The Micro View of the Songs of 1948 @ SoY – Female Solo Songs – Shamshad Begum [4]

Shamshad Begum’s Solo Songs for 1948 have already spanned 1st, 2nd and 3rd episodes. Some of the solo songs have easily fallen into the Popular Solo Songs category too.

We now take up the concluding part of Shamshad Begum’s Solo Songs for 1948.

Tere Bina Rasiya Mohay Chain Na Aaye – Rangeen Zamana – Pt. Govind Ram – Pt, Fani Khan

Jawani Na Aati Na Dil – Rangeen Zamana – Pt. Govind Ram – Pt, Fani Khan

Tere Bina Zindagi Mere Kis Kaam Ki– Suhaag Raat  – Snehal – Kedar Sharma

Mera Man Ban Phool Phoola Na Samaye Re – Veena – Anil Biswas – Narendra Sharma

Jawani Na Aati Dil Na Ham Lagate – Veena – Anil Biswas – Swami Ramanand

Yahi Tha Agar Vaada Mera Tumhaara – Veena – Anil Biswas – Swami Ramanand

Panchchi Aur Pardesi Dono Nahin Kisi Ke Meeta – Veena – Anil Biswas – Swami Ramanand

Dukhiya Bin Bhikharini Bansuriya Tujhe Pukarti Hai, Nirmohi Bansiwale – Veena – Anil Biswas – Prem Dahelvi

Chali Pee Ke Milan Ko Nan Than Ke Dulhan – Ziddi – Khemchand Prakash – Prem Dhawan

Ek Baat Kahun Ek Baat Kahun Tumse, Bura Na Manoge O Piya – Ziddi – Khemchand Prakash – Nakhab Jarachvi

We will take up Solo Songs of  Rajkumari for the year 1948 in our next episode.

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The Micro View of the Songs of 1948 @ SoY – Female Solo Songs – Shamshad Begum [3]

We continue our micro view of Shamshad Begum’s Solo Songs for 1948 in this episode too.

O Ab Ghar Aa Ja Aa Ja Re Pardesi Balam – Nao – Gyan Dutt – D N Madhok

Meri Kahani Sun Ja O Jaanewale O Jaanewale – Nao – Gyan Dutt – D N Madhok

Muhabbat Mein Dil Ki Khushi – O Jaanewale – Ali Hussain Moradabadi – Kaif Mustafa

Piya Nahi Aaye Mohe – O Jaanewale – Pankaj Mallik

Masti Bahar Ne Mastana Kar Diya – Pugree – Ghulam Mohammad – Shakeel Badayuni

Zamana Beeta Jaaye Haaye Sajan Kab Aaoge – Pugree – Ghulam Mohammad – Shakeel Badayuni

Khushi Jab Rooth Jaati Hai….Nazar Pher Kar Dil Pe – Pugree – Ghulam Mohammad – Shakeel Badayuni

Sawan Ki Ghata Chhaayee Jhar Jhumake Gaa Le – Pugree – Ghulam Mohammad – Shakeel Badayuni

Aye Shaam Ke Taare Tum Unse Yeh Kahana – Rehnuma – Dhumi Khan – Dhumi Khan

Aye Badshah-e-Ali Aye Do Jahan Ke Vali – Rehnuma – Dhumi Khan – Habib Sarhadi

The song for which I have not been able to locate the soft link:

Is Dukhiya Bharat Mata Ke Tum Poot Kahlate Ho – Raees – Monohar Arora – Qaisar Sawai

We will take up the concluding part of Shamshad Begum’s Solo Songs for 1948 in the next episode.

The Micro View of the Songs of 1948 @ SoY – Female Solo Songs – Shamshad Begum [1]

In terms of range of music directors, nature of songs and ranking on the commercial success, solo songs of Geeta Roy also seem to follow the pattern that of solo songs of Shamshad Begum seems to follow. However, Shamshad Begum was probably more established by 1948 and can be considered to be one of those female playback singers of vintage era who has a very firm footprint in the golden era as well.

However, before we draw any inference, let us first listen to the representative songs.

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We have listened to the solo songs of 1948 of two of the other- Lata-Mangeshkar female playback singers – Suraiya and Geeta Roy. We will now listen to the third one – Shamshad Begum – who also spanned quite prominent presence into transition phase of the end of vintage era and the beginning of the golden era.

Kahe Koyal Shor Machaye Re, Mohe Apna Koi Yaad Aaye Re – Aag – Ram Ganguly – Bahzad Laukhanavi

Dil Toot Gaya Jee Chhoot Gaya Kismat Ne Mita Kar Rakh Diya – Aag – Ram Ganguly – Bahzad Laukhanavi

Na Aankhon Mein Aansoo Na Hothon Pe Haaye – Aag – Ram Ganguly – Bahzad Laukhanavi

More Aangan Balam Ka Murgha Bole – Actress – Shyam Sundar – Raja Mahendi Ali Khan

Majanu Bane Hai…Dil Mein Rahate Hai – Actress – Shyam Sundar – Nakshab Jarachavi

Mohabbat Mein Yeh Akhari Sadama Uthana Hai – Actress – Shyam Sundar – Nakshab Jarachavi

More Raja Mujhe Le Chal …..Ham Ko Bhi Bithana Babu –Actress – Shyam Sundar – P L Snatoshi

Nazar Mil Gayee Jane Kisaki Nazar Se – Anokhi Ada – Naushad Ali – Shakeel Badayuni

Aaj Kahan Jaa Ke.. O Aaj Kahan Jaa Ke Nazar Takaryi – Anokhi Ada – Naushad Ali – Shakeel Badayuni

Haal-e-Dil Kisa Ko Sunaun,  Razadan Koi Nahi Mera, Maherban Nahi Koi Mera –  Anjuman – Bulo C Rani – Majrooh Sultanpuri

Kaise Aankhon Se Chhupa Ke, Aa Gaye Tum Dil Mein – Anjuman – Bulo C Rani – Majrooh Sultanpuri

Mere Hothon Par Hansi Hai Aajkal – Anjuman – Bulo C Rani – Majrooh Sultanpuri

Phir Mere Dil Mein Woh Aane Lage, Ha Ha Jaane Lage– Anjuman – Bulo C Rani – Majrooh Sultanpuri

Fariyaad Meri Sun Le O Aasmaanwale – Ghar Ki Izzat – Pt. Govindram – Ishwar Chandra Kapoor

Baali Umar Piya More More More Jiyara Na Lage Jab Se Dekha Hai Tumhe – Gopinath – Ninoo Majumadar – Ram Murty

Aayee Sawan Ki Rut Hamar Dagamag Dole Jiya – Gopinath – Ninoo Majumadar 0 Ram Murty

Bahutero Samjaayo Ri Laakhan Baar Baar – Gopinath – Ninoo Majumadar – Ram Murty

I could not locate a soft audio or video version of the songs:

O Door Base More Saajana, Paas Chale Aa – Ek Aur Aurat – Gopen Mallik, Harbakhsh Singh – B R Sharma

We will continue with second batch of Shamshad Begum’s Solo songs of 1948 in our next episode.

The Micro View of the Songs of 1948 @ SoY – Female Solo Songs – Geeta Roy [3]

The third part of the solo songs of Geeta Roy for 1948 follows the same pattern as the one observed in earlier part [1] and [2], i.e. I do not have any song that I recollect ever having heard earlier. The songs in this part certainly bear the trade mark Geeta Roy singing. I am so happy that I did get to listen to these songs.

Sun-Sun Ri Bulbul Diwani Aaj Suni Hai Maine Chhupkar – Jeene Do – Shaukat Hussain (Dehalvi) – Shevan Rizvi

Aai Hun Tere Dwar Pe Tujhhko Pukarane – Jeene Do – Shaukat Hussain (Dehalvi) – Shevan Rizvi

Raakhi Ka Mausam Aaya Re, Banjare Raakhi Bandh Le – Jeene Do – Shaukat Hussain (Dehalvi) – Shevan Rizvi

Meethi Baaten Suna Ke Lubha Ke Koi Haye Dil Le Gaya – Lal Dupatta – Gyan Dutt – Munshi Shams

Bhala Ho Tera O Rula Denewale – Lal Dupatta – Gyan Dutt – Munshi Shams

Main To Rah Gayee Aaj Akeli Re, Mera Koi Nahi – Majboor – Ghulam Haider – Nazim Panipati

Kuchch Bole Ae Do Akhiyaan – Meri Bhabhi – R A Paijankar – Gulshan Jalalabadi

Hum Bhi Jiye Tum Bhi – Meri Bhabhi – R A Paijankar – Gulshan Jalalabadi

Ro Ro Ke Sunate Hain Jo Ham Apana Fasana – Meri Kahani – Datta Koregaonkar – Zia Sarhadi

Sun Le Meri Kahani Ujhadi Hui Jawani – Meri Kahani – Datta Koregaonkar –Zia Sarhadi

Aata Hai Jindagi Mein– Meri Kahani – Datta Koregaonkar –Zia Sarhadi

Mora Jiya Nahin Bas Mein Mora Jiya Nahin Bas Mein – Padmini – Ghulam Haider – Wali Sahab

More Angana Kaga Na Bole – Padmini – Ghulam Haider –Wali Sahab

Aa Jaa Bedardi Balama Ko Ro Ro Pukare – Shaheed – Ghulam Haider – Raja MeNhadi Ali Khan

Nazar Se Mili Hai Nazar Pahle-Pahle – Toote Tare – Shaukat Ali (Nashad)

Armaan Bhare Dil Ko – Toote Tare – Shaukat Ali Nashad

I have not been able to locate soft links to these songs:

Bina Paron Ka Ek Panchchi Udata Dole – Jeene Do – D V Gadkar- Shevan Rizvi

Ham Unko Dekhanewale, Aye Chand Tujhe Kya Dekhen – Jeene Do – Shaukat Hussain (Dehalvi) – Shevan Rizvi

Tore Angana Beech Khada Biran Tora Tujhko Pukare – Jeene Do – Shaukat Hussain (Dehalvi) – Shevan Rizvi

Paigam Garibon Ka De Do Jamane Ko –  Jeene Do – Shaukat Hussain (Dehalvi) – Shevan Rizvi

We will take up Solo Songs of Shamshad Begum in our next episodes of the current The Micro View of the Songs of 1948 @ SoY

Carnival of Blogs on Golden Era of Hindi Film Music : September, 2017

Welcome to September, 2017 edition of Carnival of Blogs on Golden Era of Hindi Film Music.

Actress Shakila, who is known for the song Babuji Dheere Chalna, passed away in Mumbai on 20th September, 2017.

Actress Shakila dies of heart attack: 5 songs that will remind you of ‘the fairy queen of Indian fantasies’  – Ankita MehtaShakila was one of the top actresses in the 50s and 60s. She acted with Guru Dutt in Aar Paar (1954), Dev Anand in C.I.D (1956), Raj Kapoor in Shriman Satyawadi (1960), Shammi Kapoor in China Town (1962) and Sunil Dutt in Post Box 999.

Shakila, the star of ‘Aar Paar’ and ‘CID’ dies at the age of 82 – She made her debut as a child actor in 1950 and made her breakthrough in Guru Dutt’s ‘Aar Paar’. Born as Badshah Begum on January 1, 1935, Shakila was introduced to cinema by her aunt, who went on to manage the acting careers of Shakila and her sisters Noor, and Nasreen. Shakila’s early appearances include Dastaan (1950), Sindbad the Sailor (1952), Rajrani Damyanti (1952), Aagosh (1953), Shahenshah (1953), Raj Mahal (1953) and Armaan (1953).

Most of the newspapers, like Indian Express, Times Of India, National Herald, Hindustan Times , Free Press Journal, The Quint, News18.com, The Hindu Business Line , Mumbai Mirror etc. also have paid rich tributes.

We will also take a retrospective look and read Shakila (Shakeela) – Interview – by Nalini Uchil in 1984. the interviewer notes that she had great fun while she worked in films. ……Now, Shakila has no use for awards or trophies. …..And nothing will make her come back into films.).

We will now take up tribute posts:

M.S. Subbulakshmi: The woman who built bridges with her music : Madurai Shanmugavadivu Subbulakshmi, who was born on 16 September 1916 and died on 11 December 2004, remains an unsurpassed phenomenon in Carnatic music

Seven Contemporary Covers of Songs Once Famously Sung By Noor Jehan… on her birthday.

Forgotten Composers Unforgettable Melodies: S Mohinder is combined tribute post to S Mohinder on his 92 birthday and Asha Bhosle on her 84th birthday on 8th September:

Kaun kahe unse ja ke ae huzoor by Asha Bhosle from Paapi (1953), lyrics Sarshar Sailani

The September 2017 episode of Fading Memories, Unforgettable Songs was dedicated to (Shankar-) Jaikishan and Hasrat Jaipuri’s Songs Fading From the Memory.

Here are posts on other subjects as well:

Ten of my favourite ‘imprisoned singer’ songs – Hindi cinema has its fair share of people who are in prison, at times in really dire straits but still being able to summon up the energy to sing.

National film archive adds 162 films to its stash – According to a press release, 125 of the newly acquired films are in their original negative format. These include Mani Kaul’s Uski Roti (1969), SU Sunny’s Kohinoor (1960) starring Dilip Kumar, and Jayant Desai’s Amber (1952) starring Nargis and Raj Kapoor.

OP Nayyar’s influence on other Music Directors – Ravindra Kelkar maps representative songs for the three scenarios of the songs composed by other MDs which sound like OP:

1) Those songs which were composed in OP style willingly
2) Those songs composed in OP style due to pressure from producer/distributor
3) Those songs composed in OP style with the intention of cutting OP out

We have reviews of three books at Conversations over Chai:

  • To Her, With Love – that of ‘The Classic Biography of Meena Kumari’
  • No Holds Barred – that of Rishi Kapoor’s autobiography; Khullam Khulla
  • To the Movies Born – that of Asha Parekh’s autobiography. ‘The Hit Girl’, co-authored by Khalid Mohammed

Hindi Songs With Whistling – a list of hindi film songs, where whistling forms a significant part of the song or at times, identity of the song. Not included are the songs having whistling only for a few seconds, may be at the end or the beginning. (e.g. ‘Tum Pukar Lo’ from Khamoshi)

In photos: A Jitendra Arya exhibition captures a budding film industry and a changing nationDamini Kulkarni – acclaimed photographer Jitendra Arya’s camera was as intrepid and bohemian as its owner, capturing Indian personalities like MF Hussain, Ravi Shankar, and Dilip Kumar, as well as powerful international figures like British Nobel laureate Bertrand Russell, Clement Atlee, and Grace Kelly. Arya’s skill as a portraitist has been compared to the versatility of Yousuf Karsh, who has been widely regarded as one of the best photographers of the 20th Century.

Teesri Kasam – A Story of Love That Meandered to its Dead EndTeesri Kasam – the name given to Maare Gaye Gulfam for its cinematic version – was hailed a classic and collected reasonably well at the box-office though a little too late for its producer – the great poet Shailendra. Vijay Kumar explores the similarities and deviations between Teesri Kasam and Maare Gaye Gulfam, both written by the renowned Hindi literatteur Phanishwar Nath Renu. In this exhaustive critique, he peels the layers off five songs of Teesri Kasam, revealing the deep and profound message they express about the anguish of women in the rural hinterland.

Duet Songs with ‘Two Moods’ lists songs having two different moods, mainly Happy and Sad, in broad terms.

In our series Micro View of Best Songs 1948 @SoY of Best songs of 1948: And the winners are?, SoY has presented Best songs of 1948 songs: Wrap Up 1 wherein Mukesh is adjudged the Best Singer for the song Gaaye ja geet milan ke or Kabhi dil dil se takarata to hoga.  In continuation of the series on this blog, we continued with the  posts on Female Solo Songs with following up the first part with the second part  of the solo songs of Geeta Dutt with .

We will end the present post with two very well-known Mohammad Rafi songs featurin Shakeela on the screen.

Jitni Haseen Ho Tum Utani Hi Bewafa Ho – Mangu Dada (1970) – C Arjun – Akhtar Romani

Chheda Jo Dil Ka Fasana Hasa Jor Se Kyon Jamana Alla Jaane Walla Jaane –  Nakli Nawab (1962) – Babul – Raja Mehandi Ali Khan

We also have a Book Review: Sujata Dev’s ‘Mohammed Rafi: Golden Voice of the Silver Screen

I trust you will always feel free to proffer your suggestions for making this series of posts more lively and informative….

Carnival of Quality Management Articles and Blogs – September, 2017

Welcome to September, 2017 edition of Carnival of Quality Management Articles and Blogs.

Our topic for September 2017 is Industry 4.0. This was a concept that had been mentioned in our July, 2017 post for further discussions in the next issue. We will take a quick look at the first few articles appearing in Google search.

Industry 4.0 is a name for the current trend of automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies. It includes cyber-physical systems, the Internet of things, cloud computing and cognitive computing…Industry 4.0 creates what has been called a “smart factory”. Within the modular structured smart factories, cyber-physical systems monitor physical processes, create a virtual copy of the physical world and make decentralized decisions.

Industry 4.0 – The future of the Factory: The fourth industrial revolution has been introduced in recent years. It’s said that Industry 4.0 is the future of the factory where both the objects, which will be equipped with RFID devices, and the machines, will intelligently to communicate with each other in a secure networked environment. In the smart factory, intelligent machines can perform complex tasks while communicating with other machines. The machines will be able to detect mechanical issues or material shortages and then send instant messages to a live person for immediate troubleshooting.

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What Everyone Must Know About Industry 4.0Bernard Marr – The question, then, is not if Industry 4.0 is coming, but how quickly.

5 things you should know about Industry 4.0Jamie Hinks – First things first – this isn’t a new technology. Nor is it a business discipline. It is in fact a new approach to achieve results that weren’t possible 10 years ago thanks to advancements in technology over the past decade.

Industry 4.0: Building the digital enterprise – This PwC research shows that first movers are transforming into digital enterprises. Industrial companies need to act now to secure a leading position in tomorrow’s complex industrial ecosystems.

Manufacturing’s next actCornelius Baur and Dominik Wee – A closer look at what’s behind Industry 4.0 reveals some powerful emerging currents with strong potential to change the way factories work. It may be too much to say that it is another industrial revolution. But call it whatever you like; the fact is, Industry 4.0 is gathering force, and executives should carefully monitor the coming changes and develop strategies to take advantage of the new opportunities.

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Industry 4.0: It’s all about the peopleDouglas K. Gates   : The adoption of i4.0 will have a profound impact on the manufacturing workforce. Organizations should start planning the transition today.

We back up these this broad overview with a few video clips:

Industry 4.0 – Germany’s 4th industrial revolution

Industrie 4.0 – The Fourth Industrial Revolution

Documentary | The Fourth Industrial Revolution

The next manufacturing revolution is here | Olivier Scalabre

Implementing Industrie 4.0: This is how it works!

The World In 2050 – Future Earth – BBC Documentary 2017

We will now turn to our regular sections:

For the present episode we have picked up one article The 3 Reports Every Manager Should Use To Identify High-Performers @ the column Measuring Performance (People & Enterprise) @ Management Matters Network. The article is an excerpt originally published on Entrepreneur and is from Riaz Khadem and Linda Khadem’s book Total Alignment. The Focus Report shows an employee’s performance as it relates to the actual status of each of the process indicators assigned to them. The Feedback Report is a summary of the “good news” and the “bad news” based on the status of your employee’s indicators. It illustrates the factors that have fallen below the unacceptable range in status and those that are above the satisfactory level. Those that fall in between the two are considered in the acceptable range. And the third report is The Management Report, which gives you a quick overview of the highlights of the Feedback Reports of everyone in your pyramid of responsibility, people reporting to you directly as well as indirectly. This approach is “management by exception.”

From Ask The Experts, I have picked up a question – Special Process NCRs During Audit – that relates to a very specific set of qualifications for special processes. The answers are affirmatives Nos, as long as The organization has a process, and if it is effectively implemented that should be satisfactory evidence of conformity.

ASQ CEO, Bill Troy seems to have gone into an irregular mode. Therefore, we will take up one of the recent article post form the ASQ Home page every month now.at present.

We will begin with: Why Customer Service Teams Are Crying Out for Artificial Intelligence. The article presents certain basic advantages and needs to supplement “Why’ of the title of the article. The conclusion of the article sums to message in no uncertain terms: “There is no reason to fear AI, but neither is there any choice. If your business doesn’t utilize the technology, your competitors will. Chatbots and virtual assistants may be limited now, but they’re constantly evolving, and the potential impact they could have on your customer service team is staggering. Experts are all in agreement: AI is here to stay.”

We now watch one of the latest ASQ TV  episodes:

Supply Chain Management: Building a Stronger Supply Chain – In this episode, learn how to build a better supply chain by implementing supplier metrics and a supplier scorecard.

Additional references:

Jim L. Smith’s Jim’s Gems for the month of August, 2017:

The Role of Specification Limits – Determine if a process is in a state of statistical control- jimsmith_200In the previous column Jim Smith discussed the role of specification limits in manufacturing, which led to thoughts about process control limits. When there are data points falling outside the control limits, there is an indication of a special-cause event, so the process should be discontinued until the issue’s root cause has been found and resolved which will then return the process to a state of statistical control. With that said, however, it seems that effective implementation of process control charts remains elusive to many. The control limits provide information about process behavior and have no intrinsic relationship to engineering specifications. Control charts shouldn’t be used without first performing process capability studies to determine the relationship between natural process limits and engineering specification. When capability is known the purpose of control chart limits is to permit simple detection events that are indicative of actual process change. When significant change (special cause variation) is detected the culprit must be identified and eliminated with affected data points eliminated from control chart limit calculation…..Bottom line, after the process capability study has been conducted, engineering specification limits are infrequently consulted by the manufacturing process personnel.

I look forward to your active participation in enriching the blog carnival as we pursue our journey in exploring the happenings across quality management blogs…………

Note: The images depicted here above are through courtesy of respective websites who have the copyrights for the respective images.

 

 

The Micro View of the Songs of 1948 @ SoY – Female Solo Songs – Geeta Roy [2]

We continue the micro-view of Solo Songs of Geeta Roy in the second leg of Solo Songs of Female Playbacksingers for 1948. I had not been to classify any song in the Part 1 of Solo Songs of Geeta Roy as “Popular Song’. Almost the same pattern seems to emerge in this part as well, with one exception.

These songs belong to film Gunsundari, which was simultaneously made in Gujarti too. And the equivalent Gujari songs of the ones that have been presented here is the cause for that exception. I had EP record of these Gujarati songs purchased in 70s, and then when the age of internet dawned, I had located their Hindi Versions.

Nandiya Maare Boli Ke Baan, Balam Main Tumse Na Bolun – Gunsundari – Avinash Vyas – Pt. Indra

Its Gujarati version – Aaj Mari Nandiya Mahenu Maaryun

Bhabhi O Bhabhi Badalo Thoda Thoda Rang

Its Gujarati version: Have Thoda Thoda Tame Thoda Thoda Thao Varnagi O Bhabhi Tame Thoda thoda Thao Varnagi

Khoye Hue Ko Dhoondhe Prabhu– Gunsundari – Bulo C Rani –Pt. Indra

And its Gujarti version – Khovaya Ne Kholawa Prabhu–  which was composed and written by Avinash Vyas

The two versions of the third song have been comopsed by two different composers as against the same composer in the case of the first two songs. That may perhaps totally different approach to the song  compostion of the two versions of the third song.

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Dil Bujha Jaata Hai Nashad Hua Jaat Hai – Heer Ranja – Varmaji, Sharmaji – Vali Sahab

Teri Zat Hai Akbari Saravari – Heer Ranjha

[This song has does not have the singer identified in HFGK. I have gone by the identification of the YT uploader.]

Dil Yun Yun Karata Hai  Ki Dil Yun Yun Karata Hai  – Heer Ranjha

[This song, too, has does not have the singer identified in HFGK. I have gone by the identification of the YT uploader.]

Chubh Gaye Naina Baan More Dil Mein – Hip Hip Hurray – Pt Hanuman Prasad – Moti B.A.

Maine Kya Tha Kiya Jo Bujha Ke Diya Mujhe Rote Andhere Mein – Hip Hip Hurray

[This song, too, not have the singer identified in HFGK. I have gone by the identification of the YT uploader.]

O Ban Ke Azad Panchhi Bhulja Madhuban Mein – Hua Savera – Gyan Dutt – Bhagvati Prasad Bajpeyi

More Man Mein Samaya Hai Pyar Ban Jaaye Koi Pyar Ki Bahaar Mein – Hua Savera – Gyan Dutt – Bhagvati Prasad Bajpeyi

Badalee Hava Khushi Ka Jamana Badal Gaya – Hua Savera – Gyan Dutt – Bhagvati Prasad Bajpeyi

O Ho Ho Jaan Liya Maine Maine Jaan Liya Unhe Pehchan Liya – Hua Savera – Gyan Dutt – Bhagvati Prasad Bajpeyi

Raghuvir Dindayal, Tum Ko Laaj Hamari – Jay Hanuman – Bulo C Rani – Pt. Indra

Mohe Raam Naam Dhun Laagi Jug-Jug Ki Preet Jagi – Jay Hanuman – Bulo C Rani – Pt. Indra

We will conclude the Solo Songs of Geeta Roy – Part [3] – in our next episode.