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Raga: Abhogi Kanada

Jiya lage na kya karu sajna
Na jaiyo re sautan ghar sainyai

Raga: Adana

Jhanak jhanak payal baje – JJPB
Radhike toone bansari – Bhai Bhai
Manmohan man mein ho tumhi – Kaise Kahoon

Raga: Ahir Bhairav

Puchho na kaise maine rain bitai – Meri Surat Teri Aankhen
Ramka gun gaan kariye- Ram Shyam Gun Gaan (non-film)
Meri bina tum bin roye – Dekh Kabira Roya
Main to kabse teri sharan men – Ram Nagari
Zindagi ko sanvarana hoga – alaap
Sola barasaki bali umarko salam -ek dujhe ke liye
Apne jeevan ki uljhan ko – Uljhan
Man Anand Anand Chhayo – Vijeta
Waqt karta jo wafa aap hamare – Dilne Pukara
Ram teri ganga maili ho gayi – Ram Teri Ganga Maili
Meri galiyonse logonki yari badh – Dharmatma
Chalo man jayen ghar apne – Swami Vivekananda
Albela sajan aayo re – Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam

Raga: Alaiya Bilawal

Jana gana mana – National Anthem
Bhor ayi, gaya andhiyara – Bawarchi
Sare ke sare ga ma ko lekar – Parichay

Raga: Asavari

Mujhe galese lagalo bahut udas – Aaj aur Kal
Chale jana nahin naina milake – badi Behen
Piya te kaha – Toofan aur Diya

Raga: Bageshri

Jag dard-e-ishq jaag – Anarkali
Radha na bole na bole – Azad
Bedardi dagabaz ja tu nahin – Bluff Master
Chah barbad karegi – Shah Jahan
Jao jao nand ke lala – Rangoli
Aaja re, paradesi – Madhumati
Ghadi Ghadi mera dil dhadke – Madhumati
Hamse aya na gaya – Dekh Kabira Roya
Poochhta jaa mere marghatse – A ghazal from Ghulam Ali
Chaman men rang-e-bahar – Ghulam Ali album

Raga: Bahar

Chham chham nachat ayi bahar – Chaaya
Mann ki bin matwari baje – Shabab

Raga: Bairagi

Kisi nazar ko tera intazar aja – Aitbaar
Mein ek raja hun- Uphaar

Raga: Barawa

Khai hai re humne kasam – Talash

Raga: Basant

Ketaki, gulab, juhi champaka – Basant Bahar

Raga: Bibhash

Sanjh dhale gagan tale hum – Utsav
Neelam ke nabh chhayi – Utsav

Raga: Bhairav

Sun ri pavan, pavan puravaiya – Anuraag
Jaago mohan pyaare – Jaagte Raho

Raga: Bhairavi

Babul mora naihar chhooto – Street singer
Insaf ka mandir hai – Naya Daur
Kaise jaun jamunake tir – Devta
Laaga chunari men daag – dil hi to hai
Jyot se jyot jagate chalo -san gyaneshwar
Jo bhaje hari ko sada – Bhajan
Jab dil hi tut gaya – Baiju Bavra
Ai diwali, ai diwali – Shah Jahan
Do hansonka joda bichhad – Ratan
Barasat men, hamse mile tum – Ganga Jamuna
Dost dost na raha – barsaat
Bol radha bol sangam hoga ke – Sangam
Mera juta hai japani – Sangam
Ramiya vasta vaiya – shree 420
Suno chhotisi gudiya ki lambi – shree 420
Khamosh hai – seema
Mere ai dil bata – amar
Sanvare sanvare – JJPB
Ai mere dil kahin aur chal -anuradha
Mile sur tera hamara – Doordarshan
Kaise samjhaoon bade nasamajh-Sooraj
Bhor bhaye panghatpe-satyam shivam sundaram
Jare, jare ud ja re panchhi – maaya
Jay bolo beiman ki- beimaan
Mithe bol bole – kinaara
Mitwa re mitwa purab na jaio -jawaab
Hato kaheko juthi banao – manzil
Jiya jale jaan jale nainon tale – Dil Se
Phool gendava na maaro -Door ka Chand
Dhanya bhag seva ka avsar – sur sangam
Mile jo kadi kadi, ek zanjeer- kasme waade
Hume tumse pyar kitana – kudrat
Kar chale hum fida jaan-o-tan – haqeeqat
Heer ( doli chadhke heer) – heer ranjha
Phir kisi raah guzar par shayad – ghazal – Jagjit
Meri tanhaiyon tum hi lagalo – Ghazal – Jagjit
Yeh dil yeh paagal dil mera – Ghazal Ghulam Ali
Beshaq mandir masjid todo – bobby

Raga: Bhatiyar

Ek ritu aye ek ritu jaye – Jhanak Jhanak Payal Bhaaje

Raga: Bhimpalasi

Ai ri main to prem diwani – Navbahar
Maine chand aur sitaronki- Chandrakanta
Ye na thi hamari kismat – Mirza Ghalib
Dil mein tujhe bithake puja – Fakira
Nainon mein badra chhaye – Mera Saaya
Jhanakar payalaki tose binati – Naga Devta
Hum giridha rake ghar jaun – Meera Bhajan
Samay dhire chalo – Rudaali
Kismat Se Tum Ham Ko Mile Ho – Pukar
Ae Ajnabi Tu Bhi Kabhi – DIl SE
Khilte Hain Gul Yaha – Sharmilee
Main gareebon ka dil hoon – ab-e-hayat

Raga: Bhoopali

Chanda hai tu, mera suraj hai tu – Aradhana
Sayonara, sayonara – Love in Tokyo
Pankh hote to ud aati re – Sehraa
Jyoti kalash chhalke – Bhabhi ki Chudiyaan
Jab nil gagan ki chhaon mein – Amarapali
Achyutam keshavam ram – shloka
Jaun tore charan kamal par vari – Sur Sangam
Om namah shivay – Bhairavi
Panchhi banu udti firun mast – Chori Chori
Dekha ek khwab to yeh silsile – Silsila
In ankhon ki masti ke, mastane – Umrao Jaan
Dil hun hun kare – Rudali
He Govind, He Gopal, He Dayaal – Jagjit singh ghazal…

Raga: Bhupali Todi

O zindagi ke denevale – Nagin

Raga: Bihag

Tere sur aur mere geet – Goonj Uthi Shehnai
Koi gata, main so jata – Alaap
Tere pyar men dildar – Mere Mehboob
Ae dil beqarar jhum – Shah Jahan
Hamare dilse na jaanaa – Udan Khatola
Chalenge tir jab dil par- Kohinoor
Zindagi ke safar men gujar jate – Aap ki kasam
Yeh kya jagah hai doston- Umrao jaan
Meri ladli re, meri ladli – Andaaz
Tujhe jeevan ki dor se baandh – Asli Naqli
Hamare dilse na jaanaa -Udan Khatola

Raga: Bilaskhani Todi
Jhoothay naina bolay – Lekin
Diya na bujhegi, aaj hamara

Raga: Basant Mukhari
O basanti pavan pagal – Jis Desh Me Ganga Behti Hai
Vada kar le sajna – Haath ki Safai

Raga: Chandrakauns
Tu hi tu main seva karu
San sanna sanna sanna, jao re o pavan
Majhi re himmat na har

Raga: Charukeshi
Bainya na dharo, o balama – Dastak (old)
Aaj dilpe koi jor chalta nahin – Milan
Kabhi raat din hum dur the – Aamne Saamne
Ek tu na mila – Himalay ki Godmen
Akele hain chale aao – Raaz
Bekhudimen sanam kisi rahamen kisi modpar – Mere Humsafar
Megha re Megha re… – Pyaasa
Bedardi balama tujh ko, mera man yaad karta hai – Aarzoo
Shyam teri bansi pukare radha naam – Geet Gata Chal
Jaan-e-jaana…Jab jab teri surat dekhun – Janbaaz
Chhod de sari duniya kisike liye – Saraswati Chandra

Raga: Chhayanat
Chanda re, ja re ja re – Ziddi (old)
Baad muddat ki yeh ghadi aayi – Jahan Aara
Hum bekhudi mein tumko pukaare chale gaye – Kaala Paani
Tere naina talaash karen jise – Talaash
Chaina nahin aye, kahan dil jaye – Samundar
Zan Zan Zan Zan payal baje

Raga: Darbari
Ye Hawa Ye Raat Ye Chaandni – Sangdil
Bahon Ke Darmiyan – Khamoshi (new)

Raga: Darbari Kanada
Dil jalta hai to jalne de – Pehli Nazar
O duniyake rakhawale – Baiju Bawra
Tute hue khvabonne – Madhumati
Mohabbat ki jhuthi kahani pe roye – Mugal-e-azam
Tora man darpan kehlaye – Kaajal
Daiya re daiya laj mohe lage – Leader
Guzre hai aaj ishqmen – Dil Diya Dard Liya
Raha gardishonmen haradam – Do Badan
Jhanak jhanak tori baje payeliya – Mere Huzoor
Hum tujh se muhabbat kar ke – Awara
Teri duniya mein dil lagta nahin – Baware Nain
Mere mehboob shayad aaj kuchh – Kitne Paas Kitne Door
Ghoonghat ke pat khol re – Jogan
Dekha hai pehli baar – Saajan
Tumhe zindagi ke ujale mubarak – Poornima
Ishwar satya hai – Satyam Shivam Sundaram
Kitna hasin hai mausam – Azad
Hum tum se juda ho ke – Ek Sapera Ek Lutera
Aap ki nazaron ne samajha – Anpadh
Ud ja bhanwar maya kamal ka – Rani Roopmati
Koi matwala ayaa more dware – Love In Tokyo
Pag ghoongroo bandh meera naachi thi – Namak Halal
Yaad mein teri jaag jaag ke hum – Mere Mehboob
Tu pyarka sagar hai – Seema
Hangama hai kyon barpa – A Ghazal by Ghulam Ali
Pag ghoongroo bandh meera naachi thi – Namak Halal
Ab kahan jayen ham – Ujala
Nainheenko raah dikha prabhu – Bhakta Surdaas
Shayerana se hai zindagi ke adaa – Phir Teri Kahani Yaad Aye
Jay Radha madhav Jai kunjbihari – Bhajan by Jagjit Singh

Raga: Desh
Phir kahin koi phul khila – Anubhav
Bekasi hadse jab guzar jaye – Kalpana
Door Koi Gaaye, dhun yeh sunaye – Baiju Bawra
Pyaar Hua Chupke se – 1942, A Love Story
Om jai jagadish hare – Poorab Aur Pashchim
Phir kahin koi phool khila, chaahat na kaho usko – Anubhav
Vande mataram

Raga: Desi
Aaj gaavat man mero jhumke – Baiju Bawra

Raga: Durga
Geet gaya pattharon ne – Geet Gaya Pattharon ne
Chanda re mori patiya le ja – Miss Mary

Raga: Dhani

Prabhu tero nam jo gae phal – Hum Dono

Raga: Gara
Tere mere sapne ab ek rang hain – Guide
Jivanmen piya tera sath rahe – Gunj Uthi Shehnai
Raghupati raghav raja ram – Bhajan
Thumak chalat ram chandra – Bhajan
Aise to na dekho – Teen Deviyan
Kabhi khud pe kabhi haalat pe ronaa aaya – Hum Dono
Mohe panghat pe nandlal chher gayo re – Mughal-e-Aazam
Unke khayaal aaye to aate chale gaye – Lal Patthar

Raga: Gaud Malhar
Garajat barsat savan ayo re – Barsaat Ki Raat (old)
Jhir jhir barase savani ratiyan – Ashirvad

Raga: Gaud Sarang
Allah tero naam – Hum Dono
Naadir deem, ta na dere na – Pardesi

Raga: Gurjari Todi
Ek tha bachapan – Ashirvad
Jaa-jaa re ai pathikwa – Lekin

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Raga: Hamir
Madhuban men radhika nache re – Kohinoor
Jao re jogi tum – Amrapali

Raga: Hansdhwani
Jaa tose nahin boloon kanhaiya – Parivaar

Raga: Hemant
Yad piyaki aye – A Thumri by Ustaad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan
Udajare ja re kaga – Meera bhajan by Lata Mangeshkar
Tumbin jeevan kaise – by Manna Dey

Raga: Jaijaiwanti
Manmohana bade jhoothe, haar ke haar na maanein – Seema
Bairan ho gai raina – Dekh Kabir Roya
Zindagi aaj mere namse sharamati hai
Yeh dilki lagi kam kya hogi – Mugal e Azam
Dost bankar bhi nahin saath nibhanevala – A Ghazal by Ghulam Ali
Suni suni saans kay sitaar par – Lal Patthar
Thumak chalat Ramchandra, baajat paijaniya – Bhajan

Raga: Jaunpuri
Dil chher koi aisa naghma – Inspector
Ghunghat ke pat khol re tohe piya milenge – Jogan
Jaayen to jaayen kahaan, samjhega kaun yahaan – Taxi Driver
Meri yaad mein tum na aansu bahaana – Madhosh
Muhabbat ki jhoothi kahani pe roye – Mughal-E-Azam

Raga: Jhinjhoti
Mere mehboob tujhe meri muhabbat ki kasam – Mere Mehboob
Jaun kahan bataaye dil – Chhoti Bahen
Tum mujhe yun bhula na pao ge – Pagla Kahin Ka
Teri ankhoke siva duniyamen – Chirag
Mose chal kiye jaye hai re hai hai dekho saiyan beiman – Guide
Ja ja re ja, balmava – Basant Bahar
Koi hamdam na raha, koi sahara na raha – Jhumroo
Ghungharoo ki tarah, bajata hi raha hoon main – Chor Machaaye Shor
Chhup gaya koi re durase pukarake – Champakali

Raga: Jogiya
Dil ek mandir – Dil ek mandir hai
Kah do koi na kare yahaan pyaar – Goonj Uthi Shehnai
Raat bhar ka hai mehmaan andhera – Sone Ki Chidiya
Raga: Kafi
Kali ghodi dwar khadi – Chashme-baddoor
Biraj me holi khelat nand lal – Godaan
Gairon pe karam apnon pe sitam – Aankhen (old)

Raga: Kalavati
Hay re vo din kyun na aye – Anuradha
Kahe tarasae jiyara – Chitralekha
Koi sagar dilko bahalata nahin – Dil Diya Dard Liya
Hai agar dushman dushman, zamaana ghum nahin – Hum Kisi Se Kam Nahin
Subah aur sham kamhi kam – Uljhan
Bhajan bina chain naa aye ram – Rafoochakkar

Raga: Kalingda
Mohe bhool gaye saanwariya – Baiju Bawra

Raga: Kalyan
Do naina matavale tihare – Choti Bahen
Janevale se mulakat na hone payi – Amar
Ansu bhari hai ye jivanki rahe – Parvarish
Jiya le gayo ji mora savariya – Anpadh
Mausam hai ashikana – Pakeezah
Inhi logone le lina dupatta mera – Pakeezah
Jab dip jale ana – Chit Chor
Woh sham kuchh ajib thi – Khamoshi (old)
Chandansa badan chanchal chitavan – Saraswati Chandra
Apke anurodhpe main ye geet – Anurodh
Bada dukh dina tere lakhanne – Ram Lakhan Yaad
“Breathless” – Breathless (Shankar Mahadevan)
Lagta nahin hai dil mera – Laal Quila
Man re tu kahe na dhir dhare – Chitralekha
Saranga teri yaadmen – Saaranga
Abhi na jao chhodkar – Hum Dono
Mere humsafar mere paas – Refugee

Raga: Kamod
Eri jane na dungi – Chitralekha
Jao re jogi tum jao re – Amrapali
Tumko dekha to ye khayal aya – Saath Saath

Raga: Kedar
Bekaspe karam kijie – Mugal-e-Azam
Humko manki shakti dena – Guddi
Pal do pal ka saath humara – The Burning Train
Aapki ankhonmen kucch – Ghar
Bole to basuri kahi – Saawan Ko Aane Do
Uthaye ja unke sitam – Andaaz (old)
Main paagal mera manwa paagal – Aashiana

Raga: Khamaj
Ayo kahan se ghanashyam – Buddha Mil Gaya
Bada natkhat hai…ka kare yashoda maiya – Amar Prem
Vaishnav jan to – Narsinh Mehta Bhajan
Nazar lagi raja tore bungle par – Kaala Pani
Kuch to log kahenge – Amar Prem
Vaishnav jan to taine re kahiye (Bhajan)

Raga: Kirwani
Mera dil ye pukare a ja – Nagin
Yaad na jaye bite dinonki – Dil Ek Mandir
Meri bhigi-bhigisi palakonpe – Anamika
Ye raten ye mausam nadika kinara – Dilli Ka Thug
Nind na mujhako ae – Post box No. 999
Pukarta chala hun main – Mere Sanam
Geet gata hun mai – Laal Pathhar
Anevala pal janevala hai – Golmaal
Bekaraar dil too gaaye ja – Door Ka Rahi
Mera dil ye pukaare aaja – Nagin

Raga: Lalit
Tu hai mera prem devta – Kalpana
Ik shahenshahne banvake hansi – Leader
Pritam daras dikhao – Chacha Zindabad
Koi paas aya savere savere – A Ghazal by Jagjit Singh
Tu nahin to mere liye – Tum Yaad Aaye
Raina biti jaye – Amar Prem

Raga: Madhuvanti
Rasm-e-ulfat ko nibhaayen, to nibhaayen kaise – Dil Ki Rahen
Ko birahini ko dukh jane – Chala Vahi Desh

Raga: Madhyamad Sarang
Aa laut ke aaja mere meet – Rani Roopmati

Raga: Manjh Khammaj
Kaanha kanha aan padi re tere dwar – Aman
Jane kaise sapano me kho gai ankhiyan – Anuradha
Kaise dina bite kaise biti ratiyan piya jane na – Anuradha

Raga: Malgunji
Nain so nain nahi milo – Jhanak Jhanak Payal Baaje
Ghar a ja ghir aye badra – Chhote Nawab
Unko yeh shikayat hai – Adaalat (old)
Na jiya lage na – Anand

Raga: Malkauns
Man tarapat hari darshanko – Baiju Bawra
Aadha hai chandrama rat adhi – Navrang
Tu chhupi hai kahan – Navrang
Aaye sur ke panchhi aaye – Sur Sangam
Ye kahani hai diyeki aur tufanaki – Tufan aur Diya
O pavanvegase udanevale ghode – Jai Chaittaur
Ankhiyana sang ankhiya lagi aaj – Bada Aadmi
Deep jalaye jo – Kalakaar

Raga: Mand
Tu chanda main chandani – Reshma aur Shera
Kesariya Balam – Lekin
Ab to hai tumse har khushi apni – Abhimaan
Piya piya bole mora kangana – Swarg Nark
Bachpan ki mohabbat ko – Baiju Baawara
Dheemo re chale re vaayariyo – Album (Piya Basanti)

Raga: Maru Bihag
Matwaali naar thumak thumak
Tum to pyar ho sajna – Sehra
Jamunaa kinare aaja chaliya pukare aaja – Mehbooba

Raga: Marwa
Payeliya bavari – Saaz aur Aawaz

Raga: Megh
Mahefil men baar baar kisi par nazar gai – A Ghazal by Gulam Ali
Konpalen phir fut ayi – A Ghazal by Mehdi Hassan
Kahan se aye badra – Chashm-e-Badoor

Raga: Megh Malhar
Dukh bhare din bite re bhaiya – Mother India
Tan rangalo ji aaj man ranga lo baraso re – Tansen
Kare kare badra – by Lata Mangeshkar
Ghata ghana ghora ghora – Tansen

Raga: Miyan Ki Malhar
Bole re papihara – Guddi
Bhay bhanjana vandana sun humari – Basant Bahar
Baadal umad bhar aaye – Saaz
Ghir ghir aayi badariya kaari – Sardari Begum

Raga: Miya ki Todi
Bhini bhini bhor aayi – Asha Bhosle’s Album ‘Dil Padosi Hai’

Raga: Mohanam (Carnatic)
Jyoti Kalas Jalke – Bhabhi Ki Chudiyaan

Raga : Multani
Daya karo e girdhar-gopala
Raga: Nand
Tu jahan jahan chalega – Mera Saaya

Raga: Pahadi
Sunri sakhi mohe sajna bulae – Nagin
O durke musaphir hamko bhi sath le le – Udan Khatola
Are ja re hato natakhat – Navrang
Chal ud jaa re panchi – Bhabhi
Koi pyaar ki dekhe jadugari – Kohinoor
Sakhi ri mera man umade tana dole – Nagin
Chaudavika chand ho – Chaudavi Ka Chand
Ye vadiyan phijae bula rahi – Aaj aur Kal
Tujhko pukare mera pyar – Neel Kamal
Aja re tujhko mera pyar pukare – Waqt
Do sitaaron ka zameen par hai milan aaj ki raat – Waqt
Din hai bahar ke tere mere – Waqt
Kaun aya hai nigahonmen chamak jag uthi – Waqt
Hum jab simatake aapki bahonmen – Waqt
Janevalo jara mudke dekho mujhe – Dosti
Chaahoonga main tujhe saanjh savere – Dosti
Gudiya hamse ruthi rahogi – Dosti
Lag ja gale ke phir ye hansi raat – Woh kaun thi?
Vahan kaun hai tera musaphir – Guide
Dil pukare aa re aa re – Jewel Thief
Rulake gaya sapna mera – Jewel Thief
Chalo dildaar chalo – Pakeezah
Aaja re, aaja re o mere dilbar aaja – Noorie
Kabhi kabhi mere dilmein – Kabhi Kabhi
Isharon isharon mein dil lenewale – Kashmir Ki Kali
Aaj ki raat mere dil ki salaami le le – Ram Aur Shyam
Neela aasman so gayaa – Silsila
Javaan hai mohabbat, hasin hai zamaana – Anmol Ghadi
Jo waada kiya wo nibhaana parega – Taj Mahal
Kora kaagaz tha ye man mera – Aaradhana
Meri aankhon mein bas gaya koi re – Barsat
O door ke musaafir, ham ko bhi saath le le – Udan Khatola
O mora naadaan baalama na jaane dil ki baat – Ujala
Saawan ka mahina, pawan kare sor – Milan
Shaam dhale khidki tale tum seeti bajaana chhor do – Albela
Suhaani raat dhal chuki, na jaane tum kab aayoge – Dulari
Tere mere honthon pe, meethe meethe geet mitava – Chaandani
Paayo ji maine ram ratan dhan paayo (Bhajan)
Aapko dekhke baadal ko pasinaa – Hum Aapke Dilmen Rahte Hai

Raga: Palasi
Gori tera gaanv bada pyara – Chit Chor

Raga: Patdeep
Saaz ho tum awaz hun main – Saaz aur Aawaz
Megha chhaye adhi raat – Sharmilee

Raga: Pilu
Ajahun na aye balma – Sanjh Aur Savera
Jhoole mein pavanki ayi bahar – Baiju Bawra
More sainya ji utarenge paar nadiya dhire baho – Uran Khatola
Dheere se aaja ri akhiyan mein nindiya – Albela
Banwari Re Jeene Ka Sahara – Ek Phool Char Kante
Jaiye aap kahan jayenge – Mere Sanam
Dhoondho dhoondho re saajna – Ganga Jamuna
Allah megh de pani de – Guide
Kali ghata chhaye mora jiya ghabraye – Sujata
Tere bin soone nayan hamare – Meri Soorat Teri Aankhein
Pi ke ghar aaj pyari dulhaniya chali babul – Mother India
Nadiya kinare harayee aayee kangna – Abhiman
Ab ke baras bhejo bhaiya ko babul – Bandini
Baharon ne mera chaman loot kar – Devar
Kaun gali gaye shyam – Pakeezah
Tu jo mere sur men – Chitchor
Na jao saiyan chhuda ke baiyan – Sahib Biwi Aur Ghulam
Din sara guzara tore angana – Junglee
Mainu ishq lag gaya rog – Dil Hai Ke Maanta Nahin
Surmayi akhiyonmen nanha munna ek sapna de jaa re – Sadma
Apni kaho kuch meri suno – Parchhain
Ai meri johara zabeen, tujhe maaloom nahin – Waqt
Chandan ka palana resham ki dori – Shabab
More kaanha jo aaye palat ke – Sardari Begum
Raghuvar tumako meri laaj (Bhajan)

Raga: Puriya Dhanashri


Tori Jai Jai Kartaar – Baiju Bawra
Ruk jao banavasi ram – Sampurna Ramayan
Rut aa gayi re, rut chha gayi re – 1947:Earth
Hai rama yeh kya hua – Rangeela
Meri sanson ko jo mehaka rahi hai – Badalte Rishtey
Tumne kya kya kiya hai hamare liye – Prem Geet

Raga: Rageshri


Mohabbat aisi dhadkan hai – Anarkali
Mere sang ga gunguna – Janwar
Kaun aaya mere manke dwaare – Dekh Kabira Roya
Mitva bole mithe bain – Parichay

Raga: Sarang


Aa laut ke aaja mere meet – Rani Roopmati
Savan aye ya na aye – Dil Diya Dard Liya
Dair-o-harammen basne waalon – Ghazal by Jagjit Singh
Saawan rut aaye dekho balam – Album (Piya Basanti)

Raga: Shudh Kalyan


Chand phir nikala – Paying Guest
Meri muhabbat javan rahegi – Janwar
Jahaan daal daal par sone ki cheediyaan – Sikandar-e-Azam
Chaand phir nikala, magar tum na aaye – Paying Guest
Rasik balama – Chori Chori

Raga: Shankara
Rumajhuma rumajhuma chala tihari – Tansen
Bolo bolo kanha bolo chhaliya – Chhaliya

Raga: Shivranjani
Aawaz deke hamem tum bulao – Professor
Jaane kahaan gaye wo din – Mera Naam Joker
Sansar hai ek nadiya – Raftaar
Khabar meri naa lini re bahut din bite – Sant Gyaneshwar
Mere naina savan bhado – Mehbooba
Banake kyun bigada re – Zanjeer
Ai mere sanam ai mere sanam, do jism magar ek jaan – Sangam
Dil ke jharokhe mein tujhko bithakar – Bramhachari
Tere mere beech mein – Ek Duje ke liye
Kahin deep jale kahin dil – Bees Saal Baad
Tumhe dekhti hun to lagta hai aise – Tumhare Liye
Bahaaro phool barasaao, mera mehboob aaya hai – Suraj
Yaad teri aayegi, mujhko bara sataayegi – Ek Jaan Hain Ham

Raga: Sindh Bhairavi
Ajahun na aye balma – Sanjh Aur Savera
Chhod gaye balam – Barsaat (old)

Raga: Sohni
Jhumati gayi hawa, yaad aa gaya koi – Sangeet Samrat Tansen
Kuhu kuhu bole koyaliya – Swarn Sundari
Prem jogan ban ke – Mughal-e-Azam

Raga: Sur Malhar
Dar lage garaje badariya – Ram Rajya

Raga: Tilang
Chhup gaye saare nazaare hoye kya baat ho gayi – Do Raaste
Chota sa baalama akhiyaan neend udaaye le gayo – Ragini
Rehte the kabhi jinake dil mein ham jaan se bhi – Mamta
Yahi armaan lekar aaj apne – Shabab
Itna to yaad hai mujhe – Mehboob ki Mehndi
Meri kahani bhulnevale – Deedar
Sajna sang kahe neha lagae – Main Nashe Me Hun
Lagan tose lagi balma – Dekh Kabir Roya

Raga: Tilak Kamod
Dil-e-nadaan tujhe hua kya – Mirza Ghalib
Tumhare bin ji na lage gharmen – Bhumika
Jalta rahata din raina

Raga: Todi
Insan bano – Baiju Bawra
Mai to ek khvab hun – Himalaya Ki God Mein
Duniya na bhaye mohe, ab to bulale – Basant Bahar
Sun rasiya sun rasiya, kaahe ko jalaaye jiya aaja – Nagin
Too hai mera prem devta – Kalpana
Khuda e baratara teri jaminpar – Taj Mahal

Raga: Vrindavani Sarang
Jhutimuti batiya avan kahe – Rudali

Raga: Yaman
Aansu bhari hain ye jeevan ki raahein – Parvarish
Aap ke anurodh pe, main ye geet sunaata hoon – Anurodh
Bhooli huyi yaadon, mujhe itna na sataao – Sanjog
Chandan sa badan, chanchal chitavan – Saraswati Chandra
Chupa lo dil mein yoon pyaar mera – Mamta
Do naina matawaare tihaare, ham par zulm karen – Chhoti Bahan
Inhi logon ne le leena dupatta mera – Pakeezah
Jaane vaale se mulaaqaat na hone paayi – Amar
Jab deep jale aana, jab shaam dhale aana – Chitchor
Jiya le gayo re mora saanwariya – Anpadh
Mausam hai aashikaana, ai dil kahin se unko – Pakeezah
Nigahen milane ko jee chahata hai – Dil Hi To Hai
O ram ji, bada dukh deena – Ram Lakhan
Woh shaam kuchh ajeeb thi, ye shaam bhi ajeeb hai – Khamoshi
Ranjish hi sahi, dil hi dukhane ke liye aa (Ghazal)

Raga: Yaman Kalyan
Abhi na jayo chhor kar, ke dil abhi bhara nahi – Hum Dono
Ahsaan tera hoga mujh par – Junglee
Beeti na bitaayi raina – Parichay
Is mor se jaate hain – Aandhi
Lagta nahin hai dil mera – Laal Quila
Preetam aan milo
Saaranga teri yaad mein, nain huye bechain – Saaranga
Tere husn ki kya taarif karoon – Leader
Wo jab yaad aaye, bahut yaad aaye – Parasmani
Zindagi bhar naheen bhoolegi wo barsaat ki raat – Barsaat Ki Raat
Aaj jaane ki zid na karo (Geet)
Shri ram chandra kripaalu bhaj man (Bhajan)

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MUSIC & SPIRITUALITY – SANDHANA (Sangeet aur Sadhana)

While I have been thinking of this topic for a while now, my recent participation at the 80th Birthday celebrations of my Master – Shri Parthasarathy Rajagopalachari in Tiruppur prompted me to go deeper and post this in its current form. I am sure I will work and refine contents as time progresses and my knowledge and understanding also grows.

 

During the second day of the celebration Master mentioned that the uniqueness of music is that it touches ones mind, body and soul. During one of my blessed opportunities to be with Him while He was listening to some great music, one of the abhyasis remarked it to be “beautiful music” to which Master said, “That is not how you praise music, you say “soulful music”. This struck a chord with me. Though the topic of discussion about music and its relevance to Spirituality has been intriguing me for a while, I believe my recent introduction to Hindustani music, interaction with folks who admire, practice and listen to ‘soulful’ music and recent opportunity to listen to some great performance by Begum Parveen Sultana in Tiruppur, India on 23rd July motivated me to try and make this posting. The topic being music ( Sangeet) and the motivation being Practice of Spirituality (Sadhana), I choose to call this article SANDHANA!

 

Ever since I read the human intelligences mentioned in one of my earlier blogs, I have paid extra attention to MUSICAL intelligence- hence the music I listen to and its effect on my mind.

 

In parallel, as often mentioned in my previous blogs, one activity that has helped us stay in pursuit of the REAL goal has been spirituality thru our system Sahaj Marg. With constant remembrance and practice I have come to realize that the sensitivity to and the very essence of universal love has significantly been enhanced.

 

It is in the past few weeks that I have started to indulge in specific kinds of music in association with spirituality. I have been gradually yet very tastefully and with high impact been introduced to the Hindustani Classical Music. The raaga system is unique for Hindustani Classical Music. A raaga has a specific melodic structure with arrangement of notes. Certain essential features are extremely necessary to establish a raaga. In the Hindustani Classical Music sphere, raagas are many and each has its distinctive qualities. Besides there is a broad time cycle which is followed while rendering a raaga. By the definition which is normally used to define a raaga, the most prominent feature which stands out is that a raaga should ‘color’ or please the minds of the listeners

 

I have realized thru experience that there is a scientific and spiritual reason for certain raagas being listened to during certain times of the day. For a week I experimented with listening to specific raagas as prescribed. I took help from a dear friend and practitioner of Hindustani music to set all the songs in a sequence such that I could play them during that part of the day. I set my iPOD alarm in the docking station to wake me up to the morning raaga (Bhatiyar @4am; Bhairav @ 6am; Ahir Bhairav, Rishab, Komal @ 8; Bahiravi, Jaunpuri @ 10am;Brindavani and Gaud Sarang @ noon during lunch and as the afternoon faded away Multani at 2pm and Poorvi and Shree at 4pm; Yaman and Pooriya at 6pm to the evening raagas Desh and Kedar at 8pm and eventually Bhageshri and Chandra kaus to take me thru to mid-night.

 

The result has such profound impact on me and my activities – work, eating habits, workout, thinking, meditation in particular that I felt like I was constantly in a state of meditation if I may say so. Like I have always felt, experience is the best validation and often times one cannot find right words to explain the greatest of the experiences. When you are overcome by love and embedded in that Universal Love is the divinity itself, one can hardly miss how rest of the faculties are in harmony in any activity undertaken.

 

Just like a great session of meditation, is hard to explain and one ends up using expressions like taking a dive deep inward and realizing the pleasure, swimming in the ocean of bliss, feeling light and clear headed etc.

 

Like for all activities we are involved in, it is best if we are in the right state of mind before indulging into it, the combination of right music and spirituality has certainly helped. The topic was so intriguing to me that I decided to do some research on the net to find out if mine was a unique feeling or was there a true connection. I spoke to some exponents of both – deep into meditation and some deep into Music and some both. While most of them did not necessarily link the two in sync, at different times they had been able to realize the pure joy of one in the other. Great music sessions – either singing personally or listening to great music had moved them into a meditative state. For others, being in deep meditation was like listening to a heart warming concert.

 

I must admit that it takes a while for the classic bollywood and light rock listeners to even fathom the idea let alone listen to Hindustani classical all day and appreciate it, realize it, internalize it, make the connection and retain the state of bliss if I may call it.

I have ventured to find some relevant aspects of Raagas here. Hope they help and motivate you to experience this wonderful zone of “Sandhana”.

 

OVERVIEW OF RAAGAS:

The raag is the most important concept that any student of Indian music should understand. The Hindi/Urdu word “raag” is derived from the Sanskrit “raaga” which means “color, or passion”. It is linked to the Sanskrit word “ranj” which means “to color”. Therefore raag may be thought of as an acoustic method of coloring the mind of the listener with an emotion. This is fine as a general concept but what is it musically? It is not a tune, melody, scale, mode, or any concept for which an English word exists. It is instead a combination of different characteristics. It is these characteristics which define the raag. Here are the characteristics.

There must be the notes of the raag. They are called the swar. This concept is similar to the Western solfege.

There must also be a modal structure. This is called thaat in North Indian music and mela in carnatic music. There is also the jati. Jati is the number of notes used in the raag.

There must also be the ascending and descending structure. This is called arohana /avarohana.

Another characteristic is that the various notes do not have the same level of significance. Some are important and others less so. The important notes are called vaadi and samvaadi.

There are often characteristic movements to the raag. This is called either pakad or swaroop.In addition to the main characteristics of raag, there are some other less important ones. For instance raags have traditionally been attributed to particular time of the day They have also been anthropomorphize into families of male and female raags etc.). There is a tendency to downgrade the importance of these aspects due to their irrational and unscientific nature.

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Kabir…the mystic poet

About six hundred years ago Kabir was born in India in 1398 AD. He lived for 120 years and is said to have relinquished his body in 1518. This period is also said to be the beginning of Bhakti Movement in India.

A weaver by profession, Kabir ranks among the world’s greatest poets. Back home in India, he is perhaps the most quoted author.

Kabir openly criticized all sects and gave a new direction to the Indian philosophy. This is due to his straight forward approach that has a universal appeal. It is for this reason that Kabir is held in high esteem all over the world. To call Kabir a universal Guru is not an exaggeration. I was so moved by his teachings, life, dohas and songs that I was prompted to name my son Kabir – as one of the five names we are supposed to give when he was born. My Guruji, Shri Chariji has also mentioned several times that he was one of the souls that was pure and liberated.

I have been personally very deeply influenced by reading Kabir. Following Kabir means understanding one’s inner self, realizing oneself, accepting oneself as is, and becoming harmonious with one’s surroundings.

While Kabir was introduced to me when I was a little kid – the first of the verses being “Dukh me sumiran sab karen….and was asked memorize and recite the same first in class as part of our primary school syllabus in Central School, then on stage at a gathering……all that stayed with me were the verses not its meaning….until later in life, with my heart seeking philosophy, spirituality, meaning….came to seek deeper meanings.

Coming from the classic middle class family of Brahmins, the doha ..oonche kul me janam liya….karni oonch na koyi….certainly drove home a point or two very early in my life.

Another reason I took to Kabir was because of the primary message that God is simple and one’s approach has to be simple to seek Him. Kabir and his writings are simple. Yet in his simplicity are all the difficulties. Aren’t all simple things complicated? On the face of it, Kabir says not much, but between the lines, he tends to shake up the entire universe.

I wish I had a stronger inclination, knowledge and talent to write more and translate more of his work to highlight its impact on everyone’s daily life. One of my favorites among his mystic songs is the following…..I love to listen to it sung by Pandit Kumar Gandharva. I am even more moved when a couple of my abhyasi friends in our mission sing it with such reverence and submission.

Ud Jayega Huns Akela,
Jug Darshan Ka Mela
Jaise Paat Gire Taruvar Se,
Milna Bahut Duhela
Naa Jane Kidhar Girega,
Lageya Pawan Ka Rela
Jub Howe Umur Puri,
Jab Chute Ga Hukum Huzuri
Jum Ke Doot Bade Mazboot,
Jum Se Pada Jhamela
Das Kabir Har Ke Gun Gawe,
Wah Har Ko Paran Pawe
Guru Ki Karni Guru Jayega,
Chele Ki Karni Chela

This link is one of the best I found about collection of Kabir songs and their meanings. With sincere thanks to the author of this site, here is the link.

http://www.boloji.com/kabir/mysticsongs/index.htm

 

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Eh maalik tere ba.nde hum

aise ho hamaare karam
nekii par chale.n
aur badii se Tale.n
taaki ha.nsate huye nikale dam

jab zulmo.n kaa ho saamanaa
tab tuu hii hame.n thaamanaa
vo buraaI kare.n
ham bhalaaI bhare.n
nahii.n badale kii ho kaamanaa
ba.Dh uThe pyaar kaa har kadam
aur miTe bair kaa ye bharam
nekii par chale.n

ye a.ndheraa ghanaa chhaa rahaa
teraa inasaan ghabaraa rahaa
ho rahaa bekhabar
kuchh na aataa nazar
sukh kaa suuraj chhipaa jaa rahaa
hai terii roshanii me.n vo dam
jo amaavas ko kar de puunam
nekii par chale.n

ba.Daa kamazor hai aadamii
abhii laakho.n hai.n isame.n kamii.n
par tuu jo kha.Daa
hai dayaaluu ba.Daa
terii kR^ipaa se dharatii thamii
diyaa tuune jo hamako janam
tuu hii jhelegaa ham sabake Gam
nekii par chale.n

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