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Comments for lyrics of song "Banglis"
ranu on Friday, November 22, 2013 My interpretation of the music video: In Indian culture, when a girl gets
married, she is supposedly leaving her own family behind, and she becomes
the daughter of her in-laws. Thus the woman is reminiscing about the time
with her father/grandfather. After marriage, she had to part with him, and
now looking back, her bangles are reminding her of her youth and her days
with her father/grandfather.
mohammed ali on Friday, February 15, 2013 this is a copy of the meaning so take your time to read it. "My Gold bangle
My parallel compromise To yield a heart or entrust your heart It’s all a
parallel compromise Whatever passage you see fit to walk Is a parallel
compromise To yield a heart or entrust your heart A parallel compromise In
our eyes where dreams are birthed Where love is displayed so majestically
And those who have seen now embracing it May they always be joined with
love? Remaining as is, and never parted Close to love"
Safina Tee on Saturday, September 12, 2015 Miranda A it's about a young girl being married off and leaving her father.
Moving from paternal to marital home. Her bangles (given when you get
married) represent that. She's singing about that. How her bangles are the
'money' representing her life being 'sold' to someone else.
Mirlande AIJN3 on Friday, October 26, 2012 may someone explain this to me? what is the video about? why are they
crying? and what is the translation of the lyrics? Im from miami, fl my
culture is haitian, so i dont understand but i can appreciate other
thehunk35 on Friday, August 23, 2013 it punjabi language, meanings are bit like this: (lady addressing to her
gold bangle) O! Gold Bangle! It's a same trade as giving a heart to some
one and / or then asking for heart young lady is daughter of an old man