10 Devotional Hindu songs, Religious divine music

 7. Tu Pyar ka Sagar Hai :

Touching to the core of heart! This song requires no words of appreciation or recognition. Just close your eyes and heal your soul.

You will surely where those people gone, who had produced such wonderful music. You may call it Bhajan or prayer but its really wonderfully produced by legends in 1955, penned by Shailendra, devotional voice of Manna Dey and music by Shankar-Jaikishan, sung in ” Rag Darbari “, and super presentation by marvelous Balraj Sahni & Nutan this song will always remain immortal.

This is the essence & phalsapha of life – Tu pyar ka sagar hai , Teri ek boond ke pyase hum !

8. Jot se jot jagate chalo ,Prem ki Ganga Bahate Chalo :

This song is part of the film based on Sant Gyaneshwar’s life, Sant Gyaneshwar was the 13th-century Marathi saint, poet, philosopher, and yogi of the Nath tradition.A great bhakti song, with a noble message to everyone to spread love to everyone, this is what humanity is required to do today to serve to those who are living depressed, deprived, poor. Based on ” Raag bhairavi ” this song’s creation involves lyrics of Bharat Vyas, divine voice of Lata Mangeshkar & Mukesh respectively, excellent composition of Laxmikant-Pyarelal any many other behind the curtain.

Young Gyaneshwar was an enlightened saint of this time, he performed many miracles and enriched Marathi Literature with his teachings.F or his whole life he worked for the common man.

No matter whether you are capable enough by materialistic means, you can easily spread this beautiful message to every single living creature by your love.

Beauty lies in each word of this song , enjoy this touching kirtan  in two separate melodious voices from same movie – Lata Mangeshkar & Mukesh .

9. Ae maalik tere bande hum :

“Prayer is not asking. Prayer is a longing of the soul. It is the daily admission of one’s weakness. It is better in prayer to have a heart without words than words without a heart.” – Mahatma Gandhi.

‘ Ae Maalik Tere bande hum ‘ from ‘Do Aankhen Barah Haath ‘.Great song with a philosophical approach. It may be a news for you, that 1957 film won a Silver Bear at the 8th Berlin International Film Festival & it was also one of the first Indian films to win the Golden Globe Award in the category Samuel Goldwyn Award.

So true words & so the prayer itself. Lyrics of legendary V Shantaram, divine voice of Lata Ji & composition of Vasant Desai made this song more powerful, whenever you need motivation from yourself , just close your eyes, play the music and go with it…

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