Not merely your words alone …


A link to Debabrata Biswas’ rendition along with a translation of the song.

shudhu tomar bani noy go

Not merely your words alone, oh my friend, my dearest
Once in a while, do touch my heart too, I beg you in all earnest.
The fatigue of my journey long and the thirst at the end of the day
How shall I ever slake, I hardly know a way
This darkness you have filled up wholly, that alone do attest
Once in a while, do touch my heart too, I beg you in all earnest.
My heart is pining to share itself, not to receive alone
It travels along bearing inside all it has saved on its own.
Put forth your hand and place it, on my hand perchance
Hold it I shall, fill it I shall, to make us companions
My lonely way with delight wondrous I will surely then be blest
Once in a while, do touch my heart too, I beg you in all earnest.
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  • Shubhojeet (IdleMind)  On December 30, 2013 at 12:31 pm

    Dipankarda, oshadharon hoyechhe! I think the feeling of such songs have always been a hallmark to Georgeda’s singing style, and now it has touched your pen as well. Every word is brimming with the philosophy of Tagore.

  • MANJULA SENGUPTA.  On December 30, 2013 at 7:29 pm

    Ato bhalo onubaad saadhaaraunotoh bhaabaanubaad-e paawa jaay.Kintu ekhaane to dekhchhi, chhaundo, antyamil aar gaaner mul baktobyo tintei baurtomaan ! Sotti khub bhalo laaglo.

    • dipankardasgupta  On December 30, 2013 at 10:01 pm

      onek dhonyobad manjula debi. amar proyash-ta apni thik-i dhorechhen. chhondo chharao aar ekta kotha mathaey chhilo. shur. ingreji onubad-ta ki mool ganeer shure gawa jaay? amar dharona jaay. bhalo thakben.

  • Dipankar Dasgupta  On December 30, 2013 at 9:19 pm

    Thank you Shubhojit. tomader bhalo lagatai amar puroshkar! dipankar-da

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