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Hymn No. 1215 | Date: 21-Mar-1988
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ઢોલના ઢમકારે, ઝાંઝરના રણકારે

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Dholna Dhamkare, Jhanjhar Randkare

મા, ભગવાન (Almighty Mother, God)


Gujarati Bhajan no. 1215 by Satguru Devendra Ghia - Kaka
ઢોલના ઢમકારે, ઝાંઝરના રણકારે
નોરતાની રાત, માડી ગરબે ઘૂમે રે, માડી ગરબે ઘૂમે
તાળીઓના તાલે, ભક્તોના ભાવે, ગરબે ઘૂમે રે, માડી ...
નાચે હૈયા ઉમંગે, આનંદ ત્યાં રેલાયે, ગરબે ઘૂમે રે, માડી ...
નાના મોટા આવે, સહુ ભેગા મળી ગાયે, ગરબે ઘૂમે રે, માડી ..
સમય વીતતો જાયે સમય ઓછો લાગે, ગરબે ઘૂમે રે, માડી ...
દુખિયા દુઃખ ભૂલી જાયે, આનંદમાં ન્હાયે, ગરબે ઘૂમે રે, માડી ...
નોરતા વારંવાર આવે, હૈયે એવું થાયે, ગરબે ઘૂમે રે, માડી ...
ગરબા સહુ ગાયે, રસલ્હાણ ત્યાં થાયે, ગરબે ઘૂમે રે, માડી ...
તાલે તાલે સહુ નાચે, ભાન ત્યાં ભુલાયે, ગરબે ઘૂમે રે, માડી ...
સદ્દગુરુ દેવેન્દ્ર ઘીયા (કાકા)

Lyrics in English
dholana dhamakare, jhanjarana ranakare
noratani rata, maadi garbe ghume re, maadi garbe ghume
taliona tale, bhaktona bhave, garbe ghume re, maadi ...
nache haiya umange, aanand tya relaye, garbe ghume re, maadi ...
nana mota ave, sahu bhega mali gaye, garbe ghume re, maadi ..
samay vitato jaaye samay ochho lage, garbe ghume re, maadi ...
dukhiya dukh bhuli jaye, aanand maa nhaye, garbe ghume re, maadi ...
norata varam vaar ave, haiye evu thaye , garbe ghume re, maadi ...
garaba sahu gaye, rasalhana tya thaye, garbe ghume re, maadi ...
taale tale sahu nache, bhaan tya bhulaye, garbe ghume re, maadi ...

Explanation in English
In this beautiful Gujarati Bhajan Kakaji has written a Garba ( folk song & dance of Gujarat, India related to the nine auspicious night's when the Divine Mother is worshipped.) devoted to the Divine Mother.
Kaka (Satguru Devendra Ghia) ji is in praises for the Divine Mother and sings
Hearing to the sound of the drums, and to the sound of cymbals on the auspicious nine nights (Navratri), the Divine Mother play's Garba, the Divine Mother play's Garba.
To the beat of applause & at the emotions of the devotees, the Divine Mother play's Garba.
Dancing with excitement, happiness prevails the Divine Mother play's Garba.
People young and old come together and they all get together and sing, and the Divine Mother plays Garba.
While playing Garba (folk dance of Gujarat, India) time moves on and the time seems to be running short.
Due to it the sorrowful person forgets it's sorrows and bathes in happiness the mother play's Garba.
Let these nine auspicious night's (Navratri) come again and again, it happens in the heart.
When Garba (folk song of Gujarat, India) is sung by all, and played by all the Divine Mother play's Garba.
All sing and tap on the moves forgetting their consciousness. Let's play Garba
Kakaji is explaining here the importance of playing Garba which are the Nine Divine nights of the Divine Mother which makes a person happy, cheerful, peaceful and sorrow less.

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