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Lyric and background history of song dui hridoyer nodi

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Parjaay: Anushthanik (6)

Taal: Jhaptaal

Raag: Sahana

Written on: 1881

Collection: Robichhaya

Swarabitan: 55

Notation by: Not known

Notes: This song was first published in the monsoon of 1881 along with three more songs. They are, Shubhodine esechhe dnohe..., Dui Hridayer nadi..., Jagater purohit tumi..., and Tumi hey premer robi... .

These songs were written on the occasion of the marriage of Leelabati, the fourth daughter of Raj Narayan Basu with Krishna Kumar Mitra on 25th July 1881. Raj Narayan Basu was once appointed as a tutor for Rabindranath in his childhood. These were the first songs written by the poet for a marriage. He had attached a note for Jogindranath Basu, elder son of Raj Narayan, that read,

'I hereby, send you two songs for the marriage. Please accept if approved.'

The two songs were Dui Hridayer nadi -Sahana/Jhaptaal and Mahaguru, Duti Chhatra Esechhe Tomar - Jayjayanti/ Jhaptaal. Apart from other minor changes the first line was changed as 'Shubhodine Esechhe Dnohe Charone Tomar...'.

Sahana Devi in her memoir Smritir Kheya had quoted her mother saying how Rabindranath himself had sung the song in his incredibly powerful voice.

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Transliteration in English

Dui hridayer nodee ekatra mililo jadi
Balo,debo, kaar paane aagrahe chutia jai.
Sanmukhe rayeche taar   tumi premparabar,
Tomari anantahride dutite milate chai.
Sei asha kari duijane miliyache,
Sei eak lakkha dhari duijane chaliyache.
Pathe badha shato shato,  Pashan parbat kato,
Dui bale ek haye bhaniya phelibe tai.
Abosheshe jeebaner mahajatra phuraile
Tomari sneher kole  jano ashrai mile,
Duti hridayer sukh  duti hridayer dukh
Duti hridayer asha milaye tomar pai.

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