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Lyric and background history of song aj barosar rup heri

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This page contains lyric of Tagore song aj barosar rup heri and its transliteration in English with background history. Background of the song includes the place and date of the song written by Rabindranath, name of the newspaper or magazine the song was first published in and the name of the person who had prepared the notation or swaralipi. This page also contains the musical composition of song like parjaay, taal, raag and ango.

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Parjaay: Prakriti (114)

Upa-parjaay: Borsha (89)

Written on: 1910 (25/06/1910 11 Asharh 1317)

Place: Bolpur

Published in: Geetabitan' 2nd edition, Magh 1348

Collection: Geetanjali

Swarabitan: Notation not available

Notes: Saroj Chandra Majumdar (Bhola), a student of Shantiniketan had died of cardiac faiure on this day. Srisha Chandra Majumdar's son and Santosh Chandra Majumdar was his elder brother. Three years back Shomindranath had died of cholera while he went to visit Saroj's maternal uncle's home at Mungher. The poet tried his best till the last with his biochemic knowledge and sat anxiously at the bedside of the poor student. It may be merely a coincedence that Shomindranath passed away at Saroj's home and Saroj died in front of Shomi's father. This song was written on the morning next day.

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Transliteration in English

Aaj baroshar rup heri maanober maajhey  
Cholechhey garoji, cholechhey nibiro saajey.
Hridaye taahar nachiya utthichhey bhima,
Dhaaite dhaaite lop korey chaley seema,
Kon taaronay megher sohit meghe
Bokkhe bokkhe miliya bajro baajey.
Punje punje durey sudurer paaney
Daley daley chaley, kyano chaley naahi jaane.
Jaane naa kichhui kon mahaadritale
Gobhir sraabone goliya poribe jale,
Naahi jaaney taar ghanoghor samaarohe
Kon se bhishon jibon maron raaje.

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