Other known variations
|CD1||Gori baabul ka gharwaa ab hai bideswaa||Lata, chorus||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|CD2||Kaise manaao.n piyawaa, gun mere||Mukesh||OB9||-||-||-||-||AS7||-|
|CD3||Jhuk jhuk jhuk jhoom ghaTaa aayee re||Lata||-||VK5||-||-||-||SC44||-|
|CD4||Akelaa tujhe jaane na doo.ngi||Lata||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|CD5||Neend pari lori gaaye, maa jhulaaye||Lata||-||-||-||-||-||OS2||-|
|CD6||Humko samajh baiThi hai, ye duniyaa||Mukesh||-||-||-||-||-||AR4||-|
|Some of the most memorable songs.
I must mention 'Neend pari lori gaaye'. It's one of the most haunting 'lullabye'
songs ever composed. One must not forget the Bengali version of this song - 'Praantorero
gaan amaar' which was made immortal by Utpala Sen in 1953.
This is a triumph for Lata and Mukesh in fact. Mukesh with his melancholic 'Kaise manaao.n' and his wonderfully melodic 'Humko samajh baiThi hai'.
Lata with her beautifully rhythmic 'Jhuk jhuk jhuk' and the tantalising 'Akela tujhe'.