Madi Taru Kanku Kharyu Ne Suraj Ugyo

I heard this famous Gujarati Bhajan for the first time when my aunt Rita, who is trained in Hindustani Classical Music and has a beautiful voice sang it during a family gathering. I was hooked instantly. At that time, being a kid, I did not understand the meaning. I heard it a couple of times again during similar family occasions from her.Suraj
Recently, I looked for it on YouTube and found this brilliant rendition by Osman Mir:


Madi Taru Kanku Kharyu Ne Suraj Ugyo Jag Mathe Jane Prabhuta Ae Pag Mukyo Kanku Kharyu Ne Suraj Ugyo. Mandir Sarjayu Ne Ghantarav Gajyo Brahmno Chandarvo Ma Ae Ankhyuma Anjyo Divo Thava Mandir No Chando Aavi Pugyo Kanku Kharyu Ne Suraj Ugyo Mavdini Kotma Tarana Moti Janani Ni Ankhyuma Poonam Ni Jyoti Chhadi Re Pukari Mani Moralo Tahukyo. Madi taru Kanku Kharyu Ne Suraj Ugyo Gujarati Song Karaoke. Mehndi Te Vavi Malve Ne Eno Rang Gayo Gujarat Re Karaoke.

Madi Taru Kanku Kharyu Ne Suraj Ugyo

Madi taru kanku kharyu ne suraj ugyo
As I learnt later, Morari Bapu a very revered personality, famous for conducting Ram Kathas found him during a visit to some rural area and was so impressed with his singing that he ensured that he sang at every event he conducted.

Madi Taru Kanku Kharyu Ne Suraj Ugyo Lyrics In Hindi

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The song itself was intitialy sung by the famous singer Rasbihari Desai. The rendition by Osman Mir blurs the false distinctions created by religion and proves that music is agnostic and devotion can be completely secular.

Madi Taru Kanku Kharyu Ne Suraj Ugyo Lyrics In Gujarati

This Navratri, enjoy this soulful bhajan. These days, however, Navratri has changed beyond recognition. The devotional element towards the Mother Goddess has all but disappeared. I am not saying if it is good or bad. But it has changed for sure. This change is more visible in cities. In the villages of Gujarat, the real essence of the Navratri still lives on. Thanks to the likes of Osman Mir and others with his talent and devotion.