

We can see from the above table this movie ‘Sampoorna Ramayana-1961’ made its debut on the blog on 28.06.2009, however, so far, only three songs from this movie have been posted on the blog.

Today’s song is the fourth song from this movie to appear on the blog.

As mentioned above the today’s song is sung by Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhonsle. On screen it is performed by two artists playing the character of Lav and Kush. (I am not aware of the names of these child artists).

The song happens when Shri Ram (Mahipal) is performing ‘Ashwamedh yagya’ with the statue of Sita by his side.
Many other male and female artists are also seen in the picturisation of this song.

Let us now listen to today’s song …


Song-Ham Ramchandra ki chandrakala ke (Sampoorna Ramayana)(1961) Singers-Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Bharat Vyas, MD-Vasant Desai
Both

Lyrics

ham ramchandra ki
chandrakala mein bhi
kalank dikhlaate hain aen aen aen
naari ke aansuon se likhi
ramayan tumhe sunaate hain ae ae

in taaron se angaaron ki
jhankaar nayi sunwaate hain ae
ye shlok nahin atyaachaaron ke
agnigeet ham gaate hain

bharat ki seetaaon ke dukhde
jab tak honge choorn nahin
hey raam
hey raam tumhaari ramayan
tab tak hogi sampoorna nahin
sampoorna nahin

bharat ki seetaaon ke ae
dukhde

jab purush parikshaayen lega
naari mein dosh nikaalega
sati par vishwaas nahin karke
pati unhen agni mein daalega aa
naari par laanchhan jwaala ki
lapten hogi poorna nahin
he raam
he raam tumhaari ramayan
tab tak hogi sampoorna nahin
sampoorna nahin

bharat ki seetaaon ke ae ae dukhde ae

jab ram rajya ke nirmaata
dhobi ki baat mein aayenge
jab ram rajya ke nirmaata
dhobi ki baat mein aayenge
bharat bhavishya ki maata ko
dhokhe se van mein thhukraayenge ae
aa aa aa aa aa
aa aa aaaa
kavi valmiki ee ee ee
tab tak lekhni valmiki kavi ki
likhne ko paripoorna nahin
hey raam
hey raam tumhaari ramayan
tab tak hogi sampoorna nahin
sampoorna nahin
bharat ki seetaaon ke ae dukhde
jab tak honge choorna nahin
hey raam
hey raam tumhaari ramayan
tab tak hogi sampoorna nahin
sampoorna nahin
bharat ki seetaaon ke ae ae dukhde

purushon ki neeti aneeti bani chalti hai ae
naari ke paawan jeewan ko
chhalti hai ae

to sanskriti sabhyata ki sandhya dhalti hai ae
jab swayam jwaala mein jagdamba jalti hai
jwaala mein jagdamba jalti hai
jagdamba jalti hai …


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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

5183 Post No. : 17161

Hullo Atuldom

A very Happy Navaratri to all. The date corresponds to the first day after Amavasya in the month of Ashwin of the sixth month (as per the Solar Bengali calendar) and seventh month (as per the Indian National lunar calendar of the Deccan Plateau) overlapping the months of September and October of the Gregorian calendar. It is the Sharath Navaratri. The period when we worship the Mother Goddess in the form of Durga Lakshmi and Saraswati. Additionally, this is also the time when we have Ram Leela celebrations across the country.

That is why I have chosen a song featuring Ram Leela. We can see Dev Anand, Janakidas, Premnath, Paintal, on stage enacting the Lanka dahan part of the Ramayan. It begins with Seeta maiyya crying under a tree in Ashok Vatika and  Hanuman seeing her from atop a tree. Sita maiyya (who is the actress?) sees Hanuman when he falls from the tree (I don’t know if all Ram Leelas have such comic elements. Remember there was a similar comic Ram Leela in Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s ‘Naram Garam’). Ravan’s son Meghnad is played by Sharat Saxena. Did anyone recognize the Kumbhkaran? It is the actor who has a Guinness book entry for playing a police inspector maximum number of times. Yes, Jagdish Raj. Then we have two Hema Malini in the audience.

I could only recognize Manna Dey’s voice as the male playback, there is one more male singer. The female voice belongs to Anuradha Paudwal. The song is written by Anand Bakshi and Laxmikant Pyaarelal are the music directors. Also we can hear Dev Anand’s voice in all the dialogues in between.  All-in-all an entertaining song from the 1976 released Chetan Anand directed ‘Jaaneman’.

The storyline of the film had Dev Anand playing a taxi driver and Hema Malini in the double role of sisters -Santo & Banto. Plus there were Premnath, Ajit, Paintal, Janakidas Sharat Saxena Jagdish Raaj etc. in the cast.

I have read somewhere that it was a movie in the 25th year of Navketan Films. The movie has 6 songs and the blog has 4 of them (one is a three part song).  The last song from this movie was posted in 2016. Today’s song is sort of in the same category as the iconic song from ‘Munim ji’ (1955) – “O Shivji Bihaane Chale Paalki Sajaaye Ke

Born on 26 September, 1923, today is also the 99th birth anniversary of Dev Anand. With this song, we remember him and celebrate his birth anniversary.blog

Editor’s note:-This song is the 200th song picturised on Dev Anand in the blog.

 

Song – Siyavar Ramchandra Ki Jai (Jaaneman) (1976) Singer – C Anand Kumar, Manna Dey, Anuradha Paudwal, Vinod Sharma, Lyrics – Anand Bskshi, MD – Laxmikant Pyaarelal
Dev Anand
Chorus

Lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)

siyavar ramchandra ki
jai
janak nandini siya maiyya ki
jai
laadle lakhan lal ki
jai
pavan sut hanuman ki
jai

seeta ji ka haran kiya
ravan ne badal ke bhes
ram bhaye vyaakul lachhman ke
mann ko laagi tthes
pavan putr hanuman chala
udd kar laane sandes
baavan kot chhappan darwaazon waale lanka dhaam
aur phir

[parda kholo]
[laughter]
[ae bhai]
[? Kholo]

lanka pahunch kar hanuman ne dekha

kya dekha

ke ashok vatika mein
seeta maiyya
ik vriksh ke neeche
apni akhiyaan meeche
ram ke. . .
dhyaan mein
khoi huyi hai

tum bin naahi chain
din raean. . .
tum bin naahi chain
rim jhim barsat nain
din raean. . .

[laughter]
[kamjor ped kaahe laaye]
[tum kaun ho]
[bolo, bolo kyon maun ho]

pavan putr main ram bharose

[ram bharose aap apne ghar honge]
[yahaan hanuman ho, hanuman]

pavan putr shri ram ka pyaara
mere mann mein ram rehte hain
mujhe hanuman kehte hain
mujhe hanuman kehte hain
pavan putr shri ram ka pyaara
mere mann mein ram rehte hain
mujhe hanuman kehte hain
mujhe hanuman kehte hain

seeta ji ko hamri batiyaan
kahin laage na jhoothi
is kaaran raghunath ne bheji
hamre haath angoothi

[hanuman, ram kaise hain]
[kuchh wahan ka haal sunaao]

ram sukhi hain

[arey seeta ke bina ram sukhi kaise ho sakte hain]
[kaho ram dukhi hain]

ram dukhi hain
aapki aankhon se aansoo behte hain
mujhe hanuman kehte hain
mujhe hanuman kehte hain

[seeta maiyya, yadi aapki aagya ho to]
[main kuchh kha loon]
[apni bhookh mita loon]

[khaa lo]
[mita lo]

bees bhuja das sees ka ravan
gyaani aur balwaan
kaisi nadaani kar baitha
dekho wo nadaan
us ko sabak sikhaane aaya
ram bhakt hanuman

[hmmm. . .]
[meghnaad, ye tum kya laaye]

pujya pita ye hai ik bandar
is be baag ke sab phal khaaye
isi liye isey baandh ke laaye

[bol tu hai kiska doot]

main
main hoon teri maut ka bhoot

[ha ha ha]
[tu aur mujhko maarega]

arey marte samay
hee hee hee hee
marte samay tu ram ka naam pukaarega

bolo jai siya ram
bolo jai siya ram
bolo jai siya ram
bolo jai siya ram
bolo jai siya ram
bolo jai siya ram
bolo jai siya ram
bolo jai siya ram
bolo jai siya ram
bolo jai siya ram

[raavan tum kyon gaate ho jai siya ram]

[band karo ye ram ram ram ram ram]

ram
ram

[khubhkaran]
[bolo isey dand kya doon]

[snoring]

[ye sota hai]
[isey sone do]
[meghnaad tum to jaagte ho]
[tum hi kaho isey kya dand den]

[iski poonchh mein aag laga do]

[satya vachan]
[main teri poonchh mein aag laga doonga]

[laga do, laga do]
[main apni poonchh se teri lanka jala doonga]

[jala do jala do]
[aieeen, ye kya kaha vaanar]

[laughter]

 


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, 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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

5041 Post No. : 16952

Today’s song is from the movie ‘Bhakt Raaj-1960’. This movie was directed by V.M. Vyas for ‘Shri Nityanand Chitra, Calcutta’. V.M. Vyas also wrote the screenplay of this movie.

The cast of this movie included Sulochana, Shahu Modak, Trilok Kapoor, Lalita Pawar, David, Kuldeep Kaur, Prem Adeeb, Roopmala, Kumkum, Jaymala, Bhagwan, Dara Singh and others.

This movie was based on a story written by Pandit Madhur (as mentioned in the footnote of this movie page in HFGK Vol-III (1951-1960).

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 18.02.1960.

‘Bhakt Raaj-1960’ had eight songs. Seven songs were written by Bharat Vyas and one song was based on traditional lyrics (this is the song that we are going to listen today).

Music for this movie is composed by Avinash Vyas.

HFGK Vol-III (1951-1960) mentions in the foot note of this movie page that the recording of the songs of this movie was completed in June-1958 and it seems that this movie was released before by the name of ‘Ram Bhakti’ in 1958.

Here is the list of songs of the movie.

SNo Song Title Singer/s Posted On
01 Koyi maange sona chaandi koyi dhan dhaam re Geeta Dutt
02 Tere bangle ki babu main maina..kunwaari rahoongi Shamshad Begum
03 Koyi buraa na mane meri baat ka, ek aura aa gaya hai meri jaat ka Mohd Rafi,Shamshad Begum
04 Kaam na aayega ye duniya ka mela, aaya hai akela aur tu jaayega akela Mohd Rafi 13.07.2014
05 Raam raam raam, paayo ri maine raam ratan dhan Geeta Dutt
06 Main jaadugar matwaalaa main base seth ka saala Mohd Rafi, Shamshad Begum 05.04.2020
07 Maalik ki marzi ke aage kisi ka zor nahin Manna Dey, Sulochana 17.07.2014
08 Tamak tam mere tam, chal mere thhamak thhamak thhamak Shamshad Begum

From the above table we can see that this movie had made its debut on 13.07.2014 on the blog. However, only three songs from this movie have been posted on the blog as mentioned above.

Today’s song is sung by Geeta Dutt and it is based on traditional lyrics. This song is the fourth song from this movie to be posted on the blog.

As mentioned above Avinash Vyas have composed all the songs of this movie.

Let us now listen to today’s song. On screen SulochanaRoopmala is lip-syncing in Geeta Dutt’s voice in this song. Also seen in the picturisation of this song is Shahu Modak and others are also visible in the picturisation of this song.

Over to this devotional song now …

Video

Audio

Song-Paayo ree maine Ram ratan dhan paayo (Bhakt Raj)(1960) Singer-Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Traditional, MD-Avinash Vyas

Lyrics

paayo ri maine
ae ae ae ae ae ae ae
raam ratan dhan paayo ri
paayo ri maine ae raam ratan dhan paayo
jeewan mein ab to raam hi raam ras chhaayo ri
paayo ri maine raam ratan dhan paayo ri
paayo ri maine ae
raam ratan dhan paayo

heera chhod patthar chun’ne mein
saaro samay ganwaayo
amrit ke badle mein man mein
zehar hi zehar bhar aayo
badi der se bade bhaag se
naam prabhu ko mukh mein aayo ri
paayo ri maine raam ratan dhan paayo ri
paayo ri maine ae raam ratan dhan paayo

jag ki bhool bhulaiyya mein man
ab tak to bharmaayo
mrigtirshana mein bhatka manwa
haath nahin kachhu aayo
ant samay mein raam naam hi
kaam hamaare aayo ri
paayo ri maine
ae ae ae ae ae ae ae
raam ratan dhan paayo ri
paayo ri maine raam ratan dhan paayo
jeewan mein ab to raam hi raam ras chhaayo ri
paayo ri maine ae raam ratan dhan paayo ri
paayo ri maine ae raam ratan dhan paayo

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Devnagri Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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पायो री मैंने
ए ए ए ए ए ए ए
राम रतन धन पायो री
पायो री मैंने ए राम रतन धन पायो
जीवन में अब तो राम ही राम रस छायो री
पायो री मैंने राम रतन धन पायो री
पायो री मैंने ए
राम रतन धन पायो

हीरा छोड़ पत्थर चुनने में
सारो समय गँवायो
अमृत के बदले में मन में
ज़हर ही ज़हर भर आयो
बड़ी देर से बड़े भाग से
नाम प्रभु को मुख में आयो री
पायो री मैंने राम रतन धन पायो री
पायो री मैंने ए राम रतन धन पायो

जग की भूल भुलैय्या में मन
अब तक तो भरमायो
मृगतृष्णा में भटका मनवा
हाथ नहीं कछु आयो
अंत समय में राम नाम ही
काम हमारे आयो री

पायो री मैंने
ए ए ए ए ए ए ए
राम रतन धन पायो री
पायो री मैंने ए राम रतन धन पायो
जीवन में अब तो राम ही राम रस छायो री
पायो री मैंने ए राम रतन धन पायो री
पायो री मैंने ए
राम रतन धन पायो


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, 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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

5014 Post No. : 16919

#The Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # Sant Tulsidas – 1972#
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Today 10th April we celebrate ‘Ram Navami’ or the birth of Lord Shri Ram. The tithi today is ‘navami’ of shukla paksha of ‘chaitra maas’ as per Hindu Calender year. It is also the last day of the ‘Chaitra Navratri’.

On this occasion here is a ‘Ram bhajan’ from the ‘1972’ movie ‘Sant Tulsidas’.

“Sant Tulsidas” was directed by P. Bhalchandra for ‘Siddhanath Chitra, Bombay’.

P. Bhalchandra was also the producer of this movie. Praveen Chandra Patel was the co-producer of this movie.

It had Shahu Modak, Sushma, Madhuri, B.M. Vyas, Vijay Dutt, Rekha Chauhan, Dalpat, Shribhagwan, Ram Bhagnadi, Ratilal, Lakki, Rahi, Rakesh Kumar, Vasundhara Paudwal, Reshma, Ratan Tiwari, Nalini, Vijaya Lokhande, Guddu, Leela N., Anil Kumar, Kumar, Dev Kapoor, Raju, Deepak, Poonam, Ramprakash Sharma, Mahesh Desai, Darshan, Santosh Bikaneri and others.

Story, screenplay and dialogues for this movie (Hindi version) were written by Pt. R. Priyadarshi.

Editing of this movie was done by Bimal Roy.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 07.09.1972.

This movie had eights songs written by Bhagwat Mishra- seven songs and Brijmohan Vyas – one song.
Music for this film was composed by Ram Kadam (well-known Marathi film music director)

Here is the list of songs of this movie:-

SNo Song Title Lyricist Singer/s Posted On
01 Aao katha sunaayein sabko Brijmohan Vyas Jaywant Kulkarni
02 Solah singaar kar ke aayi Bhagwat Mishra Krishna Kalle
03 Pitaa matrushri bandhu kaanta Bhagwat Mishra Bhimsen Joshi
04 Nahin chhodo baba raam raam Bhagwat Mishra Bhimsen Joshi, Mahendra Kapoor
05 Ramaay ram bhadraay Bhagwat Mishra Bhimsen Joshi
06 Nandlaala nandlaala arey Bhagwat Mishra Krishna Kalle
07 Granth gyaan ke barav sorath Bhagwat Mishra Bhimsen Joshi
08 Raam prabhu aadhaar jagat ke Bhagwat Mishra Bhimsen Joshi 10.11.2012

*(HFGK Vol-V (1971-1980) also mentions the name of Usha Mangeshkar in the list of singers for this movie)

Only one song from this movie has been posted on the blog so far, and that was on 10.11.2012. (I was the ‘lyrics contributor’ for that song on the blog.).

Today’s song is sung by Bhimsen Joshi and Mahendra Kapoor. Only audio of this song is available. (even though this movie is now available on internet).
I have not watched this movie I cannot say on whom this song has been picturized in the movie. However this song a ‘bhajan’ is a very sweet and melodious bhajan to listen to . I hope readers will enjoy listening to this song today.

Lyrics for the song are by Bhagwat Mishra and music is composed by Ram Kadam.

Let us now listen to today’s song …

Audio

Song-Bolo bhaai Raam ki duhaai (Sant Tulsidas)(1972) Singers-Mahendra Kapoor, Bhimsen Joshi, Lyrics-Bhagwat Mishra, MD-Ram Kadam
Chorus

Lyrics

bolo bhaai
shri ramchandra ki jai

siyaawar ramchandra ki jai
siyaawar ramchandra ki jai

nahin chhodo baba raam raam
mohi aur padhan su kaun kaam

siyaawar ramchandra ki jai
siyaawar ramchandra ki jai

bolo bhaai
raam ki duhaayi
bolo bhaai
raam ki duhaayi
bolo bhaai
raam ki duhaayi
bolo bhaai
raam ki duhaayi

man matwaala peevai raam ras
man matwaala aa aa peevai raam ras
dooja kachhu na suhaayi ee
bolo bhaai
raam ki duhaayi
bolo bhaai
raam ki duhaayi

ulti gangaa neer bahaaya aa
ulti gangaa aa neer bahaaya
amrut dhaar chuwaayi ee
bolo bhaai
raam ki duhaayi
bolo bhaai
raam ki duhaayi

das kabeeraa
eehi ras maa taa ?
das kabeeraa aa aa
eehi ras maa taa ?
kabhu uchhki na jaayi
bolo bhaai
raam ki duhaayi
bolo bhaai
raam ki duhaayi

jaaun kahaan taji
charan tumhaare ae
jaaun kahaan taji
charan tumhaare ae
dev danuj muni
naag manuj sab
maaya vivash vichaare ae ae
jaaun kahaan taji
charan tumhaare ae
jaaun kahaan taji
charan tumhaare ae
jinke haath mein tulsidas kyun
jinke haath mein tulsidas kyun
jaaun apanapau haare ae ae
jaaun apanapau haare ae
jaaun kahaan taji
charan tumhaare ae
jaaun kahaan taji
charan tumhaare ae

raam sumir tu
raam sumir tu
raam sumir tu bhaai ee
raam sumir tu
raam sumir tu
raam sumir tu bhaai ee

raam naam ke sumir bina tu
raam naam ke sumir bina tu
budat hai adhikaayi ee ee ??
raam sumir tu
raam sumir tu
raam sumir tu bhaai

raam naam ka amrut chhaandi
raam naam ka amrut chhaandi
kaahe tu vish khaayi ee ee
raam sumir tu
raam sumir tu
raam sumir tu bhaai

kahat kabeeraa
guru prasaad lo o
kahat kabeeraa
guru prasaad lo
raam se kar lo snehi ee ee
raam sumir tu
raam sumir tu
raam sumir tu bhaai

raam kahat chalo
raam kahat chalo
raam kahat chalo bhaai re

raam sumir tu
raam sumir tu
raam sumir tu bhaai re

raam kahat chalo
raam kahat chalo
raam kahat chalo bhaai re

raam sumir tu
raam sumir tu
raam sumir tu bhaai re

raam kahat chalo
raam kahat chalo
raam kahat chalo bhaai re

raam sumir tu
raam sumir tu
raam sumir tu bhaai re

hare raam raam
hare raam raam
hare krishan Krishna
hare krishan krshna

jay raam raam
jay raam raam
jay Krishna Krishna
jay Krishna Krishna

hare raam raam
hare raam raam
hare krishan Krishna
hare krishan krshna

jay raam raam
jay raam raam
jay Krishna Krishna
jay Krishna Krishna

hare raam raam
hare raam raam
hare krishan Krishna
hare krishan krishna

bolo bhaai
raam ki duhaayi
bolo bhaai
raam ki duhaayi
bolo bhaai
raam ki duhaayi
bolo bhaai
raam ki duhaayi

hare raam raam
hare raam raam
hare Krishna Krishna
hare Krishna Krishna

hare raam raam
hare raam raam
hare Krishna Krishna
hare Krishna Krishna

jay raam raam
jay raam raam
jay Krishna Krishna
jay Krishna Krishna

bolo bhaai
raam ki duhaayi
bolo bhaai
raam ki duhaayi
bolo bhaai
raam ki duhaayi
bolo bhaai
raam ki duhaayi

hare raam raam
hare raam raam
hare Krishna Krishna
hare Krishna Krishna

jay raam raam
jay raam raam
jay Krishna Krishna
jay Krishna Krishna

hare raam raam
hare raam raam
hare Krishna Krishna
hare Krishna Krishna

jay raam raam
jay raam raam
jay Krishna Krishna
jay Krishna Krishna


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Blog Day :

4997 Post No. : 16894

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2012-2022) – Song No. 36
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This date ten years ago (viz 24 march 2012) saw five songs from five different movies getting covered in the blog. Here are the details:-

Blog Post number Song Movie (Year) Remarks
5686 Beena madhur madhur kachhu bol Ram Rajya(1943) 5 songs covered so far out of 12
5687 Chhota sa fasaana hai tere mere pyaar ka Birha Ki Raat(1950) Movie YIPPEED by now
5688 Ye zindagi ka mausam aur ye samaa suhaana Ghoonghat (1960) Movie YIPPEED by now
5689 Wo ghar ghar ke diye bujhaakar bane huye dhanwaan Ham Bhi Insaan Hain (1948) 4 songs covered so far out of 9
5690 Chal diye banda nawaaz Mr and Mrs 55(1955) Movie YIPPEED by now

We can see from the table that three of the movies whose songs were covered on 24 march 2012 have since been YIPPEED. That leaves us with two movies that are still unYIPPEED and therefore eligible for Blog Ten Year challenge today on 24 March 2022.

“Ram Rajya”(1943) is one such movie.

“Ram Rajya”(1943) was produced and directed by Vijay Shankar Bhatt for Prakash Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Prem Adib, Shobhana Samarth, Umakant Desai, Chandrakant, Badri Prasad, Yeshawant Nikam, Pandit, Ranjana, Amirbai Karnataki, Shanta Kumari, Athawaale, Madhusudan Jani, Pande etc in it.

This movie had 12 songs in it. Five songs have been covered in the blog so far.

Here is the sixth song from “Ram Rajya”(1943) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by a male singer that is not identified in HFGK. Ramesh Gupta is the lyricist. Music is composed by Shankar Rao Vyas.

The song is picturised as a song being sung on the occasion of the coronation of Lord Ram (played by Prem Adib.

I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the singer. From the voice, it appears that the singer was a classiclly trained singer.

Lyrics of the song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

Video link:

Song-Surya dev Jagdeep tej jinka jag saaje (Ram Rajya)(1943) Lyrics-Ramesh Gupta, MD-Shankar Rao Vyas

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

Surya Dev
Jagdeep tej
jinnkaa…aaaaa…
jag saajey aey ae ae
saat ashw ke aey ae rath par
saarathi ..eee…eee…eee
Arun biraajey aey ae ae ae

tum unnke kul deep Raam
ghar ghar jay gaaje ae aey ae ae
goonj uthhey ae aey ae
dash deesh
keerti ka dankaa…aaaa..aaaa
baajey aey ae ae ae

DaanVeer Harishchandra nripati
satya sewaa vratdhaari..eee…eee
putra naari diye bech satya par
bann gaye aap bhikhaari..eee..eee

kathin tapasyaa
bhagirath ne ki
gangaa jee ko laaye aey ae ae
woh brahman prathipaal bhoopati
Dilip Raaj kahaaye ae
Raghu Raaj kee
gaurav gaathaa
koyee nahin bisraaye ae ae
ashwamedh kar
ajj ne jag mein
keerti dhwaj pharkaaye aey ae
Dashrath jee ne
deh tajaa par
bachan nahin taj paaye ae aey ae
tum ho unnke praan jagat
jin ke nit din gun gaaye ae ae
Sooryaavansh kee
vijay pataakaa
tum phir se pharkaa do o o
Raam raajya se
Bhaarat mein tum
sukh shaanti barsaa do o o o o
Raam raajya se
Bhaarat mein tum
sukh shaanti barsaa do o o o o o


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, 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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

4898 Post No. : 16698

I am in my tenth year of the association with this lovely blog. I think I have mentioned this in one of my earlier posts. When I started sending ‘lyrics contributions’ to Atul ji in ‘2012’ and subsequently in ‘2013’ & ‘2014’ I was sending many songs in a single day. At that time the blog was ‘clocking’ four to six posts in a single day. However the number of posts got reduced subsequently. Nowadays we have only ‘one post or song in a day’ 😊

Now, when I go through the list of songs pending from those days, even I am surprised how I was able to send ‘many’ songs in those days. Well, the subject of today’s post is one such song which is still pending from that list.

The song is from the movie ‘Sandesh-1952’. This movie had debuted on the blog on 27.05.2013. So far, five songs from this movie have been posted on the blog. All these five songs have been shared by ‘yours sincerely’ 😊 I like all these six songs from this movie and had enjoyed a lot sharing the earlier songs. After today’s post this movie will be only two songs away from being ‘Yippeeeed’ on the blog.

“Sandesh-1952” was directed by Bal Gajbar for ‘Sandesh Pictures, Bombay’. This movie had Durga Khote, Umesh Sharma, Lalita Pawar, Kumud Lele, Meenakshi, Arvind, Nana Palsikar, Neeru, Vikas, Madan, Angrey, Priyadarshi, Dwarkanath, Nigam, Tilak Sharma, Shukla and others.

“Sandesh-1952” had eight songs in it wherein three lyricists Kumud Tripathi (six songs), Manohar Khanna (one song) and Nihal Chand Jain (Nihal Ujhanvi) (one song) had written these eight songs.

Music for this film was composed by S. Purushottam.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 06.09.1952.

Here is the brief about this movie which our inhouse encyclopedia Shri. Arunkumar Deshmukh ji had mentioned in his comments on the song-post of 05.06.2013 of this movie.

SANDESH-1952 was a film Directed by Bal Gajbar-who was a known name in Marathi films, but, in Hindi, he was a total failure.
This was a story of a doctor with distorted principles. Dinanath’s father Vidyadhar, an honest and straight forward School teacher is falsely implicated in cases of treason and mutiny against the British and is convicted in 1922. This shock takes Vidyadhar’s life.
Dinanath and his mother go to Kashinath who was a favorite student of Vidyadhar, for help. Kashinath promises Dinanath that he will make him a doctor. During his education, Dinanath falls in love with a rich Barrister’s daughter Sudha, but their marriage cannot take place as Dinanath is very poor. She gets married to his classmate.
Dinanath goes to England and when he comes back as a doctor, he becomes only money minded, as he realises the value of money in this world. Due to his, this nature, his mother Saraswati bai leaves him.

One day, his mother meets with an accident and is brought to his Hospital, but she refuses to be treated by him. he realises that relations are more important than money and a doctor’s profession is a noble one.

He repents and changes himself. meanwhile, Sudha gets a divorce, and they meet again and unite, finally.

The Hero of the film was Umesh Sharma, who acted in Deepak-51 and Apna desh-49 also as a Hero. later he worked in many other roles, as well as a writer, director, and producer also. he acted in 33 films. He was the writer of the famous film BOMBAY-1995.

S. PURUSHOTTAM was the Music Director. He was born in Kolhapur in 1919 and rose as an assistant to Kumar gandharva in his mehfils. V. Shantaram tried to help him by giving 2 films,Bhool-1948 and Apna Desh-49. though he gave very good music, but his luck did not favour him. he also gave music for 2 songs in Dahej-1950, Mere Laal-48, Devyani-52 and Sandesh-52.
He became so dejected that he left films and went back to Kumar Gandharva as his assistant in mehfils.

Following is the list of songs of this movie.

SNo Song-Title Singer/s Lyricist Posted on
01 Insaan tu insaan hai, insaan ban Mohd Rafi Manohar Khanna 27.05.2013
02 Nas nas mein meri bhar dard diya Asha Bhonsle, G.M. Durrani Kumud Tripathi 18.09.2014
03 Nainaa, nainaa, nainaa, miley nainon se Asha Bhonsle Kumud Tripathi 29.11.2014
04 Aao ji aao Raghuraj aao Manik Verma Kumud Tripathi Being discussed today
05 Ye do aankhen tujhe dikhe hain muhabbat jinme Zohrabai Ambalewali Kumud Tripathi 05.06.2013
06 Ho, ho, ho, saawan bhaadon ke badarwaa gaye aaye re Sulochana Kadam Nihal Chand Jain 03.06.2013
07 Bisri huyi wo baatein kyon yaad aa rahi hain Asha Bhonsle Kumud Tripathi
08 Soya gagan mein chaand* Manik Verma Kumud Tripathi

*Note – HFGK Vol-III (1951-1960) mentions that the song number eight of this movie seems to be added later in the movie.

As mentioned above five songs from this movie have already been posted on the blog earlier. Let us today enjoy a song from this movie after a long gap of ‘seven’ years and take this movie a little closer to ‘Yippeeee’land’ 😊

Today’s song is sung by Manik Verma, and lyrics have been penned by Kumud Tripathi.

Music is composed by S. Purushottam.

Only the audio of this is available.

I would request knowledgeable readers to throw more light on this movie and its songs.

Let us now listen to today’s song …

Audio

Song-Aao jee aao Raghuraaj aao (Sandesh)(1952) Singer-Manik Verma, Lyrics-Kumud Tripathi, MD-S Purushottam

Lyrics

Aao ji aao
Raghuraaj aao
Aao ji aao
Raghuraaj aao
Aao ji aao
Raghuraaj

Saanjh bhayi tum
Nahin ghar aaye
Saanjh bhayi tum
Nahin ghar aaye
Nainan mein aansoo bhar aaye
Nainan mein aansoo bhar aaye
Bhool gaye sartaaj aao
Bhool gaye sartaaj aao
Aao ji aao
Raghuraaj aao
Aao ji aao
Raghuraaj

Jaa ke mrig maaya ke peechhe
Jaa ke mrig maaya ke peechhe
Bhaage tum
Chhaaya ke peechhe
Bhaage tum
Chhaaya ke peechhe
Ye chhaaya hai
Haath na aaye
Ye chhaaya hai
Haath na aaye
Seeta roye

Seeta roye
Raam na aaye
Seeta roye
Raam na aaye
Darsan ki mohtaaj aao
Darsan ki mohtaaj aao
Aao ji aao
Raghuraaj aao
Aao ji aao
Raghuraaj

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Devanagari Script lyrics (Provided by Avinash Scrapwala)
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आओ जी आओ
रघुराज आओ
आओ जी आओ
रघुराज आओ
आओ जी आओ
रघुराज आओ

सांझ भई तुम
नहीं घर आये
सांझ भई तुम
नहीं घर आये
नयनन में
आँसू भर आये
नयनन में
आँसू भर आये
भूल गए सरताज आओ
भूल गए सरताज आओ
आओ जी आओ
रघुराज आओ
आओ जी आओ
रघुराज आओ

जा के मृग माया के पीछे
जा के मृग माया के पीछे
भागे तुम
छाया के पीछे
भागे तुम
छाया के पीछे
ये छाया हैं
हाथ न आये
ये छाया हैं
हाथ न आये
सीता रोये

सीता रोये
राम न आये
सीता रोये
राम न आये
दर्शन की मोहताज आओ
दर्शन की मोहताज आओ
आओ जी आओ
रघुराज आओ
आओ जी आओ
रघुराज आओ


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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Blog Day :

4782 Post No. : 16536 Movie Count :

4500

I have come across 3 Hindi films on the story of ‘Krihsna-Arjuna Yuddh’. I had never heard of the story of war between Krishna and Arjun in Mahabharat. How could they be at war with each other when Arjun and Lord Krishna were not only great friends but they were also relatives. Then how did the story of ‘Krishna-Arjuna Yuddh’ emerge? I could not get the slightest indication of the story even as a sub-plot in Mahabharat. A search on the internet revealed that there was indeed a story of Krishna-Arjun war. I came across at least two such stories with some minor variations though the main theme (the reasons for the war) remained the same in both the stories. There may be a few more versions of this story.

The first version of the story of Krishna-Arjuna Yuddh’ which I read is based on a fictional work written by a Telugu author, Chilakamarti Lakshminarasimhan with a title ‘Gayapakhyanam’ (1890). Based on this story, the Telugu drama ‘Sri Krishnarjuna Yuddham’ was staged in early 20th century. Later, the film, ‘Sri Krishnarjuna Yuddham’ (1963) was made in Telugu. The timeframe in the story was pre-Mahabharat war. The full story can be read here and here.

The first film on Krishna-Arjuna war was a silent film ‘Krishna Arjuna Yuddha’ (1923). With the advent of talkies, the same was made into a sound film in 1934 in Hindi. This was again remade as ‘Shri Krishnarjuna Yuddha’ (1945) and ‘Shri Krishna Arjuna Yuddh’ (1971), both in Hindi. Going by the synopsis of the 1934 talky film, I feel that all these films were based on the second version of the story for which the timeframe for this story was post-Mahabharat war. I will also not be surprised if the story writers of each of these films may have added sub-plots to the main story to make the films interesting to watch.

The story of ‘Krishna-Arjuna Yuddh’ in Hindi films seems to have been adapted from the second version which I have read in an article in Punjab Kesari. I have paraphrased the story to make it concise:

Once Maharshi Gaalav was making a divine offering to Sun God in the early morning when he saw Gandharva king, Chitrasen travelling in his aviation chariot in the sky. However, while travelling, Chitrasen’s spit fell in the Gaalav’s offerings. He was terribly annoyed with Chitrasen. He was about to give him a curse when he realised that his cursing would result in nullifying his years of meditation. So, he went to Lord Krishna with a complaint against Chitrasen. After hearing, Lord Krishna at once took a vow that before the sunrise the next day, he would kill Chitrasen. Gaalav returned to his hermitage satisfied.

After Gaalav had left, Devrishi Narad reached Lord Krishna’s house. Observing Lord Krishna in a serious mood, Narad asked him as to what was the reason for his serious face. Lord Krishna revealed about Gaalav’s visit and his vow to kill Chitrasen before the sunrise the next day. After hearing this, Narad rushed to meet Chitrasen and apprised him of the danger to his life with Lord Krishna’s vow. Chitrasen got panicky and proceeded to Lord Indra and Lord Shiva with a request to protect him from Lord Krishna. His requests went in vain as they would not like to interfere with Lord Krishna’s matter.

A disappointed Chitrasen came back to Narad and requested him to find a way out to get his life protected. Narad gave him a solution by advising him to visit a particular place on the banks of Yamuna River in the midnight and cry loudly. After listening to his cries, a lady would come to him and enquire as to the reasons for his crying. He would have first get her commitment for the protection from his impending death without revealing as to who was his potential killer. Once the lady gives the promise to protect him, he can reveal the name of Lord Krishna as his potential killer. Chitrasen had no other option but to agree to Narad’s advice.

In between, Narad made a hasty visit to Arjun’s palace and met Subhadra. He told her that the day was the most auspicious one to take a bath in Yamuna River in the midnight and if she gets an opportunity to help a needy person, she would get ‘akshya punya’. That night, Subhadra visited the banks of Yamuna River along with her friends for the auspicious bath, After her bath, she heard a loud cry for help. She thought it as an opportunity to help a person in distress for ‘akshya punya’ and visited the person who was none other than Chitrasen. He told his problem to Subhadra without revealing the name of Lord Krishna. Once he got the firm commitment from her that she would protect him, Chitrasen revealed the name of his potential killer as Lord Krishna. Subhadra was now in a piquant situation. On the one side, Lord Krishna’s promise to Gaalav has to be met. On the other side, it was her commitment to save Chitrasen from a sure death,

Subhadra returned to her palace with Chitrasen and presented him to Arjun who turned out to be his friend. Arjun was ready to protect Chitrasen to fulfill the commitment Subhadra made to him. Arjun gave refuge to Chitrasen in his palace. Now it was Narad’s turn to meet Lord Krishna and to apprise him that his close friend and brother-in-law, Arjun had given protection to Chitrasen. He suggested to Lord Krishna to think twice before planning his next move. Lord Krishna requested Narad to convince Arjun to release and bring Chitrasen to his place.

Narad met Arjun with Lord Krishna’s proposal which Arjuna flatly refused to comply with. He said that having given promise to Subhadra to give protection to Chitrasen, it was not correct on his part to deviate from his promise as per the teachings of Lord Krishna. Narad went back to Lord Krishna and conveyed Arjun’s decision. Now a war was eminent between Lord Krishna and Arjun. Lord Krishna comes with his army of Yadavas and Arjuna with the army of Pandavas. A pierce war broke out between them exhausting all their conventional weapons without any result. At last, Lord Krishna took out his Sudarshan Chakra for which Arjun’s response was through his Pashupatashtra. Knowing that these two potent weapons were capable of destroying the whole world, Arjun invoked Lord Shiva who appeared at the war scene. After taking control of both these potent weapons, Lord Shiva reached out to Lord Krishna and reminded him that there were several instances where he had not fulfilled his vows in difference to his devotees. Lord Shiva ordered them to stop the war at once. Lord Krishna stopped the war by hugging Arjun and freed Chitrasen from his vow to kill him.

Maharshi Gaalav was disappointed. He felt that Lord Krishna, Arjuna, Subhadra and Chitrasen had played pranks with him. He told them that he was going to burn them with his power. So, he took some water on his hand to pour on the ground so that all the four are destroyed by burning. But before he could do so, Subhadra said loudly that if she was an ardent devotee of Lord Krishna and her devotion to Arjun was complete, the water from the hands of Gaalav would not fall on the ground. That was what exactly happened when Gaalav attempted to pour the water from his hand.

Maharshi Gaalav was ashamed of his act. He took leave of Lord Krishna and returned to his hermitage.

I like this fictional story because there is lot to be learnt from it. Firstly, one should never give commitment to anyone without ascertaining the facts in full. Second, one should not unilaterally act based on the information provided by a third party. Thirdly, the punishment should be in commesurate with the offence. Lastly, there should be timely intervention by the superiors before the matter goes out of hand.

‘Shri Krishnarjuna Yuddh’ (1945) was produced under the banner of Murari Picutures and was directed by Mohan Sinha. The star cast included Prithviraj Kapoor, Shobhana Samarth, Shahu Modak, Maneka Devi, Kanaiyalal, Rattanbai, Trilok Kapoor, Vasant Pehalwan, Nand Kishore, Shyam Sundar etc.

The film had 10 songs of which Y N Joshi and Dr Safdar Aah Sitapuri wrote 6 songs and 2 songs, respectively. Lyricists for the remaining 2 songs are not known. All the songs were set to music by Jagannath Prakash. This was the only film for which he was the music director.

I am presenting the first song, ‘vandan karo ri sakhi vandan karo’ from ‘Shri Krishnarjuna Yuddh’ (1945) to appear on the Blog. The song is written by Y N Joshi. HFGK is silent on the singers of the song. The song’s mp3 clip mentions the name of the singers as Hameeda Bano and Geeta Roy which I am inclined to agree.

With this song, ‘Shri Krishnarjuna Yuddh’ (1945) and the music director, Jagannath Prakash make debut on the Blog.

Audio Clip:

Song-Vandan karen ree sakhi vandan karen (Shri Krishn Arjun Yudhh)(1945) Singers-Hameeda Bano, Geeta Roy, Lyrics-Y N Joshi , MD-Jagannath Prakash
Chorus

Lyrics

vandan karen ri sakhi vandan karen
vandan karen ri sakhi vandan karen
vandan karen ri sakhi
vandan karen ri sakhi
vandan karen
vandan karen ri sakhi
vandan karen ri sakhi
vandan karen

vandan karen ri sakhi vandan karen ae ae
vandan karen ri sakhi vandan karen ae ae
vandan karen ri sakhi vandan karen
vandan karen ri sakhi vandan karen
Shri Ram kaa
Shri Ram kaa
Shri Ram kaa
Shri Ram kaa

maaya apaar inki mahima apaar
maaya apaar inki mahima apaar
shobha apaar inki leela apaar
shobha apaar inki leela apaar
rishi muni swaami??
haar gaye ree ee
rishi muni swaami ??
haar gaye ree ee
paaya na koi paar
koi paar
paaya na koi paar
koi paar
chalo milkar sakhi naman karo sakhi naman karo
chalo milkar sakhi naman karo sakhi naman karo
o sakhi naman karo
o sakhi naman karo

Shri Ram kaa
Shri Ram kaa
Shri Ram kaa
Shri Ram kaa

aise Gopal ko mere Gopal ko
man mein bithhaaungi aaj
aise Gopal ko mere Gopal ko
man mein bithhaaungi aaj
aise Gopal ko mere Gopal ko
man mein bithhaaungi aaj
aise Gopal ko mere Gopal ko
man mein bithhaaungi aaj
mangal Yashoda nandan karen ree sakhi
vandan karen
mangal Yashoda nandan kare ree sakhi vandan karen
vandan karen
o sakhi vandan karen
o sakhi vandan karen
Shri Ram kaa
Shri Ram kaa
Shri Ram kaa
Shri Ram kaa

ham karm par datey rahen
ham dharm par adey rahen
ham karm par datey rahen
ham dharm par adey rahen
inne sikhaaya hai hamen
anyaay se bhidey rahen
ham karm par datey rahen
ham dharm par adey rahen
ham karm par datey rahen
ham dharm par adey rahen
inne sikhaaya hai hamen
anyaay se bhidey rahen

mangal Yashoda nandan karen ri sakhi
vandan karen
mangal Yashoda nandan karen ri sakhi
vandan karen
o sakhi vandan karen
o sakhi vandan karen
Shri Ram kaa
Shri Ram kaa


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, 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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws

Blog Day :

4738 Post No. : 16460

Hullo Atuldom

“On the 103rd Birth Anniversary of my father – Late Saraswati Kumar Deepak. I pay my respect to his divine soul with a very good Song in the praise of Lord Ram, written by him for the film – Pawan Putra Hanuman – 1955.

महिमा अपरंपार राम की, महिमा अपरंपार – पवन पुत्र हनुमान – by Mohammad Rafi

Lyricist: Saraswati Kumar Deepak,
Composed by Chitragupt,
Singer is Mohammad Rafi and
Film: Pawan Putra Hanuman
Actors are Anita Guha, Mahipal &
famous composer S.N.Tripathi as Hanuman”

The trigger for this post is the Whatsapp mesage (posted above) that I received from my husband who forwarded his colleague and friend Alok Sharmaji’s message.

I myself had earmarked a song to be sent to Atulji for today’s anniversary but couldn’t write it out on time. But, on receiving the above, I decided to push what I had bookmarked to a later occasion.

“Pawanputra Hanuman” had 10 songs of which the blog has four as under

Song Date of post Post by
Jai bolo Siyaaar Raam ki 2 May 2014 Arunkumarji
Jaago hey bajrang bali 8 June 2014 Arunkumarji
Kaliyon mein Raam mera kiranon mein Raam 1 February 2016 Sadanandji
Mere Raam kahaan ho tum 2 February 2018 Avinashji

Chitragupt, the music director, used Mohammad Rafi, Shamshad Begum, Sudha Malhotra, Asha Bhonsle, Usha Mangeshkar and Geeta Dutt as playback singers for songs/bhajans written by G S Nepali and Saraswati Kumar Deepak.

Here is the next song from the movie, the one which Alok Sharmaji has mentioned. It is sung by Pawanputra Hanuman in the court of ShriRam. Jai Shri Ram. Jai Jai Jai Bajrangbali. 🙏🙏

It is Shri Saraswati Kumar Deepak’s 35th anniversary on 8th July. There is a good post by Sudhirji which gives us Deepakji’s biography.

Audio

Video

Song-Mahima aprampaar Raam ki mahima aprampaar(Pavanputra Hanuman)(1957)/(Hanuman Chalisa (1969) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Sarasati Kumar Deepak, MD-Chitragupta
Chorus

Lyrics

bhari sabha mein Raam bhakt ki
hoti aaj hansa..aa..aai
bhakt dare kyun duniya se jab
Raam hain uske sahaayi
mahima aprampaar Raam ki
mahima aprampaar
mahima aprampaar Raam ki
mahima aprampaar
jab jab sunte karun pukaar
aate pal mein karunadhaar
Raam ki mahima aprampaar

baalpane mein Vishwamitra ke
saath chale raghuraai
ek teer se maar giraaya jabhi Taadka aayi
rakhwaale ban gaye kripaalu
yagya bhoomi ke dwaar
Raam ki mahima aprampaar
mahima aprampaar Raam ki
mahima aprampaar

patthar ban kar padi Ahilya
shraap pati ka paaya
deen bandhu ne charan dhool se
uska shraap mitaaya
sati Ahilya ko bhagwan ne
pal mein diya ubaar
Raam ki mahima aprampaar
mahima aprampaar Raam ki
mahima aprampaar

jab hua Seeta swayamvar
door se aaye dhanurdhar
haar kar baithe sabhi
Shiv ke dhanush ko chhod ke
akad mein lankesh aaya
dhanush usse uthh na paaya

Raam ne tab rakh diya pal mein
dhanush ko tod ke
magan ho gayi Mithila nagari ee ee
magan ho gayi Mithila nagari
huyi suman bauchhaar
Raam ki mahima aprampaar
mahima aprampaar Raam ki
mahima aprampaar

bholi bhaali Shabari ne chakh chakh kar ber jutaaye
ber prem ke ber ber shri Ramchandr ne khaaye
bhole bhagwan bhed bhaav ka
karte kahaan vichaar
Raam ki mahima aprampaar
mahima aprampaar Raam ki
mahima aprampaar

bhakton ke rakhwaale bhagwan
meri aan nibhaao o
bhakton ke rakhwaale bhagwan
meri aan nibhaao
mann mandir ke swaami mere
mann mein daras dikhaao
mann mein daras dikhaao
jai jai jai shri Raa..aa.m

ho o o o
Raghupati raghav raaja Raam
patit paawan Seeta Raam
Raghupati raghav raaja Raam
patit paawan Seeta Raam
Raghupati raghav raaja Raam
patit paawan Seeta Raam
Raghupati raghav raaja Raam
patit paawan Seeta Raam
Raghupati raghav raaja Raam
patit paawan Seeta Raam
Raghupati raghav raaja Raam
patit paawan Seeta Raam
Raghupati raghav raaja Raam
patit paawan Seeta Raam
Raghupati raghav raaja Raam
patit paawan Seeta Raam
Raghupati raghav raaja Raam
patit paawan Seeta Raam
Raghupati raghav raaja Raam
patit paawan Seeta Raam


This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, 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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

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4440

#The Decade of Seventies – 1971 – 1980 #
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# Bhoole-Bisre Geet # 138 # Missing Films -1971- 05 #
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I have mentioned in my earlier posts that this year ‘2021’ is special for the movies released in the year ‘1971’ as they will complete their ‘fifty years’ of release simultaneously, as this year ‘2021’ progresses.

The year ‘1971’ saw one hundred and fifteen movies released in that year. We are going to see the total list in future posts on the blog. Today we will see the list of movies released between Jan to April(From01.01.1971 to 30.04.1971).

Here is the list: ‘1971’ movies (in alphabetical order) released between 01.01.1971 to 30.04.1971…

SNO Movie Title Director Passed by Censor Board Song Status on the blog
1 Aag Aur Daagh A. Salam 20.01.1971 3/6 Songs posted
2 Adhikaar S.M. Sagar 28.04.1971 Yippeeee’ed
3 Andaz Ramesh Sippy 23.04.1971 Yippeeee’ed
4 Chandan Kewal Mishra 23.03.1971 2/5 Songs posted
5 Ek Paheli Naresh Kumar 16.01.1971 4/6 Songs posted
6 Elaan K. Ramanlal 30.04.1971 Yippeeee’ed
7 Gambler Amarjeet 16.02.1971 Yippeeee’ed
8 Gehraa Raaz Niranjan 01.02.1971 Yippeeee’ed
9 Haseenon Ka Devataa Ravi Nagaich 18.02.1971 1 song posted
10 Jal Bin Machhali Nritya Bin Bijalee V. Shantaram 11.01.1971 6 of 8 Songs posted
11 Johar Mehmood In Hongkong S.A. Akbar 04.01.1971 4 of 6 Songs posted
12 Kaalaa Parvat M. Sathyu 24.03.1971 No songs/Not mentioned
13 Kahin Aar Kahin Paar Maruti 23.01.1971 2 of 6 Songs posted
14 Laakhon Mein Ek S.S. Balan 24.03.1971 4 of 6 Songs posted
15 Lagan Ramanna 17.03.1971 2 of 6 Songs posted
16 Maataa Vaishno Devi Satish Kumar 16.04.1971 Making its DEBUT Today
17 Main Sundar Hoon Krishnan Panju 18.03.1971 Yippeeee’ed
18 Mehboob Ki Mehandi H.S. Rawail 30.01.1971 Yippeeee’ed
19 Melaa Prakash Mehra 04.03.1971 Yippeeee’ed
20 Nayaa Zamaanaa Pramod Chakravarty 23.03.1971 Yippeeee’ed
21 Paaras C.P. Dixit 08.04.1971 Yippeeee’ed
22 Parde Ke Peechhey K. Shankar 16.03.1971 2 of 6 Songs posted
23 Pyaar Ki Kahaani Ravi Nagaich 20.04.1971 Yippeeee’ed
24 Raamu Ustaad Mohammad Hussain 16.02.1971 1 of 4 Songs posted
25 Reshamaa Aur Sheraa Sunil Dutt 26.04.1971 Yippeeee’ed
26 Sher- E- Vatan Harbans 06.01.1971 1 of 4 Songs posted
27 Ummeed Nitin Bose 27.04.1971 Yippeeee’ed
28 Upaasanaa Mohan 15.03.1971 Yippeeee’ed
29 Veer Chhatrasaal Harsukh Bhatt 22.03.1971 1 of 5 Songs posted

From the above list we can see that all movies for the ‘Jan-April 1971’ period have been represented on the blog except one movie i.e., ‘Maataa Vaishno Devi’.

Today we are introducing this movie on the blog.

“Maataa Vaishno Devi-1971’ a mythological movie was directed by Satish Kumar for ‘Lokmanch Pvt Ltd, Bombay’. It had Jayshree Gadkar, Abhi Bhattacharya, B.M. Vyas, Anant Kumar, Mohan Choti, Tun Tun, Jeevan, Niranjan Sharma, Pal Sharma, Jayshree T., Madhumati, Shefali, Meenakshi, Saroj Naik, Baby Mala, Bhagwan Sinha, Radheshyam, Ramlal, Moolchand, Vishwas, Vijay Mohan and others.

This movie was passed by Censor Board on 16.04.1971.

This movie had six songs written by B.D. Mishra and composed to music by Dilip Ray.
Here are the details of these six songs.

S.No. Song Title Singer/s
01 Jai Vaishno maataa, Prem se bolo jai maataa ki Mahendra Kapoor, chorus
02 Chaand ne aisa jaadu daala ki hoke matwaalaa Asha Bhonsle, Usha Khanna
03 Man ke korey kaagaz pe tasveer kheench lo Ram ki Manna Dey
04 O naadaan meri maan, tu naa chhed mujhe Asha Bhonsle
05 Man ke korey kaagaz pe tasveer kheench lo Raam ki Asha Bhonsle
06 Raavan phoonko dhoomdhaam se, vijay Raam ne paayi re bhaiyya Mahendra Kapoor, chorus

Today’s song is a multiple version song. Male version is sung by Manna Dey and it is lip synced on screen by Jeevan. The female version is sung by Asha Bhonsle (and chorus) and it is lip-synced on screen by Jayshree Gadkar.

Let us now listen to this beautiful bhajan. With today’s song ‘Maataa Vaishno Devi-1971’ makes its debut on the blog.

Audio – Manna Dey version

Video – Manna Dey version

Audio – Asha Bhonsle version

Video – Asha Bhonsle version

Song-Man ke korey kaaghaz pe tasveer kheench lo Raam ki(Maata Vaishno Devi)(1971) Singer-Manna Dey/ Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-B D Mishra, MD-Dilip Ray
Chorus

Lyrics

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(Manna Dey version)
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shri raam
raam raam
shri raam

man ke korey
kaaghaz pe ae
tasveer kheench lo
raam ki ee
man ke korey
kaaghaz pe ae
tasveer kheench lo
raam ki
kankar se shankar tak gaaye
mahimaa jinke naam ki
man ke korey
kaaghaz pe
tasveer kheench lo
raam ki ee

sooraj jaisa tej hai mukh pe
aur chandaa ka salonaapan
sooraj jaisa tej hai mukh pe
aur chandaa ka salonaapan
kesh hain kaale meghon jaise
mastak jaise neelgagan
nain kamal bhauhen kamaan si ee ee
nain kamal bhauhen kamaan si
honthhon mein chhavi muskaan ki ee
man ke korey
kaaghaz pe tasveer kheench lo
raam ki ee

parvat saa hai vaksh raam ka
bal agaadh hai baahon mein
parvat saa hai vaksh raam ka
bal agaadh hai baahon mein
har teerath har devaalaya hai
inke charan ki chhaaon mein
rang saanwlaa khiley ang pe
ae ae ae
rang saanwlaa khiley ang pe
shobha jaise shaam ki
man ke korey kaaghaz pe
tasveer kheench lo
raam ki ee

maathe tilak
kaan mein kundal
sheesh mukut man ko mohe
maathe tilak
kaan mein kundal
sheesh mukut man ko mohe
gal vaijayanti maal viraaje
peetambar tan pe sohe
dhoom machi hai
teen lok mein
ae ae ae ae
dhoom machi hai
teen lok mein
do akshar ke naam ki ee
man ke korey
kaaghaz pe
tasveer kheench lo
raam ki ee
kankar se shankar tak gaaye
mahimaa jin ke naam ki
man ke korey
kaaghaz pe
tasveer kheench lo
raam ki ee

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(Asha Bhonsle version)
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shri raam
shri ee raam
shri ee raam

man ke korey
kaaghaz pe
tasveer kheench lo
raam ki
man ke korey
kaaghaz pe
tasveer kheench lo
raam ki
kankar se shankar tak gaaye
mahimaa jin ke naam ki
man ke korey
kaaghaz pe
tasveer kheench lo
raam ki ee

dharti ban ke bichhey hain wo hi
ambar ban ke chhaaye hain aen aen
dharti ban ke bichhey hain wo hi
ambar ban ke chhaaye hain
jal ban kar behten hain wo hi
agin pawan mein samaaye hain
ye sundar sansaar hai jhaanki ee
ee ee
ye sundar sansaar hai jhaanki
raam prabhu chhavi dhaam ki
man ke korey
kaagaz pe
tasveer kheench lo
raam ki ee

wo hi sakhaa
wo hi swaami hain
sab ke wo hi pitaa maataa
wo hi sakhaa
wo hi swaami hain
sab ke wo hi pitaa maataa
saare rishte naate jhoothhe
sachchaa unka hi naataa
raam ka jo ho jaaye usey kya
aa aa aa aa aa
raam ka jo ho jaaye usey kya
chinta hai dhan dhaam ki
man ke korey
kaaghaz pe
tasveer kheench lo
raam ki ee

poojan sumiran
bhajan bhakti hai
prabhu ke paane ki raahen aen aen
poojan sumiran
bhajan bhakti hai
prabhu ke paane ki raahen
kewal prem se raam reejhhte
dhan daulat kachhu naa chaahen
le lo mol tum preet raam ki
ee ee ee ee ee
le lo mol tum preet raam ki
bikti hai bin daam ki
man ke korey
kaaghaz pe
tasveer kheench lo
raam ki
kankar se shankar tak gaaye
mahimaa jin ke naam ki
man ke korey
kaagaz pe
tasveer kheench lo
raam ki ee
man ke korey
kaaghaz pe ae ae
tasveer kheench lo
raam ki ee
man ke korey
kaaghaz pe ae ae
tasveer kheench lo
raam ki ee


This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, 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 other sites without the knowledge and consent of the web administrator of atulsongaday.me, then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

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4494 Post No. : 16022

Today’s song is from the film Shri Rambhakta Hanuman-1948.

Looking back, I find that my last post was on Muslim films in India, in which I had discussed the situation rather in details. And now this post immediately on Hindu Mythology !
May sound somewhat strange, but not to me. From childhood, I developed a religious mindset, but my father ensured to impress on me that Religion is strictly a personal matter and one must decide how much importance one should give to Religion in one’s life. I have followed this principle till today and I treat all religions with the same reverence. Excess or exhibition of Religion publicly – unnecessarily – is anathema to me and I feel it must be avoided. This is my opinion.

Film Shri Rambhakta Hanuman-48 was the first of the Mythological films Homi Wadia’s Basant Pictures had made. Due to the extraordinary success of religious films from Prakash Pictures, suddenly there was a spurt in making Mythological films. Though Prakash Pictures made hit films like Bharat Milap-42 and Ram Rajya-43, in their films, the entire focus was on Shri Ram and Seeta Mai. They did not give any importance to Hanuman in their films. When I checked the credits of these two films yesterday, I found that Hanuman’s name was not there in the credits and we do not know who did that role ! Sensing this as an opportunity, the business minded Wadia made a film on Hanuman as the central character.

From the day films started getting made in India, in the silent film era, the Religious and Mythological stories were used to make films. The simple reason was Indian audience was well versed in such stories from Puranas, Ramayan or Mahabharat, from generations, all over the country. This was a common thread between various states of India. Thus, even when Talkie films started, initially, many such films were made in almost all languages. Actually, such Mythological films were a guarantee to recover the invested money and a handsome profit too !

When the influence of social films increased in the 40’s decade, religious films were made less, but it is worth noting that the most popular Religious Films ever, like Ramrajya, Bharat Milap and Har Har Mahadev etc were made during this period only.

The Best and the Golden period for Religious films was the 50’s decade- 1951 to 1960. In these 10 years, as many as 124 Religious and Mythological films were made. This works out to an average of ONE film EVERY MONTH for 10 continuous years. later on, however, making of such films tapered consistently and nowadays, Religious and Mythological stories can only be seen on the Home Television.

What is the difference between Religious and Mythological films ? Are they the same ? No, there is a difference. Films based on stories from Puranas ( which is a mix of imagination and History in symbolic way) are Mythological Films. Examples are ‘ Ganga Maiyya’ or ” Ram Hanuman Yuddha ” or ” Ram Rajya ” etc. Films based on Bhakti or Upasana , involving Historical stories, persons or happenings are Religious films. Examples are ” Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu”, ” Sant Tukaram” or ‘ Mahatma Kabeer’ etc.

Don’t be surprised by seeing the Music Director’s name in the cast. Yes he is the same person. Tripathi was not an occasional actor, but a regular one. As a Music Director, Tripathi gave music to 107 films, composing 863 songs therein. He was an All rounder. He was a story writer, composer, Producer, Director and an Actor. He even sang 13 songs in 7 films, in his early career. Tripathi directed 18 films and acted in as many as 83 films !

Though his music was good, he remained branded as a Mythological, Religious, costume and fantasy film composer. Rarely he got any social film as a MD. Even as a Director he directed only 5 Social films. His role as Hanuman in Mythological films was popular. In films where Mahipal was doing Ram’s role, Tripathi used to be the Hanuman. These were mostly Wadia films. Prakash Pictures also produced Mythological films, their films never gave importance to Hanuman. Some unknown actor was used for that role. Basant Pictures gave importance to Hanuman and Tripathi was fixed for it.

Wadia’s action, costume and fantasy films were very popular in the Middle East and Pakistan. When they made ” Rambhakta Hanuman”- in 1948, they had a problem. Partition had taken place and Pakistan was a New Muslim country. Wadia’s were worried if this Mythological film would be received well there. The major role of Hanuman was done by S N Tripathi. How to export this Hindu religious film in Muslim countries like Pakistan and the Middle East, was a major problem. A simple trick solved this problem. Wadias changed the title of this film copy for Export and it was named ” Udta Bandar ” (उडता बंदर ). With this new title the film became a Hit in that Territory !

Now coming to God Hanuman….Lord Hanuman is a Hindu god and divine vanara companion of the god Rama. Lord Hanuman is one of the central characters of the Hindu epic Ramayana. He is an ardent devotee of Rama and one of the chiranjeevis. He is also mentioned in several other texts, such as the epic Mahabharata and the various Puranas. Lord Hanuman is also the son of the wind-god Vayu, who in several stories played a direct role in Lord Hanuman’s birth.

Evidence of devotional worship to Lord Hanuman is largely absent in these texts, as well as in most archaeological sites. According to Indologists , the theological significance of Lord Hanuman and devotional dedication to him emerged about 1,000 years after the composition of the Ramayana, in the 2nd millennium. After the arrival of Islamic rule in the Indian subcontinent Bhakti movement saints such as Samarth Ramdas have positioned Hanuman as a symbol of nationalism and resistance to persecution. In the modern era, his iconography and temples have been increasingly common. He is viewed as the ideal combination of “strength, heroic initiative and assertive excellence” and “loving, emotional devotion to his personal god Rama”, as Shakti and Bhakti. In later literature, he is sometimes portrayed as the patron god of martial arts such as wrestling and acrobatics, as well as activities such as meditation and diligent scholarship. He symbolizes the human excellence of inner self-control, faith, and service to a cause, hidden behind the first impressions of a being who looks like an Ape-Man Vanara.

The meaning or origin of the word “Hanuman” is unclear. One interpretation of “Hanuman” is “one having a disfigured jaw”. This version is supported by a Puranic legend wherein infant Hanuman mistakes the Sun for a fruit, heroically attempts to reach it, and is wounded in the jaw for his attempt.

Linguistic variations of “Hanuman” include Hanumat, Anuman (Tamil), Hanumantha (Kannada), Hanumanthudu (Telugu). Other names include:Anjaneya, Anjaniputra, Kesari Nandan, Vayuputra, Bajrangbali, Sankat Mochan, Maruti, Kapishwara, Ramdoot etc etc.

In Valmiki’s Ramayana, estimated to have been composed before or in about the 3rd century BCE, Hanuman is an important, creative character as a simian helper and messenger for Rama. The character evolved over time, reflecting regional cultural values. It is, however, in the late medieval era that his profile evolves into more central role and dominance as the exemplary spiritual devotee, particularly with the popular vernacular text Ramcharitmanas by Tulsidas . According to scholars , during a period of religious turmoil and Islamic rule of the Indian subcontinent, the Bhakti movement and devotionalism-oriented Bhakti yoga had emerged as a major trend in Hindu culture by the 16th-century, and the Ramcharit Manas presented Rama as a Vishnu avatar, supreme being and a personal god worthy of devotion, with Hanuman as the ideal loving devotee with legendary courage, strength and powers.

During this era, Hanuman evolved and emerged as the ideal combination of shakti and bhakti. Stories and folk traditions in and after the 17th century, began to reformulate and present Hanuman as a divine being, as a descendant of deities, and as an avatar of Shiva. He emerged as a champion of those religiously persecuted, expressing resistance, a yogi, an inspiration for martial artists and warriors, a character with less fur and increasingly human, symbolizing cherished virtues and internal values, and worthy of devotion in his own right. As Hindu monks morphed into soldiers, they often named their organizations after Hanuman. This evolution of Hanuman’s character, his religious status, and his cultural role as well as his iconography, continued through the colonial era and into post-colonial times.

According to Hindu legends, Hanuman was born to mother Anjana and father Kesari. Hanuman is also called the son of the deity Vayu (Wind god) because of legends associated with Vayu’s role in Hanuman’s birth. One story mentioned in Eknath’s Bhavartha Ramayana states that when Anjana was worshiping Vayu, the King Dasharatha of Ayodhya was also performing the ritual of Putrakameshti yagna in order to have children. As a result, he received some sacred pudding (payasam) to be shared by his three wives, leading to the births of Rama, Lakshmana, Bharata and Shatrughna. By divine ordinance, a kite snatched a fragment of that pudding and dropped it while flying over the forest where Anjana was engaged in worship. Vayu, the Hindu deity of the wind, delivered the falling pudding to the outstretched hands of Anjana, who consumed it, leading to the birth of Hanuman.

The Ramayana locates the birthplace of Hanuman in Kishkindha. Anjaneri Anjanadri (Near Hampi) in Gangavathi Taluk Koppal District, Karnataka is one of a number of places that claim to be the location of Kishkindha. ( Collated from information from the book ” The primer of Hinduism” by Dr. D.S.Sarma, pub.1922 and wiki, with thanks.)

I have seen this film many times. I liked the bhajans in this film. Trick scenes, yes, of course. But one thing…trick scenes in Shri Krishna’s films abound, but in Ram kathas, they are minimal. This is because Ram was depicted and behaved as an ordinary mortal, establishing righteousness, and upholding religion. He was a Model human being and thus called Maryada Purushottam. Whereas Krishna taught us how to act Tit for Tat with wicked persons. His principle was, lying or cheating for the right cause is OK. Krishna’s teachings seem more relevant in today’s times.

Today’s song is the fourth song from this film to feature here. In the 50’s decade Rafi must have sung maximum Bhajans in his career. As per the book ” Rafinama ” by Isak Mujawar, Rafi started singing Bhakti Geet in films from the film “Bhakta Gopal Bhaiya”-1948. Same year he also sang Muslim Bhakti geet in film Rehnuma-48 under the baton of Dhumi Khan. However, how many Bhaktigeets he sang is not recorded anywhere. Anyway, enjoy this Bhajan…

Audio

Video

Song-O jag ko basaanewaale mere mann ki kutiya basaao (Shriram Bhakt Hanuman)(1948) Singer-Rafi, MD-S N Tripathi

Lyrics

Ram Ram
ShreeRam Shree Ram
Ram ShreeRam
ShreeRam Ram Ram

o jag ke basaaane waale
o jag ke basaaane waale
mere man ki kutiya basaao
o jyoti jagaane waale
mere man ka deep jalaao
o jag ke basaaane waale
mere man ki kutiya basaao
Ram Ram bhaj Ram Ram
Ram Ram bhaj Ram Ram

Jab chhodi ratan nagariya
Jab chhodi ratan nagariya
kya bhaayegi ye kutiya
Jab chhodi ratan nagariya
kya bhaayegi ye kutiya
ravi shashi chamkaane waale
ravi shashi chamkaane waale
ye jugnu bhi chamkaao
o jag ke basaaane waale
mere man ki kutiya basaao
Ram Ram bhaj Ram Ram
bhaj Ram Ram bhaj Ram Ram

o roop salone shyaamal
tum pawan tumhi ho baadal
tum pawan tumhi ho baadal
o roop salone shyaamal
tum pawan tumhi ho baadal
tum pawan tumhi ho baadal
saagar lahraane waale
saagar lahraane waale
man gaagar mein aa jaao
o jag ke basaaane waale
mere man ki kutiya basaao
Ram Ram bhaj Ram Ram
bhaj Ram Ram

tum raho mere nainan mein
tum raho mere nainan mein
main pada rahoon charanan mein
tum raho mere nainan mein
main pada rahoon charanan mein
maaya phailaane waale
maaya phailaane waale
maaya se mujhe bachaao
o jag ke basaaane waale
mere man ki kutiya basaao
Ram Ram bhaj Ram Ram
bhaj Ram Ram
bhaj Ram Ram
bhaj Ram Ram
bhaj Ram Ram
bhaj Ram Ram
bhaj Ram Ram
bhaj Ram Raaam


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