Bhajans

નાદબ્રહ્મ પદ - ૫૭૩, રાગ - હિંડોળાની સામેરી
Nādbrahma pada 573, rāga - hindolā-ni sāmeri

Dhaman Bhajan Mandal (Recorded in 1971)

Dhaman Bhajan Mandal - 573 Hani Hare Subhag Savan Ayo

Shree Ramkabir Mandir Bhajan Mandal (Recorded on Janmashtami 2011)

Tarsadi Bhajan Mandal (Recorded in 1982 in Mumbai)

Tarsadi Bhajan Mandal - 573 Hani-hare Subhag Savan Aay

હનિહાંરે સુભગ સાવન આયો, દશરથ દ્વારે હિંડોળો સોહાયો;
હનિહાંરે પ્રથમ દિવસ ત્રીજ અજવાળી, રચ્યો હિંડોળો પરમ સુખકારી ... ટેક
hani-hāre subhag sāvan āyo, dash-rath dvāre hiňdolo sohāyo
hani-hāre pratham divas trij aja-vāli, rachyo hiňdolo param sukh-kāri ... repeat

પરમ સુંદર સરસ શોભા, શેષ સહસ્ત્ર ન શકે કહી;
યુગલ ખંભ અનુપ સુંદર, દાંડી ચાર ઝગમગ રહી ... ૧
param suňdar saras shobhā, shesh sahastra na shake kahi
yugal khambh anup suňdar, dāňdi chār jhag-mag rahi ... 1

મખમલ કે તકિયા બિરાજે, બિછુના બહુવિધ બને;
લાલ દોરી ગ્રહી ઝુલાવત, ચિત્ર કે ચંદ્રવા તને ... ૨
makh-mal ke takiyā birāje, bichhu-nā bahu-vidh bane
lāl dori grahi jhulāvat, chitra ke chaňdra-vā tane ... 2

કનક પુષ્પ અનેક રચના, હિંડોળો હરિ મન ભાવહી;
કહેત કૃષ્ણદાસ અવસર, શુભ સાવન આવહી ... ૩
kanak pushpa anek rachanā, hiňdolo hari man bhāvahi
kahet krishna-dās ava-sar, shubha sāvan āvahi ... 3

YouTube Video(s):
1. Orna Bhajan Mandal - Janmashtami 2008
Orna Bhajan Mandal - Janmashtami 2010
3. Shree Ramkabir Mandir Bhajan Mandal - October 2007, Bhajans at Phoenix, Arizona
4. Shree Ramkabir Mandir Bhajan Mandal - August 25, 2007, Bhajans at Brownsville, Texas
5. Shree Ramkabir Mandir Bhajan Mandal - Janmashtami 2011
6. Syadla Bhajan Mandal - 1981
7. Syadla Bhajan Mandal - Janmashtami 2010
8. SRBS-SC - Janmashtami 2011

English Translation:
[Bhajans and prayers have drawn inspiration from the Mother Nature weaving in itself vivid shades of colors and shades evoking divine feelings in the hearts of the devotees. The advent of monsoon provides solace from sweltering heat of summers, which feels like heavenly blessings.]

0. On the doorstep of the palace of King Dashrath, a beautiful swing looks shiningly beautiful. On the first day of Monsoon, and on third night of moonlit days, very comfortable swing is designed.

1. The splendorous swing looks so much wonderful, that thousands of Shesh Naag cannot describe its magnificence. The two poles symbolic represent birth and death, with four aspects of human life, meaning Birth, Youth, Old Age and lastly Death. Only through the divine grace of the God, can one enjoy all round grandeur of mortal life.

2. Reclining on a velvety pillow and lying on a vividly colored bed. All through life, the soul enjoys all sorts of comforts and pleasures like swinging on a celestial swing. Holding a red rope of the life, the Soul swings between two ends of human life.

3. Embellished with differently created gold flowery motifs the swing looks endearingly beautiful. Poet Krishnadas says, such occasions do not come your way, as after sweltering heat of the summers cause solace to the life of a devotee.