RituPM :) FEELThePurityPeace&DepthINMusicINYourShr on Wednesday, October 15, 2008
Thanks a ton for uploading this!! :) This has been one of my all time
favorite Meera Bhajans since my Delhi days years back as a college student.
STILL love it just the same. LOVE singing these. Thanks to YOUTUBE and
folks who cherish music this awesome...am just sooo delighted. Life is
worth living for beautiful music itself... :) add humor, nature and awesome
sweet caring people you choose to be with - what more could one want? :)
Best to you. Always. Ritu from California.
vidyakarelia on Sunday, October 19, 2008
thanx for such a warm comment.You are mostly welcome to watch my chanel :)
123vrinda on Saturday, December 06, 2008
lovely ..bhajan ..its seems as essence of meerabai pad's are beautifully
sang by vani jairam ..thx a lotttt
V. Siddhartha on Wednesday, December 17, 2008
A masterpiece in the genre of bhajans. There are several ethereal ones,
including Aeri Mein To Prem Diwani, Jago Mohan Pyare Jago,Prabhu Tero Nam,
and Jyoti Kalash Chhalke, sung by Lataji ,but this one by Vani Jairam
brings the spiritual message of the bhakti tradition to new heights of
piety,or perhaps I should say, new DEPTHS of piety since such feelings come
from the core of one's soul. Many thanks for uploading this uplifting hymn,
V. Siddhartha on Wednesday, December 17, 2008
Let me add a compliment to Ravi Shankar's compositional genius. Where would
great voices be without such creative work by divinely inspired musicians!
vedicger108 on Friday, January 09, 2009
Laksmi Shankar sung "jo tum toro RAM" :-). I have the concert version and
the album version from 1979.
vedicger108 on Thursday, March 05, 2009
Yes. The song featured on this youtube page is by Vani Jairam composed by
Ravi Shankar. This is the song 'jo tum todo PIYA, main nahi todun" by Mira
Bai. The one cgdakshata was referring to was a song written by poet Raidasa
with the words "jo tum toro RAM, main nahi torun." Different lyrics within
the song. Lakshmi Shanar sang this song twice. Once in the album version in
1979 and the other in a concert version. :-)
vidyakarelia on Wednesday, March 11, 2009
thank you for a detailed comment :-)
kevenkat on Tuesday, May 12, 2009
My grandfather used to have LP record of Meera, and I used to listen to
these songs as a child.If you can find it,can you also upload another song
"Baala main bairaagan hoongi" also sung by Vani Jayaram in the same film?
pqrxyzus on Sunday, July 05, 2009
Vani mispronounces every word. She pronounces "jo tum todo piya" as "jaw tum todo piya". Now, I seriously wish Lord Krishna were a boxer! :-)
MsIjklm on Monday, November 09, 2009
i think vani is quite appropriate as the singer for this movie 'cause hema has a south accent too. it creates a good harmony. i think hema just fits meera's role. she has a purity about her; i think that is required for a devotional role.
RituPM :) FEELThePurityPeace&DepthINMusicINYourShr on Monday, November 23, 2009
BEAUTIFUL Example of Scintillating Sitar Composition in this!! :) It
absolutely drenches the listeners' audio senses in sheer musical euphoria!
:) Have always LOVED this Meera bhajan, sung very beautifully by Vani
Jayaram. :) Thanks for uploading Vani Jayaram Meera bhajans. Look forward
to MORE! :) The sitar rendition sure is "out of this world" here. :) LOVE
it. Best Always, Ritu, California, Nov' 22, 09.
bharti5162 on Wednesday, January 27, 2010
The Sitar is divine because the music is composed by Pandit Ravi Shankar
nandu1f on Friday, February 19, 2010
Meera's bhajan's broke the dam for me and I started appreciating bhakti
ras. In this one Vani Jairam is really superb as was Lata in the other one
from "Jhanak Jhanak Payal..." movie. For some reason, Hema Malini comes out
so flat in this one in her acting. Just does not convey Meerabai's anguish
Nilanjana777 on Friday, May 07, 2010
Wow, another beautiful one, and the sitar peices r splendid
jayalakshmysnair on Wednesday, June 22, 2011
.I would love to have whole translation of this song..will you be able to help ...
hunkysociologist on Wednesday, November 23, 2011
@nandu1f There's always a beautiful confidence in devotion where devotees
like Meera bai are concerned. Even in external anguish, there's a calm
interior. I think that Hema's expressions, which vary between half smiles
and frowns, capture this perfectly. :)
samaganam on Thursday, December 22, 2011
String work is just awesome+vani jayaram adds so much life.truly wonderful.
Puranic Films on Monday, April 30, 2012
South Indian Meera!
samaganam on Saturday, May 12, 2012
what a song my lord!meera kahee prabhu braj ke vaasi tum mere thakur main
tere daasi!! Awesome!!! Meera Maata ki jai!!
shivling shambhu on Thursday, September 20, 2012
Jai Shree Krushna. Great Meerabai!!! Sant Meeraji KI jai,jai,jai!!! Mera
bollynerd on Sunday, January 06, 2013
You may choose to snap the heart strings, O Lord, but I never could .If
I snap those ties that bind you hearts together, whom could I ever bind
those strings with.