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In my life befell the opposite;
 
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Does a stream of tears fall in grief?
 
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This complaint is no legal prosecution;
 
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Jhariya giyache phulera papari
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Music and lyrics
by Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar
Song number 0423
Date 1983 April 10
Place Madhumalainca, Kolkata
Theme Contemplation
Lyrics Bengali
Audio <flashmp3>http://prabhatasamgiita.net/1-999-f/___423%20JHARIYA%27%20GIA%27CHE%20PHU%27LERA%20PA%27PAR%27I.mp3</flashmp3>
License
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Jhariya giyache phulera papari is the 423rd song of Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar's Prabhat Samgiita.[1]

Lyrics

Roman script[nb 1] Bengali script Translation

Jhariyá giyáche phúlera pápaŕi
Shukháye giyáche kusumahár
Árta paráńe rikta paráge
Ájike kii gán gáibo ár

Mańipadmer ratnavediite
Esecho sabár tritápa harite
Ámár jiivane vipariit hate
Kena dile balo hetu táhár

Balo krpánidhi nidáruń vidhi
Kena nilo mor kusumita hrdi
Ámár jiivane kena niravadhi
Santápe jhare ashrudhár
Abhijog nahe anujog e je
Ekhani balo kárań ihár

ঝরিয়া গিয়াছে ফুলের পাপড়ি
শুকায়ে গিয়াছে কুসুমহার
আর্ত পরাণে রিক্ত পরাগে
আজিকে কী গান গাইবো আর

মণিপদ্মের রত্নবেদীতে
এসেছো সবার ত্রিতাপ হরিতে
আমার জীবনে বিপরীত হতে
কেন দিলে বলো হেতু তাহার

বলো কৃপানিধি নিদারুণ বিধি
কেন নিলো মোর কুসুমিত হৃদি
আমার জীবনে কেন নিরবধি
সন্তাপে ঝরে অশ্রুধার
অভিযোগ নহে অনুযোগ এ যে
এখনই বলো কারণ ইহার

The flower petals have all fallen,
And withered is the wreath.
In a woeful life, devoid of pollen,
What other song will I now sing?

On muladhara's[nb 2] bejeweled dais,
You've come to take the torments of all.[nb 3]
In my life befell the opposite;
Why You gave that, please state the cause.

Merciful One, please explain such cruel fate;
My blossoming heart, why did it take?
Why, in my life endlessly,
Does a stream of tears fall in grief?
This complaint is no legal prosecution;
At once, kindly tell the reason.

Notes

  1. ^ For details on the notation, see Roman Bengali transliteration.
  2. ^ One of many names for the múládhára cakra, the lowermost plexus according to tantra, is mańipadma.
  3. ^ The literal meaning of tritápa is "three afflictions" (physical, psychic, and psychospiritual). At the múládhára cakra, four vrttis (propensities) are located: káma, artha, dharma, and mokśa. The first three signify yearning in the physical, psychic, and psychospiritual realms. The fourth signifies the salvation of the pure spiritual realm, where no torment or affliction is possible.

References

  1. ^ Sarkar, Prabhat Ranjan (1994) Acarya Vijayananda Avadhuta, ed. Prabhat Samgiita Volume 1 (in Bengali) Kolkata: Ananda Marga Publications ISBN 81-7252-082-4 

External links


Preceded by
Krpa karo prabhu krpa karo
Prabhat Samgiita
1983
With: Jhariya giyache phulera papari
Succeeded by
Gopane gopane eso go nayane