THE BEST RAAGA BASED SONGS IN HINDI MOVIES – RAAGA BHAIRAVI – PART III

Third part after ‘The Best Raaga Based Songs In Hindi Movies – Raaga Bhairavi – Part I’ that I gave you last month and ‘The Best Raaga Based Songs In Hindi Movies – Raaga Bhairavi – Part II’ that I gave you yesterday. As I mentioned, I am certainly running behind time since on my Facebook page Lyrical, I am already on the eighth Raaga: Raag Kirwani.

I run a Facebook page called Lyrical wherein I often give theme based songs. The current theme, since 12th Aug 15, is The Best Raaga Based Songs In Hindi Movies.

The word Raga or Raaga actually means colour or hue but is associated with melody in Indian classical music. A raga uses a series of four or more musical notes upon which a melody is constructed. However, the way the notes are approached and rendered in musical phrases and the mood they convey are more important in defining a raaga than the notes themselves. In the Indian musical tradition, rāgas are associated with different times of the day, or with seasons. Indian classical music is always set in a rāga. Non-classical music such as popular Indian film songs and ghazals sometimes use rāgas in their compositions.

I am going to take Raagas at random and associate them with time of the day and with Hindi songs.

We start with Raag Bhairavi. It is a Hindustani music raaga of Bhairavi Thaat. A thaat is a mode in northern Indian or Hindustani music. Thaats always have seven different pitches (called swara) and are a basis for the organization and classification of raagas in North Indian classical music.

Ragmala Painting of Rag Bhairavi (circa A.D. 1725) (Pic courtesy: chandrakantha.com)
Ragmala Painting of Rag Bhairavi (circa A.D. 1725) (Pic courtesy: chandrakantha.com)

In Part – I and Part – II of this blog, we took up twenty – four music directors whose songs composed in Raag Bhairavi we have listened to so far under these series:

1. Shankar Jaikishen
2. Naushad Ali
3. SD Burman
4. OP Nayyar
5. Roshan
6. RD Burman
7. Ravi
8. Kalyanji Anandji
9. Vasant Desai
10. Anil Biswas
11. RC Boral and
12. Pankaj Mullick.
13. Chitragupta
14. Jaidev
15. Hemant Kumar.
16. Khaiyyam
17. Madan Mohan
18. C Ramchandra
19. Ashok Patki and Louis Banks
20. AR Rehman
21. N Dutta
22. Salil Choudhary
23. Laxmikant Pyarelal
24. SN Tripathi

Lets now start with the third and final part. Actually there are hundreds of songs composed in this most popular Raaga. However, since I have decided to give you only the best, I have restricted the number to three dozens only.

Song #25 Saanvre saanvre….

Eight days, 24 songs, and all 24 songs from different music directors. And yet, we haven’t exhausted all the music directors.

Now, I bring you a song composed by Pandit Ravi Shankar for the 1960 movie Anuradha starring Leela Naidu in the title role, together with Balraj Sahni.

Shailendra penned the lyrics and Lata Mangeshkar lent her voice to it. This is the first time in the movie that Anuradha Rai sings on the radio together with the credits.

Please enjoy in Raag Bhairavi: Saanvre saanvre….

saa.Nvare, saa.Nvare, jaao, saa.Nvare, saa.Nvare
kaahe mose karo jora jorii, bai.nyaa.N naa maro.Do morii
duu.Ngii duu.Ngii gaarii haTo jaao jii, saa.Nvare …

sa.ng na sahelii, pa_ike akeli
ab na jaa he more shaam
roko na Dagar morii, aa~ saa.Nvare …

gopii gvaale dekhanevaale
bina vichaare kahe.nge saare
paka.Dii raadhaa kii chorii, aa~ saa.Nvare …

muralii bajaao, ga_iyaa.N charaao
hamarii gvail chho.Do he chhail
milo jab aave horii, aa~ saa.Nvare …

Song #26 Kisi nazar ko tera intezzaar aaj bhi hai…

Okay, then, the last of the music directors composing in Raag Bhairavi and this time it is Bappi Lahiri. What taste does Lyrical have to be choosing Bappi Lahiri, you are bound to ask! However, wait a minute; this one is good, really good.

It is from the 1985 movie Aitbaar starring Dimple Kapadia, Raj Babbar and Suresh Oberoi. It is a ghazal by Hasan Kamaal sung as duet between Bhupinder and Asha Bhosle singing for Suresh Oberoi and Dimple as former lovers even when her husband Raj Babbar looks on through the window.

Please enjoy: Kisi nazar ko tera intezzaar aaj bhi hai…

Bhupinder:
kisii nazar ko teraa i.ntazaar aaj bhii hai
kahaa.N ho tum ki ye dil beqaraar aaj bhi hai

Bhupinder:
vo vaadiyaa.N vo fazaaye.n ki ham mile the jahaa.N
merii vafaa kaa vahii.n par mazaar aaj bhii hai

Bhupinder:
na jaane dekh ke kyo.n un ko ye huaa ehasaas
ki mere dil pe u.nhe.n iKhtiyaar aaj bhii hai

Asha:
vo pyaar jis ke liye hamane chho.D dii duniyaa
vafaa kii raah pe ghaayal vo pyaar aaj bhii hai

Bhupinder:
yakii.n nahii.n hai magar aaj bhii ye lagataa hai
merii talaash me.n shaayad bahaar aaj bhii hai

Asha:
na puuchh kitane mohabbat ke zaKhm khaaye hai.n
ki jin ko soch ke dil soGavaar aaj bhii hai

Song #27 Teri nigaahon pe mar mar gaye ham…

As soon as you start playing this song, you will say that it is nice to be following Lyrical because some songs are just there in the layers of your mind and in Lyrical I bring them up and make you feel great for having remembered these all these years.

This is one of those songs. Our 26th music director composing in Raag Bhairavi: Usha Khanna. The name of this 1964 movie is Shabnam. Lyricist is Javed Anwar, singer is Mukesh and the song is picturised on Mehmood and Vijaylaxmi.

Please enjoy in Raag Bhairavi: Teri nigaahon pe mar mar gaye ham….

terii nigaaho.n pe mar-mar ga_e ham
baa.Nkii adaa_o.n pe mar-mar ga_e ham
(kyaa kare.n ) -3
terii nigaaho.n pe …

zulfo.n me.n leke saarii raat chale
saaraa zamaanaa li_e saath chale
aise me.n jiine kaa mazaa hai sanam
aa.Nkho.n se terii-merii baat chale
bevafaa ek nigaah dekh le dekh bhii le
terii nigaaho.n pe …

terii adaa kaa to javaab nahii.n
merii vafaa kaa bhii hisaab nahii.n
suurat tumhaarii ba.Dii Kuub sahii
dil to hamaaraa bhii Karaab nahii.n
bevafaa ek nigaah dekh le dekh bhii le
terii nigaaho.n pe …

Song #28 Tera jaana dil ke armaano ka lut jaana…..

Now that I have given you 27 different songs by 27 different composers, I am going to reserve the last ten songs for their popularity, uniqueness and remarkable music or lyrics or singing quality.

The first one is from Raj Kapoor’s 1959 movie Anaadi starring Nutan opposite him. As is always the case in Raj Kapoor’s movies until Jaikishan died, lyrics are by Shailendra and the music is by Shankar Jaikishan. Lata Mangeshkar sang for Nutan. It starts with her playing on the piano and his leaving her house after she has been forced by her foster father to say no to him.

Please enjoy in Raag Bhairavi one of my favourite S-J numbers: Tera jaana, dil ke armaano ka lut jaana….

( tera jaanaa
dil ke aramaano.n kaa luT jaanaa ) -2
ko_ii dekhe -2
ban ke taqadiiro.n kaa miT jaanaa
teraa jaana

teraa Gam terii Kushii
meraa Gam merii Kushii
tujhase hii thii zindagii
ha.Ns kar hamane thaa kahaa
jiiwan bhar kaa saath hai
ye kal hii kii baat hai
aa

teraa jaanaa
dil ke aramaano.n kaa luT jaanaa
ko_ii dekhe -2
ban ke taqadiiro.n kaa miT jaanaa
teraa jaana

jab-jab chandaa aayegaa
terii yaad dilaayegaa
saarii raat jagaayegaa
mai.n ro kar rah jaa_uu.Ngii
dil jab zid par aayegaa
dil ko kaun manaayegaa
aa
teraa jaanaa
dil ke aramaano.n kaa luT jaanaa
ko_ii dekhe -2
ban ke taqadiiro.n kaa miT jaanaa
teraa jaana

Song #29 Barsaat mein humse mile tum sajan….

In the last nine days we regaled ourselves with best of the songs composed in Raag Bhairavi by 27 different music directors ranging from Shankar Jaikishen to Bappi Lahiri. You would agree with me that it has been quite a feast.

It is not intended by me to give similar durations to all the other Raagas. Raag Bhairavi was important to us since it is the most widely used Raaga in songs composed in Hindi movies on Raagas.

I am going to take the last three days in giving you nine more songs composed in this Raaga since I feel that these need to be included in the Best.

The first one depicts, once again, Shankar Jaikishen‘s mastery over this Raaga which was so favourite with them that firstly, they composed the title song of their first movie in this Raaga and secondly, when a daughter was born to Jaikishen, he named her Bhairavi!

Please enjoy this super-hit song composed in Raag Bhairavi by Shankar Jaikishen in their debut movie, the 1949 movie Barsaat, on the lyrics of Shailendra and sung by Lata Mangeshkar, the first movie in which her name appeared in the credits: Barsaat mein hum se mile tum sajan, tum se mile hum barsaat mein….

ko : tak dhinaa dhin
dhinaa dhin
tak dhinaa dhin
barasaat me.n
ko : tak dhinaa dhin
barasaat me.n hamase mile tum sajan tumase mile ham
barasaat me.n
ko : tak dhinaa dhin
barasaat me.n hamase mile tum sajan tumase mile ham
barasaat me.n
ko : tak dhinaa dhin

priit ne si.ngaar kiyaa
mai.n banii dulhan -2
sapano.n kii rimajhim me.n
naach uThaa man
meraa naach uThaa man
aaj mai.n tumhaarii hu_ii tum mere sanam
tum mere sanam
barasaat me.n
ko : tak dhinaa dhin
barasaat me.n hamase mile tum sajan tumase mile ham
barasaat me.n
ko : tak dhinaa dhin

naino.n se jhaa.nkii jo
merii mast jawaanii
duniyaa se kahatii phire
dil kii kahaanii
mere dil kii kahaanii
unakii jo huu.N mai.n
unase kaisii sharam

ye samaa.N hai jaa rahe ho
kaise manaa_uu.N -2
mai.n tumhaarii raah me.n ye
nain bichhaa_uu.N -2
tum naa jaa_o tumako merii
jaan kii qasam -2

der naa karanaa kahii.n ye
aas chhuuT jaaye
saa.Ns TuuT jaaye
tum naa aa_o dil kii lagii
mujhako hii jalaaye
Kaaq me.n milaaye
aaG kii lapaTo.n me.n pukaare ye meraa man
mil naa sake haay mil naa sake ham -2

Song #30 Ramaiyya vastavaiyya….

Again on Shankar Jaikishen, with their favourite Raag. If I don’t put it in the best, I would be doing great injustice.

Ram or Ramaiyya, I knew you’d come; that’s what Ramaiyya Vastavaiyya is translated into in this outstanding song from Raj Kapoor’s 1955 movie Shree 420, in which his characterisation has drawn heavily from Charlie Chaplin’s Tramp.

A stage comes in the life of Ranbir Raj (Raj Kapoor) when he has to choose the life of Vidya (Nargis) or the life of Maya (Nadira) and with this song he chooses the former.

Please enjoy Mohammad Rafi, Lata Mangeshkar and Mukesh sing in Raag Bhairavi on the lyrics of Shailendra: Ramaiyya vastavaiyya….

ramayyaa vastaavayyaa, ramayyaa vastaavayyaa – 2
maine dil tujhako diyaa – 2
haa.N ramayyaa vastaavayyaa, ramayyaa vastaavayyaa

naino.n me.n thii pyaar kii roshanii
terii aa.Nkho.n me.n ye duniyaadaarii na thii
tuu aur thaa teraa dil aur thaa
tere man me.n ye miiThii kaTaarii na thii
mai.n jo dukh paauu.N to kyaa, aaj pachhataauu.N to kyaa
maine dil tujhako diyaa – 2
haa.N ramayyaa vastaavayyaa, ramayyaa vastaavayyaa …

us desh me.n tere parades me.n
sone chaa.ndii ke badale me.n bikate hai.n dil
is gaa.Nv me.n dard kii chhaa.nv me.n
pyaar ke naam par hii ta.Dapate hai.n dil
chaa.Nd taaro.n ke tale, raat ye gaatii chale
maine dil tujhako diyaa – 2
haa.N ramayyaa vastaavayyaa, ramayyaa vastaavayyaa …

aa …
yaad aatii rahii dil dukhaatii rahii
apane man ko manaanaa na aayaa hame.n
tuu na aae to kyaa bhuul jaae to kyaa
pyaar karake bhulaanaa na aayaa hame.n
vahii.n se duur se hii, tuu bhii ye kah de kabhii
maine dil tujhako diyaa – 2
haa.N ramayyaa vastaavayyaa, ramayyaa vastaavayyaa …

rastaa vahii aur musaafir vahii
ek taaraa na jaane kahaa.N chhup gayaa
duniyaa vahii duniyaavaale vahii
koii kyaa jaane kisakaa jahaa.N luT gayaa
merii aa.Nkho.n me.n rahe, kaun jo tujhase kahe
maine dil tujhako diyaa – 2
haa.N ramayyaa vastaavayyaa, ramayyaa vastaavayyaa …

Song #31 Sab kuchh seekha hamane naa seekhi hoshiyari….

Finally, another gem in Raag Bhairavi by Shankar Jaikishen: my Facebook profile song from Raj Kapoor’s 1959 movie Anaadi that he did with Nutan.

Once again Mukesh has lent his voice to Raj Kapoor on the lyrics of Shailendra and music of Shankar Jaikishen.

Please enjoy in Raag Bhairavi: Sab kuchh seekha hamane naa seekhi hoshiyari….

sab kuchh siikhaa hamane naa siikhii hoshiyaarii
sach hai duniyaavaalo.n ki ham hai.n anaa.Dii

duniyaa ne kitanaa samajhaayaa
kaun hai apanaa kaun paraayaa
phir bhii dil kii choT chhupaa kar
hamane aapakaa dil bahalaayaa
khud pe mar miTane kii ye zid thii hamaarii (2)
sach hai duniyaavaalo.n ki ham hai.n anaa.Dii

asalii nakalii chehare dekhe
dil pe sau sau pahare dekhe
mere dukhate dil se puuchho
kyaa kyaa khvaab sunahare dekhe
TuuTaa jis taare pe nazar thii hamaarii (2)
sach hai duniyaavaalo.n ki ham hai.n anaa.Dii

dil kaa chaman uja.Date dekhaa
pyaara kaa ra.nga utarate dekhaa
hamane har jiine vaale ko
dhan daulat pe marate dekhaa
dil pe marane vaale mare.nge bhikhaarii (2)
sach hai duniyaavaalo.n ki ham hai.n anaa.Dii

Song #32 Tumhi ho mata pita tumhi ho…

I just noticed that I didn’t give you a single bahajan composed in Raag Bhairavi. Well, here too, I am going to give you my most favourite, composed by Chitragupta for the 1962 movie Main Chup Rahungi. Lata Mangeshkar has sung this. The lyrics have been penned by Rajinder Krishan.

Please enjoy in Raag Bhairavi: Tumhi ho mata pita tumhin ho…

tumhi ho mata pita tumhi ho
tumhi ho bandhu sakha tumhi ho
tumhi ho mata pita tumhi ho
tumhi ho bandhu sakha tumhi ho

tumhi ho saathi tumhi sahare
koi na apna siwa tumhaare
tumhi ho saathi tumhi sahare
koi na apna siwa tumhaare
tumhi ho naiyya tumhi khewayya
tumhi ho bandhu sakha tumhi ho
tumhi ho mata pita tumhi ho
tumhi ho bandhu sakha tumhi ho

jo khil sake na wo phool ham hain
tumhaare charno ki dhool ham hain
jo khil sake na wo phool ham hain
tumhaare charno ki dhool ham hain
daya ki drishti sada hi rakhna
tumhi ho bandhu sakha tumhi ho
tumhi ho mata pita tumhi ho
tumhi ho bandhu sakha tumhi ho

Song #33 Jyot se jyot jalaate jalo…

Another favourite Bhajan of mine has also been composed in this Raag and this time by Laxmikant Pyarelal. I have taken it from the 1964 movie Sant Gyaneshwar. It has Bharat Vyas‘s lyrics and has been sung by Lata Mangeshkar and Mukesh.

Please enjoy in Raag Bhairavi: Jyot se jyot jagaate chalo….

jyot se jyot jagaate chalo, prem kii ga.ngaa bahaate chalo
raah me.n aae jo diin dukhii, sabako gale se lagaate chalo

jisakaa na koii sa.ngii saathii iish{}var hai rakhavaalaa
jo nirdhan hai jo nirbal hai vah hai prabhuu kaa pyaaraa
pyaar ke motii luTaate chalo, prem kii ga.ngaa…

aashaa TuuTii mamataa ruuThii chhuuT gayaa hai kinaaraa
ba.nd karo mat dvaar dayaa kaa de do kuchh to sahaaraa
diip dayaa kaa jalaate chalo, prem kii ga.ngaa…

chhaaI hai chhaao.n aur a.ndheraa bhaTak ga_ii hai.n dishaae.n
maanav ban baiThaa hai daanav kisako vyathaa sunaae.n
dharatii ko svarg banaate chalo, prem kii ga.ngaa…

Mukesh version

jyot se jyot jagaate chalo prem kii ga.ngaa bahaate chalo
raah me.n aa_e jo diin dukhii sab ko gale se lagaate chalo
prema kii ga.ngaa bahaate chalo …

kaun hai uu.Nchaa kaun hai niichaa sab me.n vo hii samaayaa
bhed bhaav ke jhuuThe bharam me.n ye maanav bharamaayaa
dharm dhvajaa phaharaate chalo, prem kii ga.ngaa …

saare jag ke kaN kaN me.n hai divya amar ik aatmaa
ek brahm hai ek satya hai ek hii hai paramaatmaa
praaNo.n se praaN milaate chalo, prem kii ga.ngaa …

Song #34 Jaise Radha ne mala japi Shyam ki…

This is not a bhajan but is a favourite of mine from the 1971 movie Tere Mere Sapne.

This piece of melodious music is composed based on Raag Bhairavi (Tal Hinch), by S D Burman, its poetic lyrics created by Gopal Das Neeraj and it is sung by Lata Mangeshkar. Together, they create a magic that makes you belong to a different world. It is Raag Bhairavi at its innovative and artistic best. It is also a number that depicts the transforming nature of Bollywood music in early seventies, a trend that was carried further by R D Burman and subsequently, many other masters.

Please enjoy in Raag Bhairavi: Jaise Radha ne mala japi Shyam ki….

jaise raadhaa ne maalaa japii shyaam kii – 2
mai.n ne o.Dhii chunariyaa tere naam kii
tere naam kii ho piyaa, tere hii naam kii
raadhaa ne …

priit kyaa ju.Dii
priit kyaa ju.Dii, Dor kyaa ba.Ndhii
binaa jatan binaa yatan ho gaii mai.n nayii
binaa mol kii mai.n bikii, binaa daam kii
raadhaa ne …

kyaa tara.ng hai
kyaa tara.ng hai, kyaa uma.ng hai
more a.Ng a.Ng rachaa pii kaa ra.ng hai
sharm aaii, kaise kahuu.N baat shyaam kii
raadhaa ne …

paa liyaa tujhe, paa liyaa
paa liyaa tujhe, paaii har khushii
chaahuu.N baar baar cha.Dhuu.N terii paalakii
subah shaam kii ye pyaas ba.De kaam kii
raadhaa ne …

Song #35 Pagri sambhal jatta…

I am so happy that so far you have liked my choice of songs composed in Raag Bhairavi.

Guess what? In the list of 27 different music directors whose compositions in Raag Bhairavi I shared with you, I omitted a really important one: Prem Dhawan!

Let me remedy that straight way. I admit that possibly my bias against Manoj Kumar kept me from putting this up. But, the song from 1965 movie Shaheed, wherein Manoj Kumar acted as Bhagat Singh is a great one.

Prem Dhawan penned the lyrics and composed the music and Mohammad Rafi sang it.

Please enjoy our 28th music director composing in Raag Bhairavi: Pagadi sambhal jataa, pagadhi sambhal oy….

paga.Dii sambhaal oy~
paga.Dii sambhaal oy aa~

paga.Dii sambhaal jaTTaa
paga.Dii sambhaal oy
paga.Dii sambhaal teraa
luT gayaa maal oy~

tuu dharatii kii maa.Ng sa.Nvaare soye khet jagaaye
saare jag kaa peT bhare tuu annadaataa kahalaaye
phir kyo.n bhuukh tujhe khaatii hai aur tuu bhuukh ko khaaye
luT gayaa maal teraa luT gayaa maal oy
paga.Dii sambhaal jaTTaa …

deke apanaa khuun pasiinaa tuune fasal ugaayii
aa.Ndhii dekhii tuufaa.N jhele bipadaa sabhii uThaayii
fasal kaTii to le gaye zaalim terii nek kamaayii
luT gayaa maal teraa luT gayaa maal oy
paga.Dii sambhaal jaTTaa …

uTh aur uTh ke khaaq se zarre ek sitaaraa ban jaa
bujhaa bujhaa kyo.n dil hai teraa ik a.ngaaraa ban jaa
o sadiyo.n ke Thahare paanii bahatii dhaaraa ban jaa
luT gayaa maal teraa luT gayaa maal oy
paga.Dii sambhaal jaTTaa …

Song #36 Phul gaindwa na maaro….

My choice of Best songs composed in Raag Bhairavi has to have this song composed by Roshan. Earlier I have given you Laaga chunari mein daag. This one is equally good.

This is from the 1964 movie Dooj Ka Chand. Lyrics are by Sahir Ludhianvi and the singer, once again, is Manna Dey.

Please enjoy in Raag Bhairavi: Phul gaindwa na maaro….

haay
ajii phul gendawaa na maaro, na maaro
lagat karejawaa me.n choT

phul gendawaa na maaro, na maaro (2)
lagat karejawaa me.n choT

duu.Ngii mai.n duhaa_ii
kaahe chatur banat chhichhorii karat harajaa_ii

phul gendawaa na maaro, na maaro
lagat karej
t karej (3)
gat karejawaa me.n choT

he dahakaa hu_aa ye a.ngaaraa, a.ngaaraa haa.N
dahakaa hu_aa ye a.ngaaraa
jo gendawaa kahalaaye hai
ajii tan par jahaa.N gire paapii
wahii.n daaG pa.D jaaye hai
a.ng-a.ng moraa piir kare aur kar ke kahe
phul gendawaa na maaro
phul gendawaa na maaro, na maaro
lagat karejawaa me.n choT

he phul gendawaa na maaro
ajii phul gendawaa na maaro
phul gendawaa na maaro -2
ma_ika
na maaro -3
phul gendawaa na maaro, na maaro
lagat karejawaa me.n choT

ruk jaa_o -5
na sataa_o mohe julamii balam, o balam -2
maan jaa_o, binatii abalaa kii
dekho-dekho ab duu.Ngii mai.n duhaa_ii
kaahe chatur banat chhichhorii karat harjaa_ii

phul gendawaa na maaro
na maaro na maaro na
pa pa dha
dha dha dha ni dha
pa ma dha pa ma
ga ma ga re sa
sa sa sa sa sa sa
phul gendawaa na maaro

na maaro (6)
lagat karejawaa me.n choT
karejawaa me.n choT (2)
sa ga ga re re sa
sa ma pa ma ga ga re sa sa ni
sa dha dha dha sa pa pa pa sa pa sa pa sa
pa ni ma
phul gendawaa na -3
na maaro -3

arre phul gendawaa na maaro, na maaro
lagat karejawaa me.n choT

duu.Ngii mai.n duhaa_ii
kaahe chatur banat chhichhorii karat harjaa_ii

phul gend
dawaa dawaa dawaa dawaa
dawaa dawaa dawaa dawaa
dawaa na maaro, na maaro
lagat karejawaa me.n choT

Song #37 Dil aaj shayar hai gham aaj naghma hai…

I have a long list still not shared with you of lovely songs composed in Raag Bhairavi but I am going to conclude with this by SD Burman. It is a different sort of song and a personal favourite.

It is from the 1971 Dev Anand movie Gambler. Neeraj penned the lyrics and Kishore Kumar sang it.

I simply love this composition and the lyrics.

Please enjoy: Dil aaj shayar hai gham aaj nagma hai….

dil aaj shaayar hai, Gam aaj naGamaa hai
shab ye Gazal hai sanam
gairo.n ke shero.n ko o sunane vaale
ho is taraf bhii karam

(aake zaraa dekh to terii khaatir
ham kis tarah se jiye) – 2
aa.Nsuu ke dhaage se siite rahe ham
jo zakhm tuune diye
chaahat kii mahafil me.n Gam teraa lekar
qismat se khelaa juaa
duniyaa se jiite par tujhase haare
yuu.N khel apanaa huaa …

(ye pyaar hamane kiyaa jis tarah se
usakaa na koii javaab) – 2
zarraa the lekin terii lau me.n jalakar
ham ban gae aafataab
hamase hai zi.ndaa vafaa aur ham hii se
hai terii mahafil javaa.N
jab ham na ho.nge to ro roke duniyaa
Dhuu.NDhegii mere nishaa.n …

(ye pyaar koii khilaunaa nahii.n hai
har koii le jo khariid) – 2
merii tarah zi.ndagii bhar ta.Dap lo
phir aanaa isake kariib
ham to musaafir hai.n koii safar ho
ham to guzar jaae.nge hii
lekin lagaayaa hai jo daa.nv hamane
vo jiit kar aae.nge hii …

There, that’s is my list of 36 best songs in Hindi films based on Raag Bhairavi. In these, I have given you, in three parts of a dozen songs each, 28 different composers ranging from Shankar Jaikishen to Prem Dhawan.

I hope you liked my choice.

My next Raaga is Raaga Yaman or Kalyan. Please wait for that.

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