Sunn Bhavara Lyrics
On Sunn Bhavara, Shashaa Tirupati sings about a wandering bee. She wonders about the kind of conversations that bees have.
WORD- Bhavara – Bee
FACT- Bees symbolize love and creation. An essential part of nature, they are considered to inspire poetry and music in many parts of the world. In ancient Egypt, bees were considered a symbol of royalty.
The bee gently lands on the Lotus flower and makes hundreds of promises.
WORD- Kaval/Kanwal/Kamal – Lotus flower
FACT- Flowers and bees share a symbiotic relationship. Both need each other. Flowers need bees to help carry pollen from the male flower to the female flower.
In return, the flower provides bees food (nectar) for its family. They get attracted to the flower because of its beautiful colours and fragrance.
Prem ki paalki laaye laaye -2
Udan khatole pe aaye bhavara
Kartab kar dikhlaye bhavara
The early morning brings with it the shining light. It brings with it, a palanquin of love. The bee arrives in its flying throne. It displays its acrobatic skills for everyone to see.
WORD- Bhor- Early morning. Paalki – Palanquin (used in weddings). Udan Khatole – Flying throne.