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Lyrics / Video of Song : O Duniya Ke Rakhwale
bhagavaan, bhagavaan bhagavaan
o duniyaa ke rakhavaale, sun dard bhare mere naale
sun dard bhare mere naale
aash niraash ke do rago se, duniyaa tune sajaai
nayyaa sag tufaan banaayaa, milan ke saath judaai
jaa dekh liyaa harajaai
o lut gai mere pyaar ki nagari, ab to nir bahaa le
ab to nir bahaa le
o ab to nir bahaa le, o duniyaa ke rakhavaale
aag bani saavan ki barasaa, phul bane agaare
naagan ban ga_i raat suhaani, patthar ban gae taare
sab tut chuke hai sahaare, o jivan apanaa vaapas le le
jivan dene vaale, o duniyaa ke rakhavaale
chaad ko dhudhe paagal suraj, shaam ko dhudhe saveraa
mai bhi dhudhu us pritam ko, ho naa sakaa jo meraa
bhagavaan bhalaa ho teraa, o qismat phuti aas na tuti
paav me pad gae chhaale, o duniyaa ke rakhavaale
mahal udaas aur galiyaa suni, chup-chup hai divaare
dil kyaa ujadaa duniyaa ujadi, ruth gai hai bahaare
ham jivan kaise guzaare, o mandir girataa phir ban jaataa
dil ko kaun sambhaale, o duniyaa ke rakhavaale
o duniyaa ke rakhavaale
Top user comments for lyrics of song "O Duniya Ke Rakhwale"
786maq on Tuesday, April 01, 2008 This is one of trh emost difficult song tsing. Only Rafi saab could have sang this....untouchable. Thisis the standard that he set and no one can match.
kqs92 on Wednesday, April 30, 2008 Lyric: Shakeel Badayuni
Music: Naushad Ali
Vocalist: Mohammad Rafi
Film: Baju Banwara 1952
Princessjasmineariel on Sunday, May 25, 2008 rafi jee sings like an angel...when i listen to his songs i can feel and understand the meaning with his voice...not many singers can do that!..sonu nigam is one of the few who in my opinion can
mianbahadurmiansahib on Wednesday, August 27, 2008 Mohammad Rafi you was great, nagdaking i am agree withyou nobody singing like great singer Mohammad Rafi in Rag darbari thanks also deepuvel for upload this orignol song Mian Asif(Spain)
delicatekatie on Tuesday, December 30, 2008 Mohammad Rafi`s voice is simply voice of god,,,how many raagas he can sing in,,,he greatest singer of all time,,,,yes in movie beju bawra ,,,Baiju bawra proved he was greater than Tansen but not recognisation,,similarly Rafi sahab is greater than even baiju Bawra,,,,,or anyone for simplicity of his nature and godly voice,,,he is greatest without comparision as his voice is godly and what is godly is greater than all as god is greatest.....Rafi sahab the genious,,
powerslavenegi on Sunday, April 26, 2009 Mohd. Raffi the greatest singer INDIA produced ever. Shakeel Badauni,Naushad and Raffi ji brought to life Baiju Bawara . The reason why these songs appeal and sooth us is because they imbody classical Indian music which was created for devotional prayers to the GODS .
Check out the Man tarpat song by Raffi ; it is actually the Raag Malkauns in Rig Veda said to be created by Goddess Parvati as a devotional prayer to Lord Shiva.
rahuldani14 on Friday, May 08, 2009 greatest song ever i heard they had to change the script to put it in this movie cause while Rafi was singing he started to bleed because it was such a heavy note, thats y its has that part where every1 starts saying he cant sing stop him. Supposedly that was the directors in the background. seriously touching song
Gothica247 on Friday, May 29, 2009 Great song and film, but whats with the echo ? Not Part of the original film ? Naushad Ali would not be happy ? Anyway, ty for posting /.
ccrich100 on Saturday, November 14, 2009 Yes, Indian history indicate that the whole purpose of music was to worship the Creator. Follows the purpose for which man was made, to love God. That and only that.
chakkar on Thursday, January 28, 2010 This is Rafi's greatest song ever. In the album "Aathvaan Sur", Naushad offers commentary on this song and it is insightful.
Nuashad said that Rafi-saab (or saheb) could not sing for three days after recording this song. Its composition covers a wide range of the raaga and, of course, multiple octaves. People, remember, this was recorded on one track, in one take (albeit after much practice)!
Rafi rerecorded this song two notes higher! It's part of "Aathvaan Sur".