Music and lyrics
by Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar
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- Prabhat Samgiita
- List of songs of Prabhat Samgiita
- Alphabetical list of Prabhat Samgiita songs
- History of Prabhat Samgiita
- Prabhat Samgiita: English songs
Here are the MP3 files that originally resided only on prabhatasamgiita.net but were moved to Sarkarverse when they were no longer being maintained there. The somewhat unusual folder structure has been maintained for the facility of anyone who had been linking to files on prabhatasamgiita.net. In addition, here we have added some MP3 files that were missing on prabhatasamgiita.net as well as some better or pleasing recordings of various songs.
Lyrics and translations
On Sarkarverse, each song is treated to a separate article. The lyrics are presented in both Roman script and Bengali script (Bangla). And each song is retranslated on a line by line basis. However, that project may take quite a while to complete. On prabhatasamgiita.net, the lyrics (Roman script only) and the original translations (perhaps by Acarya Vijayananada Avadhuta or Acarya Priyashivananda Avadhuta or Shrii P.D. Narayan) are all given on a single HTML page. For easier navigation and reference, on Sarkarverse that same page has been converted into one Wiki article with 5 sub-articles.
Earliest notations (Sargam)
The files stored here are digitized versions of the earliest publications of Prabhat Samgiita, booklets providing the melody in Sargam notation. The PDFs are re-compiled from scans of booklets or bound volumes that have been provided to Sarkarverse. The quality of the scans remains roughly the same as was provided. Whatever is missing in any folder or in any PDF is solely due to the fact that it was missing in the scans received. Note that the PDFs relating to Songs 1001 and higher are entirely in Bangla script. Currently, no Sargam notation is available to Sarkarverse for any songs in the 4001-5018 range.
Though these booklets are long out of print and highly unlikely to be republished in their previous format, the copyright remains with Ananda Marga Pracaraka Samgha.