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Lyric and background history of song oi mahamanab ase

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Parjaay: Anushthanik Sangeet (16)

Taal: Kaharwa

Raag: Bhairavi

Written on: 1941 (1 Boishakh 1348)

Swarabitan: 55

Notation by: Shantideb Ghosh

Notes: In 1942 Rabindranath had once written to Shantidev Ghosh in a letter in connection 'Vaanee Prarthana' at the Bengali New Year celebration - "Soumya (Soumendranath Tagore had once told me to write a poetry expressing appraisal for the human race, just like I have written in appraisal for machines. I did write a poetry for the perpose which is a bit lengthy. The song is the shorter version of that. This is one of the last songs written by Gurudev. The other song is "Hey Nuton Dekha Dik...".

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Transliteration in English

Oi mahamanabo aase  
Dike dike romancha lage
Martyadhoolir ghase ghase   
Suraloke beje othe sankha,
Naraloke baje jayadonko  
Elo mahajanmer lagno  
Aaji amaratrir durgatoran jato
Dhoolitale hoye galo bhagnaa  
Udayashikare jage  mabhoi mabhoi 
Nabajeebaner aswase  
Joyo joyo joyo re manaba abbhuday 
Mandri uthilo mahakashe

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