Yeh Tara Woh Tara Lyrics
Dekho Jise Bhi Lage Pyara
Yeh Sab Saath Mein
Jo Hain Raat Mein
To Jagmagaya Aasman Sara
Jagmag Taare Do Taare Nau Taare Sau Taare
Jagmag Saare Har Tara Hai Sharara
This star, that star, every star. Whichever star you look at, it appears lovely. Because all of them are together and the entire sky dazzles in unison.
These dazzling stars, two stars, nine stars, a hundred stars. Every star is a spark of fire.
With the aid of telescope, the protagonist takes the villagers to another world.
WORD- Tara: Star, Jagmagaya: Dazzled, Sharara: Spark of fire
Bolo Rang Kitne Hain
Saat Rang Kahne Ko
Phir Bhi Sang Kitne Hain
Samjho Sabse Pehle Toh
Rang Hote Akele Toh
Indradhanush Banta Hi Nahin
If you’ve seen a rainbow, tell me how many colours it is made up of? There are seven colours to speak of, however, they are so closely attached.
The first thing you must understand is, that if the colours were separate, the rainbow would never have formed.
He imparts some life lessons to the people about unity, especially to the children, present there.
Dhanak: Rainbow, Indradhanush: Rainbow, Sang - Together.
If we aren’t able to unite, then there will be no public to fight injustice. Then, don’t go on asking why the weak lost?
He wants them to realise the strength of unity. After all, nobody can win a battle all on their own.
WORD - Anyay: Injustice, Janta: Public, Nirbal: Weak.
Boond Boond Sagar Hai Varna Yeh Sagar Kya Hai
Samjho Is Paheli Ko Boond Ho Akeli Toh
Ek Boond Jaise Kuch Bhi Nahin
When a drop meets another, slowly, a river is formed. The ocean too is the amalgamation of several drops, otherwise it is nothing.
You must understand this enigma, if a drop is alone, then it is almost nothing. Using nature as a literary tool, Javed Akhtar describes how much a difference coming together can make.
Different elements of nature ultimately act as one which makes it beautiful.
WORD - Dariya: River, Sagar: Ocean, Boond: Drop, Paheli - Riddle/Enigma.
Moonh Sabse Hi Modein Toh
Tanha Rah Na Jayeh Dekho Hum Kahin
Kyon Na Bane Mil Ke Hum Dhaara
If we leave the others behind, if we turn our face away from everyone, then we will be left alone ourselves.
Why don’t we come together to form a current? Signifying the importance of love and compassion towards fellow human beings.
WORD- Tanha: Alone, Dhaara: Current.
Dharti Sona Hi Ugayeh
Jo Gavala Gaiyan Pale
Doodh Ki Nadi Bahayeh
Jo Lohar Loha Dhale
Har Auzar Dhal Jaayeh
Mitti Jo Kumhaar Utha Le
Mitti Pyala Ban Jaayeh
When a farmer picks up a plough, he reaps gold from the Earth. When a cow-herder nourishes a cow, he causes a stream of milk to flow.
When an ironsmith tackles an iron, every kind of tool can be formed. When a potter picks up the sand, he is able to transform it into a pot.
Once again, Javed Akhtar emphasises the interdependence between man and nature.
Without the later, it is simply impossible to live a quality life. Hence one must always respect nature for it is a gift that keeps on giving.
WORD- Hal: Plough, Gavala: Cowherder, Lohar: Ironsmith, Auzar: Tool, Kumhaar: Potter.
Kuchh Karne Ki Chahat Ke
Kisi Ka Kisi Se Koi Bair Nahin
Sab Ke Ek Hi Sapne Hain
Socho To Sab Apne Hain
Koi Bhi Kisi Se Yahan Ghair Nahin
Seedhi Baat Hai Samjho Yara
All these are forms of hard-work. There exists a desire to make a difference. No one has hatred against anybody else.
All of these are representations of a single dream, if you think of it, they are all ours. No one is a stranger here. It is a simple thing, and you must understand this my friend!
Ultimately, the protagonist helps his fellow friends realise that respecting and caring for each other is the essence of living a good life.
WORD- Mehnat: Hardwork, Bair: Hatred, Ghair: Stranger.