Har Saans Mein …


Here is another bhajan which you may like.

Har saans mein tera naam liya … Gar yeh na kiya to khaak jiya …
Oh Murali vale yeh to bata … Iske siva ab mujhe kaam hai kya …
Kyun tune banaiyi yeh duniya … Jisme humein tumne daal diya …
Ki ro ro kar karein ek sada .. Tere naam ka de do phir aasara...
Tera naam amar, Aasav lagata ...Jo pee lay isko ek dafa ...
Woh khud se bhi ho jaye juda ...Duniya ki usey ho kya parvaah ..
Mahima is naam ki kaun kahe... Isey lekar papi bhi hai tarein
Jo bhi is naam ke sang chale... Bhav sagaar sindhu se voh na darein...
Ab karo kripa itni hum par ... ki bhatke hum na dar dar par ..
Teri dar par humein swikaar karo ... Prabhu humari naiyya paar karo ..

I hope you like it …

Translation in English 
I have gotten some requests for translation, so here is the translation (Mostly literal), leave your comments with your views.

I take your name in every breath ... If I don't do this then what is my life after all
Oh the one with the flute (Lord Krishna) please tell me this ... Is there any other work for me ...

Why did you create this world ... And put us in it .....
That we keep crying and request for just one thing ... give us the shelter of your name ....

Your name is immortal, it is also feels like the drug, the person who drinks this once ...
He will seperate from himself (his physical self) .. what concern may he have about the world ...

Who can sing the praise of thy name ... taking this even the biggest sinners have attained salvation
Who ever stays and walks with the name ... gets rid of this mundane ocean of existance ...

Please I request you to grace me with this ... that we don't keep getting lost between places ...
Please accept us at your door ... God, please get my boat across the worldly ocean ...


The tune for this that i created is at https://soundcloud.com/alok-shrivastwa/har-saans-mein

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