O my Lover! Come to my home, O my Master! Come to my home (Ginan: Uncha Re)

Ginan: Uncha Re – Soul’s yearning for the Vision/Deedar

The venti ginan Uncha Re Kot Bahuvech is set in Raag Sindhoora, traditionally sung during monsoon, this raag has an overall romantic feel. –Aly Sunderji

O Lord! Your abode is at an elevated fort far away, beneath which is an ocean. I am a fish in the ocean. O Lord! Come to save me, for I am restless without your Vision (Darshan).

O my Lover! Come to my home, O my Master! Come to my home. I am your created being who has forgotten the means of your worship. O Lord! Bless me with your Vision. –Karim Maherali

O my Lover! Come to my home, O my Master! Come to my home (Ginan: Uncha Re)

Eji Unchaa re kot bahu vechanaa
Niche vahe dariyaav
Hu(n) re dariyaa-vandi maachhali
Saa(n)hiya taarañ aav

Hu(n) re darshan bina baavari
Baalam ghare aav, saajan ghare aav
Bando bhuliyo taari bandagi
Saa(n)hiya soorat bataav. . ..Hu(n) re..1
–Pir Hasan Kabirdin

Read full translation here: https://ismailimail.wordpress.com/2017/05/12/ginan-unchaa-re-kot-bahu-vechana-your-abode-is-at-an-elevated-fort-far-away/

Author: ismailimail

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

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