O Mere Sanam Song - Connecting the beloved souls
O mere sanam song (ओह मेरे सनम ) is a popular and melodious music track from the evergreen Bollywood movie Sangam that was released in 1964. Two renowned singers, Mukesh and Lata Mangeshkar, have lent their pleasant voices to this tuneful song. The O mere sanam song lyrics are written by Shailendra and directed by Shankar-Jaikishan. The movie features the vetran actors Vyjayanthimala, Raj Kapoor and Rajendra Kumar who have given multiple hit movies on the silver screen.
“O mere sanam” translates into “Oh my beloved” in English. As the name of the song suggests, it is a song addressed to someone’s beloved. Read on to know the meanings of the o mere sanam song lyrics.
The phrase “o mere sanam,” (ओह मेरे सनम ) which means “oh my beloved,” appears in the o mere sanam song lyrics many times. Not only does it constitute one of the hallmark features of o mere sanam song but it also contributes to its tuneful lyrics.
“Ek dil ke do armaan hain ham” means in the o mere sanam song we are the two desires of the same heart. On the other hand, “Tan saup diyaa, man saup diyaa, Kuch aur to mere paas nahi” in it means I’ve handed over my body and mind, I don’t have anything else with me. The line “Ek dil ke do armaan hai ham” also features in the lyrics of the song multiple times.
“Jo tum se hai mere hamdam, Bhagvaan se bhi vo aas nahi” in the o mere sanam song lyrics means what I desire from you o beloved, I don’t desire it even from the Almighty. “Jis din se hue ek duje ke” means the day on which we started living for one another. “Is duniya se anjaan hai ham” translates into we are strangers or unknown to each other.
“Sunate hai pyaar ki duniya me, Do dil mushkil se samaate hai” means it is heard that in the world of love, two hearts mingle with difficulty. “Kya gair vahaa apano tak ke, Saye bhi na aane patate hai” means leave aside the shadow of others, even shadow of our own can’t come there. “Hamane aakhir kya dekh liyaa, Kya baat hai kyo hairaan hai ham” means in the end what have I seen and what is the matter that I am so surprised.
“Mere apne, apna ye milan, Sangam hai ye Ganga Jamuna ka” means our union is the union of Ganga and Jamuna. These are the names of the two rivers in India mentioned in the o mere sanam song lyrics that are highly significant among Indians for both cultural and historical reasons.
“Jo sach hai saamane aaya hai, Jo biit gaya ek sapanaa tha” means whatever the truth is it has come out, what has happened was a dream. “Kuchh aur nahi insaan hai ham” means we are nothing but humans. ‘Do jism magar ek jaan hai ham” means we are two different bodies but with the same life.
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