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Kabir Love Songs

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Mein Ka Se Bujhon, Aapne Piya Ki Baat Ri
Jaan Sujaan Pranpriya Priya Bin, Sabe Bataun Jaat Ri
Aasa Nadi Agadh Kumati Bahe, Roki Kahu Pe Na Jaat Ri
Kam Krodh Dou Bhaye Karare, Padhen Bisaye Rus Maat Ri
Je Panche Aapmaan Ke Sungi, Sumiran Ko Alsaat Ri
Kahe Kabir Bichuri Nahin Milihe, Jyon Taruvar Bin Paat Ri

Translation

Whom shall I inquire, the riddle about my Love ?
Life is lifeless without beloved, I go and tell this to all
In the river of hope thrive crooked desires,
None can stop this reckless flow
Both Passion and anger, are battling their strength
To plunge me in the vicious quagmire
Defamation comes with the company of the Five*
Lethargy takes over and devotion is lost
Says Kabir, once split do not unite
Like a leaf fallen from the tree.

* Panch - Five - Passion, Anger, Greed, Attachment and Ego :
   The elements that lead to Selfishness and Possessiveness

My Understanding

In this verse, Kabir highlights the importance of commitment and understanding in a Love relationship.  It invariably happens that struck by the 'Five' - we become selfish and seek outlets to satisfy our own cravings without caring for the other.  And this becomes the very cause of splits.

 

Rajender Krishan

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Song Comment This is beautiful, meaningful and a great lesson for a good life! Thanks for sharing Rajender Krishan ji. Respects and much Appreciation.
Padmaja Iyengar
09/27/2012
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Index of Love Songs in English
  1. Understand perceive
  2. O my Love, come to my house
  3. Without the beloved, the heart
  4. In dream came my consort
  5. Unable to come to you
  6. When shall I see you again
  7. O Love come but once
  8. Whom shall I inquire
  9. My eyes have developed
  10. Let Us Sing Together The Song
  11. I Don't Like My Father's House
  12. Body, Mind, Wealth are all at sake
  13. My Love, My Veil is stained
  14. The Master is an Expert Dyer
Index of Love Songs in Hindi
  1. Samajh Dekh Man Meet Piyarva
  2. Baalam Avo Hamre Geh Re
  3. Sayeen Bin Darad Kareje Hoye
  4. Supne Mein Sayeen Mile
  5. Aayee Na Sakun Tujhpe
  6. Hey Baliyan Kab Dekhugi Tohi
  7. Naina Untari Aav Tun
  8. Mein Ka Se Bujhon
  9. Ankhiyan To Chhayee Pari
  10. Anand Mangal Gavo Mori Sajni
  11. Naiharva Humka Na Bhave
  12. Tun Mun Dhan Baaji Laagi Ho
  13. Meri Chunri Mein Parigyo Daag
  14. Sahib Hai Rangrej

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