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Song Name Jodi Tor Dak Shune Keu Na Aase
CategoriesBengali.
AlbumEke Eke Egaro Vol 2 Lopamudra Mitra.
ComposerLopamudra Mitra.
GenreIndian Folk.
LabelSaregama.
LyricstRabindranath Tagore.
SingerLopamudra Mitra.
Duration 03:28
Record on January 8, 2005
Album Price $-1
Song Price $0.99
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Jodi Tor Dak Shune Keu Na Aase Lyrics

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"Jodi Tor Daak Shune Keu Na Ase Tobe Ekla Chalo Re" (Bengali: যদি তোর ডাক শুনে কেউ না আসে তবে একলা চলো রে, Jodi Tor Daak Shune Keu Naa Aase Tobe Eklaa Chalo Re, "If no one responds to your call, then go your own way alone"), commonly known as Ekla Chalo Re, is a Bengali patriotic song written by Rabindranath Tagore in 1905.
Originally titled as "Eka", the song was first published in the September 1905 issue of Bhandar magazine.It was influenced by Harinaam Diye Jagat Matale Amar Ekla Nitai Re, a popular Bengali Kirtan song of Dhapkirtanor Manoharshahi gharana praising Nityananda, disciple of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu. Ekla Chalo Re was incorporated in the "Swadesh" (Homeland) section of Tagore's lyrical anthology Gitabitan.
The song exhorts the listener to continue his or her journey, despite abandonment or lack of support from others. The song is often quoted in the context of political or social change movements. Mahatma Gandhi, who was deeply influenced by this song, cited it as one his favorite songs.

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"Ekla Chalo Re" was written at Giridih town in modern-day Jharkhand, India.[7] It was one of the 22 protest songs written during the Swadeshi period of Indian freedom movement and along with "Amar Sonar Bangla", it became one of the key anthem of the Anti-Partition Movement in Bengal Presidency in 1905.[8]
Titled as "Eka" ("Alone") the song was first published in the September 1905 issue of Bhandar magazine.[1] "Eka" was first included in Tagore's song anthology Baul in 1905.[7] In 1941, it was incorporated into the "Swadesh" ("Homeland") section of Gitabitan, the complete anthology of Tagore's music.[9]
The musical notation of "Ekla Chalo Re" was prepared by Indira Devi, a niece of Tagore.[1] The notation was first published in the April-May 1906 issue of Sangeet-Vignan Prakashika magazine and later incorporated into the 46th volume of Swarabitan, the complete collection of Tagore's musical notationsRecording history
Ekla Chalo Re was first recorded by Rabindranath Tagore himself sometime between 1905 and 1908.[1] The cylinder record labelled H. Bose Swadeshi Records is now lost.[1] Two other records of the song made by Harendranath Dutta (record no P5270) and Hindustan Party (comprising Amala Dutta, Nandita Devi, Sudhin Dutta and Santidev Ghosh) (record no H 191) are released by Gramophone Company of India and Hindustan Records respectively.[1]
Eminent Rabindra Sangeet singer Suchitra Mitra recorded this song twice, first in 1948 (record no N27823) and then in 1984 (record no PSPL 1501).

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