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Aj mane pare harano dinete
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Music and lyrics
by Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar
Song number 0014
Date 1982 September 23
Place Madhumanika, Deoghar
Theme Mysticism
Lyrics Bengali
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Aj mane pare harano dinete is the fourteenth song of Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar's Prabhat Samgiita.[1]


Roman script Bengali script Translation

Áj mane paŕe háráno dinete,
Jiivaner shubha práte
Krandane paricay, ogo mor ańumay

Katai divas áse áro jáy,
Kata vibhávarii áloke lukáy
Álo ándhárera úrddhvalokete
Rayecho jyotirmay ogo mor rúpamay

Jáná ajánár anubhúti pare,
Bháver mádhurii cir kál tare
Rayeche tomár pada jug ghire
Máyátiita madhumaya, ogo mor giitimay

Today, I remember those long-forgotten days
of the auspicious dawn of my life,
when I came to know You in my crying.
O, Lord of petty entities!

Countless days have come and gone.
Countless nights have become hidden in light.
You exist beyond the realm of light and shade.
O Lord of effulgence!
O my Lord of beauteous forms!

Beyond the feelings of known and unknown,
the sweetness of spiritual realisation
forever flows around Your feet.
O Lord of sweetness, Thou art beyond illusion,
O my Lord of songs!


This is how Sarkar himself described the meaning of the song.[2]

O Lord, I remember the past days when I came into this world as a newborn child my first communication with the world was through crying. Not tears, crying. A newborn child does like this (demonstrates). So the first talk to the world is crying; there may or may not be tears. In the first phase You come to me in the form of so many small things, childhood needs; then You come in the form of so many big expressions water, air, sky. And then in the final phase, You come in the form of songs.


  1. ^ Sarkar, Prabhat Ranjan (1993) Prabhat Samgiita: Songs of the New Dawn (Volume 1) Kolkata: Ananda Marga Publications ISBN 81-7252-041-7 
  2. ^ Prabhat Samgiita lyrics

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Preceded by
Ami shudhu hesechi, necechi, geyechi
Prabhat Samgiita
With: Aj mane pare harano dinete
Succeeded by
Jeona jeona ogo bandhu