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Lyric and background history of song agnisikha eso eso

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Parjaay: Anushthanik (17)

Taal: Kaharwa

Raag: Iman-Kalyan

Written on: 1923 (4 Boishakh 1330)

Published in: Shantiniketan Patrika

Swarabitan: 30

Notation by: Anadikumar Dastidar

Notes: Around 1922 an English lady from Calcutta took the job of training girls to form 'Girl Guide'. To meet the requirement of this team this was written. This team was at first named 'Grihadeep' and then it was changed to 'Sahayika' and was dissolved later. This song has been included in the drama "Grihaprabesh". It is also used at the time of inauguration 'lamp lighting' at annual convocation of Sriniketan.

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Transliteration in English

Agnishikha, eso eso, aano aano aalo.
Dukkhe sukhe ghore ghore grihodip jwalo.
Ano shokti, ano dipti, ano shanti, ano tripti,
Ano snigdho bhalobasha, ano nityo bhalo.
Esho punnyo potho beye esho hey kalyani --
Subho supti, subho jagorono deho ani.
Dukkho raate matri beshe jege thako nirnimeshe
Anondo-utsabe tobo subhro hashi dhalo

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