Azeem O Shaan Shahenshah Lyrics
Hamesha hamesha salamat rahe
Tere ho kya bayain tu shaan-e-Hindustan
Hindustan teri jaan tu Jaan-e-Hindustan
Marhaba ho marhaba
O magnificently glorious Emperor, the lawful giver of command, may you always remain in good health.
What can one say of you; you are the glory of Hindustan. Hindustan is your life. You are the life of entire Hindustan. We welcome you.
The real name of this emperor was 'Abu'l-Fath Jalal-ud-Din Muhammad.’ His noble deeds for his people, earned him the name of Shehenshah Akbar-e-Azam or Emperor Akbar.
WORD- Azeem: High in dignity, Furma: Said command, Rawa: Lawful, Salamat: Safe and healthy, Marhaba: Welcome.
Prem hai tumhra har har mann ma
Daya jo tumhari mahabali hai
Desh ma sukh ki pawan chali hai
In all cities, in all frontyards, the love for you resides in each and every heart.
Your mercy and beneficence is as huge as the grandeur of the King. Because of you, the breeze of comfort flows through the entire country.
Akbar was tolerant of all religions. He took steps to understand the problems of his people personally. And because of this, everyone felt secure.
WORD- Nagran: City, Aangan: Frontyard, Daya: Mercy, Sukh: Comfort.
Dil wale hain Din-e-elahi
Jau Kahi bhi Niklon jidhar se
Galiyon galiyon sona barsee
Every heart here is the witness to this fact: our Emperor has a great heart, the creator of Din-e-elahi.
Whenever you go, whichever path you take, every street will be filled with gold and opportunities.
Akbar’s unique approach and remarkable attitude brought forth promises of prosperity and peace for his people. He was, for them, the epitome of a good Emperor.
WORD- Gawahi: Testimony.
FACT- Din-e-elahi: "Religion of God" was advocated by Akbar in 1582 AD with the intention of merging the best elements of all religions present in his empire, and thereby bringing his people closer.
Kitne dilon per teri hukumat
Jitna kahen hum utna kam hai
Tehzeebo ka tu sangam hai
Your religion is that of love. And because of this, you rule so many hearts. No matter how much we praise you, it’s never going to be enough. You are the union of all best virtues.
His people loved him dearly. Akbar did not discriminate, and made laws that were welcomed by all. Because of this he was believed to follow the religion of love.
WORD- Mazhab: Religion, Hukumat: Authority, Tehzeeb: Adoration, Sangam - Union.