Ismaili Seniors Matki Band Writes Diamond Jubilee Devotional Song – Composed and Arranged by Kamal Haji

A Diamond Jubilee tribute, “Bahaar” (meaning, spring) captures the joyous mood of Ismailis, as they celebrate the arrival of their beloved Imam. His presence uplifts their hearts, just like spring renews life on earth.

The immensely artistic members of the Ismaili Seniors Matki Band of Southwestern United States, penned the Gujarati lyrics to the original song “Bahaar”, in collaboration with the Band Director and original lyricist, Kamal Haji.

 

Original Music & Arrangement: Kamal Haji
Original Lyrics (Urdu): Kamal Haji
Translated Lyrics (Gujarati): Ismaili Seniors Matki Band, Kamal Haji
Performers: Shabana Rattani, Nizar Virani, Fazeelat Ali, Saif Sattani, and Kamal Haji
Live Percussion: Zubair Bhimani & Ismaili Seniors Matki Band

Album: Reflections (July 11, 2017 Diamond Jubilee, USA)

Audio / Lyrical Video Production: USA / Canada

Recorded by Kamal Haji
Additional Recording, Mixed and Mastered by Stephen Adwell at AMR Studio

Lyrics: BAHAAR (GUJARATI)

Mawla Avya To Avi Bahaar, Karim Shah Mane Waala Lage 
Shangharshu Have Eno Darbar, Karim Shah Mane Waala Lage

Maro Mawla Chhe Maro Sarkar, Karim Shah Mane Waala Lage 
Mawla Avya To Avi Bahaar, Karim Shah Mane Waala Lage

Interlude

Sohamni Raat Chhe, Sakhiono Sath Chhe
Khushio Manavo, Mithi Soghat Chhe
Jovo Kevi Harkhay Chhe Jamat
Karim Shah Mane Waala Lage

Maro Mawla Chhe Maro Sarkar, Karim Shah Mane Waala Lage
Mawla Avya To Avi Bahaar, Karim Shah Mane Waala Lage

Interlude

Har Ek Momin Nu Dil Mawla Nu Chhe Ghar
Dar Aenu Chhe, Rehemat Nu Samandar
Avyo Diamond Jubilee Nu Avsar
Karim Shah Mane Waala Lage

Maro Mawla Chhe Maro Sarkar, Karim Shah Mane Waala Lage
Mawla Avya To Avi Bahaar, Karim Shah Mane Waala Lage

Mawla Avya To Avi Bahaar, Karim Shah Mane Waala Lage
Shangharshu Have Eno Darbar, Karim Shah Mane Waala Lage

Maro Mawla Chhe Maro Sarkar, Karim Shah Mane Waala Lage
Mawla Avya To Avi Bahaar, Karim Shah Mane Waala Lage

 

All related

 

More…

Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, its achievements and humanitarian works.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s