The Right Chords

Music is in the air

Everyone must have heard this line – Love is in the air. But those who never fell in love and those who love someone, Everyone love music. Actually its music which is in the air every time, everywhere around us. A fine blowing wind gives us music, typing on keyboard produces a good tune sometimes, rain gives us music (like srk and kajol dancing in kuchh kuchh hota hai (lol)), spoon, plates, mugs, everything gives us music. There are people who walk music, talk music, eat music, drink music in short they cant survive without music and I am also one of them.
Today I am posting a song which is too short that is the only reason for hating the song, but it touches the heart so badly that i have to love it and i am sure you will also love this song.
Well the song belongs to a T.V. serial. Don’t know if its much famous or not but i love the on screen chemistry of Khushi and Arnav as well as the show (till now). So here are the details of the song:-

Music Composer :- Raju Singh (Son of Charanjit Singh, himself a musician, Raju Singh belongs to a family that had a business in selling musical instruments. The guitar was Raju’s inseparable companion in school and college. Composed background music for:- Gangster, Kalyug , Zeher, Page 3, Ishq Vishk and many more.)

Singer:- Javed Ali (Born and brought up in Delhi, Ali started singing since a very early age. He started singing with his dad — a popular qawwali singer, Ustad Hamid Hussain. Javed is a student of the famous Ghazal singer Ghulam Ali who not only guided him but also gave him a chance to sing. Born as Javed Hussain, he changed his name to Javed Ali in honor of his Guru. Songs: Ranjha Ranjha- Raavan, Maiyya Yashoda- Jhootha Hi Sahi, Tu Hi Haqeeqat- Tum Mile, Guzarish- Ghajini and many more)

Rabba ve, Rabba ve, Rabba ve, Rabba ve
Rabba ve, Rabba ve, Rabba ve, Rabba ve
Kyun khwaabon pe tere saaye hai
Dil kyun hai tanha mera
Kyun khamoshi hai zubaan meri
ashkon se keh paaon na
Kyun dard hai itna.. tere ishq mein
Rabba ve, Rabba ve, Rabba ve, Rabba ve
Rabba ve, Rabba ve, Rabba ve, Rabba ve
Kyun dard hai itna.. tere ishq mein
Rabba ve, Rabba ve, Rabba ve, Rabba ve
Rabba ve, Rabba ve, Rabba ve, Rabba ve
Rabba ve, Rabba ve, Rabba ve, Rabba ve

Rabba ve… Rabba ve

Rabba ve… Rabba ve… oh Rabba ve
Rabba ve

You can download the song from here. The first link is of the song rabba ve and the second link is of only rabba ve sound which runs in background of the serial.


Live fully and enjoy music…….. 🙂

Girls are very special for their parents. But there are people(some narrow minded creatures, no matter in which century they are living) who don’t even hate girls, even kill them. Such people are criminals and i don’t think they have right to live in our society. Not because they kill girls, another reason is they are rotten apples of our fruit basket and you know what will happen to your fruits if you will keep them in your fruit basket. Well, well, I am not at all here to discuss about those girl child killers.

First episode of Satyamev Jayate, You don’t need to watch the whole episode to cry, because the song (in starting) will make you cry and after that you can shut down your Television Screen (Kidding, Up to you if you want to watch the show.). I am the one who is music lover, and the one who can bear a three hour movie drama(here i am only talking about unbearable movies) or 1 hour daily soap drama to hear a good song. It makes my day. So i just watched satyamev jayate and thanks to the music artist for a wonderful song. Amazing song it is. I loved it and i hope everyone loved it too. So here are the details of the song and a download link for everyone.

Singer(s): Swanand Kirkire ((born 1970) is an Indian lyricist, playback singer, writer, also a television serial writer, assistant director, dialogue writer, both in television and Hindi films (known for 3 idiots, Paa, Rajneeti) )

Lyrics: Swanand Kirkire

Music Director: Ram Sampath (Ram Sampath is a composer, producer and musician, working mainly in the Mumbai advertising circuit (known for Delhi Belly, Khakee, Peepli live, Luv Ka the End.))

Lyrics in Hindi:-

O ri Chiraiya
Nanhi si chidiya
Angna mein phir aaja re

Humne tujhpe hazaro sitam hain kiye
Humne tujhpe jahan bhar ke zulm kiye
Humne socha nahi
Tu jo ud jayegi
Ye zameen tere bin sooni reh jayegi
Kiske dum pe sajega mera angna

O Ri Chiraiya, Meri Chiraiya
Angna mein phir aaja re

Tere pankho mein saare sitare jadooN
Teri chunar dhanak satrangi bunooN
Tere kajal mein main kaali raina bharooN
Teri mehandi mein main kachchi dhoop malooN
Tere naino sajaa doon naya sapna

O ri Chiraiya, Meri Chiraiya
Angna mein phir aaja re

Lyrics in English:-

O bird,
little bird,
come back again to the yard

The dark is deep and covered in blood..
pick the straws of sun rays from the sky,
and come back again to the yard

We have done injustice against you a thousand times,
We have given you tortures of the world
we didn’t think-
if you fly away,
this earth will remain deserted without you
with whose presence shall my yard be adorned

I’ll embed all the stars in your wings,
I’ll weave for you a rainbow colored scarf,
I’ll fill the dark night in your kohl,
I’ll rub raw fragrance in your henna (adorned hands),
I’ll give a new dream to your eyes.

You can download the song from Here:-

Thanks for reading my post… Keep reading for more music and more articles about music.

Exploring Music

I went through so many sites to know if there are human beings in this world who don’t like music and I was shocked when I saw people saying that one of my friend, my grand ma, my dad etc. etc. don’t like music. I can’t believe that there are people who can live without music. Well I am happy that I am not one of them and there are very few people who don’t like music (still unbelievable). Anyways I love music and also I love exploring it.
When it comes to history of music, this is the most interesting subject for me. Don’t know whether everyone knows about it or not that In March 2008 a recording by Frenchman Edouard-Leon Scott de Martinville of a woman singing ‘Au Clair De La Lune’ was discovered in an archive in Paris by a group of American audio historians. The recording dates back to April 9, 1860 making it the world’s first known recorded song.
In 1877, with the creation of his phonograph complete, Thomas Edison tested it. The first song ever recorded was his rendition of ‘Mary Had a Little Lamb’. Well this is also shocking that the first singer of a recorded song was Thomas Alva Edison who actually was a scientist.
These are some more interesting things about music:-

1. 40 billion songs are downloaded illegally every year, that’s some 90% of all music downloads.
2. The music industry generates about $4 billion in online music but loose about $40 billion to illegal downloads.
3. The longest song to reach number one on the Billboard charts on LP was “I’d Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That)” by Meatloaf, the shortest: “Stay” by Maurice Williams & the Zodiacs.
4. The harmonica is the world’s best-selling music instrument.
5. Make music not war: Monaco’s national orchestra is bigger that its army.