THE BEST RAAGA BASED SONGS IN HINDI MOVIES – RAAGA DARBARI – PART I

As you are already aware, these blogs are being recreated from the posts on my Facebook page Lyrical wherein I started with this theme of giving you the best raaga based songs in Hindi movies on the 8th of Aug 2015. Presently, I am on my 11th Raaga: Raag Gara. I have already given you blogs on Raaga Bhairavi, Yaman or Kalyan, and Jhinjhoti. This means that I am well behind schedule.

Anyway, lets start with our fourth Raaga here: Raag Darbari Kanada.

Raag Darbari KanadaAfter Bhairavi and Yaman or Kalyan, I have chosen to give you songs composed in Raag Darbari Kanada. Darbari Kanada, or simply Darbari, (pronounced darbāri kānada), is a raga in the Kanada family, which is thought to have originated in Carnatic music and brought into North Indian music by Miyan Tansen, the legendary 16th-century composer in emperor Akbar’s court. This tradition is reflected in the name itself; Darbar is the Persian derived word in Hindi meaning “court.” As the most familiar raga in the Kanada family, it may sometimes also be called Shuddha Kanada or pure Kanada. It belongs to the Asavari thaat.

It is also sometimes written as Durbari and Durbarikanada.

Raag Darbari Kanada1Song #1 Sarfroshi ki tamanna ab hamaare dil mein hai…

My most favourite song in this Raag forms the cover picture of this Raag: Sarfroshi ki tamanna ab hamaare dil mein hai…

An Urdu poem written by an Arya Samaji? Well, that was the strength of my Bharat or India before politicians on both sides of the border divided us along religious and casteist lines for their vested interests.

Ram Prasad Bismil was born on 11th June 1897 in Shajahanpur. He was merely 30 when he was hanged to death by the British at Gorakhpur Jail. His crime? Well, he, along with a few others such as Ashfaqulla Khan, Roshan Singh and Rajendra Nath Lahiri sought to break the shackles of slavery for India and let its people live in Freedom.

He was one of the founding members of Hindustan Republican Association. The association and his writings later became the inspiration for Shaheed Bhagat Singh.

Bismil wrote about many poems and Ghazals (both in Hindi and Urdu) inspiring people to revolt against the British. This Urdu Ghazal (his most famous) is written in Beher-E-Ramal/Mazahif Musamman. This type of Beher in Urdu poetry was the favourite meter of Ram Prasad Bismil. He had written almost 35 ghazals in this meter.

Here is his famous poem…

Sarfaroshi ki tamanna ab hamaare dil mein hai
Dekhna hai zor kitna baazu-e-qaatil mein hai

aye watan Karta nahin kyun doosra kuch baat-cheet
Dekhta hun main jise woh chup teri mehfil mein hai
Aye shaheed-e-mulk-o-millat main tere oopar nisaar
Ab teri himmat ka charcha ghair ki mehfil mein hai
Sarfaroshi ki tamanna ab hamaare dil mein hai

Waqt aanay dey bata denge tujhe aye aasman
Hum abhi se kya batayen kya hamare dil mein hai
Khainch kar layee hai sab ko qatl hone ki ummeed
Aashiqon ka aaj jumghat koocha-e-qaatil mein hai
Sarfaroshi ki tamanna ab hamaare dil mein hai

Hai liye hathiyaar dushman taak mein baitha udhar
Aur hum taiyyaar hain seena liye apna idhar
Khoon se khelenge holi gar vatan muskhil mein hai
Sarfaroshi ki tamanna ab hamaare dil mein hai

Haath jin mein ho junoon katt te nahi talvaar se
Sar jo uth jaate hain voh jhukte nahi lalkaar se
Aur bhadkega jo shola-sa humaare dil mein hai
Sarfaroshi ki tamanna ab hamaare dil mein hai

Hum to ghar se nikle hi the baandhkar sar pe kafan
Jaan hatheli par liye lo barh chale hain ye qadam
Zindagi to apni mehmaan maut ki mehfil mein hai
Sarfaroshi ki tamanna ab hamaare dil mein hai

Yuun khadaa maqtal mein qaatil kah rahaa hai baar baar
Kya tamannaa-e-shahaadat bhi kisee ke dil mein hai
Dil mein tuufaanon ki toli aur nason mein inqilaab
Hosh dushman ke udaa denge humein roko na aaj
Duur reh paaye jo humse dam kahaan manzil mein hai

Wo jism bhi kya jism hai jismein na ho khoon-e-junoon
Toofaanon se kya lade jo kashti-e-saahil mein hai

Sarfaroshi ki tamanna ab hamaare dil mein hai.
Dekhna hai zor kitna baazuay qaatil mein hai.

And, here is the translation

The desire for revolution is in our hearts
Let us see what strength there is in the arms of our executioner

Why do you remain silent thus?
Whoever I see, is gathered quiet so…
O martyr of country, of nation, I submit myself to thee
For yet even the enemy speaks of thy courage
The desire for struggle is in our hearts…

When the time comes, we shall show thee, O heaven
For why should we tell thee now, what lurks in our hearts?
We have been dragged to service, by the hope of blood, of vengeance
Yea, by our love for nation divine, we go to the streets of the enemy
The desire for struggle is in our hearts…

Armed does the enemy sit, ready to open fire
Ready too are we, our bosoms thrust out to him
With blood we shall play Holi, if our nation need us
The desire for struggle is in our hearts…

No sword can sever hands that have the heat of battle within,
No threat can bow heads that have risen so…
Yea, for in our insides has risen a flame,
and the desire for struggle is in our hearts…

Set we out from our homes, our heads shrouded with cloth,
Taking our lives in our hands, do we march so…
In our assembly of death, life is now but a guest
The desire for struggle is in our hearts…

Stands the enemy in the gallows thus, asking,
Does anyone wish to bear testimony?…
With a host of storms in our heart, and with revolution in our breath,
We shall knock the enemy cold, and no one shall stop us…

What is that body that does not have hot blood in it,
How can a person conquer a Typhoon while sitting in a boat near the shore.

The desire for struggle is in our hearts,
We shall now see what strength there is in the boughs of the enemy.

In the 1965 movie Shaheed starring Manoj Kumar as Shaheed Bhagat Singh, this poem was composed in Raag Darbari by Prem Dhawan. Mohammad Rafi, Manna Dey and Rajendra Mehta sang it for Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev in the movie.

Please enjoy in Raag Darbari: Sarfroshi ki tamanna ab hamaare dil mein hai….

Song #2 O duniya ke rakhwaale….

I am sure you enjoyed my most favourite song in Raag Darbari: Bismil’s nazm: Sarfroshi ki tamanna ab hamaare dil mein hai.

Now, let me turn to Naushad whose composition in this Raag always leaves me spellbound. It is absolutely easy for you to guess it: Yes, it is from 1952 movie Baiju Bawra starring Bharat Bhushan and Meena Kumari. Naushad was the music director for several movies and each one of these, eg, Mughal-e-Azam, has songs composed in various Raagas. He received his only Filmfare award for Best Music Director for Baiju Bawra. Each one of those 13 songs was composed in some raaga or the other. Raaga Darbari Kanada occurs twice: once in this song that I am giving you, and once in the sargam by Ustad Amir Khan; it was a master-stroke by Naushad Ali to have roped in the great classical singers Ustad Amir Khan and DV Paluskar to sing in the movie.

The song that I have selected for you is: O duniya ke rakhwaale. To call it merely a song wopuld be insulting its lyricist, composer and most of all the singer: Mohammad Rafi. It is a cry of the heart by Baiju Bawra to God to give him that dard in his singing that would make him take on Tansen (coincidentally, the man who brought the Raag from the South!) and avenge his father’s death because of him. It is not one of the best of god of songs: Mohammad Rafi; it is indeed his best ever. No one has ever been able to raise his singing voice to that kind of high pitch as in the end of this song.

No, no one can write like Shakeel from Badayun in UP.

Please enjoy in Raag Darbari Kanada: O duniyaa ke rakhwaale….

bhagavaan, bhagavaan … bhagavaan
o duniyaa ke rakhavaale, sun dard bhare mere naale
sun dard bhare mere naale
aash niraash ke do ra.ngo.n se, duniyaa tuune sajaaI
nayyaa sa.ng tuufaan banaayaa, milan ke saath judaaI
jaa dekh liyaa harajaaI
o … luT gaI mere pyaar kii nagarii, ab to niir bahaa le
ab to niir bahaa le
o … ab to niir bahaa le, o duniyaa ke rakhavaale …

aag banii saavan kii barasaa, phuul bane a.ngaare
naagan ban ga_ii raat suhaanii, patthar ban gae taare
sab TuuT chuke hai.n sahaare, o … jiivan apanaa vaapas le le
jiivan dene vaale, o duniyaa ke rakhavaale …

chaa.nd ko Dhuu.NDhe paagal suuraj, shaam ko Dhuu.NDhe saveraa
mai.n bhii Dhuu.NDhuu.N us priitam ko, ho naa sakaa jo meraa
bhagavaan bhalaa ho teraa, o … qismat phuuTii aas na TuuTii
paa.nv me.n pa.D gae chhaale, o duniyaa ke rakhavaale …

mahal udaas aur galiyaa.n suunii, chup-chup hai.n diivaare.n
dil kyaa uja.Daa duniyaa uja.Dii, ruuTh gaI hai.n bahaare.n
ham jiivan kaise guzaare.n, o … ma.ndir girataa phir ban jaataa
dil ko kaun sambhaale, o duniyaa ke rakhavaale …

o duniyaa ke rakhavaale
rakhavaale
rakhavaale
rakhavaale … % (throat bleeding pitch !!)

Song #3 Tora man darpan kehlaaye….

Meena Kumari was the one who was Gauri in Baiju Bawra whose song I have given you above. Talking about Meena Kumari takes me to her role in 1965 movie Kaajal. The bhajan that she sang in the movie is ranked amongst the best bhajans ever. Asha Bhosle sang it for her. The composer was my namesake Ravi. Lyrics are by another great lyricist: Sahir Ludhianvi.

Please enjoy in Raag Darbari Kanada: Tora man darpan kehlaaye….

praaNii apane prabhu se puuchhe kis vidhii paauu.N tohe
prabhu kahe tu man ko paa le, paa jayegaa mohe

torA man darpaN kahalAye – 2
bhale bure sAre karmo.n ko, dekhe aur dikhAye
torA man darpaN kahalAye – 2

man hI devatA, man hI Ish{}var, man se ba.DA na koy
man ujiyArA jab jab phaile, jag ujiyArA hoy
is ujale darpaN pe prANI, dhUl na jamane pAye
torA man darpaN kahalAye – 2

sukh kI kaliyA.N, dukh ke kA.nTe, man sabakA AdhAr
man se koI bAt chhupe nA, man ke nain hazAr
jag se chAhe bhAg lo koI, man se bhAg na pAye
torA man darpaN kahalAye – 2

tan kii daulat Dhalatii chhaayaa man kaa dhan anamol
tan ke kaaraN man ke dhan ko mat maaTi mein rau.nd
man kii qadar bhulaanevaalaa viiraa.N janam gavaaye
torA man darpaN kahalAye – 2

Song #4 Main nigaahen tere chehre se hataayun kaise….

Madan Mohan has composed remarkably beautiful songs in Raag Darbari; so beautiful that I would probably end up giving you quite a few.

Most of these are on the lyrics of Raja Mehdi Ali Khan. This one sung by Mohammad Rafi for the 1964 movie Aap Ki Parchhayiyan (in which there is another one too: Agar mujhase mohabbat hai mujhe sab apane gham de do) is really one of the best of Rafi.

Dharmendra sings it in the movie for Shashikala.

Some people feel that the song has actually closeness to Raag Gara. There is nothing strange about that. Many of the Hindi songs, not being in pure Raaga, would have closeness to more than one Raaga.

Please enjoy in Raag Darbari: Main nigaahen tere chehre se uthaayun kaise….

mai.n nigaahe.n tere chehare se haTaa_uu.N kaise
lut ga_e hosh to phir hosh me.n aa_uu.N kaise

chhaa rahii thii terii mahakii hu_ii zulfo.n kii ghaTaa
terii aa.Nkho.n ne pilaa dii to mai.n piitaa hii gayaa
taubaa taubaa taubaa taubaa taubaa taubaa
vo nashaa hai ki bataa_uu.N kaise

merii aa.nkho.n me.n gile-shikave hai.n aur pyaar bhii hai
aarazu_e.n bhii hai.n aur hasarat-e-diidaar bhii
itane tuufaan mai.n aa.Nkho.n me.n chhupaa_uu.N kaise

shoK nazare.n ye sharaarat se na baaz aa_e.ngii
kabhii ruuThe.ngii kabhii mil ke palaT jaa_e.ngii
tujh se nibh jaa_egii mai.n in se nibhaa_uu.N kaise

Song #5 Dil Jalata hai to jalane de….

Lets now take this outstanding composition of Anil Biswas for Mukesh to sing. Mukesh was at that time copying KL Saigal. After he sang it and KL Saigal heard the song, he remarked, “I don’t remember having sung this song”!

The song is from the 1945 movie Pehli Nazar. It was written by Aah Sitapuri.

Please enjoy in Raag Darbari: Dil jalata hai to jalane de….

dil jalataa hai to jalane de
aa.Nsuu nA bahaa fariyaad nA kar
dil jalataa hai to jalane de

tU paradaa nashii.n kA aashiq hai
yuu.n naam-e-vafaa barabaad nA kar
dil jalataa hai to jalane de

maasuum najar ke tiir chalaa
bismil ko bismil aur banaa
ab sharm-o-hayaa ke parade me.n
yuu.n chhup chhup ke bedaad nA kar
dil jalataa hai to jalane de

ham aas lagaaye baiThe hai.n
tum vAdaa karake bhuul gaye
yA suurat aake dikhaa jaao
yA kaha do hamako yaad nA kar
dil jalataa hai, dil jalataa hai, dil jalataa hai …

Song #6 Ye hawa ye raat ye chandni….

Let me now give you a very popular number picturised on Dilip Kumar set in this Raag. It is from the 1952 movie Sangdil. The composer was Sajjad. So successful was he in this composition that Madan Mohan himself copied this!

Dilip Kumar is a rich, reckless guy in the movie who hates women except to use them as objects of desire. He sings this for an affluent woman in his party circle. However, the song has inspired a number of videos depicting his and Madhubala’s real love (she too acted in the movie!)

Rajinder Krishan penned the lyrics and Talat Mehmood sang it.

Please enjoy in Raag Darbari: Ye hawa ye raat ye chandini…

(ye havaa ye raat ye chaa.Ndanii
terI ek adaa pe nisaar hai ) – 2
mujhe kyuu.N nA ho terI aarazuu
terI justajuu me.n bahaar hai
ye havaa ye raat ye chaa.Ndanii

tujhe kyA khabar hai o bekhabar
terI ek nazar me.n hai kyA asar
jo gazab me.n aaye to kahar hai
jo ho meharabaa.n vo qaraar hai
mujhe kyuu.N nA ho terI aarazuu
terI justajuu me.n bahaar hai
ye havaa ye raat ye chaa.Ndanii

terI baat-baat hai.n dilanashii.n
koI tujhase ba.Dhake nahii.n hasii.n
hai.n kalii-kalii me.n jo mastiyaa.n
terI aa.Nkh kA ye khumaar hai
mujhe kyuu.N nA ho terI aarazuu
terI justajuu mai.n bahaar hai
ye havaa ye raat ye chaa.Ndanii …

Song #7 Tu pyaar ka saagar hai….

The royal court Raag Darbari that Tansen imported from the South, and that’s why it is called Darbari Kanada, is into its third day tonight here on Lyrical. We have so far taken up the compositions of Prem Dhawan, Naushad Ali, Ravi, Madan Mohan, Anil Biswas and Sajjad.

I must remind you at this stage and periodically that in Hindi movies it is very difficult to find pure Raaga compositions. My cover picture normally shows the composition that comes closest to the pure Raaga.

Let me start tonight by giving you one from Shankar Jaikishen. This is really a favourite of mine, as always, sung so well by Manna De. The lyricist was Shailendra whose birth anniversary we celebrated on 30th Aug.

The name of the movie is Seema starring Balraj Sahni and Nutan.

Please enjoy in Raag Darbari: Tu pyaar ka saagar hai….

tuu pyaar kaa saagar hai
terii ik buu.Nd ke pyaase ham
lauTaa jo diyaa tumane, chale jaaye.nge jahaa.N se ham
tuu pyaar kaa saagar hai …

ghaayal man kaa, paagal pa.nchhii u.Dane ko beqaraar
pa.nkh hai.n komal, aa.Nkh hai dhu.Ndhalii, jaanaa hai saagar paar
jaanaa hai saagar paar
ab tuu hi ise samajhaa, raah bhuule the kahaan se ham
tuu pyaar kaa saagar hai …

idhar jhuumatii gaaye zi.ndagii, udhar hai maut kha.Dii
koii kyaa jaane kahaa.N hai siimaa, ulajhan aan pa.Dii
ulajhan aan pa.Dii
kaano.n me.n zaraa kah de, ki aaye kaun dishaa se ham
tuu pyaar kaa saagar hai …

Song #8 Ghunghat ke pat khol re…..

Some of you understand this mood that I frequently get into of listening to bhajans; not to proclaim my being virtuous or anything like that, but, for the cleaning of my own soul.

I have posted this Meera bhajan many times. I am in love with it since the direction of the bhajan is to open the veil of one’s heart so as to receive God. I sometimes think how great Meerabai must have been to renounce her princely life in order to love Lord Krishna single mindedly. In this bhajan, she has actually given us the key to receive God: Ghuunghat ke pat khol re tohe piya milenge!

Music is that of Bulo C Rani and the singer is Geeta Roy (before she became Geeta Dutt). The movie is the 1950 movie Jogan starring Nargis in the title role and Dilip Kumar.

Please enjoy in Raag Darbari: Ghuunghat ke pat khol re tohe piya milenge…..

( ghuu.NghaT ke paT khol re
tohe piyaa mile.nge ) -2
ghuu.NghaT ke paT khol re

( ghaT-ghaT me.n tore
saa_ii.n basat hai.n ) -2
kaThuu bachan mat bol re
tohe piyaa mile.nge
ghuu.NghaT ke paT khol re
tohe piyaa mile.nge
ghuu.NghaT ke paT khol re

dhan-joban kaa garb na kiije -2
jhuuThaa inakaa mol re
tohe piyaa mile.nge
ghuu.NghaT ke paT khol re
tohe piyaa mile.nge
ghuu.NghaT ke paT khol re

jaa ke jatan se ra.ng-mahal me.n -2
piyaa paayo anamol re
ghuu.NghaT ke paT khol re
tohe piyaa mile.nge
ghuu.NghaT ke paT khol re

suune mandir
suune mandir diyaa jalaa ke -2
aasan se mat Dol re
tohe piyaa mile.nge
ghuu.NghaT ke paT khol re
tohe piyaa mile.nge
ghuu.NghaT ke paT khol re

Song #09 Satyam shivam sundaram….

In keeping with the mood of tonight, let me give you one last bhajan penned by Pandit Narendra Sharma for the 1978 movie Satyam Shivam Sundaram. Laxmikany Pyarelal composed it in Raag Drabari and Lata Mangeshkar sang it for Zeenat Aman

Please enjoy in Raag Drabari: Satyam shivam sundaram….

la: iishvar satya hai
satya hii shiv hai
shiv hii sundar hai
jaago uTh kar dekho
jiivan jot ujaagar hai

satyam shivam sundaram -2
ko: iishvar satya hai
satya hii shiv hai
shiv hii sundar hai
satyam shivam sundaram
la: satyam shivam sundaram -2

raam avadh me.n
raam avadh me.n kaashii me.n shiv kaanhaa brindavan me.n
dayaa karo prabhu dekhuu.N inako
dayaa karo prabhu dekhuu.N inako har ghar ke aa.Ngan me.n
raadhaa-mohan sharaNam
satyam shivam sundaram
aa.a
ko: satyam shivam sundaram

la: ek suurya hai
ek suurya hai ek gagan hai ek hii dharatii-maataa
dayaa karo prabhu ek bane.n sab
dayaa karo prabhu ek bane.n sab sabakaa ek se naataa
raadhaa-mohan sharaNam
satyam shivam sundaram -2
aa.a
ko: satyam shivam sundaram
la: iishvar satya hai
satya hii shiv hai
shiv hii sundar hai
ko: satyam shivam sundaram
la: aa.a

Song #10 Meri vinti suno Bhagwan….

Fourth day of Raag Darbari that Tansen imported from the South, and that’s why it is called Darbari Kanada. In the last three days, we have so far taken up the compositions of Prem Dhawan, Naushad Ali, Ravi, Madan Mohan, Anil Biswas, Sajjad, Shankar Jaikishen, Bulo C Rani and Laxmikant Pyarelal.

Lets start with Hemant Kumar today evening.

I have taken this song from 1956 movie Taj. Rajinder Krishan was the lyricist and Mohammad Rafi was the singer.

Please enjoy: Ab mori vinti suno bhagwan….

aaaa aaaa aaa aaa
aa aa aa aa aa
mori vinti suno bhagwaan
abb mori vinti suno bhagwaan
aaj meri tooti veena mein
phir se daaro praan
abb mori vinti suno bhagwaan
abb mori vinti suno bhagwaan

na maangoon yeh mahal khazaane
na maangoon yeh taaj
aaj bhare darbaar mein swaami
rakhiyo meri laaj
raagi ko bas saat suron ka aa
raagi ko bas saat suron ka
daata de vardaan
abb mori vinti suno bhagwaan
abb mori vinti suno bhagwaan
aaj meri tooti veena mein
phir se daaro praan
abb mori vinti suno bhagwaan
abb mori vinti suno bhagwaan

sooraj ki raftaar badal de
maan tu rakh le mera
jab tak toota saaz na boley
jag mein rahe andhera
shabnam se niklen angaare
daal daal jal jaaye
kaanton se bhar jaaye bagiya
reti phool khilaaye
jis jag mein sangeet nahin
woh ho jaaye shamshaan
woh ho jaaye shamshaan
woh ho jaaye shamshaan
woh ho jaaye shamshaan

Song #11 Toote huye khwaabon ne….

After Hemant Kumar, this evening, lets turn to Salil Choudhury. This is from the 1958 movie Madhumati, which was directed by Bimal Roy.

Madhumati (Vyjayanthimala) is the love of Anand (Dilip Kumar) who is an estate manager in the estate of Raja Ugra Narayan (Pran). Raja Ugra Narayan, in order to molest Madhumati, gets Anand out of the way by sending him on a tour. After Anand returns from the tour, he doesn’t find Madhumati and is sad. Little does he know that she has jumped off the roof of Raja’s palace after the Raja made an attempt to rape her. Anand in his down cast mood, enacts this song penned by Shailendra and sung for him by Mohammad Rafi.

Please enjoy in Raag Darbari: Toote huye khwaabon ne….

TuuTe hue Kvaabo.n ne, hamako ye sikhaayaa hai
dil ne, dil ne jise paayaa thaa, aa.Nkho.n ne ga.nvaayaa hai
TuuTe hue Kvaabo.n ne

ham Dhuu.NDhate hai.n unako, jo milake nahii.n milate
ruThe hai.n na jaane kyuu.N, (mehamaan mere dil ke – 2)
kyaa apanii tamannaa thii, kyaa saamane aayaa hai
dil ne, dil ne …
TuuTe hue …

lauT aaI sadaa merii, Takaraa ke sitaaro.n se
uja.Dii huI duniyaa ke, (sunasaan kinaaro.n se – 2)
par ab ye ta.Dapanaa bhii, kuchh kaam na aayaa hai
dil ne, dil ne …
TuuTe hue …

Song #12 Teri duniya mein dil lagata nahin….

For the last song of the evening composed in Raag Darbari and the last song in this part of the blog, lets turn to music director Roshan. This is from the 1950 movie Bawre Nain starring Raj Kapoor with Geeta Bali. The singing voice of Raj Kapoor in the movies, Mukesh, has sung this. Lyrics are by Kedar Sharma.

Please enjoy in Raag Darbari: Teri duniya mein dil lagata nahin waapis bula le…..

terii duniyaa me.n dil lagataa nahii.n, vaapas bulaa le
mai.n sajade me.n giraa huu.N, mujhako ai maalik uThaa le
terii duniyaa…

bahaar aaii thii kismat ne magar ye gul khilaayaa
jalaayaa aashiyaa.N saiyyaad ne, par noch Daale
terii duniyaa…

bha.Nvar kaa sar na chakaraae na dil laharo.n kaa Duube
ye kashtii aap kar dii maine tuufaa.n ke havaale
terii duniyaa…

That brings us to the end of Part I of songs based on Raag Darbari. We started with the quiet resolve of Ram Prasad Bismil’s Sarfroshi ki tamanna ba hamaare dil mein hai, and ended with the lugubrious Teri duniya mein dil lagata nahin, one of the saddest songs of Mukesh.

Please await another bouquet of songs in Raag Darbari Kanada in Part II.

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