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Are Sansar Sansar

Are Sansar Sansar Mp3 Song, Download Are Sansar Sansar, Are Sansar Sansar Mp3 Download"Are Sansar Sansar" is a music track from 1961 Hit Regional Indian track List, Manini.Main master participated in works, took part as .This song was released before, begining to blast by Marathi people.Regional Indian`s charming star Jayshree Gadkar and Chandrakant Gokhale represented fresh look in the video track. meet withseveral honour for enjoyable work of a Regional Indian song.The track was nicely composed by basant pawar while it was well sung by Suman Kalyanpur.Saregama, recorded this soundtrack after recording "Are Khopya Madhi Khopa" track represented by Asha Bhosle. Vocals of the track was created by bahinabai chowdhary .It rapidly soared sky-high on the video platform youtube in 2002, and is viewed by 15.55 thousand people.This was Suman Kalyanpur`s 631th song, Out of 677 total till now.Estimated profit to Saregama from music track is $3103.Song is to hand on itune music store for just $1.29 or all album for $6.99.

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Song Name Are Sansar Sansar
CategoriesMarathi.
AlbumManini.
ComposerBasant Pawar.
GenreRegional Indian.
LabelSaregama.
LyricstBahinabai Chowdhary.
SingerSuman Kalyanpur.
Duration 03:26
Record on January 1, 1962
Album Price $6.99
Song Price $1.29
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Folk songs writer Bahinabai Choudhari (1879-1951), lived in rural India. She composed poems in a dialect of Marathi called Ahirani, spoken in Khandesh region of Maharastra. She could not read or write and never had formal education. She would orally compose poems with spontaneity while doing her daily chores in house-hold and farm, and sing to herself. Her poems reflected her innate wisdom and simple philosophy of life. She expressed her thoughts using similes of rural farm life that surrounded her. Written in early 1900s, Bahinabai uses to fine effect repetitious, hypnotic meter found in lullabies and in folk songs that accompany women's heavy work of grinding grain. The poems were truly one woman's dialogue with herself with no thought of ever publishing them. Sopandev Chaudhari, the son of Bahinabai, a well-respected Marathi poet in his own right, handwrote some of his mother's poems on a scrap pieces of paper and took it to Mr. PK (Acharya) Atre, a multifaceted colorful personality. Mr. Atre writes in his foreword to Bahinabai Chaudhari's poems, "I literally jumped to extract all the pages of the manuscript. They were so enchanting it left me breathless. I said, this is gold, Sopandev! Don't keep it away from the people of Maharastra !" Some of her poems were published in a book called "Bahinabaichi Gaani".

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