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Lyrics / Video of Song : Tumhre Gun Gaaye, Bigade Bana Do Kaam Hamare
tumhre gun gaaye
bigade bana do kaam hamare
aaj gaawat man mero jhoomke
teri taan bhagwaan
haar gaya so jeevan jaave
jeeta gaayak duniya paave
rakhiyo ab mori shaan re
prem ke kaaran premi gaave
taano se patthar pighlaave
jagat mein rahe maan re
saat suro ke madhur milan mein jaadu aaj jaga de
baiju ke sangeet se daata jal mein aag laga de
Top user comments for lyrics of song "Tumhre Gun Gaaye, Bigade Bana Do Kaam Hamare"
Milahi1935 on Thursday, July 26, 2012 It is not only the rapid moorkian, it is also at how high a range at which
u give those rapid moorkian. The winner of the competition was decided by
the criteria of the highest range and the most rapid moorkian. This is
supposed to be the most difficult part of singing. I have heard yesudas go
up quite high but not as high as noor jahan in "rassilay moray raassia
najaria milaa" in film mousiqar. She was singing raga Aiman for only six
minutes. I have many great singers like barray ghulam Ali kh
Milahi1935 on Monday, March 19, 2012 The contest was decided by the winner taking his voice higher and giving
moorkian at that high range. At 4:24 paluskar tries to take his voice up
but the voice is not strong enough and weakens a little. Again at the end,
paluskar takes the voice up very high and gives the rapid moorkian, but the
voice changes it's haracter and becomes a little shrill. Ustad ameer khan
is not required to take his voice too high as Tansen has to loose. This
absence of very high range in these two great singers m
nworb on Monday, February 22, 2010 i could be wrong but I think the raags produced an affect on the person. It
made you feel like rain or sunshine or morning. If the singer is a really
good superior singer, not just a superior singer but sang from the heart in
addition, they can do it. I have tested out the affect of malhar n ahir
bhairav on my bf who knows nothing about raags at all n never listens to
them n he correctly told me the atmosphere and the colors associated with
nworb on Monday, February 22, 2010 Also my dad told me how back in the days they'd have public performances
where renowned singers would get together n would sing Basant raag for
example. They would surround the ppl with white tents and their singing was
soooo powerful that after a while the sheets would appear yellow to the
public. Yellow is the colour associated with Basant.
BhuvaneshB on Sunday, May 10, 2009 Tumhre gun gaaye Bigade bana do kaam hamare Aaj gaawat man mero jhoomke
Teri taan bhagwaan Haar gaya so jeevan jaave Jeeta gaayak duniya paave
Rakhiyo ab mori shaan re Prem ke kaaran premi gaave Taano se patthar
pighlaave Jagat mein rahe maan re Saat suro ke madhur milan mein jaadu aaj
jaga de Baiju ke sangeet se daata jal mein aag laga de
mrg69191 on Friday, September 10, 2010 @raniisc14 There are still some of us who can summon devas when we sing and
we don't want to win an award to prove ourselves to the world. These vidyas
are not meant for men who cannot understand them. Therefore, we will never
expose our techniques to the asuric civilization of the world because it is
best if they are hidden.
Milahi1935 on Saturday, October 06, 2012 This is one of the greatest duets of all times. Present day singers should
sing this again and see if they can sing better than these two masters. To
sing this duet nicely, one would have to have great range and the ability
to go up to three and a half or four octaves. High range is a gift that
very very few singers have.
mrg69191 on Friday, September 10, 2010 @raniisc14 exactly. but of-course you can't believe it. Someone like you
does not need to believe it. you can live in your own boundaries and learn
never to cross them. I delights me to know that I can truly call myself one
of the rare ones to see miracles like the ones i mentioned. Dhanyavaad.
carlosmangela on Sunday, March 02, 2008 The film was directed by my great-grandfather and it was practically the
first time in history that such legends got together on such a grand
scale.And this was an earth-shattering duet between 2 colossal giants!
Thank you materialworlds for uploading this rare video.
mrg69191 on Tuesday, April 27, 2010 @uptothe They still do it now, In my ashram when Pandit Jasraj or Maniram
used to sing a black would only over the ashram come and make it rain. And
they could even attract deer that would otherwise never show their presence
to Humans. And I have seen it with my eyes.