KULA SHAKER-“GOVINDA LIVE” different

DIFFERENT VERSION FROM THE OTHER GOVINDA LIVE VIDEO I POSTED

Digital music scores source: Kula Shaker (Kula Shaker: Govinda)

Kula Shaker – Govinda (Haldern Pop Festival 2008)

setlist: 1. Hey Dude 2. Sound of Drums 3. Second Sight 4. Jerry Was There 5. 303 6. Tattva 7. True Love Will Find You In the End 8. Song of Love/Narayana 9. Hush 10. Govinda

Can anyone name a song sung in sanskrit?

Digital music scores source: Kula Shaker (Kula Shaker: Govinda)

Govinda by Kula ShakerInterestingly, it is only British top 10 hit to even have been sung in Sanskrit.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Govinda_%28Kula_Shaker_song%29

Sanskrit Help: Lyric translation for a song by British rock band Kula Shaker? The song is Govinda by Crispian Mills’ band Kula Shaker, off the album 1996 album ‘K’.youtube.com/watch?v=6b5czixF1dg
Any Hindu help me with these song lyrics? Kula Shaker – Govinda LyricsGovinda Jaya Jaya, Gopala Jaya JayaRadha-ramanahari Govinda Jaya JayaNrsingadeva Jaya Nrsingadeva (twice)(repeat verse)Gaura Gaura Gaura Hari, Gaura Hari,Prabhupda,Govindam It seems like a mantra, but it is a great song.I could be wrong. I just want to know what it means.Maybe I’ll ask in language section
This is in praise of Lord Krishna and his childhood friend Radhe.Today is a good day to repeat this mantra. It is Lord Krishna’s birthday today.He came to the earth as a man and had to be born as a child.THat is why hindus all over the world celebrate his birthday.

It’s a bajhan-short song, that is used as a prayer. It’s a song for the Lord Krishna, whose name is also known as Govinda or Gopala. There er lots of Gods in the Hindu religion and normally there is a song or more for each one of them.

could you translate this song? could anyone translate this lyrics?youtube.com/watch?v=9QZOHzWLF9w (song)lyricsdepot.com/kula-shaker/govinda.html (text)what language is it?
Govinda means “The LORD KRISNA” Jaya means “to great”Radha is “KRISNA’S LOVER”Raman means “Who is indulged in LOVE”Hari “an another name of KRSNA”

It’s Sanskrit and means:Victory victory [to] Govinda, Victory victory [to] Gopala, Hari [Krsna] pleasure giver to Radha, Victory victory [to] Govinda, Victory [to] Nrsingadeva (this is a form that Krsna took as half man and half lion and deva means god), Nrsingadeva.

I think this is hindu, Not sure..Song lyrics here? coreyusafLevel 2 Any Hindu help me with these song lyrics?Kula Shaker – Govinda LyricsGovinda Jaya Jaya, Gopala Jaya JayaRadha-ramanahari Govinda Jaya JayaNrsingadeva Jaya Nrsingadeva (twice)(repeat verse)Gaura Gaura Gaura Hari, Gaura Hari,Prabhupda,Govindam It seems like a mantra, but it is a great song.I could be wrong. I just want to know what it meansCAn i get a translation
It’s a a kind of bajhan. Bajhan means some short prayer songs, for the God named Govinda, or you could call it a mantra if you prefer.

hey you are right its a kind a prayer song.Specailly sung today for the Hindu God Krishan/Govinda bcoz today is his birhtday and the whole india and the Hindus in the world is celebrating today! its a hindu festival today!but its not Govinda jaya it is Govinda aaya and it s mean “Here Govinda comes”.

It is a devotional chant or song praising lord Krishna, one of the foremost Hindu gods. It is in Hindi language, (one of ) the official languages of India. It basically names Lord Krishna by some of his several hundred different names and says that may he live (in our hearts) for ever.Lord Krishna, if you are interested, is what Bhagwad Geeta is centered around. It is one of the most important books of the Hindu religion and is considered by several thinkers, philosophers and spiritual leaders all over the world to be one of the most important books ever written.I wouls caution you lightly against using the song for merely aesthetic purpose though, not from the point of view of showing disrespect to anyone or anything, but from the point of view of your own spritual beliefs, if any. Hinduism does not believe in the concept of “taking the lords’ name in vain”. It encourages you to speak their name whenever and however you can. In fact that is one reason there are thousands of versions of gods and several thousands names for them.Just a note to the previous responder. It indeed is ‘Govida Jaya’ which means long live Govinda. You are confusing this with another folk song (not a bhajan in this case) ‘Govinda Aala”.thanks

Kula shaker yeahhhhhhhhhhhhhh! love their music especially this song.I have actually met the lead singer Chrispin Mills. I worked for his mother Hayley for a short while.

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