SHUBH DIN Lyrics

Verse 1

These friendly paths sing the tunes of happiness. The heart blooms just like a garden.

Everywhere, the outcry of dreams echo far and wide. The forests and orchards are applauding its arrival. Colours of joy are spread all around!

Shubh Din paints a picture of an awaited day: an important day for India's military as they get set to test their nuclear bombs.

WORD- Sajni: Female friend, Mangal: Happiness, Phulwari: Garden, Abhivandan: Applaud, Kilkari - High pitched sound.

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These friendly paths sing the tunes of happiness. The heart blooms just like a garden.

Everywhere, the outcry of dreams echo far and wide. The forests and orchards are applauding its arrival. Colours of joy are spread all around!

Shubh Din paints a picture of an awaited day: an important day for India's military as they get set to test their nuclear bombs.

WORD- Sajni: Female friend, Mangal: Happiness, Phulwari: Garden, Abhivandan: Applaud, Kilkari - High pitched sound.

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Verse 2

Eat sweets and take a peak around what is about to happen.  These are the preparations for a grand celebration!

The hearts leap in excitement as the thunder rolls through. Bodies are moving about with joy!  Finally, the auspicious day has come!

FACT - The Auspicious day (Shubh Din) referred to here is 11 May 1998. On this day, Pokhran-II was initiated - the detonation of two fission bombs.

On May 13th, 1998, two additional bombs were detonated post which Prime Minister, Vajpayee declared India as a complete nuclear state.

WORD- Phaanko: To chuck in mouth through ones palm, Jhaanko: To peek, Jashan: Celebration, Ghan: Thunder, Shubh Din - Auspicious day.

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Eat sweets and take a peak around what is about to happen.  These are the preparations for a grand celebration!

The hearts leap in excitement as the thunder rolls through. Bodies are moving about with joy!  Finally, the auspicious day has come!

FACT - The Auspicious day (Shubh Din) referred to here is 11 May 1998. On this day, Pokhran-II was initiated - the detonation of two fission bombs.

On May 13th, 1998, two additional bombs were detonated post which Prime Minister, Vajpayee declared India as a complete nuclear state.

WORD- Phaanko: To chuck in mouth through ones palm, Jhaanko: To peek, Jashan: Celebration, Ghan: Thunder, Shubh Din - Auspicious day.

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Verse 3

Its saffron coloured. It shines brightly like the sun. It has brought with it good fortune.

We welcome this day of destiny. Sing with happiness- the auspicious day has arrived. Stay strong. Distribute sweets to all.

WORD- Kesari: Saffron, Misri: Sweet, Baanto: Distribute, Padharo - Welcome, Bali - Strong.

FACT -Misri(last line) also known as Rock Candy are sweets whose origins can be traced back to Iran, Persia and India.  Misri is usually distributed on an auspicious occasion.

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Its saffron coloured. It shines brightly like the sun. It has brought with it good fortune.

We welcome this day of destiny. Sing with happiness- the auspicious day has arrived. Stay strong. Distribute sweets to all.

WORD- Kesari: Saffron, Misri: Sweet, Baanto: Distribute, Padharo - Welcome, Bali - Strong.

FACT -Misri(last line) also known as Rock Candy are sweets whose origins can be traced back to Iran, Persia and India.  Misri is usually distributed on an auspicious occasion.

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Verse 4

Dance and jump around- the auspicious day has arrived. Everyone come together. Throw colours around. Decorate the place with flowers. Celebrate and sing with joy!

WORD- Jhoomna: To swirl, Sajaana: To embellish.

FACT - May 11 (Shubh Din) is official declared as National Technology Day in India by the Government.

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Dance and jump around- the auspicious day has arrived. Everyone come together. Throw colours around. Decorate the place with flowers. Celebrate and sing with joy!

WORD- Jhoomna: To swirl, Sajaana: To embellish.

FACT - May 11 (Shubh Din) is official declared as National Technology Day in India by the Government.

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