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Blog Day :

5231 Post No. : 17225

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Blog 10-Year Challenge (2012-2022) – Song No. 128
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This date ten years back viz 13 November 2012 was the festival of Deepaawali. Six songs, all deepawali related, were covered on that day, culminating in the 7000th post of the blog that day.

Here are the details:-

Blog post number Song Movie (Year) Remarks
6995 Sajna o sajna jee ankhiyaan churaao na Daaku Bhupat(1960) 2 songs covered out of 7 by now
6996 Aayi deewaali deepon waali Maharana Pratap(1946) One song covered out of 10 by now
6997 Aayi deewaali deep jalaao Juthika Roy NFS(1950)
6998 Aayi hai deewaali suno jee gharwaali Aamdani Athanni Kharcha Rupaiyya(2001) One song covered out of 6 by now
6999 Mere tumhaare sabke liye happy deewaali Home Delivery(2005) One song covered out of 8 by now
7000 Falak se utre zameen pe taare Rafi NFS(1960)

Two non film songs and four film songs were covered on that date ten years ago. All the four movies whose songs were covered on that day are still unYIPPEED and so all of them are eligible for Blog Ten Year Challenge today on 13 november 2022.

“Maharana Pratap”(1946) was one of the movies.

“Maharana Pratap”(1946) was produced and directed by Jayant Desai for Jayant Desai productions, Bombay. The movie had Khursheed Bano, Ishwarlal, Mubarak, D.S.Salvi,Sati Devi, Kesar Bai, Noorjahan, Rewa Shankar,Bhgwandas, Kantilal, Gharpure,Inayat, Raja Joshi, Peer Jaan, S.Afzal, B.Mishra etc in it.

The movie had ten songs in it. One song has been covered and that song was covered ten years ago. After exactly ten years later, here is the second song from
“Maharana Pratap”(1946) to appear in the blog. The song is sung by Khursheed Bano. Swami Ramanand is the lyricist. Music is composed by Ram Ganguly.

Only audio of the song is available. It is clear that the song was picturised on Khursheed Bano herself.

Lyrics and other details were sent to me by Prakashchandra.


Song-Achcha nahin Bhagwaan gareebon ko sataana (Maharana Pratap)(1946) Singer-Khursheed Bano, Lyrics-Swami Ramanand, MD-Ram Ganguly

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

achcha nahin bhagwaan gareebon ko sataanaa
achcha nahin bhagwaan gareebon ko sataanaa
gareebon ko sataanaa aaa
ek phoonk se taqdeer ke maaron ko mitaanaa
jalton ko jalaanaa

aayee hoon tere dwaar pe
aayee hoon tere dwaar pe fariyaad liye aaj
aayee hoon tere dwaar pe fariyaad liye aaj
ik taaj mere sar ka hai
ik desh kaa hai taaj
ik taaj mere sar ka hai
ik desh kaa hai taaj
lutati huyee Mewaad ki
izzat ko bechaanaa
izzat ko bechaanaa
achcha nahin bhagwaan gareebon ko sataanaa
gareebon ko sataanaa aaa
ik phoonk se taqdeer ke maaron ko mitaanaa
jalton ko jalaanaa

ik Maa ke ye do laal hain
aankhon ke do taarey
ik Maa ke ye do laal hain
aankhon ke do taarey
ro ro ke meraa dil yehi din raat pukaare aey
ro roke mera dil yehi din raat pukaare aey
ujdee huyee raajaaon ki
duniyaa ko basaanaa
duniyaa ko basaanaa aa
achcha nahin bhagwaan gareebon ko sataanaa
gareebon ko sataanaa aaa
ik phoonk se taqdeer ke maaron ko mitaanaa
jalton ko jalaanaa

bigdi huyee jo baat hai
tum milke banaa lo o o o
ooo ooo ooo
milke banaa lo
aapas mein karo faislaa
gaairon pe na daalo
gaairon pe na daalo
mil jaayegaa gairon ko
hukumat ka bahaanaa
hukumat ka bahaanaa
hukumat ka bahaanaa
hukumat ka bahaaaanaa..aaa
achchaa nahin bhagwaan gareebon ko sataanaa
gareebon ko sataanaa aaa
ik phoonk se taqdeer ke maaron ko mitaanaa
jalton ko jalaanaa


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Blog Day :

4718 Post No. : 16426

Today’s song is from the ‘1946’ movie ‘Sohni Mahiwal’. Regulars on the blog must have noticed my liking for ‘Zohrabai Ambalewali’ songs as I have shared her songs on the blog from time to time as and when I get an opportunity.
Though today’s song was initially noted by me almost seven years back, I am presenting it now with some more details about the total songs in this movie.

‘Sohni Mahiwal-1946’ was directed by Ishwar Lal and Ravindra Jaikar for ‘Jayant Desai Productions, Bombay’.

It was based on the legend of Sohni Mahiwal. It had Ishwar Lal, Begam Para, Mubarak, Dixit, Rewashankar, Sayeed Ahmed, Gharpure, Bibibai, Shobha, Nafis Begam, Kesharbai and others.

This movie had as many as eleven songs. They were written by Swami Ramanand (nine songs) and Munshi Dil (two songs). Music for this movie was composed by Lal Mohammad.

Here is the list of songs in this movie: –

SNo Song Title Singer Lyricist Posted On
01 Mujhe loot liya re mujhe … bhole sanam ne Naseem Akhtar Swami Ramanand
02 Anaaron ke baagh mein chhup chhup ke aana …o pardesi bhool na jaanaa Zohrabai Ambalewali Swami Ramanand
03 Muhabbat ke bande, muhabbat karenge Not mentioned Swami Ramanand
04 Ab to aa jaa jaani yaar tera intezaar hai Zohrabai Ambalewali Swami Ramanand
05 Koyi aankhon mein aa ke samaa gaya Zohrabai Ambalewali Swami Ramanand
06 Nahin chiraag e mohabbat jalaaye jaate hain Zohrabai Ambalewali Munshi Dil
07 Teri Sohni pukaar kare, Mahiwal dekh Zohrabai Ambalewali Swami Ramanand
08 Chali pyaar sakhi sasuraal dil kyun doley naa Zoharabai, G.M. Durrani Swami Ramanand
09 Chenab ke behte huye paani … Zoharabai, G.M. Durrani Swami Ramanand 18.09.2014
10 Dekh kar surat tumhaari dil gaya Rewashankar,chorus Swami Ramanand
11 O tujhpe salaam aye mere naakaam e muhabbat Zoharabai, G.M. Durrani Munshi Dil 13.09.2014

We can see from the above table that only two songs of this movie have been posted on the blog in September’2014. So, almost seven years have been passed without a song of this movie getting posted on the blog.

Today we will listen to the third song from this movie. IT is sung by Zohrabai Ambalewali. Lyrics are by Swami Ramanand and music is composed by Lal Muhammad.

Let us now enjoy this lovely song …( only the audio of this song is available).

Audio

Song-Anaaron ke baagh mein chhup chhup ke aana (Sohni Mahiwal)(1946) Singer-Zohrabai Ambalewaali, Lyrics-Swami Ramanand, MD-Lal Muhammad
Chorus
Zohrabai Ambalewaali+ Chorus

Lyrics

Anaaron ke baagh mein ae
Anaaron ke baagh mein ae
Chhup chhup ke aanaa
Chhup chhup ke aanaa
O pardesi ee

O pardesi ee
Bhool na jaana
Anaaron ke baagh mein

Mere gulshan ke baanke anaar hain
Mere gulshan ke baanke anaar hain
Daali daali
Daali daali pe phoolon ke haar hain

Daali daali
Daali daali pe phoolon ke haar hain

Chheda koyal ne dilkash taraana
Chheda koyal ne dilkash taraana
O pardesi ee
O pardesi ee
Bhool na jaana
Anaaron ke baagh mein ae

O o o o
O o o o
o o
Bholi bholi si meri jawaani
Bholi bholi si meri jawaani
Mere panghat ka meethha hai paani
Mere panghat ka meethha hai paani
Mast aankhon se peena pilaana
Mast aankhon se peena pilaana
O pardesi ee

O pardesi ee
Bhool na jaana
Anaaron ke baagh mein

Mere seene ki dhadkan pukaare
Mere seene ki dhadkan pukaare
Aao aao
Aao aao ji dilbar pyaare
Aao aao
Aao aao ji dilbar pyaare
Mil ke gaayen mohabbat ka gaana
Mil ke gaayen mohabbat ka gaana
O pardesi

O pardesi ee
Bhool na jaana
Anaaron ke baagh mein


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Blog Day : 4252 Post No. : 15472

“Bhanwra”(1944) was a comedy movie that was well received during its time.

Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh, our in-house encyclopaedia on HFM related information has this to say about this movie:-

Bhanwara-44 was a story of two friends- Pancham (Saigal) and Rikhab (Arunkumar Ahuja), who come to Bombay in search of employment. The chawl where they stay,in single room tenements, has a pair of sisters, Indu(Monica) and Bindu(Kamla Chaterji). Indu happens to work as a teacher in the same place where Pancham is working as a Music and singing teacher. They fall in love. His friend Rikhab loves Bindu but is too shy to express his love. In this, he is assisted by his neighbour friend Pehelwan (Lala Yaqub). With his help, Rikhab develops a great body and finally wooes his ladylove. At the end, both the couples unite happily. The film was full of comic sequences, particularly with Arun Ahuja and Bindu. All in all, it was a hilarious movie.

Here is a rare song from “Bhanwra”(1944). The song is sung by Amir bai Karnataki. Swami Ramanand is the lyricist. Music is composed by Khemchand Prakash.

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


Song-Duniya ki aankhon se sharmaane waale (Bhanwra)(1944) Singer-Amirbai Karnataki, Lyrics-Swami Ramanand, MD-Khemchand Prakash

Lyrics

Duniya ki aankhon se sharmaane waale
chhaaon ki badli mein chhup chhup ke aa
chhup chhup ke aa
chhaaon ki badli mein chhup chhup ke aa
chhup chhup ke aa
sooni hai tujh bin man ki nagariya
sooni hai tujh bin man ki nagariya
aa ke ise tu basa aa aa
aa ke ise tu basa
aa ke ise tu basa aa aa
aa ke ise tu basa
Duniya ki aankhon se sharmaane waale
chhaaon ki badli mein chhup chhup ke aa
chhup chhup ke aa

badli ke aanchal mein jaise hon taare
badli ke aanchal mein jaise hon taare
taare
palkon mein aise jo rehna ho pyaare
palkon mein aise jo rehna ho pyaare
aankhon mein loongi chhupaaye
aankhon mein loongi chhupaaye
aankhon mein loongi chhupaaye
aankhon mein loongi chhupaaye
Duniya ki aankhon se sharmaane waale
chhaaon ki badli mein chhup chhup ke aa
chhup chhup ke aa

do pal ke din hain
rut hai suhaani
do pal ke din hain
rut hai suhaani suhaani
yaad se aaye hain aankhon mein paani
yaad se aaye hain aankhon mein paani
itna na hamko rula aa
itna na hamko rula
itna na hamko rula aa
itna na hamko rula
itna na hamko rula
itna na hamko rula


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Blog Day : 3764 Post No. : 14737

Today (7 november 2018) is Deewaali, the festival of lights. It is the biggest festival in India, and it has kept on becoming bigger and bigger with time.

For the blog, it happens to be our eleventh Deewaali. Unblievable but true that this blog has lasted this long and has in fact gone on to evolve and progress as well.

We have discussed all the well known Deewaali festival songs during the previous ten occasions. The aricles accompanying these songs may have covered the festival from several angles. Some articles have dscussed the history of the festival, while others may have touched its financial worth.

In my discussion the last year, I had opined that our worship of Goddess Laxmi can succeed only if we have worshipped Goddess Saraswarti and Lord Viswwakarma, whose festivals come earlier in the year. By worship, I meant not the symbolic worship but following the spirit behind the worship.

For instance, worshipping Goddess Saraswati means acquiring quality education and skills, and business knowhow, while worshipping Lord Vishwakarma means putting all that acquired education, skill and knowedge to use into providing quality goods and services that can be traded. These commercial activities bring you money, viz Laxmi, and that too without necessarily worshippng her symbolically during Deewaali festival. Look at the prosperous nations of the West and far east. They worship Goddess Saraswati the right way (stressing on high quality education) and worship Lord Vishwakarma (creating vast industrial infrastructure). Little wonder then that they are blessed by Goddess Laxmi throughout the year, and not just on the occasion of Deewaali.

A good number of Indians on the other hand are scarcely blessed by Goddess Laxmi, and I have already given the reasons above. Most Indians do not invest on acquiring useful skills because that is hard work. Indians somehow try to avoid working hard and hope to move ahead through short cut methods. When it comes to dealing with other humans, these short cut methods are bribes, sycophancy, sifaarish and other forms of corruption, which may bring “results” for the individuals but in the long run it proves counterproductive for society and the nation as a whole. No country in the world has ever progressed to become a prosperous nation by adopting short cup methods. I have been doing a lot of studies off late on the topic of economy where I have looked at the nations that were poor like India in the past but have now become prosperous. They have done so by adopting the right policies, which involved quality education, healthcare etc, adopting business friendly policies and enforcement of discipline and rule of law.

India is on the right track I feel, but the number of people blessed by Goddess Laxmi in India can increase only if we sincerely and seriously worship Goddess Laxmi and Lord Vishwakarma as the advanced Western and Far Eastern countries do. India does not have much time left to squander. India has another one decade or so to get its act together. If Indians can ensure quality education and have skilled employable manpawer and the right infrastructure and policies during the next one decade then Goddess Laxmi will begin to favour Indians like she favours the West and Far East nations. The vast manpower (then the biggest in the world, overtaking China), if educated and trained properly would be an asset for the nation. India cannot afford to fail here because failure means this vast population, if not employable, would then become a burden on the nation.

How to harness manpower for national development is a vast subject and I will cover it in some future date. Right now, people are in festival mood and most of them have more immediate pressing issues to worry about rather than long term issues like progress of the nation.:)

One important immediate issue that people worry about on the eve of Deewaali is- will I get leave to go home. 🙂 If somehow he/she manages to get leave, then the next worry is- trains are going crowded, how will I be able to reach home for festival. Indians, as is their wont, cannot help but look for short cuts here too. Ticket is wait listed. No problem. I will do something. So, a few days ago, I find an unsolicited whatsapp good morning message on my official mobile number. A few hours later, the person comes to the point. My son is employed in Mumbai. He has to come home to me for deewaali. He is wait listed. Here are the details. My take- I do not even know, who is this person, moreover, I am not based at Mumbai.Train is from A to B. I am based at C. This stranger wants me to go out of my way and help him. I am a soft hearted man by default, so I decide to help. I give the details to a staff of mine to be sent to concerned person in Mumbai, while telling him that I do not know who this person is. My staff is of the view that this person, going by his location must have obtained this number from the kid of my predecessor, who stays in this location B. OK, let us help him even if he is a stranger to me. So the requisition for emergency quota goes to Mumbai. On the date of journey, Mumbai office honours the request and allots a berth against emergency quota to the person. So this person is able to go to his parents during festival. Happy ending. Claps.

What about me and my family ? No such luck. I am based in eastern UP. My wife is a state government employee in MP. MP is going to assembly polls later in the month. Model code of conduct is in force in MP. So state government employees will not be given leave from now till the elections are over. So, unlike previous years, my wife and daughter will not join me for Deewaali at my place. First time ever for me to be away from my family during Deewaali. It happens. Elections are important. Country’s fate hinges on them. My wife often nags me to try and get myself posted in MP. Easier said than done, I tell myself sotto voce. Moreover, I feel that I am making a real contribution in the development of this place. It may look idealistic, but I feel that the nation will develop only if the backward areas of the nation, viz UP and Bihar develop. It is the duty of all people, including those from outside UP and Bihar, to help in the cause. I sincerely and seriously believe that I am adding my mite in this important work of nation building. I keep all these idealistic thoughts to myself of course. I do not think my wife will understand these sentiments. 🙂

Since all low hanging fruits, viz popular Deewaali songs, have already been plucked on past occasions, we are left with Deewaali songs that are obscure ones.

Here is an extremely obscure Deewaali song. It became available on YT when our own My Saradand Kamath uploaded it sometime back. The song is from “Badi Baat” (1944).

“Badi Baat” (1944) was produced and directed by Mazhar Khan for Mazhar Arts, Bombay. The movie had Swarnlata, Ulhas, Yakub, Mazhar Khan, Moti, Gulab, Khaleel, Madhusudan, Lalita, Mishra, Saguna, Ram Marathe, Baby Roshan, Chandra etc in it.

There were nine songs in this movie. Two songs from the movie has been discussed in the past.

Only The name of Kusum Mantri is mentioned in HFGK though the song seems to have at least another female voice, plus chorus. Swami Ramanand is the lyricist. Music is composed by Feroz Nizami.

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

I may have been unable to get a few words right in the lyrics. I request our readers with keener ears to help fill in the blanks/ suggest corrections as applicable.

I take this opportunity wish everyone a very happy, prosperous and safe deewaali.


Song-Phir aayi hai deewaali (Badi Baat)(1944) Singer-Kusum Mantri, Lyrics-Swami Ramanand, MD-Feroz Nizami

Lyrics

Phir aayi
Phir aayi
Phir aayi hai deewaali
deewaali
deewaali
deewaali
deewaali
Phir aayi hai deewaali
khushi se naach rahe hain naina
deep jale har oar
khushi se naach rahe hain naina
deep jale har oar
kaisi sundar rain hai pyaari
kaisi sundar rain hai pyaari
ho na iski bhor
kabhi bhi
ho na iski bhor

laut ke waapas na jaayen
ye ?? bulaane waali
ye ?? bulaane waali
ye ?? bulaane waali
Phir aayi hai deewaali
deewaali
deewaali
deewaali
deewaali
phir aayi hai deewaali

dil ke sainyyaan ghar mein naahin
dil ka manwa dole
dil ke sainyyaan ghar mein naahin
dil ka manwa dole
jaise khewaiyya ke bin naiyya
jaise khewaiyya ke bin naiyya
khaati hai hichkole
jaise khewaiyya ke bin naiyya
jaise khewaiyya ke bin naiyya
khaati hai hichkole

jin ke sainyyan ghar mein hain
wo chaal chale matwaali
jin ke sainyyan ghar mein hain
wo chaal chale matwaali
wo chaal chale matwaali
wo chaal chale matwaali
phir aayi hai deewaali
deewaali
deewaali
deewaali
deewaali
phir aayi hai deewaali
khushi se naach rahe hain naina
deep jale har oar
jaise sundar rain hai pyaari
ho na iski bhor kabhi bhi
ho na iski bhor

laut ke waapas na jaaye ye
raat(?) bulaane waali
ye raat(?) bulaane waali
ye raat(?) bulaane waali
phir aayi hai deewaali
deewaali
deewaali
phir aayi hai deewaali


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Blog Day : 3682 Post No. : 14579

“Caravan”(1944) was directed by Aspi for Ranjit Movietone, Bombay. This movie had it had Arun, Kamla Chatterji, Rani, Premlata, Keshari etc in it.

“Caravan”(1944) had fifteen songs in it. Six songs from the movie have been discussed in the past.

Here is the seventh song from “Caravan”(1944) to appear in the blog. This song is sung by Amirbai Karnataki. Swami Ramanand is the lyricist. Music is composed by Bulo C Rani.

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

with this song, the blog now has 200 songs from movies released in 1944. The blog now has 200 or more songs for every year between 1943 till 1975.


Song-Bijli giraane waale bijli tu phir gira de (Caravan)(1944) Singer-Amirbai Karnataki, Lyrics-Swami Ramanand, MD-Bulo C Rani

Lyrics

Bijli giraane
waale
bijli tu phir gira de
dil jal gaya hai
mera
ab jaan bhi
jala de

Bijli giraane waale
bijli giraane waale
bijli tu phir gira de
bijli tu phir gira de
dil jal gaya hai mera
ab jaan bhi jala de
dil jal gaya hai mera
ab jaan bhi jala de

jalne ki aarzoo mein
armaan jal rahe hain aen
jalne ki aarzoo mein
armaan jal rahe hain
inko jala ke inke
inko jala ke inke
dil ki lagi bujha de
dil ki lagi bujha de
dil jal gaya hai mera
ab jaan bhi jala de
dil jal gaya hai mera
ab jaan bhi jala de

maani hai maine teri
meri bhi maan le tu u
maani hai maine teri
meri bhi maan le tu
uthhi main tere dar se
duniya se tu uthhaa le ae


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Today’s song is from film ‘Chaand Taara’ (1945). This song is sung by Noor Mohammed ‘Charlie ‘ and chorus. Today (30th June) is the anniversary of Charlie’s passing away in 1983. This song is in his memory. This song also happen to be a parody song. No, no, I am not doing a series on parody songs. It is just a coincidence that I got hold of a second rare song which is also a parody song.
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“Caravan”(1944) was directed by Aspi for Ranjit Movietone, Bombay. This movie had had Arun, Kamla Chatterji, Rani, Premlata, Keshari etc in it.
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“Badi Baat”(1944), by now an obscure movie, was produced and directed by Mazhar Khan for Mazhar Arts, Bombay. The movie had Swarnlata, Ulhas, Yakub, Mazhar Khan, Moti, Gulab, Khaleel, Madhusudan, Lalita, Mishra, Saguna, Ram Marathe, Baby Roshan, Chandra etc in it.
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Forgotten Melodies of the 1940s – 18
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CHAAND TAARA (1945) was produced under the banner of Asiatic Pictures and was directed by Mahesh Chandra. The star cast included Charlie and Swarnlata in lead roles with Jagdish Sethi, Indira, Kesari, Pandey, Ghulam Rasool, Ghory and Pesi Patel in the subsidiary roles. There were 10 songs in the film, all penned by Swami Ramanand Saraswati which were set to music by Gyan Dutt.
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“Chaand Taara”(1945) was directed by Mahesh Chandra for Asiatic Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Swarnlata, Jagdish Sethi, Charlie, Indira, Pesi Patel, Ghori, Kesri etc in it.
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