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Lyrics of Sawan Ka Mahina, Pawan Kare Sor - सावन का महीना, पवन करे सोर
mu: saavan kaa mahinaa, pavan kare sor
la: pavan kare shor
mu: pavan kare sor
la: pavan kare shor
mu: are baba shor nahi sor, sor, sor
la: pavan kare sor

ha, jiyaraa re jhume aise, jaise banamaa naache mor
ho saavan kaa mahinaa

maujavaa kare kyaa jaane, hamako ishaaraa
jaanaa kahaan hai puchhe, nadiyaa ki dhaaraa
marazi hai tumhaari, le jaao jis or
jiyaraa re jhume aise

raamaa gajab dhaae, ye purava_iyaa
na_iyaa sambhaalo kit, khoe ho khiva_iyaa
purava_iyaa ke aage, chale naa koi zor
jiyaraa re jhume aise

jinake balam bairi, gae hai bidesavaa
laai hai jaise unake, pyaar kaa sadesavaa
kaali adhiyaari, ghataae ghanaghor
jiyaraa re jhume aise
lyrics of song Sawan Ka Mahina, Pawan Kare Sor
Comments on song "Sawan Ka Mahina, Pawan Kare Sor"
akhmad kincarta on Wednesday, January 01, 2014
Sawan ka mahina, pawan kare sor

Sawan ka mahina, pawan kare sor

Hhmm, pawan kare sor

Pawan kare shor

Are baba shor nahin shor nahin .. Sor, sor

Pawan kare sor

Jiyara re jhuume aise, jaise banmaa naache more..
Sawan ka mahina, pawan kare sor
Jiyara re jhuume aise, jaise banmaa naache more

Sawan ka mahina, pawan kare sor
Jiyara re jhuume aise, jaise banmaa naache more

Rama gajab dhaae, ye purwaiyya

Naiyya sambhalo kit, khoe ho khiwaiyya

Rama gajab dhaae, ye purwaiyya

Naiyya sambhalo kit, khoe ho khiwaiyya

Hey.. Purwaiya ke aage, chale naa koi zor
Jiyara re jhuume aise, jaise banmaa naache more


Sawan ka mahina, pawan kare sor
Jiyara re jhuume aise, jaise banmaa naache more

Maujhwa kare kyaa jaane, humko ishaara

Jaanaa kahaan hai poochhe, nadiyaa ki dhaara

Maujhwa kare kyaa jaane, humko ishaaraa

Jaanaa kahaan hai poochhe, nadiyaa ki dhaara

Hey.. Marzii hai tumhari, le jaao jis or
Jiyara re jhuume aise, jaise banmaa naache moree

Sawan ka mahina, pawan kare sor
Jiyara re jhuume re aise re , jaise banmaa naache moree
Jiyara re jhuume re aise re , jaise banmaa naache moree
qiron on Friday, June 05, 2009
Touche' ! I am a firm believer of that. Only Originals for me. I detest
this new trend of "versions" and lose respect for those who listen and
promote them. People argue with me, that the 'versions' provide livelihood
to a lot of artists, but I dont buy that. My take on this is, if you are a
good enough artist your creativity and innovation will be appreciated
eventually. OR just declare yourself as a "mimicry artist". Remix versions
where they add extra orchestra(dhinchak) ruin the song.
The Sparkling Diva on Friday, January 16, 2009
It depends on which movies. So many movies are made in Bollywood these days
that of course a majority of them STINK - plot wise and musically. But
there are still some excellent songs that come from newer films. Look at
Ajab Si from Om Shanti Om and Kehta Hai Baabul from Baabul. Om Shanti Om
may not be a movie that stands the test of time, but the songs is very
moving. That song from Baabul makes me cry every time I hear it because it
reminds me of the love my father and I have.
Sanju Verma on Thursday, November 11, 2010
People who say Bollywood songs are mostly in Urdu need to do some research
on languages. You cannot separate the two languages unless it is in a
written for ie Urdu in Persian-Arab script and Hindi in Devnagri script and
they are mutually intelligible. It is worth mentioning that Urdu was
developed in India when non standard HINDI was influenced by Persian /
Arabic languages during Mughal period. Please don't talk poop if you don't
know what you are talking about.
abundela76 on Monday, March 21, 2011
Mukesh seems superior in this particular song than many of his colleagues due the sole 'Superior Lyrics by Anand Bakshi' and Immortal Lata. Though Mukesh Ji is my 2nd best after Rafi, but in this song he surpasses anyone due to the 'Team Effort'. The Lyricst deseverd a Filmfare for this song, he got nominated but lost to 'Gulshan Bawra' for 'Mere Desh Ki Dharti' of 'Upkar', may due to 1965 war post-ultra patriotism, least Mere Desh ki Dharti was awesome too.
Movie Film Cast Singer Lyricist Composer Director Producer External LinksVideo Links
Milan (1967)
Nutan, Sunil Dutt, Jamuna, Pran, Surendra, Shyama, Deven Verma, Mukri, David, Aruna Irani, Leela MishraLata Mangeshkar, MukeshAnand BakshiLaxmikant Kudalkar, PyarelalA Subba RaoT L V PrasadMilan at IMDB      Milan at WikipediaMilan at YouTube     |    Milan at YouTube - 2    


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