“Ekla chalo re” song with Bengali Lyrics and English Translation, along with some quotes from Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore
“Ekla Chalo Re” was written at Giridih town in modern-day Jharkhand, India. It was one of the 22 protest songs written during the Swadeshi period of Indian freedom movement and along with “Amar Sonar Bangla”, it became one of the key songs for the Anti-Partition Movement in Bengal Presidency in 1905. Titled as “Eka” (“Alone”) the song was first published in the September 1905 issue of Bhandar magazine. “Eka” was first included in Tagore’s song anthology Baul in 1905. In 1941, it was incorporated into the “Swadesh” (“Homeland”) section of Gitabitan, the complete anthology of Tagore’s music. In 2004, “Ekla chalo re” song was used along with African lyrics composed by A.R Rahman in the movie Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose: The Forgotten Hero. The song was included in a 2012 Bollywood film; Kahaani and is sung by actor Amitabh Bachchan under music direction of Vishal-Shekhar. Earlier, it had also been sung by Kishore Kumar. Manna Dey had sung the song in Hindi as Teri Awaz Pe Yadi Koi Naa Aye.
Rabindranath Tagore quotes:
ROM and BENGALI translation:
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