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Fakir Lalon Shah (Lalon Mela 2009) 01 [21:45]
Fakir Lalon Shah also known as Lalon Shah (c.1774--1890), was a Bengali philosopher poet. He lived in the village of Cheuria in the area known as Nodia in the Bengal Presidency of British India, corresponding to the district of Kushtia in present-day Bangladesh. Lalon composed numerous songs and poems which describe his philosophy. Among his most popular songs are khachar bhitor auchin pakhi, jat gelo jat gelo bole, dekhna mon jhokmariay duniyadari, paare loye jao amay, milon hobe koto dine, aar amare marishne maa, tin pagoler holo mela, etc. The songs of Lalon give subliminal exposures to the reality/truth that lies beyond our material plane/realism. They give a feel of the indescribable. To an engrossed listener, his songs briefly open and close a narrow passage to peep through to the other world beyond the opaque glass ceiling of this world. Poet Rabindranath Tagore in his 1933 London Hebart Lecture first applauded Lalan Shah as a mystic poet who discovered "soul" and the meaning of "man". Tagore said: "I discovered that 'man' from the songs of Lalan who said that "(ai manushe ase se mon....) "....) the 'man' is within yourself where are you searching Him. Lalon Shah had a perceptible influence on the poet Rabindranath Tagore, who introduced the Baul tradition of Bengal to the world. His own music had been influenced by the diversity of Baul tradition. American poet Allen Ginsberg was inspired by Lalon Shah in writing his poem After Lalon, included in the poetry ...
Tags: Lalon, Mela, Fakir, Shah, songs, of, Bengali, Baul, saint, Kushtia, culture, Bangladesh, mystic, poet, song, composer, social, reformer, secular, thinker

Fakir Lalon Shah (Lalon Mela 2009) 02 [21:11]
Fakir Lalon Shah also known as Lalon Shah (c.1774--1890), was a Bengali philosopher poet. He lived in the village of Cheuria in the area known as Nodia in the Bengal Presidency of British India, corresponding to the district of Kushtia in present-day Bangladesh. Lalon composed numerous songs and poems which describe his philosophy. Among his most popular songs are khachar bhitor auchin pakhi, jat gelo jat gelo bole, dekhna mon jhokmariay duniyadari, paare loye jao amay, milon hobe koto dine, aar amare marishne maa, tin pagoler holo mela, etc. The songs of Lalon give subliminal exposures to the reality/truth that lies beyond our material plane/realism. They give a feel of the indescribable. To an engrossed listener, his songs briefly open and close a narrow passage to peep through to the other world beyond the opaque glass ceiling of this world. Poet Rabindranath Tagore in his 1933 London Hebart Lecture first applauded Lalan Shah as a mystic poet who discovered "soul" and the meaning of "man". Tagore said: "I discovered that 'man' from the songs of Lalan who said that "(ai manushe ase se mon....) "....) the 'man' is within yourself where are you searching Him. Lalon Shah had a perceptible influence on the poet Rabindranath Tagore, who introduced the Baul tradition of Bengal to the world. His own music had been influenced by the diversity of Baul tradition. American poet Allen Ginsberg was inspired by Lalon Shah in writing his poem After Lalon, included in the poetry ...
Tags: Lalon, Mela, Fakir, Shah, songs, of, Bengali, Baul, saint, Kushtia, culture, Bangladesh, mystic, poet, song, composer, social, reformer, secular, thinker

Fakir Lalon Shah (Lalon Mela 2010) 01 [17:55]
Fakir Lalon Shah also known as Lalon Shah (c.1774--1890), was a Bengali philosopher poet. He lived in the village of Cheuria in the area known as Nodia in the Bengal Presidency of British India, corresponding to the district of Kushtia in present-day Bangladesh. Lalon composed numerous songs and poems which describe his philosophy. Among his most popular songs are khachar bhitor auchin pakhi, jat gelo jat gelo bole, dekhna mon jhokmariay duniyadari, paare loye jao amay, milon hobe koto dine, aar amare marishne maa, tin pagoler holo mela, etc. The songs of Lalon give subliminal exposures to the reality/truth that lies beyond our material plane/realism. They give a feel of the indescribable. To an engrossed listener, his songs briefly open and close a narrow passage to peep through to the other world beyond the opaque glass ceiling of this world. Poet Rabindranath Tagore in his 1933 London Hebart Lecture first applauded Lalan Shah as a mystic poet who discovered "soul" and the meaning of "man". Tagore said: "I discovered that 'man' from the songs of Lalan who said that "(ai manushe ase se mon....) "....) the 'man' is within yourself where are you searching Him. Lalon Shah had a perceptible influence on the poet Rabindranath Tagore, who introduced the Baul tradition of Bengal to the world. His own music had been influenced by the diversity of Baul tradition. American poet Allen Ginsberg was inspired by Lalon Shah in writing his poem After Lalon, included in the poetry ...
Tags: Lalon, Mela, Fakir, Shah, songs, of, Bengali, Baul, saint, Kushtia, culture, Bangladesh, mystic, poet, song, composer, social, reformer, secular, thinker

Fakir Lalon Shah (Lalon Mela 2010) 02 [19:12]
Fakir Lalon Shah also known as Lalon Shah (c.1774--1890), was a Bengali philosopher poet. He lived in the village of Cheuria in the area known as Nodia in the Bengal Presidency of British India, corresponding to the district of Kushtia in present-day Bangladesh. Lalon composed numerous songs and poems which describe his philosophy. Among his most popular songs are khachar bhitor auchin pakhi, jat gelo jat gelo bole, dekhna mon jhokmariay duniyadari, paare loye jao amay, milon hobe koto dine, aar amare marishne maa, tin pagoler holo mela, etc. The songs of Lalon give subliminal exposures to the reality/truth that lies beyond our material plane/realism. They give a feel of the indescribable. To an engrossed listener, his songs briefly open and close a narrow passage to peep through to the other world beyond the opaque glass ceiling of this world. Poet Rabindranath Tagore in his 1933 London Hebart Lecture first applauded Lalan Shah as a mystic poet who discovered "soul" and the meaning of "man". Tagore said: "I discovered that 'man' from the songs of Lalan who said that "(ai manushe ase se mon....) "....) the 'man' is within yourself where are you searching Him. Lalon Shah had a perceptible influence on the poet Rabindranath Tagore, who introduced the Baul tradition of Bengal to the world. His own music had been influenced by the diversity of Baul tradition. American poet Allen Ginsberg was inspired by Lalon Shah in writing his poem After Lalon, included in the poetry ...
Tags: Lalon, Mela, Fakir, Shah, songs, of, Bengali, Baul, saint, Kushtia, culture, Bangladesh, mystic, poet, song, composer, social, reformer, secular, thinker

Fakir Lalon Shah (Lalon Mela 2010) 03 [18:31]
Fakir Lalon Shah also known as Lalon Shah (c.1774--1890), was a Bengali philosopher poet. He lived in the village of Cheuria in the area known as Nodia in the Bengal Presidency of British India, corresponding to the district of Kushtia in present-day Bangladesh. Lalon composed numerous songs and poems which describe his philosophy. Among his most popular songs are khachar bhitor auchin pakhi, jat gelo jat gelo bole, dekhna mon jhokmariay duniyadari, paare loye jao amay, milon hobe koto dine, aar amare marishne maa, tin pagoler holo mela, etc. The songs of Lalon give subliminal exposures to the reality/truth that lies beyond our material plane/realism. They give a feel of the indescribable. To an engrossed listener, his songs briefly open and close a narrow passage to peep through to the other world beyond the opaque glass ceiling of this world. Poet Rabindranath Tagore in his 1933 London Hebart Lecture first applauded Lalan Shah as a mystic poet who discovered "soul" and the meaning of "man". Tagore said: "I discovered that 'man' from the songs of Lalan who said that "(ai manushe ase se mon....) "....) the 'man' is within yourself where are you searching Him. Lalon Shah had a perceptible influence on the poet Rabindranath Tagore, who introduced the Baul tradition of Bengal to the world. His own music had been influenced by the diversity of Baul tradition. American poet Allen Ginsberg was inspired by Lalon Shah in writing his poem After Lalon, included in the poetry ...
Tags: Lalon, Mela, Fakir, Shah, songs, of, Bengali, Baul, saint, Kushtia, culture, Bangladesh, mystic, poet, song, composer, social, reformer, secular, thinker

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