Thursday, 9 October 2014



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1.  I am interested more in the language and poetry side.
2.  The highlighted parts have to be investigated and the terms "Hindu" and "Hindu" have to be defined!!!
3.  Some things literally stink in Dr Pankaj Jain "teaching and researches".
 Dr. Pankaj Jain
Teaching and researching religions, languages, literatures, films, and ecology of India:

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Dr. Pankaj Jain is the author of Dharma and Ecology of Hindu Communities: Sustenance and Sustainability (May 2011), which won the 2012 DANAM Book Award and the 2011 Uberoi Foundation Book Award, and is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology and the department of Philosophy & Religion. He has published articles in journals such as Religious Studies Review, Worldviews, Religion Compass, Journal of Vaishnava Studies, Union Seminary Quarterly Review, and the Journal of Visual Anthropology. He also contributes to the Huffington Post, Washington Post’s forum On Faith, and Patheos.

His research has been supported by the Fulbright fellowship and by the Wenner Gren grant. His teaching interests include Religion and Ecology, Indian films, and Religions and Cultures of South Asia and South Asian Diaspora in North America. Before joining UNT, he taught at North Carolina State University, Rutgers, Kean, and New Jersey City University. Interested in connecting ancient practices with contemporary issues, he is exploring the connections between religious traditions and sustainability in Hindu and Jain communities in India and the Indian diaspora. He serves as a research affiliate with Harvard University’s Pluralism Project, as scholar-in-residence with GreenFaith, as a board member of the Society for Hindu Christian Studies, and as a board member of the Executive Advisory Council of Hindu American Seva Charities, an NGO working with the White House Office for the faith-based initiatives. He has presented his research at Columbia University, University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, University of South Florida, Florida International University, University of Toledo, Texas Christian University, High Point University, Lancaster University (UK), Andhra University (India), Univ of Rajasthan (India), and several conferences, high schools, radio and TV stations, temples, churches, Yoga centers, and other community centers.

He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Iowa and an M.A. from Columbia University (both in Religious Studies). In his “previous life” he had also earned a B.S. in Computer Science from India and had worked as a software engineer in India and in New Jersey. Dr. Jain is an active member of several academic and community organizations, is fluent in several Indian languages, and has published poems in Hindi. He was born in Rajasthan and had also lived in Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Hyderabad, and Karnatak (in India) and in New Jersey, Iowa, North Carolina, and Texas (in the USA). Some of his papers and articles are at: and videos are at The Facebook page for his book is at:
"India, which has ranked first in food sustainability in every Greendex, came out far ahead again, thanks to its culturally dictated eating habits. Nearly one in four Indians is a vegetarian, and those who aren't tend to avoid beef, the most environmentally damaging meat. Indians have reduced the amount of imported food they eat and increased their consumption of locally produced, homegrown, and organic foods." 

Saturday, August 1, 2009

 Quite interesting that the terms Urdu, Muslims and Islam do not appear here, but strangely enough "beef" is mentioned and in a damning manner, and "Hindu Christian Studies" are also mentioned!

HIND OR HINDUSTAN (from Persian) is a geographical region and not a religion!

"The Bishnois, a Hindu community in Northern India, is famous for its earliest ecological sacrifice in 1730, in which a woman named Amrita Devi led 362 other Bishnois to sacrifice their lives to protect their sacred tree. The public memory of this event continues to inspire environmental movements, such as the Chipko and the Appiko."



Bollywood and Beyond: Hinduism Changing the World

By: Prof. Pankaj Jain on Sep 12, 2014 | 687 Views | 7 Responses
Tags : Hinduism

The ideals of Hinduism, such as pluralism, dharma, ritam, and nonviolence hold important lessons for the future of Hinduism in particular and for humanity in general.

In his 1964 Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. said, "We have learned to fly the air like birds and swim the sea like fish, but we have not learned the simple art of living together as brothers." I think the future of humanity is nicely summarized in these words. In addition to living together with humans, we also need to learn how to live harmoniously with our environment. The threat of climate change challenges us to learn and practice new ways of relating to our natural resources. Can Hinduism present us some ideas to deal with these issues challenging the present and the future of our world?

The challenges of interconnectivity are both increasingly globalized and increasingly local. Just as an example, now within the U.S., there are more than 700 Hindu temples and their associated communities, according to the Pluralism Project of the Harvard University. Although the United States is often referred to as a melting pot absorbing different ethnicities and races, the history of Hindus living in India presents a much longer tradition of accepting even larger number of diverse people, such as the Greeks, Jews, Christians, Muslims, Zoroastrians, and Huns in ancient times, and the Dalai Lama and Tibetan Buddhists in the last century.
It is this Hindu past of religious acceptance and harmony that goes even beyond the human species. Hindus not only have accepted humans of diverse races but have also accepted divinity in non-Human forms. A Hindu can worship a stone and/or a specific mountain, the water and/or a specific river and/or the ocean, a plant, an animal (not just a cow but a snake or a rat or any other species), a bird, the earth, the sky, the sun, the fire, and so on. It is widely mentioned that Hindus have 330 million gods, but perhaps it is better to say that Hindus have infinite number of gods and goddesses, because everybody and everything is potentially divine according to its philosophy. Its practitioners are simply trying to live up to the Hindu ideal of visualizing divinity in every part of the universe, every particle of the ecology. And following this infinite number of divinities, there arose thousands of different castes, tribes, and other socio-religious communities who not only tolerated each other but even accepted each other's spiritual path. Thus, there is no false god or true god for Hindus.

The most fundamental concept of Hinduism is Dharma, which etymologically means "that which sustains." Indeed, the very foundation of dharma is based on sustainability of not just the human society but its related Vedic concept of Ritam, which includes the entire universe. There is a famous hymn in the Rigveda that describes the creation of the entire universe: how a cosmic person is transformed into the ecological entities (the sun, the moon, the wind, the sky, and so on) and the human society (different social classes). This interconnectedness of humans with the ecology can be a very promising message for the contemporary problems of global climate change.

It was the Hindu idea of non-violence as immortalized by Mahatma Gandhi that Dr. King witnessed in his 1959 visit to India and later adopted in his own movement in the U.S. The Hindu practices of yoga and meditation are now helping millions of Westerners improve their health. Hindu idea of revering the Mother Earth is also increasingly shared by many Westerners in their quest to save the planet. In August 2009, Newsweek ran a story titled "We Are All Hindus Now" based on the Pew Forum Survey showing that 65 percent of Americans believe in multiple paths leading to God. Similarly 24 percent of Americans say they believe in reincarnation, according to a 2008 Harris poll, another major Hindu (also Buddhist and Jain) belief. More than a third of Americans now choose cremation, according to the Cremation Association of North America, up from 6 percent in 1975, which is yet another practice of the majority of Hindus.
Another major cultural presence largely representing the Hindu way of life is "Bollywood," a popular name for the Indian film industry. India not only produces the largest number of films each year (in Hindi and other Indian languages) but Indian films are now enjoyed in African countries, Middle Eastern countries, South East Asian countries, and Australia, Europe, and North America. According to a Businessweek report, Bollywood sold more than 3.2 billion movie tickets in 2009, much more than Hollywood. This globalization of Indian films has not only shown a glimpse of Hindu culture worldwide but in turn Bollywood films themselves have now started becoming more global in appeal, for instance, by deemphasizing the village life and the caste system. The future of Hinduism, as depicted in Bollywood at least, seems to be led by the urban globalized Hindus.

Ironically, Hindus themselves need to be reminded of Hindu ideas now to save their land of origin India from the assaults of all kinds of pollution. The Bishnois, a Hindu community in Northern India, is famous for its earliest ecological sacrifice in 1730, in which a woman named Amrita Devi led 362 other Bishnois to sacrifice their lives to protect their sacred tree. The public memory of this event continues to inspire environmental movements, such as the Chipko and the Appiko. However, Indian rivers, mountains, forests, and air are under tremendous pressure due to rising economy and growing population. The future of Hinduism is thus increasingly dependent on how successfully Hindus learn and apply their teachings in everyday life.

To conclude, Hindu ideas and practices are slowly entering and transforming the Western lifestyle. Hindus in turn are becoming more aware of the global problems such as the climate change. The ideals of Hinduism, such as pluralism, dharma, ritam, and nonviolence are some important lessons for the future of Hinduism in particular and for humanity in general. If today's Hindus can take inspiration from their own teachings, they can ensure a healthy and prosperous future for themselves, their diverse neighborhoods, and their natural resources.
Tags : Hinduism



Hindi songs based on classical raga(Dr Pankaj Jain)

Raga: Abhogi Kanada
Jiya lage kya karu sajna
Na jaiyo re sautan ghar sainya

Raga: Adana
Manmohan man men ho tumhi - Kaise Kahoon
Jhanak jhanak payal baje - Jhanak Jhanak Payel Baje
Radhike toone bansari choorayee - Bhai Bhai

Raga: Ahir Bhairav
Puchho na kaise maine rain bitai - Meri Surat Teri Aankhen
Koi Lauta de mere – Door gagan ki chhaon main
Vandana karo, archana karo
Ramka gun gaan kariye - Ram Shyam Gun Gaan (Anon film album)
Meri bina tum bin roye - Dekh Kabir Roya
Main to kabse teri sharan men hun - Ram Nagari
Zindagi ko sanvarana hoga - Alaap
Sola barasaki bali umarko salam - Ek Duje Ke Liye
Mai ri mai, kaise jiyun ri - Chala Vahi Desh(non film album)
Apne jeevan ki uljhan ko - Uljhan
Man Anand Anand Chhayo - Vijeta
Waqt karta jo wafa aap hamare hote - Dilne Pukara
Ram teri ganga maili ho gayi... - Ram Teri Ganga Maili
Dhire Dhire Subah Hui He Jag Uthi Jindagi - Haisiyat
Meri galiyonse logonki yari badh gai - Dharmatma
Chalo man jayen ghar apne - Swami Vivekananda
Albela sajan aayo re - Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam
Ruke ruke se qadam – Mausam

Raga: (Alaiya) Bilawal
Jana gana mana - National Anthem
Bhor ayi, gaya andhiyara - Bawarchi
Sare ke sare ga ma ko lekar gate chale - Parichay
Patthar ke sanam
Barbade mohabbat - Laila Majnu
Likhkar tera naam – Laila Majnu

Raga: Asavari
Mujhe galese lagalo bahut udas hun main - Aaj aur Kaal
Piya te kaha - Toofan aur Diya
Chale jana nahin naina milake - Badi Bahen
Likhe jo khat – Kanyadaan
Radha ke to ne bansri churai Taala Sitarkhani Film: Beti Bete
Subah na aayi shaam na aayi – Cha Cha Cha

Raga: Bageshri
Aaye bahaar banke lubhakar chale gaye - Rajahath
Jag dard-e-ishq jag - Anarkali
Radha na bole na bole - Azad
Bedardi dagabaz ja tu nahin balma mora - Bluff Master
Bedardi hua balma
Ja re, beiman tujhe jan liya
Divane tum, divane hum
Shubh ghadi ai re
Chah barbad karegi - Shah Jahan
Jao jao nand ke lala - Rangoli
Chhalak rahi bunden
Aja re, paradesi - Madhumati
Ghadi Ghadi mera dil dhadke – Madhumati
Insaan ka insaan se ho bhaichaara yahi paigaam hamara
Hamse aya na gaya - Dekh Kabir Roya
Poochhta jaa mere marghatse guzarne waley - A Ghazal by Gulam Ali
Chaman men rang-e-bahar utara to maine dekha - A Ghazal by Gulam Ali
Seene main jalan - Gaman
Aapse kya gila – CS (with kaafi)

Raga: Bahar
Re re bahar ayi
Chham chham nachat ayi bahar - Chhaya
Sakal bana gagan chalat puravai - Mamta

Raga: Bairagi
Kisi nazar ko tera intazar aja bhi hai - Aitbaar
Mein ek raja hun - Upahaar

Raga: Barawa
Khai hai re humne kasam - Talash

Raga: Basant
Ketaki, gulab, juhi champaka bana phule - Basant Bahar

Raga: Basant-Bahar
Manki bin matavari baje - Shabaab

Raga: Bibhash
Sanjh dhale gagan tale hum kitane ekaki - Utsav
Neelam ke nabh chhayi - Utsav

Raga: Bhairav
Mohe bhul gaye sanvariya - Baiju Bawra
Sitaronki mahafil
Sun ri pavan, pavan puravaiya - Anuraag
Jaago, Mohan pyare jaago - Jaagte Raho

Raga: Bhairavi
Khilona jaankar - Khilona
Tu hindu banega na – Dhool ka phool
Babul mora, naihar chhooto hi jaaye - Street Singer
Sajna, sajna kahe bhul gaye din pyar ke - Chand Mere Aja
Insaf ka mandir hai, yeh bhagavan ka ghar hai - Amar
Kaise jaun jamunake tir - Devta
Laga chunari men dag - Dil Hi To Hai
Jyotse jyot jagate chalo - Sant Gyaneshwar
Jo bhaje hari ko sada - Bhajan
Tu gangaki mauj - Baiju Bawra
Nas nas men agan
Jab dil hi tut gaya - Shahjehan
Ai diwali, ai diwali - Rattan
Tumhare sang main bhi chalungi
Do hansonka joda bichhad gayo re - Ganga Jamuna
Mere pas ao, nazar to milao
Mai to pyarse teri piya mang sajaungi
Barasat men, hamse mile tum - Barsaat (old)
Dost dost na raha - Sangam
Bol radha bol sangam hoga ke nahin - Sangam
Mera juta hai japani - Shri 420
Ramiya vasta vaiya - Shri 420
Mohabbatki dastan
Suno chhotisi gudiya ki lambi kahani - Seema
Khamosh hai khevanahara mera - Amar
Mori chham chham baje payeliya
Mere ai dil bata - Jhanak Jhanak Payel Baje
Sanvare sanvare - Anuradha (Composed by Ravi Shankar)
Nache man mora magan dhik dha dhigi dhigi - Meri Surat Teri Aankhen
Apki yaad ati rahi, ratbhar - Gaman
Yaha barakha sautaniya ke dvar
Tera jana - Anadi
Tute na dil Tute na - Andaaz (Old)
Ai mere dil kahin aur chal - Daag
Mile sur tera hamara - Doordarshan Sangeet
Kaise samjhaun bade nasamajh ho - Sooraj
Chali gori pi ke milan ko chali
Bhor bhaye panghatpe - Satyam Shivam Sundaram
Jare, jare ud ja re panchhi - Maaya
Dilka khilona haye tut gaya - Goonj Uthi
Jay bolo beiman ki - Beiman
Tumhe aur kya dun main dil ke sivay - Ayee Milan ki Bela
Lage tose naina lage
Mein piya teri - Basant Bahar
Mithe bol bole - Kinara
Mitwa re mitwa purab na jaio - Jawab
Heer ( doli chadhke heer) - Heer Ranjha (old)
Phir kisi raah guzar par shayad - A Ghazal by Jagjit Singh
Meri tanhaiyon tum hi lagalo mujhko sinese - A Ghazal by Jagjit Singh
Yeh dil yeh paagal dil mera (awaargi) - A Ghazal by Gulam Ali
Beshaq mandir masjid todo - Bobby
Bhari duniya men akhir dil ko samajhane kahan jaayen - Do Badan
Hato kaheko juthi banao batiyaan - Manzil
Mata saraswati sharda vidya dayi dayani - Bhajan
Sunai deti hai jiski dhadkan (Zihaal-e-muskeen) - Ghulami
Jiya jale jaan jale nainon tale - Dil Se...
Baaki kuchh bacha to menhagai maar gayi - Roti Kapda aur Makaan
Phool gendava na maaro - Dooj Ka Chaand
Dhanya bhag seva ka avsar paaya - Sur Sangam
Kabhi neki bhi uske ji men gar aa jaye hai mujhse - A Ghazal by Gulam Ali
Mukund Madhav hari Hari bol
Mile jo kadi kadi, ek zanjeer bane - Kasme Wade
Hame tumse pyar kitana – Kudarat
Samjhauta ghamo se karlo - Samjhauta
O Nanhe se farishte - Ek Phool Do Maali
Hai isi main pyar ki - Anpadh
Hum hain mata e koocha e - Dastak
Mujhko is raatki tanhaayee main
Hai isi main pyar ki - Anpadh

Raga: Bhatiyar
Ek ritu aye ek ritu jaye

Raga: Bhimpalashri
Panthi hoon main us path kaa – Door ka rahi
Manbhora hua matavala
Duniyase ji ghabra gaya
Eri main to premdivani - Navbahar
Bansuri bajaye koi
Maine chand aur sitaronki - Chandrakantaa
Ye na thi hamri kismat - Mirza Ghalib
Mein garibonka dil hun vatanki zuban
O nirdayi pritam - Stree (1961)
Bhulya na gaya
Dilke tukade hue aur jigar lut gaya
More manka bavara panchhi
Tum suno suno ghanashyam
Dilmen tuze bithake puja karungi teri - Fakira
Nainon main badra chhaye - Mera Saaya
Tere sadpe balma
Bina madhur madhur kachhu bol
Jhanakar payalaki tose binati kare - Naag Devata
Kahan chali a, mera lutake jiya
Ja dur kahin
Ham giridharake ghar jaun - Meera Bhajan
Samay dire chalo - Rudaali
Zindagimen to sabhi pyar kiya karte hai - A Ghazal by Mehdi Hassan
Om nao Bhagavate Vasudevay - A bhajan by Pandit Jasra
Kismat Se Tum Ham Ko Mile Ho - Pukar
Ae Ajnabi Tu Bhii Kahiin Aawaz De Kahiin Se - Dil Se...
Khiltey Hain Gul Yaha - Sharmilee
O beqarar dil - Khamoshi
Kuch dil ne kaha - Anupama
Tum mile dil khile - Criminal
Naghma-o-sher ki saughaat - Ghazal
Yeh aaine se akele men guftagu kya hai - A ghazal from Hariharan's album 'Kaash'
Hai chaand sitaaron men chamak tere badan ki - A ghazal by Ahmed Hussain -mohmad Hussain
beena madhur madhur kuch bol Singer: Lata

Raga: Bhupali
Luka chhupi – Rang De Basanti
Beete huye lamho ke kasak - Nikaha
Chanda hai tu, mera suraj hai tu - Aradhana
Sayonara, sayonara - Love in Tokyo
Pankh hote to ud ati re - Sehraa
Jyoti kalash chhalake - Bhabhi Ki Chudiyan
Jab nil gagan ki chhaonmen - Amrapali
Achyutam keshavam ram narayanam
Panchhi banu udti firun mast gagan men - Chori Chori
Sanvare rang rachi - Meera Bhajan
Dekha ek khvab to yeh silsile hue - Silsila
In ankhonki mastike mastane hazaron hai - Umrao Jaan
Mana ke musht-e-khak se badhkar nahin hun main - A Ghazal by Jagjit Singh
Jaun tore charan kamal par vari - Sur Sangam
Yeh hava...yeh phiza...aa bhi jaa - Gumraah
Om namah shivay - Bhairavi
Dil hun hun kare - Rudaali
Sansaarki har shay ka - Dhoond
He Govind, He Gopal, He Dayaal Lal - Bhajan by Jagjeet Singh
Ham tum se na kuchh kah paaye, tum ham se na kuchh kah paaaye – Ziddi
Falsafa pyar ka - Duniya

Raga: Bhupali Todi
O, zindagi ke denevale - Nagin

Raga: Bihag
Koi gata, main so jata - Alaap
Banke chakori gori, jhum jhum nachegi
Tere sur aur mere geet - Goonj Uthi Shahanai
Tere pyar men dildar - Mere Mehboob
Bole re surili boliyan - Grih Pravesh
Tum murli madhur bajao
Ai dil beqarar jhum - Shah Jahan
Hamare dilse na jana, dhokha na khana - Udan Khatola
Chalenge tir jab dil par - Kohinoor
Zindagi ke safar men gujar jate hain jo makam - Aap Ki Kasam
Pal bhar ki pahechan aapse - A non-film song by Manna Day
Yeh kya jagah hai doston - Umrao Jaan
Meri ladli re, meri ladli - Andaaz(old)

Raga: Bilaskhani Todi
Jhoothay naina bolay - Lekin
Diya na bujhegi, aaj hamara

Raga: Basant Mukhari
O basanti pavan pagal - Jis Desh Me Ganga Behti Hai
Vada kar le sajna - Haathki Safai

Raga: Chandrakaush
Tu hi tu main seva karu
San sanna sanna sanna, jao re o pavan
Majhi re himmat na har

Raga: Chayanat
Chanda re, ja re ja re - Ziddi
Ham bekhudi men tumko pukare chale gaye - Kaala Paani
Tere naina talash kare jise – Talaash (Mishra Khamaj ?)
Baad muddat ki yeh ghadi ayi - Jahan Ara
Chaina nahin aye, kahan dil jaye - Samundar
Zan Zan Zan Zan payal baje

Raga: Charukeshi
Bainya na dharo - Dastak (old)
Aaj dilpe koi jor chalta nahin - Milan
Kabhi raat din hum dur the - Aamne Saamne
Mohabbatke suhane din, javani ki hansi raaten
Ek tu na mila - Himalay ki Godmen
Akele hain chale ao - Raaz
Bekhudimen sanam
Kisi rahamen kisi modpar - Mere Hamsafar
Dukh ki laharne cheda hoga - A Ghazal by Ghulam Ali
Shyam teri bansi pukare radha naam - Geet Gata Chal
Chhod de sari duniya kisike liye - Saraswati Chandra
Megha re Megha re... - Pyaasa Saawan
Aisa lagta hai zindagi tum ho - A Ghazal by Chitra Singh
Patthar ke khuda - JS
Main khayaal hoon kisi aur ka - JS
Teri ummid tera intzaar karte hai - Diwanaa
Jaan-e-jaana...Jab jab teri surat dekhun – JaanBaaz
Mujhe ishq hai tujhi se

Raga: Darbari
Ye Hawaa Ye Raat Ye Chaandni - Sangdil
Dil jalta hai to jalne de - Pahli Nazar
Hum tumse muhabbat karake sanam - Aawara
O duniyake rakhavale - Baiju Bawra
Meri duniya badal gayi
Kabhi dil dilse takarata to hoga
Tumse ghar ghar kahalaya
Mitava laut ayo re
Tu pyarka sagar hai - Seema
Tuthe hue khvabonne - Madhumati
Basti basti parabat parabat - Baadal
Mujhe tumse kuch bhi na chahie - Kanhaiya
Muhabbat ki jhuthi kahani pe roye - Mugal-e-azam
He ram tumhari ramyan - Sampurna Ramayan
Pyarki aagmen tanbadan - Ziddi
Tora man darpan kahalay - Kaajal
Daiya re daiya laj mohe lage - Leader
Guzre hai aaj ishqmen - Dil Diya Dard Liya
Raha gardishonmen haradam - Do Badan
Jhanak jhanak tori baje payeliya - Mere Huzur
Chandiki divar na todi - Vishvaas
Ab kahan jayen ham - Ujala
Sarfaroshi ki tammana - Shaheed
E dil mujhe aisi jagah le chal - Arzoo (old)
Teri duniya mein dil lagta nahin - Baware Nain
Mere mehboob shayad aaj kuchh - Kitne Paas Kitne Door
Ghoonghat ke pat khol re - Jogan
Dekha hai pehli baar - Saajan
Tumhe zindagi ke ujale mubarak - Poornima
Ishwar satya hai - Satyam Shivam Sundaram
Kitna hasin hai mausam - Azad
Hum tum se juda ho ke - Ek Sapera Ek Lutera
Ab meri vinti suno bhagwaan
Aap ki nazaron ne samajha - Anpadh
Hangama hai kyon barpa - A Ghazal by Ghulam Ali
Ud ja bhanwar maya kamal ka - Rani Roopmati
Koi matwala ayaa more dware - Love In Tokyo
Pag ghoongroo bandh meera naachi thi - Namak Halal
Yaad mein teri jaag jaag ke hum - Mere Mehboob
Agar mujhse muhobbat hai, mujhe sab apne gam de do
Dene wale mujhe maujon ki rawani de de - A Ghazal By Jagjit Singh
Mein tere darpe ayaa hun, kuchh karke jaunga - Laila Majnu
Sanvare mat ja
Nainheenko raah dikha prabhu - Bhakta Surdaas
Suhani chaandni raaten hamen sone nahi deti - Mukti
Mere mehboob na jaa, aaj ki raat na jaa - Noor Mahal
Shayerana se hai zindagi ke adaa - Phir Teri Kahani Yaad Aye
Jay Radha madhav Jai kunjbihari - Bhajan by Jagjit Singh
Bahon Ke Darmiyan Film Khamoshi
Ku-ba-ku fail gai baat shanaasai ki Mehdi Hassan
Daiya re daiya, laaj mohe lage Taal Kehrva Film: Leader
Dil jalta hai to jalne de Taal Kehrva Film Pehli Nazar
Jo chala gia use bhool ja Film Saathi
Chandi ki dewar na tori Film Vishwas
Suhani chandni ratein hame sone Film Mukti

Raga: Desh
Dukhke din ab bitat nahi
Gori tore naina kajar bin kare kare - Main Suhagan Hun
Apko pyar chupaneki buri adat hai - Neela Akash
Takdir ka fasaana - Sehra
Eri ayi barakha ritu
Chali re chali re mai to des paraye
Aji ruthhkar ab kahan jaiega - Aarzu
Vande mataramh - Anand Math
Phir kahin koi phul khila - Anubhav
Bekasi hadse jab guzar jaye - Kalpana
Chadariya jhini re jhini - A Kabir bhajan by Anup Jalota
Door Koi Gaaye - Baiju Bawra
Kyun Naye Lag Rahe - 1942, A Love Story
Sainya jao mose na bolo kahe ko neha lagaye - Jhanak Jhanak Paayal Baaje

Raga: Desi
Aaj gaavat man mero jhumke - Baiju Bawra

Raga: Devagandhar
Jhule na jhul
Jab dilko satae gam

Raga: Durga
Geet gaya pattharonne - Geet Gaya Pattharonne
Chanda re mori patiya le ja - Miss Mary

Raga: Dhani
Prabhu tero nam - Hum Dono
Badan pe sitare - Prince

Raga: Gara
Mohe panghatpe nandalal ched gayo re - Mugal e Azam
Unke khayal aye to ate chale gaye - Laal Pathhar
Tere mere sapne ab ek rang hain - Guide
Jivanmen piya tera sath rahe - Gunj Uthi Shehnai
Raghupati raghav raja ram - Bhajan
Thumak chalat ram chandra - Bhajan
Aise to na dekho - Teen Deviyan
Hamsafar saath apna chhod chale
Diwana kahke aaj mujhe phir pukariye - Muzlim
Kabhi khud pe kabhi haalaath pe ronaa aayaa - Hum Dono
Aap aaye toh khayale – Gumrah
Khuda bhi aasmaan se jab
Raga: Gour Malhar
Garajat barsat savan ayo re - Barsaat Ki Raat (old)
Sharabi sharabi ye savanka mausam
Jhir jhir barase savani ratiyan - Ashirvad
Raga: Gour Sarang
Allah tero naam - Hum Dono

Raga: Gurjari Todi
Sanvaro nand-nandana - Chala Vahi Desh (A non film album)
Ek tha bachapan - Aashirwad
Jaa-jaa re ai pathikwa - Lekin

Raga: Hamir/Hamvir
Surki gati main kya janun
Madhuban men radhika nache re - Kohinoor

Raga: Hamir/Hamvir Kalyani
Jao Re Jogi Tum Jao Re - Amrapali

Raga: Hangshadhwani
Ja tose nahin bolun kanhaiya - Parivaar
Ranga de de madhubanaki hiraniya
Santo karamki gati nyari - Chala Vahi Desh (album)

Raga: Hemant
Sudh bisar gai aja
Yad piyaki aye - A Thumri by Ustaad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan
Balma anadi man bhaye - Bahurani
Tumbin jeevan kaise - by Manna Dey
Udajare ja re kaga - Meera bhajan by Lata Mangeshkar

Raga: Jaijaiwanti
Manmohana bade jhuthe - Seema
Bairan ho gai raina - Dekh Kabir Roya
Zindagi aaj mere namse sharamati hai
Yeh dilki lagi kam kya hogi - Mugal e Azam
Dost bankar bhi nahin saath nibhanevala - A Ghazal by Ghulam Ali
Suni suni saans kay sitaar par - Lal Patthar
Thumak chalat Ramchandra, baajat paijaniya – Bhajan

Raga: Jhinjhoti
Badli badli duniya hai meri
Chhup gaya koi re durase pukarake - Champakali
Mere maheboob tujhe meri muhabbatki qasam - Mere Mehboob
Jaun kahan bata e dil - Chhoti Bahen
Tum mujhe yun bhula na pao ge - Pagla Kahin Ka
Teri ankhoke siva duniyamen - Chirag
Main to sare bandhan tod chali
Ghungharuki taraha, bajtahi raha hun main - Chor Machaye Shor
Chita nandan aage nachungi
Mose chal kiye jaye hai re hai hai dekho saiyan beiman - Guide
Ja ja re ja, balmava - Basant Bahar
Koi hamdam na raha, koi sahara na raha - Jhumroo

Raga: Jogakauns
Baje re payela baje

Raga: Jogiya
He natraja gangadhar shambho
Piya bina suna gita
Raatbharka hai maheman andhera - Sone Ki Chidiya
Dil ek mandir hai - Dil Ek Mandir
Keh Do Koi Na Kare Yahan Pyaar - Goonj Uthi Shehnaai
Gazab kiya tere vaade pe - MH

Raga: Jaunpuri
Vo duniyako yad rahega
Dil ched koi aisa nagma
Piya te kahan gayo
Ghunghatke pat khol(Kabir Bhajan) - Jogan
Meri yad men tum na ansu bahana - Madhosh
Jaye to jayen kahan samjhe ga kaun yahan - Taxi Driver
Jaba dilko sataye gam tu uuu ched sakhi sargam - Sargam (Old)
1. Jaye to jayen kahan samjhe ga kaun yahan Taal kehrva Film Taxi Driver
2. Meri yadmen tum na ansu bahana Taal kehrva Film Madhosh Listen Midi
3. Vo duniyako yad rahega
4. Dil ched koi aisa nagma Taal kehrva Film Inspector
5. Ghunghatke pat khol (Kabir Bhajan) Taal kehrva Film Jogan
7. Muhabbat ki jhoothi kahani pe roye Taal kehrva Film: Mughal-E-Azam
8. Jab dilko sataye gam tu uuu ched sakhi sargam - Sargam (Old)

Raga: Kafi
Kase kahun manki bata
Balma aan baso more manmen
Ishqki garmie jajabta kise pesha karun
Kali ghodi dwar khadi - Chashm-e-Bud-Dur
Tum nahin, gam nahin, sharab nahin - A Ghazal by Jagjit Singh
Gaironpe karam apnonpe sitam - Aankhen
Biraj me holi khelat nand lal - Godaan
Ye haqeeqat hai – CS

Raga: Kalavati
Hay re vo din kyun na aye - Anuradha
Kahe tarasae jiyara - Chitralekha
A ja re mere pyarke sahi
Koi sagar dilko bahalata nahin - Dil Diya Dard Liya
Kabhi to miloge jivansathi
O ghath savari thodi thodi bavari
Sanam tu bevafake namse - Khilona
Subah aur sham kamhi kam - Uljhan
Dil men aur to kya rakha hai - A Ghazal by Ghulam Ali
Maika piya bulave - Sur Sangam
Hai agar dushman zamana - Hum Kisise Kum Nahin
Bhajan bina chain naa aye ram - Rafoochakkar
Meri Awaaz suno - Naunihal

Raga: Kalyan
Do naina matavale tihare - Choti Bahan
Janevalese mulakat na hone payi - Amar
Ansu bhari hai ye jivanki rahe - Parvarish
Ye chaman hamra apna hai
Jiya le gayo ji mora savariya - Anpadh
Ja re badra bairi ja - Bahana
Chhodo chhodo chhodo mori bahiya
Bhuli hui yadon - Sanjog
Mausam hai ashikana - Pakeezah
Inhi logone le lina dupatta mera - Pakeezah
Kenu sang khelun hori - Chala vahi desh ( non filmi album)
Jab dip jale ana - Chit Chor
Woh sham kuchh ajib thi - Khamoshi (old)
Chandansa badan chanchal chitavan - Saraswati Chandra
Re man surmen ga
Jay jay he jagadambe mata
Jivan dor tumhi sang bandhi - Satyavaan Savitri
Apke anurodhpe main ye geet - Anurodh
Ranjish hi sahi, dil hi dukhane ke liye aa - A Ghazal by Mehdi Hasan
Dil jo na kahe saka - Bhigi Raat
Shola hun bhadakne ki gujarish nahin karta - A Ghazal by Jagjit Singh
Suni jo unke aane ki aahat - Satyam Shivam Sundaram
Woh haske mile humse - Baharen Phir Bhi Aayegi
Bada dukh dina tere lakhanne - Ram Lakhan
Yaad rahega, pyarka yeh rangin zamanaa yaad rahega - Umar Qaid
Sochte aur jaagte sansonka ek dariyaa hun mein - A Ghazal by Gulam Ali
Meri duniyamen tum aaye - Heer Ranjha
Koi jo mila tha mujhe "Breathless" - Breathless
Main kya janun kya jadu hai
Sinemen sulaghate hai arman - Sangdil
Lagta nahin hai dil mera - Laal Quila
Man re tu kahe na dhir dhare - Chitralekha
Panv padun tore shyam - Tere bharose Nandalal (A non film Album)
Dhadkate dilka payam le lo
Pritam aan milo
Saranga teri yaadmen - Saaranga
Phir na kije meri gustakh...Dekhiye apne phir pyarse - Phir Subah Hogi
Tum mujhe bhul bhi jao - Didi
Bade bhole ho
Nigahen milaneko ji chahata hai - Dil Hi To Hai
Zindagi-bhar nahin bhulegi - Barsaat Ki Raat (old)
Sansarse bhage phirte ho - Chitralekha
Tum agar mujhko - Dil Hi To Hai
Tum bin jivan kaise bita - Anita
Intazaar aur abhi
Abhi na jao chhodkar - Hum Dono
Ansu samjhke kyun mujhe - Chhaaya
Chhupa lo yun dil men pyar mera - Mamta
Woh jab yaad aye bahut yaad aye - Parasmani
Tum gaganke chandrama - Sati Savitri
Jara si ahat hoti hai...kahin yeh woh to nahin - Haqueeqat
Dil e betabko sinese - Palaki
Dil diya dard liya - Dil Diya Dard Liya
Tere huns ki kya tariph karun - Leader
Biti na bitai raina - Parichay
Savereka suraj tumhare liye - Ek Baar Muskuraa Do
Ang ang rang jhalakae - Sankalp
Is modse jate hai - Aandhi
Ehasaan tera hoga mujhapar - Junglee
Roj roj dalidali kya likh jaye - Angoor
Lau laga ke geet gaa ke - Bhabi Ki Chudiyan
Shreeramchandra kripalu bhajamana
Sine men sulagte hain arman -- Tarana
Saptasurana teen gram - Tansen
Mere hamsafar mere hamsafar mere paas aa mere paas aa - Refugee
Ghar se nikalte hi - Papa Kehte Hain.
Pyar mein hota hai kya jadoo - Papa Kehte Hain.
Aapke anurodh pe - Anurodh
Aaye ho meri zindagi me - Raja Hindusthaani
Sochenge tumhe pyaar kare ki nahi - Deewana
Navkalpana (Rafi) – Mrig Trishna (1975)

Raga: Khamaj
Ab kya misal dun
Kya se kya ho gaya – guide
Din dhal jaye
Naina lad jayee hain – ganga jamuna
Vo na aenge palatkar - Devdaas
A dilse dil mila le - Navrang
Chunariya katati jae
O sajna, barkha bahara ayi - Parakh
Dhal chuki shame Gam - Kohinoor
Sham dhale jamuna kinare - Pushpanjali
Ang ang dole mera
Ayo kahanse ghanashyam - Buddha Mil Gaya
Bada natkhat hai...ka kare yashoda maiya - Amar Prem
Khat likha de savariyake nam babu
Bata do sakhi kaun gali gayo shyam
Mere to giridharagopala - Meera
Tere bina sajna lage na jiya hamar - Aarti
Vaishnav jan to - Narsinh Bhajan
Nazar lagi raja tore bungle par - Kaala Pani
Kuch to log kahenge - Amar Prem
Chain se humko kabhi
O Milan – Tohfa
Akhiyo ko – Bobby
Mora Gora Ang – Bandini
Ek Chatur Naar – Padosan
Aayo kahaan se Ghanshyam – Buddha Mil Gaya

Raga: Kamod
Eri jane na dungi - Chitralekha
Jao re jogi tum jao re - Amrapali
Tumko dekha to ye khayal aya - Saath Saath

Raga: Kedar
Bekaspe karam kijie - Mugal e Azam
Darashan do ghanashyam
Kanha ja ja
Mil ja mil ja janena
Hamko manki shakti dena - Guddi
Bole to basuri kahi - Saawan Ko Aane Do
Panchhi bawra chhand se prit lagaye
Aap yun hi agar humse milte rahe dekhiye ek din pyaar ho jaayega - Ek Musafir Ek Hasina
Pal do pal ka saath hamara - The Burning Train
Aapki ankhonmen kucch - Ghar
Uthaye ja unke sitam - Andaaz(old)r
Raga: Kaushik Kanada
Sau bar janam lenge - Ustaadon Ke Ustaad
Ab to madhava mohe ubar
Mai jajyo na prabhuko milna kab

Raga: Kirwani
Mera dil ye pukare a ja – Nagin
Jo Tum Todo Piya – Silsila
Tumhi mere mit ho
Yad na jaye bite dinonki - Dil Ek Mandir
Meri bhigi-bhigisi palakonpe - Anamika
Ye raten ye mausam nadika kinara - Delhi Ka Thug
Nind na mujhako ae - Post box No. 999
Pukarta chala hun main - Mere Sanam
Geet gata hun mai - Laal Pathhar
Mai pyarka rahi hun - Ek Musafir Ek Hasina
Aayi jhum jhum raat ye suhani - Love Marriage
Ankhonse hai utari ye dilmen - Phir Wohi Dil Laaya Hoon
Anevala pal janevala hai - Gol Maal
Shola tha jal bujha hun - A Ghazal by Mehdi Hassan
Beqaraar dil tu gayeja - Dur Ka Raahi
Ek radha ek meera - Ram Teri Ganga Maili
Para para hua pairahan-e-jaan - A Ghazal by Gulam Ali
E hush-e-beparvah tujhe shabnam kahun, shola kahun - A Ghazal by Gulam Ali
Be-sabab baat badhaneki zaroorat kya hai - Ghazals from Jagjit Singh's 'Face to Face'
Mera dil yeh pukare aaja - Nagin (old)
Rim jhim gire sawan sulag sulag jaye man…(Manzil)

Raga: Lalit
Pritam daras dikhao - Chacha Zindabad
Tu hai mera prem devta - Kalpana
Ik shahenshahne banvake hansi - Leader
Koi paas aya savere savere - A Ghazal by Jagjit Singh
Tu nahin to mere liye - Tum Yaad Aaye
Raina biti jaye - Amar Prem
Raga: Madhuvanti
Rasme ulfatako nibhae to nibhae kaise - Dilki Rahen
Ko birahini ko dukh jane - Chala Vahi Desh

Raga: Madhumadhavi Sarang
A lautke aja mere meet - Rani Roopmati

Raga: Manj Khamaj
Kaanha kanha aan padi re tere dwar - Aman
Jane kaise sapano me kho gai ankhiyan - Anuradha
Kaise dina bite kaise biti ratiyan piya jane na - Anuradha
Dil main ek lahar see uthi – Ghulam Ali
Shyamal Shyamal Baran Komal Komal Charan – Navrang

Raga: Malkauns
Man tarapat hari darshanko - Baiju Bawra
Adha hai chandrama rat adhi - Navrang
Tu chhupi hai kahan - Navrang
Ye kahani hai diyeki aur tufanaki - Tufan aur Diya
O pavanvegase udanevale ghode - Jai Chaittaur
Zindagibhara Gam judaika mujhe
Ankhiyana sang ankhiya lagi aaj - Bada Aadami
Balma manena
Paga ghungharu bole chananana chanh
Savanki rat kari kari
Mujhe na bula - Suvarna Sundari
Ai man tere bachche kai karoda
Saghan ban phulyo re - A bhajan by Pandit Jasraj
Dip jalaye jo ggton ke maine - Kalakaar
Aaye sur ke panchhi aaye - Sur Sangam
E Roshniyo ke shahar bata – mehdi hassan

Raga: Malagunji
Nainaso nain nahi milo - Jhanak Jhanak Payel Baaje
Ghar a ja ghir aye badra - Chhote Nawab
Unko yeh shikayat hai - Adaalat (old)
Na jiya lage na - Anand

Raga: Mand
Tu chanda main chandani - Reshma aur Shera
Kesariya Balma - Lekin
Suniyo Jee Araj – Lekin
Ab to hai tumse har khushi apni - Abhimaan
Piya piya bole mora kangana - Swarg Nark
Bachpan ki mohabbat ko - Baiju Baawara
Jo me jaanthi bisarat - Shabaab
Dheemo re chale re vaayariyo - Sultan Khan / Chitra's album Piya Basanti
Thade Rahiyo - Pakiza

Raga: Maru Bihag
Payelavali dekha na
Tum to pyar ho sajna - Sehra
Matavali nar thumak thumak
Radha jaye na
Jamunaa kinare aaja chaliya pukare aaja raadha jaye naa - Mehbooba

Raga: Marwa
Payeliya bavari - Saaz aur Aawaz

Raga: Megh Malhar
Ghata ghana ghora ghora - Tansen
Ghanana ghanana ghana baraso
Dukhabhare din bite re bhaiya - Mother India
Kare kare badra
Tan rangalo ji aaj man ranga lo baraso re - Tansen
Raga: Megh
Mahefil men baar baar kisi par nazar gai - A Ghazal by Gulam Ali.
Konpalen phir fut ayi - A Ghazal by Mehdi Hassan
Kahan se aye badra - Chashm-e-Bud-Dur

Raga: Miyan Ki Malhar
Lapak Jhapak – Boot Polish
Karo sab nichhavar
Nach mere mora jara nach
Bhaye Bhanjana...darasa tere mange main tera pujari - Basant Bahar
Nacha re mayura
Mammadshaha rangile
Bole re papihara - Guddi
Ek bas tu hi nahin - A Ghazal by Mehdi Hassan
Baadal umad bhar aaye - Saaz

Raga: Miya ki Todi
Bhini bhini bhor aayi - Asha Bhosle's Album 'Dil Padosi Hai'
Jhoothey Naina Bole - Lekin

Raga: Mohanam (Carnatic)
Jyoti Kalas Jalke - Bhabhi Ki Chudiyaan

Raga: Multani
Daya karo e giridhar-gopala

Raga: Nand/Anadi Kalyan
Tu jahan jahan chalega - Mera Saya

Raga: Naya ki Kanada
Chala diye deke gam

Raga: Pahadi
Sunri sakhi mohe sajna bulae - Nagin
Javan hai muhabbat- Anmol Ghadi
Tere nainonne chori kiya - Anmal Ghadi
Mere ankhomen bas gaya koi re - Barsaat (old)
Suhani rat dhal chuki - Dulari
O durke musaphir hamko bhi sath le le - Udan Khatola
Tasvir banata hun tasvir nahin banati - Baradari
Sun more sajna
Mushkil hai bahut mushkil - Mahal
Sajan ki galiyan chod chale - Baazar
Mohe jana hai pike nagariya
Mori atariyape kagan bole
Hai balma teri kasam
Aajki rat piya dil na todo
Prit ye kaisi bol duniya - Daag(old)
Mora nadan balma
Gaya andhera hua ujala - Subah Ka Tara
Sham dhale khidaki tale - Albala
Are ja re hato natakhat - Navrang
Tum mere mai teri
Sare jahanse achcha - Apna Ghar
Chal ud ja re panchi - Bhabhi
Tum ho jo mere hamsaphar
Vrindavanka krishna kanhaiya - Miss Mary
Tasvir banata hun teri khuna jigarase
Do sitaronka jamin par hai milan - Kohinoor
Koi pyaraki dekhe jadugari - Kohinoor
Dil todanevale
Apna bhi koi sathi hota
Tere bharose he nandalala - Title song - non film Album
Jo vada kiya vo - Taj Mahal
Jane kya dhundti rahati hain
Tum apna ranj o gam, apni pareshani mujhe de do
Parbatonke pedon para shamka basera
Savanke jhule pade - Jurmana
Nainka chain churakar le gayi - Chandramukhi
Sakhi ri mera man umade tana dole - Nagin
Ham aaj dil jalae
Do dil dhadak rahen hain aur avaj eka hai
Vo dil kahanse laun
Aaja raja leke barat aaja
Sab kuchh lutake hoshamen ae ro
Chaudavika chand ho - Chaudavika Chand
Ye vadiyan phijae bula rahi - Aaj aur Kal
Tujhko pukare mera pyar - Neel Kamal
Mujhe tumse muhabbat hai magar
Jara sun hasina ye sajni
Aja re tujhko mera pyar pukare - Waqt
Din hai baharke tere mere - Waqt
Kaun aya hai nigahonmen chamak jag uthi - Waqt
Ham jab simatake aapki bahonmen - Waqt
Maine dekha hai phulonse ladi shakhonmen
Age bhi jane na tu - Waqt
Nile parabtonki dhara - Aadmi aur Insaan
Yara dildara mera dil kahata - Aadmi aur Insaan
Salamat raho
Awaz mein na dunga...chahunga main tujhe sanjh savere - Dosti
Janevalo jara mudke dekho mujhe - Dosti
Gudiya hamse ruthi rahogi - Dosti
Lag ja gale ke phir ye hansi rat - Woh kaun thi
Baharonki manjhil rahe
Rahe na rahe ham maheka karenge - Mamta
Thukade hai mere dilke
Hamne to dilko apke kadmonpe
Usko nahin dekha hamne kabhi - Dadi Maa
Savanka mahina pavan kare sor - Milan
Aajki rat mere dilki salami - Raam Aur Shyam
Ratka samne jhume chandrama
Vahan kaun hai tera musaphir - Guide
Dil pukare a re a re - Jewel Thief
Rulake gaya sapna mera - Jewel Thief
Phulonke rangse - Prem Pujari
Jane na balma pritaki kasam
Tora man bada papi sanvariya re - Ganga Jamuna
Baharon mera jivan bhi sanvaro - Aakhiri Khat
Do dil tute do dil hare - Heer Ranjha (old)
Chalo dildar chalo - Pakeezah
Ye dil aur unki - Prem Parbat
Aaja re, aaja re o mere dilvar aaja - Noori
Kabhi kabhi mere dilmen - Kabhi Kabhi
Karavate badlate rahe sari raat ham - Aap ki Kasam
Chori chori koi ae - Noori
Sainya bina ghar suna - Lahu Ke Do Rang
Dilmen ek lahar si uthi hai abhi" - A Gulam Ali Ghazal
Kahe sataye kaheko rulaye - Quyamat Se Quyamat Tak
Hushn pahadonka - Ram Teri Ganga Maili
Kaise jiyunga main agar tu na mili - Sahibaan
Tod diya dil mera tune ai bewafa - Dulari
Isharon isharon mein dil lenewale - Kashmir Ki Kali
Neela aasman so gayaa - Silsila
Aapko dekhke baadalko pasinaa aa gayaa - Hum Aapke Dilmen Rahte Hai
Baharon Mera Jivan Savaron
Payo ji maine Ram ratan dhan payo
Sab kuch lutake hosh men aaye to kya kiya - Ek saal
Meri ankhon me basagaya koi re mohe ninda aye - Barsaat (old)
Aaj mausam bada - Loafer

Raga: Palasi
Gori tera gaanv bada pyara - Chit Chor
Hamari yad aayegi, kabhi tanhaiyon men -- Hamari Yaad Aaegi

Raga: Patdeep
Saaz ho tum awaz hun main - Saaz aur Awaz
Megha chhaye adhi rat - Sharmilee

Raga: Pilu
Ajahun na aye balma - Sanjh Aur Savera
Jhulemen pavanki ayi bahar - Baiju Bawra
More sainya ji utarenge paar nadiya dhire baho - Uran Khatola
Chandanka palna reshamki dori - Shabab
Dheere se aaja ri akhiyan mein nindiya - Albela
Apni kaho kuchh meri suno...Kya dilka lagana bhul gaye
Naina divani kuchh nahin mane
Badi der bhai kab loge khabar
Abke baras bite
Na manu na manu...dagabjaaz tori batiya na manu re - Ganga Jamuna
Hai Hai rasiya tu bada bedardi
Sainya tore dvare khade
Vapha jinse ki bevapha ho gae
Na jhatako julphse pani
E meri joharajabi - Waqt
Banwari Re Jeene Ka Sahara - Ek Phool Char Kante
Jaiye aap kahan jayenge - Mere Sanam
Dhoondho dhoondho re saajna - Ganga Jamuna
Allah megh de pani de - Guide
Kali ghata chhaye mora jiya ghabraye - Sujata
Piya piya na lage mora jiya
Main soya akhian meeche
Kabhi aar kabhi paar - Aar Paar
Tere bin soone nayan hamare - Meri Soorat Teri Aankhein
Pi ke ghar aaj pyari dulhaniya chali babul - Mother India
Vikal mora manva - Mamta
Maine shayad tumhe pahle - Barsaat Ki Raat (old)
Nadiya kinare harayee aayee kangna - Abhiman
Ab ke baras bhejo bhaiya ko babul - Bandini
Baharon ne mera chaman loot kar - Devar
Kaun gali gaye shyam - Pakeezah
Tu jo mere sur men - Chitchor
Na jao saiyan chhuda ke baiyan - Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam
Din sara guzara tore angana - Junglee
Dhadakate dil ki tamanna - Shama
Sur na saje - Basant Bahar
Chura liya hai tumne jo dil ko - Yaadon Ki Baraat
De de pyar de - Sharabi
Sach kehti hai duniya - Ishq Pe Jor Nahin
Maine rang li aaj chunariya sajana tore rang me - Dulhan Ek Raat Ki
Mainu ishq lag gaya rog - Dil Hai Ke Maanta Nahin
Surmayi akhiyonmen nanha munna ek sapna de jaa re - Sadma
Apni kaho kuch meri suno - Parchhain
Murali bairan bhayi re kanhaiya tori - New Dilli
Ajahun na aye balama - Sawan Beeta Jaye
Chaahat des se aane waale yeh to bataa ke sanam kaise hain - A ghazal by Pankaj Udhas
Saari saari raat teri yaad sataye – Aji Bas Shukriya

Raga: Puria Dhaneshri
Meri sanson ko jo mehaka rahi hai - Badalte Rishtey
Rang aur nur ki baraat kise pesh karun - Ghazal
Rut aa gayi re, rut chha gayi re - 1947-Earth
Hai rama yeh kya hua – Rangeela
Tumne kya kya kiya hai hamare liye - Prem Geet
Kitane dino ke baad ye aai sajana rat milan ki
Ruk jao banavasi ram - Sampurna Ramayan
Tori jay jay karatara
Koyaliya ud ja yahan nahi koya
Labon se chumlo, aankhon se thaamlo mujh ko - Aastha
Ya devi sarva bhuteshu – Pt Jasraj
Tere khamosh hothose – Anuradha Paudwal, Pankaj Udhas
Aake teri banho main – vansh
Honth saagar hai aankh paimane – ghulam ali

Raga: Rageshri
Muhabbat aisi dhadkan hai - Anarkali
Shubhadina ayo rajadulara
Mere sang ga gunguna - Janwar
Kaun aya mere manke dvare - Dekh Kabir Roya
Mitava bole mithe bain – Parichay
Ye kya hua – Amar Prem

Raga: Sarang
Savan aye ya na aye - Dil Diya Dard Liya
Aja bhanvara suni dagar
Aa laut ke aaja mere meet - Rani Roopmati
Dair-o-harammen basne waalon - Ghazal from Jagjit Singh's album 'Face to Face'
Saawan rut aaye dekho balam - Sultan Khan / Chitra's album Piya Basanti

Raga: Sudh Kalyan
Rasik balma - Chori Chori (Bhupali)
Ye shamki tanahaiyan
Chand phir nikala - Paying Guest
Meri muhabbat javan rahegi - Jaanvar
Jahaan daal daal par sone ki cheediyaan - Sikandar-e-Azam

Raga: Sudh Sarang
O savare aja pyar liye

Raga: Shankara
Rumajhuma rumajhuma chala tihari - Tansen
Bolo bolo kanha bolo chaliya - Chaliya

Raga: Shivranjani
Pardesiyo se naa – Jab Jab Phool Khile
Milti hai zindagi main mohabbat - Aankhen
Tod diya dil mera
Aavaz deke hamem tum bulao - Professor
Baharon phul barsao - Suraj
Jane kahan gaye woh din - Mera Naam Joker
Sansar hai ek nadiya - Raftaar
Laj rakho giridhari
Khabar meri naa lini re bahut din bite - Sant Gyaneshwar
Rimjhimke geet savan gaye - Anjaana
Mere naina savan bhado - Mahebooba
Banake kyun bigada re - Zanjeer
Na kisiki ankhka nur hun – Lal Qilla
O mere sanam - Sangam
Kai sadiyonse kai janmonse
Dilke jharokhemen tujhko bithakar - Bramhachari
Jo bhi dukh yaad na tha, yaad aya - A Ghazal by Ghulam Ali
Tere mere bichmen - Ek Duje ke liye
Saajan a jao
Lage na mora jiya, sajna nahin aye haye
Kahin deep jale kahin dil - Bees Saal Baad
Tumhe dekhti hun to lagta hai aise - Tumhare Liye
Chuma chuma...Mujhko banale priyatama - Pataal Bhairavi
Yaad teri aayegi - Ek Jaan Hai Hum
Mahive...Na jaiyo Pardes - Karma
Tumse milkar, na jane kyun, aur bhi kuchh yaad aata hai - Pyar Jhukta Nahin
Bheega bheega mausam aaya, barse ghata ghanghor - Bhayanak
Mujhe Kuch Kahna Hai - Mujhe Kuch Kahna Hai
O Saathi Re – Muqqaddar ka sikandar
Karoge yaad to - Bazaar

Raga: Sindh Bhairavi
Ajahun na aye balma - Sanjh Aur Savera
Mehendi lagi mere hathme
Sakiya aaj mujhe nind nahi
Chhod gaye balam - Barsaat (old)

Raga: Sohini
Kuhu kuhu bole koyaliya - Swarna Sundari
Jhumati chali hava - Sangeet Samrat Tansen
Jivan jyot jale
Prem jogan ban ja
Kanha re kanha
Din Jogan Ban Gaye – Mughal E Azam ?

Raga: Sur Malhar
Dar lage garaje badariya - Ram Rajya

Raga: Tilang
Sajna sang kahe neha lagae - Main Nashe Me Hun
Itna to yaad hai mujhe - Mehboob ki Mehndi
Yahi arman lekar aaj apne - Shabab
Meri kahani bhulnevale - Deedar
Mujhe e jindagi divana kar de
Chhup gaye tare nazare - Do Raaste
Lagan tose lagi balma - Dekh Kabir Roya
Choota sa baalama ankhiyan neend udaye le gayo - Raagini
Raga: Tilak Kamod
Jalta rahata din raina
Tumhare bin ji na lage gharmen - Bhumika

Raga: Todi
Insan bano - Baiju Bawra
Mai to ek khvab hun - Himalaya Ki God Me
Jago re jago prabhat aya
Khuda e baratara teri jaminpar - Taj Mahal
Tori Jai Jai Kartaar - Baiju Bawra
Insane bano - Baiju Bawra
Jagmen sunder hai do naam, chahe krishna kaho ya ram – A bhajan by Anup Jalota
Duniya na bhaye mohe, ab to bulale - Basant Bahar

Raga: Vrindavani Sarang
Zutimuti batiya avan kahe – Rudali

Raga Malika
Raga Malika sung by Manna Dey – Jhanak Jhanak Payel Baje


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    Hindi is a New Indo-Aryan language spoken in the north of India. It belongs to the Indo-Iranian branch of the Indo-European family of languages. It is spoken by more than two hundred million people either as a first or second language in India, and by peoples of Indian origin in Trinidad, Guyana, Fiji, Mauritius, South Africa, and many other countries. It is the official language of India, and English is the associate official language. In addition, Hindi is the state language of Bihar, Chattisgarh, Jharkhand, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, and Uttar Pradesh.

    Urdu, a language closely related to Hindi, is spoken by twenty-three million people in India and approximately eight million people in Pakistan as a mother tongue. It is the official language of Pakistan, the state language of Jammu and Kashmir, and additional state language of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh in India.

    Hindi and Urdu have a common form known as Hindustani which is essentially a colloquial language (Verma 1933). This was the variety that was adopted by Mahatma Gandhi and the Indian National Congress as a symbol of national identity during the struggle for freedom. It, however, never became a language of literature and high culture (see Bhatia 1987 and Rai 1984 for an account of the Hindi–Urdu–Hindustani controversy in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries).


    It is difficult to date the beginnings of the New Indo-Aryan languages of India."

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      Asian language and linguistics
      Language in South Asia
      Hindi–Urdu–Hindustani pp. 81-102

      3 - Hindi–Urdu–Hindustani pp. 81-102

      By Yamuna Kachru

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      Language in South Asia

      Edited by Braj B. Kachru

      Edited by Yamuna Kachru

      Edited by S. N. Sridhar

      Publisher: Cambridge University Press

      Print Publication Year: 2008

      Online Publication Date:May 2010

      Online ISBN:9780511619069

      Hardback ISBN:9780521781411

      Paperback ISBN:9780521786539

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