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Mana Tarapata Hari Darashana
Film Name:Baiju Bawara
Singer(s)Mohd Rafi    
Lyricist:Shakeel Badayuni 
Save Mana Tarapata Hari DarashanaPrint Mana Tarapata Hari DarashanaFilm Name: Baiju Bawara
Year: 1952
Singer(s): Mohd Rafi
Lyricist: Shakeel Badayuni
Musician(s): Naushad

hari om hari om hari om hari om
man tarpat hari darshan ko aaj (2)

more tum bin bigade sagare kaaj
ho binti karat hoon rakhiyo laaj
man tarpat hari darshan ko aaj

tumare dwaar ka main hoon jogi
aaa aaa aaa aaa
tumare dwaar ka main hoon jogi
hamari aor najar kab hogi
suno more vyaakul man ka baaj
man tarpat hari darshan ko aaj (2)

bin guru gyaan kahaan se paau
aaa aaa aaa aaa
bin guru gyaan kahaan se paau
deejo daan hari gun gaau
sab guni jan pe tumara raaj
man tarpat hari darshan ko aaj (2)

murli manohar aas na todo
dukh bhanjan mora saath na chhodo
mohe darshan bhiksha de do aaj

-- Contributed by Chitralekha
-- Sept 07, 2003
Remarks - extra Information
Naushad says that, ever since he saw the results that Rafi gave him first in Dillagi and then in Dulari, he had been on the lookout for a theme in which he would be able to explore every vista of this fantastically gifted voice. Such a theme, points out Naushad, came his way with Baiju Bawra. As Naushad explains it:
"Rafi those days used to feel concerned that, though singing extensively, he had not been able to create the same impact as Talat Mehmood or Mukesh. 'Well, here's your chance", I said. 'This Baiju Bawra theme offers you the kind of vocal challenge which, if you meet, you will find yourself made for life.'
"Of course in saying that, I could not know, at the time, that the film would become an all-time musical classic. But about one thing I could be sure - that the theme offered me scope to create the kind of music that Rafi alone could articulate. And the scale of effor that Rafi put in during our elaborate rehearsals was something to commend in this singer, even if he was young, strong and tireless.
I can't ever forget, for instance, the vocally meticulous manner in which Rafi explored the dfferent stages in which O duniya ke rakhwale is picturised. My diary shows that we rehearsed O duniya ke rakhwale for 21 days, Insaan bano for 17 days and Man tarpat for 14 days. "

These 3 songs thus marked Rafi-Naushad's epogee. Can you name which ragas these songs have been set in?


The answers are

O Duniya Ke Rakhwale - Darbaari Kanhra
Insaan Bano Karlo - Todi Gurjari
Man Tarpat Hari Darshan - Malkauns (Parvati Ji Ki Lagan Ka Raag)
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