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Jhule Laal - Sindhi Folkmusic

Laal Meri Pat Rakhiyo Bala Jhoole Laalan Sindri Da, Sehvan Da, Sakhi Shabaaz Qalandar Duma Dum Mast Kalandar, Duma Dum Mast Kalandar Ali Dum Dum De Andar, Ali Dum Dum .....


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Old 25-02-2009
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Jhule Laal - Sindhi Folkmusic

Laal Meri Pat Rakhiyo Bala Jhoole Laalan
Sindri Da, Sehvan Da, Sakhi Shabaaz Qalandar
Duma Dum Mast Kalandar, Duma Dum Mast Kalandar
Ali Dum Dum De Andar, Ali Dum Dum De Andar
O Laal Meri Pat Rakhiyo Bala Jhoole Laalan
Sindri Da Sehvan Da Sakhi Shabaaz Qalandar

Chaar Charaag Tere Baran Hamesha
Panjwa Baaran Aayiaan Bala Jhoole Laalan
Sindri Da, Sehvan Da Sakhi Shabaaz Kalandar
Shahbaz Qalandar, Sakhi Shahbaz Qalandar
Duma Dum Mast Kalandar, Duma Dum Mast Kalandar

Uchra Roza Peera Tera, Uchra Roza Peera Tera
Gaith Wage Gharyaal Bala Jhoole Laalan
Sindri Da, Sehvan Da, Sakhi Shabaaz Qalandar

Ghanan Ghanan Teri Nobat Waagay
Naal Vajay Gharyaal Bala Jhoole Laalan
Sindri Da, Sehvan Da, Sakhi Shabaaz Qalandar
Duma Dum Mast Kalandar, Duma Dum Mast Kalandar


Lyrics of hindi song Jhoole Jhoole Laal

 
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Mythology





The legend of Jhulelal, the river deity, has its historical or semi-historical beginnings in Sind, an erstwhile province of united India and now a state of Pakistan[3]. During the days of Sapt-Sindhu (land of seven rivers), the mainstream Sindhu and its tributaries were considered life-givers to the people who lived on its banks and drew sustenance from its waters. It was precisely the lure of plentiful water that brought invading hordes of Islamic rulers from the neighbouring Arabian Kingdoms to Sind and India. In the 10th century A.D. Sind came under the rule of Samras. The Samras being converts from Hinduism to Islam were neither bigots nor fanatics. However, there was no exception in the Sumra region. Being far away from its capital, Thatta maintained its separate identity and influence.
Swayed by the promise, Mirkshah summoned the panchs (representatives) of the Hindus and ordered them : "Embrace Islam or prepare to die". The terrified Hindus begged Mirkshah for time to consider the shahi firman or royal edict. The pompous Mirkshah relented and agreed to give the desperate Hindus forty days to plead with their God.
Faced with imminent death, the Hindus turned to Lord Varuna, the Lord of the River, to come to their aid. For forty days, they underwent penance. They neither shaved nor wore new clothes, praying and fasting and singing songs in the praise of Lord Varuna. They beseeched him to deliver them from the hands of their persecutor.
On the fortieth day, a voice was heard from Heaven: "Fear not, I shall save you from the wicked Mirkshah. I shall come down as a mortal and take birth in the womb of Mata Devki in the house of Ratanchand Lohano of Nasarpur". After forty days of Chaliho, the followers of Jhulelal even today celebrate the Chaliho Saheb occasion with festivity as Thanksgiving Day.
Jhulelal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

 
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