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Lyric and background history of song ke jay amritadhamjatri

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This page contains lyric of Tagore song ke jay amritadhamjatri 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: Puja (252)

Upa-parjaay: Aashwas

Raag: Behag

Taal: Choutaal

Anga: Dhrupad

Written on: 1896

Swarabitan: 24

Notation by: Kangalicharan Sen

Notes: This song has both Madhyams and both Nishads.

This song was written to commemorate the death anniversary of Ram Mohan Roy. A meeting was organised for the purpose on 27th September 1896, afternoon at the City college auditorium of Mirzapur Street that was presided by Piyarimohan Mukhopadhyay. Another meeting had to be organised hastily to cope up with the huge crowd that had gathered on the lawn within the college campus. It was presided over by Nagendranath Chattopadhyay. Rabindranath had to deliver long lectures for both the meetings and sing this song.

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Transliteration in English

Ke jaay amritodhaamjatri.
Aaji e gohon timirratri
Kaanpe nobho joygaane.
Anondorob srobone laage supto hridoy chomki jaage
Chahi dekhe pothopaane.
Ogo roho roho morey daaki loho koho aaswasbani.
Jabo ohoroho sathe sathe
Sukhe dukhe shoke diboshe raate
Oporajito praane.

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