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Lyric and background history of song krishnakoli ami tarei

Song of Rabindranath Tagore

This page contains lyric of Tagore song krishnakoli ami tarei 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: Bichitro (75)

Taal: Ardha Jhaptaal

Style: Kirtan

Anga: Kirtan

Written on: 1900/1931 (4 Asharh 1307)

Collection: Khonika

Swarabitan: 13

Notation by: Dinendranath Tagore


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Transliteration in English

Krishnokoli ami tarei boli kalo tare bale gayer lok
Meghla dine dekhechilem mathe kalo meyer kalo harin chokh
Ghomta mathai chilo na tar mote mukto bani pither pare lote
Kalo? Ta se jatoi kalo hok, dekhechi tar kalo harin chokh

Ghano meghe adhar holo dekhe daktechilo shymal duti gai
Syama meye basto byakul pade kutir hote trasto alo tai
Akash-pane hani jugal bhru sunle barek megher guru guru
Kalo? Ta se jatoi kalo hok, dekhechi tar kalo harin chokh

Pube batas alo hathat dheye dhaner khete kheliye galo dhau
Aler dhare dariyechilem aka mather majhe ar chilo na keu
Amar pane dekhle k na cheye ami jani ar jane sei meye
Kalo? Ta se jatoi kalo hok, dekhechi tar kalo harin chokh

Amni kare kalo kajon megh jaistho mase ase ishan kone
Amni kare kalo komol chaya ashar mase name tamal bane
Amni kare shrabon-rajonite hathat khushi ghaniye ase chite
Kalo? Ta se jatoi kalo hok, dekhechi tar kalo harin chokh

Krishnokoli ami tarei boli ar ja bale baluk anno lok
Dekhechilem moynaparar mathe kalo meyer kalo harin chokh
Mathaya` pore  daya ni tule baas, lajja pabar paya ni aabokash.
Kaalo ? Taa se jatoi kaalo hok, dekhichi taar kaalo horino-chokh.

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