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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 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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Missing Films of 1960s – 95
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We come to a very interesting episode of this series. The film I pick for today is ‘Koi Ghulam Nahin’ from 1970. The Geet Kosh listings say that the film has 6 songs, and all of them have been released on 78 rpm gramophone records. As I checked my own collection, I find that all the six songs are available. Just to check, I also went online and discovered that two songs are available on the YouTube. And very interestingly, one of them turns out to be a video. And a very interesting video at that. The song is sung by Rafi Sb, and is performed on screen by MG Ramachandran (MGR), the super star of South Indian cinema.

This heightened my curiosity, and I did some more research. It turns out that MGR has appeared in 13 Hindi films (1 unreleased), between 1951 and 1980. On a hunch, I checked out the production banners. It turns out that for all these 13 films, the production houses are/were located in Madras (now Chennai). So one inference that can be drawn is that all these 13 films might well have been bilingual films, or that they are originally films produced in South Indian language and then dubbed into Hindi.

Since we are dealing with the 1960s, I checked out the other MGR films in this decade. And I find that other than ‘Baghdad’ (1961), for the other MGR films in this decade, viz. ‘Hamen Bhi Jeene Do’ (1962), ‘Meri Bahen’ (1962), ‘Raj Mahal’ (1963), and ‘Nartaki Chitra’ (1965), the songs are not traceable and not available. A possible explanation can be that for these bilingual or dubbed films, no songs were released on gramophone records. And that their video prints are not available too.

Today’s film, ‘Koi Ghulam Nahin’, is produced under the banner of MGR Pictures, madras and is directed by K Shankar. The star cast is listed as MG Ramchandran, Ashokan, Manohar, Chandra Babu, Cho, Jaylalita, Pandhari Bai, Jyotilakshmi, and Baby Rani. The songs are written by Saraswati Kumar Deepak and the music is by SN Tripathi.

Today’s song, is an ode in the praise of the ‘mother’. In the video clip, we can see MGR lip syncing this song sung by Rafi Sb. The lip syncing, as well as in some ways, the odd arrangement of Hindi words in the lines of the song, well indicates the possibility of dubbing, and / or force fitting Hindi lyrics to the tune of a song originally in a South Indian language.

In the video clip, we also see a lady dressed in white, as the song progresses. I don’t want to hazard a guess, and I request other knowledgeable friends and readers to help identify this actress.
[Note: Dr Pradeep Shetty has informed that this actress is Pandhari Bai.]

Today, March 14th, also happens to be the birth anniversary of music director SN Tripathi. This song also makes that anniversary connection for today.

Song – Gaa Re Gaa Mann Aaj Yahi  (Koi Ghulam Nahin) (1970) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – Saraswati Kumar Deepak, MD – SN Tripathi

Lyrics

gaa re gaa mann aaj yahi
tere din ab badal gaye
reh naa udaas
ho naa niraash
sang mein tere gaaye akaash
gaa re gaa mann aaj yahi
tere din ab badal gaye
reh naa udaas
ho naa niraash
sang mein tere gaaye akaash
gaa re gaa mann aaj yahi

jeevan deti hai maa
ganga maiyyaa si hai maa
jeevan deti hai maa
ganga maiyyaa si hai maa
wo hi karey pratipal
dharam ki rakhwaar
dharti ki mamta ka hai vishwaas
wo hi karey pratipal
dharma ki rakhwaar
dharti ki mamta ka hai vishwaas
gaa re gaa mann aaj yahi

tu hi amrit hai maa
jag ko nit deti hai vishwaas
tu hi amrit hai maa
jag ko nit deti hai vishwaas
jag mein agar maa
na milti tum
kaun mere mann mein karta niwaas
gaa re gaa mann aaj yahi

prem jyoti hai maa
tu hi pooja ki devi hai maa
prem jyoti hai maa
tu hi pooja ki devi hai maa
miley mujhe baar baar
madhur madhur maa ka pyaar
maa se bujhi hai mere maan ki ye pyaas
miley mujhe baar baar
madhur madhur maa ka pyaar
maa se bujhi hai mere maan ki ye pyaas
gaa re gaa mann aaj yahi

aadi ant mein tu hai
maa nyaye mein neeti mein tu hai
aadi ant mein tu hai
maa nyaye mein neeti mein tu hai
jis ne diya hai pyaar
aas ki jo bahaar
mili aaj aisi mahashakti
jis ne diya hai pyaar
aas ki jo bahaar
mili aaj aisi mahashakti

arre gaa re gaa mann aaj yahi
tere din ab badal gaye
reh naa udaas
ho naa niraash
sang mein tere gaaye akaash
gaa re gaa mann aaj yahi

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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गा रे गा मन आज यही
तेरे दिन अब बदल गए
रह ना उदास
हो ना निराश
संग में तेरे गाये आकाश
गा रे गा मन आज यही
तेरे दिन अब बदल गए
रह ना उदास
हो ना निराश
संग में तेरे गाये आकाश

जीवन देती है माँ
गंगा मैय्या सी है माँ
जीवन देती है माँ
गंगा मैय्या सी है माँ
वो ही करे प्रतिपाल
धरम की रखवार
धरती की ममता का है विश्वास
वो ही करे प्रतिपाल
धरम की रखवार
धरती की ममता का है विश्वास
गा रे गा मन आज यही

तू ही अमृत है माँ
जग को नित देती है विश्वास
तू ही अमृत है माँ
जग को नित देती है विश्वास
जग में अगर माँ
ना मिलती तुम
कौन मेरे मन में करता निवास
गा रे गा मन आज यही

प्रेम ज्योति है माँ
तू ही पूजा की देवी है माँ
प्रेम ज्योति है माँ
तू ही पूजा की देवी है माँ
मिले मुझे बार बार
मधुर मधुर माँ का प्यार
माँ से बुझी है मेरे मन की प्यास
मिले मुझे बार बार
मधुर मधुर माँ का प्यार
माँ से बुझी है मेरे मन की प्यास
गा रे गा मन आज यही

आदि अंत में तू है
माँ न्याय में नीति में तू है
आदि अंत में तू है
माँ न्याय में नीति में तू है
जिसने दिया है प्यार
आस की जो बहार
मिली आज ऐसी महाशक्ति
जिसने दिया है प्यार
आस की जो बहार
मिली आज ऐसी महाशक्ति

अरे गा रे गा मन आज यही
तेरे दिन अब बदल गए
रह ना उदास
हो ना निराश
संग में तेरे गाये आकाश
गा रे गा मन आज यही

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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 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 : 3859 Post No. : 14873

Greetings all – Basant is here. Today is the celebration of Basant Panchmi.

Of all the wonderful songs that have been created in Hindi films, for celebrating this King of Seasons, I would prefer to place this song today to be amongst the top five. Such a beautiful creation this is.

I myself had not heard of this song, till about five days ago. A friend in our circle enquired whether I had this song. He has been searching for it for some time now. Not being aware of it first hand, I said I will check. And when I located it in my collection, and then heard it for the first time, I am simply bowled over by the soft beauty and the delicious attractiveness of this song. The words, the music and the rendition have all come together in a conspiracy to steal your heart away.

The words are written by Saraswati Kumar Deepak. Ah, the enchantment of the lyrics that say – “चलो तारों के गजरे बना लो सखी” – come, lets make a garland from the stars. The wonderful music is from the mind of Ajit Merchant. The soft and beautiful melody – it makes such a delightful use of chorus lines interspersed with the primary singing voice. And this exquisite rendition is in the voice of Sudha Malhotra. She has rendered some of the loveliest songs in Hindi films. And this one stands right up there with her best – sung ever so sweetly.

The film is ‘Ram Bhakt Vibhishan’ from 1958 – one of the more obscure and unfamiliar productions, whose claim to fame might well just be the lovely music – like this song. The production banner is Rajni Chitr, Bombay. The film is produced by SJ Rajdev and directed by Samar Chatterji. The star cast of this film is listed as Nirupa Roy, Shahu Modak, Prem Adeeb, Krishna Kumari, Shanta Apte, Babu, Kamal, Surendra Kumar, Neema, Sarita, and Bipin Gupta. A total of nine songs are listed for this film. This is the third song for this film to appear here on our blog.

Listen to this lovely creation, and marvel – at the gems that still need to be discovered.

Song – Ritu Raja Ne Teer Chalaaya  (Ram Bhakt Vibhishan) (1958) Singer – Sudha Malhotra, Lyrics – Saraswati Kumar Deepak, MD – Ajit Merchant
Chorus

Lyrics

ritu raja ne. . .

ritu raja ne teer chalaaya
jiya lalchaaya
sajaniyaa..aa..aa
aaya basant
hua birha ka ant
sakhi aaya basant

o o oooo
ooooo oo ooooo
bhanwre chaley. . .
bhanwre chaley
bhanwre chaley gungunaate huye
suno praanon ki bansi bajaate huye
gungunaate huye
gungunaate huye
zara nainon se
zara nainon se naina milaate huye
chalo masti ki basti basaate huye
ritu raja ne
ritu raja ne teer chalaaya
jiya lalchaaya
sajaniyaa..aa..aa
aaya basant
hua birha ka ant
sakhi aaya basant

o o oooo
ooooo oo ooooo
angdaaiyaan. . .
angdaaiyaan
angdaaiyaan le ke pariaan chalin
neele neele gagan ki sundariaan chalin
dekho pariaan chalin
dekho pariaan chalin
badi natkhat hai
badi natkhat rengeeli badi manchali
saari duniya mein machne lagi khalbali
ritu raja ne
ritu raja ne teer chalaaya
jiya lalchaaya
sajaniyaa..aa..aa
aaya basant
hua birha ka ant
sakhi aaya basant

o o oooo
ooooo oo ooooo
chanda taley. . .
chanda taley
chanda taley jhoola daalo sakhi
chalo taaron ki gajre bana lo sakhi
jhoola daalo sakhi
jhoola daalo sakhi
hath chhodo ji
hath chhodo najariya utha lo sakhi
baanke balma ko apna bana lo sakhi
ritu raja ne
ritu raja ne teer chalaaya
jiya lalchaaya
sajaniyaa..aa..aa
aaya basant
hua birha ka ant
sakhi aaya basant

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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ऋतु राजा ने॰ ॰ ॰

ऋतु राजा ने तीर चलाया
जिया ललचाया
सजनीया॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ
आया बसंत
हुआ बिरहा का अंत
सखी आया बसंत

ओ ओ ओssss
ओssss ओs ओssss
भँवरे चले॰ ॰ ॰
भँवरे चले
भँवरे चले गुनगुनाते हुये
सुनो प्राणों की बंसी बजाते हुये
गुनगुनाते हुये
गुनगुनाते हुये
ज़रा नैनों से
ज़रा नैनों से नैना मिलाते हुये
चलो मस्ती की बस्ती बसाते हुये
ऋतु राजा ने॰ ॰ ॰
ऋतु राजा ने तीर चलाया
जिया ललचाया
सजनीया॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ
आया बसंत
हुआ बिरहा का अंत
सखी आया बसंत

ओ ओ ओssss
ओssss ओs ओssss
अंगड़ाइयाँ॰ ॰ ॰
अंगड़ाइयाँ
अंगड़ाइयाँ ले के पारियाँ चलीं
नीले नीले गगन की सुंदरियाँ चलीं
देखो पारियाँ चलीं
देखो पारियाँ चलीं
बड़ी नटखट है
बड़ी नटखट रंगीली बड़ी मनचली
सारी दुनिया में मचने लगी खलबली
ऋतु राजा ने॰ ॰ ॰
ऋतु राजा ने तीर चलाया
जिया ललचाया
सजनीया॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ
आया बसंत
हुआ बिरहा का अंत
सखी आया बसंत

ओ ओ ओssss
ओssss ओs ओssss
चंदा तले॰ ॰ ॰
चंदा तले
चंदा तले झूला डालो सखी
चलो तारों के गजरे बना लो सखी
झूला डालो सखी
झूला डालो सखी
हठ छोड़ो जी
हठ छोड़ो नजरिया उठा लो सखी
बाँके बलमा को अपना बना लो सखी
ऋतु राजा ने॰ ॰ ॰
ऋतु राजा ने तीर चलाया
जिया ललचाया
सजनीया॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ
आया बसंत
हुआ बिरहा का अंत
सखी आया बसंत


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Blog Day : 3844 Post No. : 14856

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Discussion on economics-3
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Today is 26 january 2019, a red letter day in the history of Modern India. We all know that India gained independence on 15 august 1947, but what kind of nation we were going to be was not yet decided on that day. It took another two years and five months (896 days to be precise) for the nation to define itself as a Republic where every citizen, irrespective of his background was assured of equality.

Many nations have been formed over the centuries, but it was for a first time that a newly independent nation declared that all its citizens were going to have equal rights. If one looks at the history of USA, we find that that USA was formed on 4 july 1776, but equal rights for all citizens of USA were given much later. In early years of USA, only white males were allowed to vote. Blacks males were allowed to vote more than 100 years later. Females of all races were allowed to vote only from 1920. Seen that way, the constitution of India was, in many way a remarkable achievement for a newly independent nation, a nation so vast in area and population that many “experts” considered int ungovernable and one that was liable to break into pieces.

The constitution of India has served as a very powerful glue to hold this vast nation together. With passage of time, this glue has become more powerful than fevicol. 🙂

A major reason why the country became united and stayed united was the inclusive nature of the constitution where everyone was given six fundamental rights namely:-

Right to equality.
Cultural and Educational Rights.
Right to freedom.
Right against exploitation.
Right to freedom of religion, and.
Right to constitutional remedies.

The above fundamental rights is the magic glue that has kept the nation united. The above rights are exhaustive and all encompassing. We need not look very far. We only only have to look around our neighbourhood to find that many of these rights are not available to citizens in our neighboring countries.

The above fundamental rights basically gives respect and dignity and opportunities to all citizens. Many of these are rights that were not available to our forefathers.

India was an underdeveloped nation at the time of independence. Lots and lots of industrial activities were started which involved creating steel plants, dams, educational institutions, research centers etc. These were set up at places that were till then remote locations. People from all over the country got employment in these newly opened installations.

Movement of these people was largely by trains. So these trains were also a big unifier for the nation.

When people from various backgrounds met and interacted with each other, they got to learn about the language and culture of the place they had moved to.

While interacting with each other, it turned out that they could find some topics of mutual interest. One was Hindi movies and music, and other was Cricket. Hindi movies and music, and also cricket have been great unifiers for Indians.

With so many powerful glues to hold us together, and with gradual prosperity of the nation, Indians of today are far more proud and upbeat about India than they were a few generations ago. I find that I have personally become a nationalist (not a jingoist) and I am quite upbeat about the future of the country.

Here are some of the great things that are happening in India and are going to happen in future:-

1. GDP-When India became independent, it was one of the poorest nations on the face of the earth. This state of affairs continues till 1991, when the economic policy of the nation was finally given a thorough overhaul and the economy was liberalised. In a matter of a little over two decades, India gatecrashed into the list of top 10 economies of the world. Today, India is a member of G-20 group of nations which is a group of top 20 economies in the world. In reality, India should be a member of G-8 as well, seeing that Indian economy is very much in top 8 in the world. When the new figures of GDP are released a few months later, India would find itself as the fifth largest economy in the world, displacing our erstwhile master the Great Britain, who will slip to seventh position behin France. And India will leave these countries behind permanently. New target for India would be to overtake Germany and Japan, and that would be achieved in another one decade, may be less.

2. Steel is to an economy what the skeleton is to a body. An economy cannot be built without steel. There was a time, till 1907, when no steel was produced in India. It was in 1907 that the first steel factory was built by Jamshedji Tata in a place that is now called Jamshedpur. When Tata gave a proposal in 1907 to GIP Railways that they wanted to supply rail for Railway, the then Commissioner of Railway Safety, GIP Railway, Sir Frederick Upcott remarked that he would eat each pound of Railway if this upstart was able to produce that. Much later, British Steel, a steel company was taken over by a Dutch company to form Corus steel, and this Corus Steel was bought by Tata steel in 2007, exactly 100 years after the arrogant remark of a British. Today, India is world’s second largest steel producer behind China, and Britain is no where. Two Indian owned companies (Arcelor Mittal and Tata) are world’s number one and number three steel making companies in order of size of outturn of steel.

3, Soft power-India is a country that produced the largest number of movies in the world. They have fair share of film market in the world but not as much as it could be. But now it seems that India has started to produce movies that are truly world class and they are being appreciated for that. Example- Bahubali pt 2, Dangal.

4. Power of Indian market– Indian market is worth more than $1 trillion and it will become a $4 trillions market within a few years. With reforms such as GST, this is one single market that no one in the world can ignore. So India and its consumers can command high quality products at competitive prices. For example, Chinese companies which have no clue what Cricket and Kabaddi are, are the title sponsors of Indian Premier League and Professional Kabaddi League because they want to enter Indian market riding on the popularity of games that Indians love.

Some naysayers among us (there are quite a few) may tell us that we are nowhere in the world on per capita basis. That is true, but compared to where we were one decade back, India has made tremendous progress.

5. GDP per capita– The GDP per capita today works up to $2000 which is no big deal seeing that the GDP per capita in advanced economies are 20 times or more. Indeed that is the case, but that is because keeping Indians Gareeb has been a stated policy of some parties in India. That is why Indian per capita income remained under $ 400 till two decade ago and under $ 1000 till one decade ago . So India was in the list of Low Income countries till one decade ago. Thanks to opeing up of economy in 1991, the per capita income had grown up five times in last two decades, while it had doubled in last one decade. Now India is in Low Middle Income Group ($ 1025 to $ 4035 per capita group). Next target is graduating to Middle Income group ( $ 4035 to $12475 per capita) group.

6. Future growth of economy– Per capita income above $ 12475 makes a country a high income group country. So Indian per capita income needs to grow six times before India can become a high income country. That can be achieved if Indian resources- both natural as well as human, are upgraded in a big way. In simple terms, it means upgrading the infrastructure and reforming rules, taking unpopular and non populist decisions in the process if required. If India continues to grow at the existing annual growth rate of 7 % per annum then it will take between 25 to thirty years for India to become a high income country. If the growth rate is higher, then the target can be met in a shorter duration. For either case, a lot of input is required.

7. Quality related indices-A country that aspires to grow and join the list of advanced nations cannot do so unless they improve their quality. There are certain quality related indices that give an idea where a country stands. Some of these quality indices are:-
(i)Global Innovation index-India is ranked 57th in 2018- a steady improvement from its 81st position in 2015)
(ii)Global competitive index-India is ranked 58th in WEF’s global competitiveness index of 2018.
(iiiEase of doing business-India is in 77th position in latest ranking, it is a vast improvement from its rankings of 100 and 130 in the preceding years.
(iv)QS rating of top universities- IIT Bombay, the highest ranked Indian university has a world ranking of 162. In Asia, it is 34th, which shows that top Indian universities still need to improve a lot to catch up with advanced Asian economies viz Japan, China, South Kore, Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapor.e
(v)Credit rating- Though not as high as advanced economies, Indian credit rating is good enough to be investment grade, and so Indian business organisations are able to raise loan from foreign financial organisations.

8. India aims to be a $5 Trillions economy by 2023. 3 Trillions will come from service sector, one trillion from agriculture sector and one trillion from manufacturing sector. As far as manufacturing sector is concerned, I can visualise India becoming a big and respected exporter of Engineering goods.

All of the above are possible if Indians value their constitution and make the most of the provisions provided in the constitution. I am quite positive and bullish about the future prospects of India.

On this occasion, here is a rare song from “Subhash Chandra”(1978). ‘This movie was directed by Piyush Bose for A K B Films, Calcutta. The movie had Ashish Ghosh, Amar Dutt, Samar Kumar, Ajit Prakash, N.Vishwanathan, Lamsden, Bown, Smith, Reba Devi, Rama Das ec in it.

The movie had six songs in it. Two of these songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Subhash Chandra”(1978) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Usha Mangeshkar and chorus. Saraswati Kumar Deepak is the lyricist. Music is composed by Aparesh Lahiri.

I take this opportunity to wish a happy republic day to all Indians wherever they are. I have no doubt that this republic day will mark the beginning of some great achievements and accomplishments for india in many fields.


Song-Desh hamaara (Subhash Chandra)(1978) Singer-Usha Mangeshkar, Lyrics-Saraswati Kumar Deepak, MD-Aparesh Lahiri
Chorus

Lyrics

Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
swarg se sundar desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara

hai apni aankhon ka taara
ye apne praanon se pyaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara

desh ki maati apni maata
janam janam ka iska naata
desh ki maati apni maata
janam janam ka iska naata
?? yahi pukaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara

ganga jamuna ki ye paani
kan kan kehta yahi kahaani
ganga jamuna ki ye paani
kan kan kehta yahi kahaani
yahi himalay ne lalkaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara

Hindu Muslim Sikh Isaai
sada rahe hain bhai bhai
Hindu Muslim Sikh Isaai
sada rahe hain bhai bhai
koi ye kabhi nahin kar paaya
maa ki mamta ka batwaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara

ye Bangaali ye Gujaraati
ek diye ke sab hai baati
ye Punjaabi ye Madraasi
ham sab bhai Bharatwaasi
??
dharti ka singaar dubaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
swarg se sundar desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara
Desh hamaara


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Blog Day : 3729 Post No. : 14671

“Veer Arjun”(1952) was produced by Ratilal Punatar and directed by Ramchandra Thakur. The movie had Trilok Kapoor, Nirupa Roy, P Kailash, Mahipal, Suryakant, Vijaysen, Anil, Vasantrao Pahalwan, Dulaari, Rajraani, Nazira, Mahtab, Kumud, Usha, Amirbai Karnataki, Keshav Purohit, Bheem, Banke Bihaari, S N Tripathi, Pesi Patel, Kamlakant, Sachin Ghosh, Kamlesh Thakar, Yashwant Dave, Bhagwandas, Date, Sayyad Patel, Ibrahim, Babu Raje, Yusuf Mahimi etc in it.

The movie, clearly about Arjun from the epic “Mahabharat”, had seven songs in it. Two songs have been covered in the past.

Here is the third song from “Veer Arjun”(1952) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Saraswati Kumar Deepak is the lyricist. Music is composed by Avinash Vyas.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Sakhi sapnon mein saajan aaya (Veer Arjun)(1952) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Saraswati Kumar Deepak, MD-Avinash Vyas

Lyrics

sakhi sapnon mein
ho sakhi sapnon mein saajan aaya
mere nainon mein aake samaaya
sakhi sapnon mein
ho sakhi sapnon mein saajan aaya
mere nainon mein aake samaaya

mere praanon ko aake jagaaya
mere praanon ko aake jagaaya
sakhi sapnon mein
ho sakhi sapnon mein saajan aaya
mere nainon mein aake samaaya

ho o
jaise baadal gambheer
jaise jharne ka neer
ho o
jaise baadal gambheer
jaise jharne ka neer
jaise tarkash ka teer
jaise rann mein randheer
aise rasiya ne
ho
aise rasiya ne ras barsaaya
mere man ke kamal ko khilaaya
sakhi sapnon mein
ho sakhi sapnon mein saajan aaya
mere nainon mein aake samaaya

jaise chanchal chakor
kare chanda se preet
jaise matwaala mor
gaaye saawan ka geet
jaise chanchal chakor
kare chanda se preet
jaise matwaala mor
gaaye saawan ka geet
aise chhaliya ne
ho aise chhaliya ne
man ko lubhaaya
mere nainon ko aake nachaaya
sakhi sapnon mein
ho sakhi sapnon mein saajan aaya
mere nainon mein aake samaaya
sakhi sapno mein
ho sakhi sapnon mein saajan aaya
mere nainon mein aake samaaya


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Blog Day : 3692 Post No. : 14603

Mukesh and his Composers – 16
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Today 27 August, we remember Mukesh on his remembrance day.

My last post on his birthday (22 July) was about his collaboration with Bappi Lahiri. We remain with the Lahiri family in this post too as we discuss the songs sung by Mukesh for Bappi Da’s father Aparesh Lahiri.

There are probably more songs sung by Aparesh Lahiri than the films that he composed music for.

Not much information is available on the net and I request knowledgeable readers to write more on his composing career. From the little information, I could gather in connection with this post, I came across a Bengali film named Subhash Chandra (1966). Needless to say it is based on the life and times of one of the most adored and respected freedom fighters of India, Subhash Chandra Bose.

The film in Bengali language seems to have been quite popular from what I could understand. Mukesh who has sung about a dozen Bengali songs has one song in this 1966 particular film too. The same film was made in Hindi and seems to have disappeared without much popularity. In the Hindi version too, Mukesh has sung the same song with the same tune as the Bengali version.
[Ed Note: As per the Geet Kosh, the Hindi version of this film was released in 1978.]

This is the solitary song sung by Mukesh for Aparesh Lahiri and hence there will be no table in this post. 🙂

Evidently, there has not been much research by me in this post and I apologize for the same. However the details were sketchy and since it was the only sung by Mukesh for the said composer, I did not dig much into the career of Aparesh Lahiri.

Much of these details were provided to me by Shri Harish Raghuwanshi and I am thankful to him.

Before I conclude the post, I would like to repeat what a few noted and eminent personalities have said about Mukesh.

Salil Chowdhury: Each word from his lips was a pearl. No one could sing the way Mukesh did, with the right diction, inflexion and intonation. His vocal timbre was out of this world.

Raj Kapoor: I am just a body, Mukesh is my soul.

Anil Biswas: I have lost my son. (on Mukesh’s passing away)

Needless to say, the above quotes speak volumes about Mukesh; the man with the golden voice, playback singer par excellence and the noble soul.

The voice of Mukesh will forever continue to resonate in the world of music.


Song – Yahaan Radha Kund Hai Shyam Kund Hai (Subhash Chandra) (1978) Singer – Mukesh, Lyrics – Saraswati Kumar Deepak, MD – Aparesh Lahiri

Lyrics

jai radheshya..aa..aam
ra..aa.aadheshya..aa..aam
jai radheshya..aa..aam

yahaan radha kund hai
shyam kund hai
aur hai goverdhan
madhur
madhur bansi baaje
yahi to vrindavan
o babu yahi to vrindavan

bansi baar baar boley
radha radha radha
radha..aa..aa
radha..aa..aa..aa..aa
bansi baar baar boley
radha radha radha
radha naam bansi ne suron mein hai bandha
tabhi to kanhaiya baney
raadhika raman
madhur madhur bansi baaje
yahi to vrindavan
o babu yahi to vrindavan

jagat ke dukh ki kaanha suney baani
usi baani ko sun ke bani radha rani
huye radhika ke prem se. . .
pooran. . .  mohan
madhur madhur bansi baaje
yahi to vrindavan
o babu yahi to vrindavan

yahan radha kund hai
shyam kund hai
aur hai goverdhan

jai radheshya..aa..aam. . .
ra..aa.aadheshya..aa..aam
jai radheshya..aa..aam. . .

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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जय राधे श्या॰॰आम
रा॰॰आ॰॰आधे श्या॰॰आ॰॰आम
जय राधे श्या॰॰आम

यहाँ राधा कुंड है
श्याम कुंड है
और है गोवेर्धन
मधुर
मधुर बंसी बाजे
यही तो वृन्दावन
ओ बाबू यही तो वृन्दावन

बंसी बार बार बोले
राधा राधा राधा
राधा॰॰आ॰॰आ
राधा॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ
बंसी बार बार बोले
राधा राधा राधा
राधा नाम बंसी ने सुरों में है बांधा
तभी तो कन्हैया बने
राधिका रमण
मधुर मधुर बंसी बाजे
यही तो वृन्दावन
ओ बाबू यही तो वृन्दावन

जगत के दुख की सुने कान्हा बानी
उसी बानी को सुन के बनी राधा रानी
हुये राधिका के प्रेम से॰॰॰
पूरन॰॰॰ मोहन
मधुर मधुर बंसी बाजे
यही तो वृन्दावन
ओ बाबू यही तो वृन्दावन

यहाँ राधा कुंड है
श्याम कुंड है
और है गोवेर्धन

जय राधे श्या॰॰आम
रा॰॰आ॰॰आधे श्या॰॰आ॰॰आम
जय राधे श्या॰॰आम


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Blog Day : 3641 Post No. : 14467

Today (7 july 2018) is the birth centenary of lyricist Saraswati Kumar Deepak (7 july 1918-8 july 1986). His name is mostly associated with songs from religious/ mythological movies. He penned some 400 odd songs in movies in his four decades long career spaning from 1940s till 1970s). This blog has 54 songs penned by him.

On this occasion, here is a song from “Keechak Vadh”(1959). This movie was produced in Marathi and Hindi by Balasaheb (P K) Pathak and directed by Yeshwant Pethekar for Manik Studios, Bombay. The movie had Baburao Pendharkar (Keechak), Sumati Gupte (Draupadi), Shobhna Samarth (Sudeshna), Vishwas Kunte, Vimla Kumari, Helen etc in it.

The movie had seven songs in it. One song has been covered in the past.

Here is the second song from “Keechak Vadh”(1959) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Lata. Saraswati Kumar Deepak is the lyricist. Music is composed by Master Krishnarao. It is a lovely song that describes the well known mythological tale of matsyabhed during the swayamwar of Draupadi.

This movie is available on internet and some of our regulars have seen it as well. I request them to tell us who lip syncs this song on screen.


Song-Juda swayamwar huyi sayaani jis din paanchaali(Keechak Vadh)(1959) Singer-Lata, Lyrics-Saraswati Kumar Deepak, MD-Master Krishnarao

Lyrics

Juda swayamwar hui sayaani jis din paanchaali
kaha drupad ne suno sabha ke raaja balshaali
ghoom rahi khambe par machhli
tel bhara neeche
parchhaai ko dekh dhanush koi aakar ke kheenche
jiska teer lage machhli par uski paanchaali
kaha drupad ne suno sabha ke raaja balshaali

desh desh ke rajaaon ki bheed huyi bhaari
bhaanti bhaanti ke yodha aaye raaj mukut-dhaari
bhaai ke sang varmala le aayi paanchaali

uski shobha raajsabha mein daamini si damki
soot putr ke uthhte hi wo jwaala si chamki
kaha nahin adhikaar sabha mein
goonj uthhi taali ee
kaha drupad ne suno sabha ke raaja balshaali

khoj rahi hirni si aankhen jeewan ka sathi ee
vipr vesh mein arjun dekha chamk uthhi baati
in aankhon ne un aankhon ko di amrit pyaali ee
kaha drupad ne suno sabha ke raaja balshaali
uthha dhanajay dhanush uthhaaya dekhi parchhai ee
dekhi parchhaai
matsy bhed ho gaya
dwaar par goonji shahnaai

juda swayamwar hui sayaani jis din paanchaali
kaha drupad ne suno sabha ke raaja balshaali


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Blog Day : 3574 Post No. : 14319

“Ghaayal” (1951) was a Shri Navratna Pictures Production movie. It was directed by Ramchandra Thakur. The movie had Sheikh Mukhtaar, Ram Singh, Geeta Bali, Yashwant Dave, Pesi Patel,Jawahar Kaul, Sulochana Chatterji, Mirza Musharaf etc in it.

Four songs from this movie have been discussed in the past. Here is the fifth song from forgotten movie. This song is sung by Meena Kapoor. Saraswati Kumar Deepak is the lyricist. Music is composed by Gyan Dutt.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.


Song-Phool kisi ke haar kisi ka (Ghaayal)(1951) Singer-Meena Kapoor, Lyrics-Saraswati Kumar Deepak, MD-Gyan Dutt

Lyrics

phool kisi ke
haar kisi ka aa aa aa
nain uthha kar dekho baalam
naach raha hai pyaar kisi ka
naach raha hai pyaar

bandhi hui thhi jin aankhon se
in aankhon ki dor
aaj wahi aise badli hai
lagi huyi kis oar
idhar bhi dekho roothe sajan
toot gaya hai taar nadi ka
kisi ka toot gaya hai taar
idhar bhi dekho roothe saajan
toot gaya hai taar kisi ka
toot gaya hai taar
phool kisi ke
haar kisi ka aa aa
nain uthha kar dekho baalam
naach raha hai pyaar kisi ka
naach raha hai pyaar

chaahe ghir ghir aaye badariya
kabhi na chhodoon haath
chaahe badli rahe nazariya
kabhi na chhoote saath
ho bairi
ho bairi
o bairi kyun badal rahe ho
sapnon ka sansaar
kisi ka sapnon ka sansaar
o bairi kyun badal rahe ho sapnon ka sansaar
kisi ka sapnon ka sansaar
phool kisi ke
haar kisi ka aa aa aa
nain uthha kar dekho baalam
naach raha hai pyaar kisi ka
naach raha hai pyaar

khushi manaaoon naachoon gaaun
?? muskaaun
piya tumhaare charnon par main chaand sitaare laaun
piya main chaand sitaare laaun
o nirmohi
o nirmohi
o nirmohi kyun karte ho
jeena bhi bekaar kisi ka
jeena bhi bekaar
o nirmohi kyun karte ho
jeena bhi bekaar kisi ka
jeena bhi bekar
phool kisi ke
haar kisi ka aa aa
nain uthha kar dekho baalam
naach raha hai pyaar kisi ka
naach raha hai pyaar


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Blog Day : 3561 Post No. : 14280

“Maaya Baazaar”(1958) was directed by Babubhai Mistri for Basant Pictures Bombay. The movie had Anita Guha, Rajkumar Pandey, Ulhas, B M Vyas, Ram singh, Ramesh Sinha, Mahipal, Vasant Rao Pahalwan, Babu Raje, Dalpat, shree Bhagwan, Samar roy, Ratnamala, Krishn Kumari, Sulochana, Kanchanmala, Pal Sharma, Uma Dutt, Master Prithvi, Premlat, Geeta < Ratan, Rajni, Neelophar, Manda, Bhumiya, Ajit Kumar, R S Dubey, T N Sinha, Korega etc in it.

The movie was about Ghatotkach, the “raakshas” son of Bhim from the mythological tale of Mahabharat.

The movie had eight songs in it. Six songs from the movie have been covered in the past.

Here is the seventh song from the movie to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Asha Bhonsle. Saraswati Kumar Deepak is the lyricist. Music is composed by Chitragupta.

This song tells the story of Lord Krishna.

I am unable to identify the lady lip syncing the song. I request our knowledgeable readers to help identify the lady and the other actors seen in the picturisation.


Song-Jaa jaa re chhaliya (Maaya Baazaar)(1958) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Saraswati Kumar Deepak, MD-Chitragupta

Lyrics

ja ja re chhaliya kanhaiya
ja ja re chhaliya
kaisa jaadu kiya man moh liya
toone aisi bajaai baansuri
ja ja re chhaliya kanhaiya
ja ja re chhaliya

thha andhiyaara
gahri dhaara
thha andhiyara
gahri dhaara
aage badha na jaaye
badli ghumdi yamuna umdi
pita bahut ghabraaye
pair chhuye aur raah dikhaaye
pair chhuye aur raah dikhaaye
kaisi hai ye jaadugari
ja ja re chhaliya kanhaiya
ja ja re chhaliya
kaisa jaadu kiya
man moh liya
toone aisi bajaai baansuri
ja ja re chhaliya kanhaiya
ja ja re chhaliya

chheen ke baalak abhimaani ne
jabhi maarna chaaha
tabhi aag maaya ki vaani
sun ke kans ghabraaya
nat-naagar ka khel na jaane
nat-naagar ka khel na jaane
duniya badi hai baawri
ja ja re chhaliya kanhaiya
ja ja re chhaliya

ik din toone maati khaai
leela nayi dikhaai
ho o
ik din toone maati khaayi
leela nayi dikhaai
mukh mein teenon lok dekh kar
chaunki yashoda maai
tera bachpan hai man bhaawan
tera bachpan hai man bhaawan
soorat hai teri saanwri
ja ja re chhaliya kanhaiya
ja ja re chhaliya

kaaliayadah ke naag se gopi gokul ke nar naari
naagnaath ne jal mein koode baalak krishn muraari
apne bhakton ki raksha mein
apne bhakton ki raksha mein
deri kabhi bhi na kari
ja ja re chhaliya kanhaiya
ja ja re chhaliya
atyaachaari kans ko jaakar mohan ne lalkaara
paap mita kar is dharti ka
prabhu ne bhaar utaara
ja ja re chhaliya


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After a long gap-a very long gap really-I am discussing a song from a Mythological film- Ayodhyapati-56.

This song is sung by Hemant Kumar- who had actually specialised in singing such songs in the decade of 1950s. This decade was a Golden period for Religious films, because as many as 124 Religious, Mythological and devotional films were released in the decade from 1950 to 1959. This worked out to an average of one such film released in every month for 120 months, that is 10 years, continuously. Some of the best Bhajans of Hemant Kumar are from this decade only.

Among Mythological stories, Ram katha has always been the most popular, having a slight edge over Lord Krishna’s stories. No wonder that so many films were made, from the silent era till the 1970s on this topic. After 1970s, the baton of religious films/ stories was passed on to Television and no mythological films, barring some exceptions, have been made during the last 30-40 years.

Film Ayodhyapati was slightly different from the normal movies of this genre, viz Ramkatha. The story content of this film was based on a little known but interesting chapter of Ramayana. It was related to an episode before Rama’s birth.

The central theme of the film ( and it occupied a major portion of the film ) was focused on King Dashratha and queen Kaikeyi.

The name Kaikeyi, when uttered, brings hatred, anger and disgust to one’s mind, as she is branded as a ” Villain ” in Ramayana. If one reads the original version of Ramayana, written by the sage Valmiki, one will find that the truth is entirely different. In film Ayodhyapati, the focus is on Kaikeyi- explaining how she got those two Boons, which changed the course of Ramayana, from king Dashrath.

When I went into details, I learnt so many new things. It seems, all was planned with a purpose. Lord Rama, being an incarnation of Bhagwan Vishnu, had a specific mission on this earth and Kaikeyi was made a vehicle to initiate this mission.

Rama accorded Kaikeyi full respect; he gave her his abode and released her from the cycle of births and deaths. Yet Rama’s devotees find it difficult to forgive her for banishing him to the forest. Tulasidas, however, says it was all a Cosmic Play to destroy the demons. But devotees argue that Rama could have gone to the forest anyway, to destroy the demons. Why drag Sita along? Yet a reading of Ramayana shows that all those who met Rama, Sita and Lakshmana were blessed and they attained life’s goal by seeing, meeting, serving, talking to Rama. Many lives were transformed by the vision of Rama with Sita and Lakshmana. Only one person was forever disgraced and disrespected, and that person was Kaikeyi.

No girl is named Kaikeyi lest she takes on her characteristics. This is the bhakti perspective as Kaikeyi is seen in negative light. A jnani would know that what Kaikeyi contributed to the Cosmic Drama. Hers was the greatest sacrifice as she embraced infamy forever. Rama acknowledges her sacrifice and gives her due respect when they all come to meet him in the forest and when he comes back to Ayodhya later.

Kaikeyi’s maid Manthara’s motives are clear as she wanted to serve the king’s mother. But Kaikeyi’s change of behaviour is strange. Kaikeyi was the daughter of King Ashwapati and the only sister of seven brothers. She was brave, daring, rode chariots, fought wars, was extremely beautiful, played instruments, sang and danced. King Dasaratha saw her on a hunting expedition in Kashmir and fell in love with her. Kaikeyi’s father extracted a promise that her son (his grandson) would ascend the throne. Dasaratha agreed as he had no son from any of his wives. But Kaikeyi did not bear a son and so Dasaratha married Sumitra.

It is only in old age that Dasaratha gets four sons due to a yagna ceremony and Rama is the beloved of all. Kaikeyi loves Rama more than her own son Bharata, so it was inconceivable that she would banish Rama to the forest for 14 years. Sages say all this was going according to a Cosmic Plan. Just as there are several grounds for God’s incarnation as Rama and the creation of Ravana, there are several reasons for Kaikeyi’s actions. Firstly, Dasaratha had promised the throne to Kaikeyi’s son and the promise had to be honoured as was the rule of the Raghu Dynasty- ‘Praan jaaye par vachan na jaaye’- ‘Our words must be honoured even at the cost of our life.’ Second, as a child, Rama told Kaikeyi that since he was the incarnation of Vishnu, he needed an excuse to destroy demons and save sages. He needed someone to banish Him for 14 years and chose Kaikeyi as she was the boldest of the queens. Thirdly, as a child, Kaikeyi had blackened the face of a sage in meditation and he cursed her that she too would get a similar black reputation.

Ramkatha exponent Morari Bapu, gives us a fourth reason. Kaikeyi’s guru Sage Ratna, an astrologer, predicted that she would marry the king of Ayodhya who would die due of grief for his sons. To save the Raghu Dynasty, Kaikeyi would have to ensure that for 14 years no one sat on the throne for that would lead to misfortune. Sage Ratna was father of Shravan Kumar’s grandparents. Shravan Kumar was later killed accidentally by King Dasaratha’s arrow. Shravan Kumar’s grandfather was Sage Dhoumya whose parents were Ratnavali and Sage Ratna. Sage Ratna was a royal priest of Nandigram ruled by King Ashwapati. Sage Ratna had warned her that life as a queen would be very testing and her husband would die of grief for his son. Guru Vasishtha knew of this and decided that grief for son could be death of a son so rather than one son and king dying it would be better that only the king dies. So grief of separation was introduced and Dasaratha was allowed to die. Vasishtha advised Kaikeyi to ask for her two boons — for Rama to be exiled for 14 years and throne for Bharata. He knew that Bharata would never sit on the throne as long as Rama was living. It was Vasishtha who advised Bharata to install Rama’s wooden slippers on the throne if Rama disagreed to return to Ayodhya. The whole drama was planned and the players merely acted.

Kaikeyi had been given two boons for her fighting skills. When Indra, king of gods, requested Dasaratha to fight demon Samhasura, Kaikeyi accompanied him. In the battle Dasaratha’s chariot wheel got loose and Kaikeyi put her little finger in the spoke. Soon she took the chariot to a safe place, changed the wheel, nursed the wounded king and again went in the battlefield and they won. Dasaratha promised her two boons which she laughed away. She had forgotten about these boons but not Vashishtha and Manthara. They advised her to use these boons, but the intentions were different.

Kaikeyi inherited obstinacy from her mother. Once when King Ashwapati and his queen were strolling he heard a pair of birds talking and laughed uncontrollably. Ashwapati, King of Kashmir, had the boon of understanding language of birds, insects and animals. The queen wanted to know what the bird had said but the king replied that according to the boon if he disclosed it he would die. The queen said she didn’t care whether he lived or died but he must tell her what the birds had said. The king banished her forever to her parental home. Kaikeyi was raised by maid Manthara who wanted Kaikeyi to enjoy the highest status.

Kaikeyi knew she would be abused, hated and disliked for all times to come but she agreed to be a part of God’s leela or play.(thanks to speaking tree.in for some information.)

Film Ayodhyapati-56 was produced by A.A.Nadiyadwala, under the banner of Pushpa Pictures. The film was directed by S. Fattelal. Sheikh Fattelal Yasin Mistri was born on 20-10-1897, at Kagal in Kolhapur state of Maharashtra. He was the son of a stone Mason.He took artistic education from Abalal Rehman in Kolhapur. At the age of 21 years, he co-founded Maharashtra Film Company in Kolhapur, with Baburao Painter. He worked as an alround technician, learning many aspects of film making, including cinematography to a perfection. He had a friend Vishnu Govind Damle here, who was with Fattelal till he died.

In 1929, Fattelal left Maharashtra Film Company, along with his friends, Damle, Shantaram, Dhaiber nd Sitaram Kulkarni, to establish Prabhat Film company. He was popularly known as ‘ Saheb Mama ‘. In Prabhat, Fattelal became head of the production department and built sets for all the major films of Prabhat. His sets were appreciated even in Hollywood in those days. He made a team with Damle and they first directed a silent film ” Maharathi Karna “. Their next venture was Talkie film ” Sant Tukaram”-36. This film won laurels all over India and also in the Venice film festival. He worked on film ” Gopal Krishna”-38, ” Sant Dyaneshwar”-40 and ” Sant Sakhu”-42. After Damle died in July 1945, Fattelal directed film ” Jagadguru Shankaracharys”-55 and his last film as a Director was ” Ayodhyapati”-56. Then he retired.
Fattelal died on 24-1-1964 at Bombay.

Fattelal had married actress Gulab bai alias Kamla Devi.She was an actress in Maharashtra film company and later on in Prabhat film company. Most of our readers must have seen the famous Logo of Prabhat Films. It shows a bent lady, blowing ” Tutari “. The lady was Gulab bai, on whom this logo was filmed…by Fattelal himself.

Film Ayodhyapati-56 had 11 songs. One song is already discussed here. Today’s song is the second song.Unfortunately, barring these two, no other song is presently available on You Tube or anywhere on Internet. There is a 3 part very melodious song in this film, which depicts the preparation for young Rama’s proposed coronation, which never took place then.

The cast of the film was Usha Kiran ( Kaikeyi), Abhi Bhattacharya (King Dashrath), Rajkumar-khatri ( Rama), Ratnamala (Seeta), Dar Kashmiri alias Jeevan (Narad) etc etc. We also find a name ‘ Baby Asha Parikh’- who was to debut as a Heroine within 3 years from then on. Today’s song by Hemant kumar is played in the background when lord Rama leaves Ayodhya for the banishment to Jungles for 14 years……..


Song-Chhod chaley aaj hamaare Raam Ayodhya chhod chaley (Ayodhyapati)(1956) Singer-Hemant Kumar, Lyrics-Saraswati Kumar Deepak, MD-Ravi

Lyrics

chhod chale ae ae
aaj hamaare raam ayodhya chhod chaley
chhod chale ae
aaj hamaare raam ayodhya chhod chaley
vanvaasi ban raj dulaare sabse naata tod chaley
mukh mod chaley ae
aaj hamaare raam ayodhya chhod chaley

chala raam ka sewak ban kar laxman jaisa bhai
chali jaanki ban kar apne preetam ki parchhaai
nar naari pashu panchhi sabka manyak(?) naata tod chaley
mukh mod chaley ae
aaj hamaare ram ayodhya chhod chaley

jaise bachhde chhin jaane par dekha karti gaiyya
jaise bachhde chhin jaane par dekha karti gaiyya
waise hi ro ro kar dekhen ram lakhan ko maiya
maaya mamta mahal moh in sabse naata tod chaley
mukh mod chaley ae
aaj hamare raam ayodhya chhod chaley

Laxman bina mahal hai soona
seeta bina rasoi
raam bina hai sooni ayodhya
saari parja royi
chhod ke kaliyon ki galiyaan kaanton se nata jod chaley
mukh mod chaley ae
aaj hamaare
raam ayodhya chhod chaley
aaj hamaare
raam ayodhya chhod chaley


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“Didi”(1948) was produced by Mukund Masurekar for Navbharat Pictures, Bombay. This “social” movie had Ranjana, Ghanshyam, Shobha Rani, Charubala, Pandey, Anand, amrit, Narsi, Cuckkoo etc in it.
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