Tagore song : Pagla hawaar baadol dinay, posted and translated by ranu

পাগলা হাওয়ার বাদল-দিনে
পাগল আমার মন জেগে ওঠে ।
চেনাশোনার কোন্ বাইরে যেখানে পথ নাই নাই রে
সেখানে অকারণে যায় ছুটে ।।
ঘরের মুখে আর কি রে কোনো দিন সে যাবে ফিরে ।
যাবে না, যাবে না-
দেয়াল যত সব গেল টুটে ।।
বৃষ্টি-নেশা-ভরা সন্ধ্যাবেলা কোন্ বলরামের আমি চেলা,
আমার স্বপ্ন ঘিরে নাচে মাতাল জুটে- যত মাতাল জুটে ।
যা না চাইবার তাই আজি চাই গো,
যা না পাইবার তাই কোথা পাই গো ।
পাব না, পাব না,

Mori aushombhauber paye matha kootay

This cloudy monsoon day of crazy wind,

Has awakened my insane heart.

Somewhere completely unknown

Where there are no paths,

It  runs off for no apparent reason.

Will it reach the entrance of its home some day?

Will it ever return, there is an echo,

it will not, no it will not.

All the walls have crashed.

On an  evening’s intoxicating rain,

I question myself, which great one’s follower am I?

In my dream I see  drunkards dancing.

Today I want what I should not ask for.

Where will I get what is unattainable?

I know I will not get it,

even if I die banging my head for the impossible.

 

…………………………….:)

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10 thoughts on “Tagore song : Pagla hawaar baadol dinay, posted and translated by ranu

  1. Dear Ranu,

    Thank you for sharing this with us. I like it a lot.

    This line resonates with me a lot: “Where will I get what is unattainable?”

    All good wishes,

    robert

  2. This is a nice song, no doubt. Thanks for sharing the translated version. You must haven’t noticed that the singer Lopamudra carelessly sang the line “দেয়াল যত সব গেল টুটে ” as ” – – – – যাবে টুটে” । Singers who sings Rabindrasangeet carelessly and changes the lyrics, at least I don’t like them.
    Thanks for your efforts.

  3. My dearest sister,

    Thanks for sharing this. It’s just beginning to rain here too, although not monsoon, but the song sounds so timely 🙂

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