Wednesday, 19 May 2010

Chale aana Prabhuji chale aana

Kabhi Ram Banke, Kabhi Shyam Banke

Kabhi Ram banke kabhi Shyam banke
Chale aana Prabhuji chale aana


Meaning: O my Lord, please come to me, sometimes taking the Divine form of Rama and at other times in the Divine form of Shyama, please come to me!



Kabhi Ram banke kabhi Shyam banke
Chale aana Prabhuji chale aana

Tum Rama roop me aana
Tum Rama roop me aana
Sita saath leke Dhanusha haath leke
Chale aana Prabhuji chale aana


Meaning: Please come to me in the Divine form of Rama holding bow and arrows in your hands and along with your consort Sita devi.


Kabhi Ram banke kabhi Shyam banke
Chale aana Prabhuji chale aana

Tum Shyam roop me aana
Tum Shyam roop me aana
Radha saath leke murali haath leke
Chale aana Prabhuji chale aana


Meaning: Lord, please come to me in the Divine form of Shyama (Krishna) holding the flute in your hands together with your sweetheart Radha.



Kabhi Ram banke kabhi Shyam banke
Chale aana Prabhuji chale aana

Tum Shivaki roop me aana
Tum Shivaki roop me aana
Gauri saath leke damaru haath leke
Chale aana Prabhuji chale aana


Meaning: O my Lord, please come in the Divine form of Shiva holding 'damaru' (musical cymbal) in your hands and accompanied your divine consort Gauri.




Kabhi Ram banke kabhi Shyam banke
Chale aana Prabhuji chale aana

Tum Vishnu roop me aana
Tum Vishnu roop me aana
Lakshmi saath leke Chakra haath leke
Chale aana Prabhuji chale aana


Meaning: O Lord, please come in the Divine form of Vishnu holding the disc in your hands and together with your spouse, Lakshmi Devi.


Kabhi Ram banke kabhi Shyam banke
Chale aana Prabhuji chale aana


Tum Ganpati roop me aana
Tum Ganpati roop me aana
Riddhi saath leke Siddhi haath leke
Chale aana Prabhuji chale aana


Meaning: O Lord, please come on the Divine form of Ganesha, along with our wives, Riddhi by your side and holding the hand of Siddhi.


Kabhi Ram banke kabhi Shyam banke
Chale aana Prabhuji chale aana


Meaning: O Lord please come by, sometimes as Rama and at other times as Shyama, please do come and bless me with Divine vision.

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