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Prabodh Chandra Dey (May 1, 1919 − October 24, 2013), known by his stage name Manna Dey, was an internationally acclaimed and celebrated Indian ... Read More

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Manna Dey Bhajans - The Divine Path

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There have been many Bollywood bhajans, but none can match the magic of "Yashomati Maiya Se Bole Nandlala Song" from Satyam Shivam Sundaram. It is one of the best Manna Dey bhajans, without a doubt. This Manna Dey bhajan is about the young Lord Krishna and his discussions with his mother Yashoda, wherein he asks why he has a dark skin tone while Radha, his love and compatriot, has a fair skin tone. One of the most beautiful Manna Dey bhajans, this bhajan will bring a smile to your face while you walk on the path of spirituality.


This bhajan is sung by Lata Mangeshkar and Manna Dey and has lyrics by Pandit Narendra Sharma and music by Laxmikant Pyarelal. The Manna Dey bhajan is played across the country in Krishna temples, especially around Krishna Janmashtami. This annual Hindu festival celebrates the birth of the eighth avatar of Vishnu, Krishna. The festival is celebrated with enthusiasm and pomp across the country, and even in western countries like the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Celebrated on the eighth day of the Hindu month of Bhadrava, Krishna Janmashtami, also known as Gokulashatami, is greeted by happy devotees of Krishna. One of the best Manna Dey bhajans ever!


If you want to download the best Manna Dey bhajans, you just cannot miss out on the popular bhajan "Bhagat Ke Bas Mein Hai Bhagwan Song" from Shabab. Sung by Manna Dey, the bhajan has music by Naushad and lyrics by Shakeel Badayuni. One of the most popular Manna Dey bhajans, "Bhagat Ke Bas Mein Hai Bhagwan", talks about the fact that the Almighty is in control of devotees who are in complete awe of the almighty. In this bhajan, which is considered by many as one of the most beautiful Manna Dey bhajans, it is being told that the Almighty may be regarded as the most powerful one by the devotee, but the almighty needs the devotees as much they need him. When you listen to Manna Dey bhajans such as this bhajan, you come across the fact that spirituality is an ongoing and profound process that helps us gain invaluable insights about ourselves, the world around us, and the divine path of spirituality where everyone is treated as equal. One of the best Manna Dey bhajans for sure!


If you want to hear Manna Dey bhajans that would make you introspect the world deep down inside, "Kaal Ka Pahiya" from Chanda Aur Bijli is a must-hear for you. Sung by Manna Dey, the bhajan has lyrics by Neeraj and music by Shankar-Jaikishan. Counted by many as one of the most beautiful Manna Dey bhajans, the bhajan talks about circumstances where individuals making a fortune are suddenly turned down to beggars and all alone in this world. It reminds the world that even Sita, the wife of Lord Rama (the seventh avatar of Vishnu), was forced to spend countless years in the jungle. After Kaikeyi, the stepmom of Rama asked for the redemption of a promise from her husband, King Dasharatha, that meant 14 years of exile for Rama in the Dandaka forest. Rama was joined by his wife Sita and younger brother Lakshmana in exile.


During their exile period, Sita was kidnapped by the demon king Ravana who took her to his kingdom of Lanka (modern Sri Lanka). Rama tried to save Sita and met Sugriva, marshall of an army of monkeys, and Hanuman, who was the son of the wind-god Vayu. After a fierce battle with Ravana, Rama, with the support of Sugriva and Hanuman, killed him and returned back to his home. After a few months, Rama asked Sita to undergo a test before Agni (fire) to prove her purity, and she passes the test. However, Sita, angered by the lack of trust, left Rama before she reunites with Rama with her two sons Lava and Kusha.


The bhajan "Kaal Ka Pahiya" reminds us that even the Almighty is not left untouched by the pains and miseries of life as depicted by the story of Rama and Sita, the daughter of Bhumi (the earth). You just cannot miss out on this bhajan and many other Manna Dey bhajans.


No list of Manna Dey bhajans could be complete without mentioning "Darshan Do Ghanshyam Song" from Hey Re Kanahiya. This bhajan has music by Ravi, lyrics by G.S. Nepali, and is sung by Hemanta Mukherjee, Manna Dey, and Sudha Malhotra.


If you want to add some more beautiful Manna Dey bhajans to your playlist, you should include "He Ram Hamare Ramchandra" from Guide. This bhajan is sung by Manna Dey and has music by legendary S.D. Burman.


One of the other Manna Dey bhajans that deserve an addition to your bhajan playlist is "Mann Ki Aankhen Khol Baba Song" from Ram Naam Sukhdai. Sung by Manna Dey, this bhajan has lyrics by Pt. Sudarshan and music by R. C. Boral.


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