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Grindmill songs of Maharashtra
Songs by Rawut Satyabhama
(20 records)

Village: घळाटवाडी - Ghalatwadi

13 semantic classes ➡ list at the bottom of this page

A:I-1.5cv (A01-01-05c05) - Sītā / First exile amorous idyll / Rām sent to exile / Arrow and bow

[13] id = 36619
UVS-13-37 start 00:14 ➡ listen to section
राम ती लक्षीमण दोन्ही निघाले वनयाला
रेसमाचे गोंडे तेच्या ग धनुष्य बाणाला
rāma tī lakṣīmaṇa dōnhī nighālē vanayālā
rēsamācē gōṇḍē tēcyā ga dhanuṣya bāṇālā
Ram and Lakshman are both going to the forest
Their bow and arrow have silk tassels
▷  Ram (ती)(लक्षीमण) both (निघाले)(वनयाला)
▷ (रेसमाचे)(गोंडे)(तेच्या) * (धनुष्य)(बाणाला)
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A:I-1.6b (A01-01-06b) - Sītā / Rāvaṇ / Rāvaṇ’s arrogance spells ruin

[31] id = 36627
UVS-13-42 start 00:15 ➡ listen to section
अगी लंकीचा रावयण हेग लंकेला मातला
वैनी म्हणीतो सीतयला
agī laṅkīcā rāvayaṇa hēga laṅkēlā mātalā
vainī mhaṇītō sītayalā
Woman, Ravan* from Lanka*, he has crossed all limits
He calls Sita, sister-in-law
▷ (अगी)(लंकीचा)(रावयण)(हेग)(लंकेला)(मातला)
▷ (वैनी)(म्हणीतो)(सीतयला)
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RavanA devotee of Shiva, an asura king of ancient Lanka, he is depicted as a great scholar, a Brahmin, a capable ruler and a maestro of the veena (plucked stringed instrument). He is also described as an extremely powerful king and has ten heads.
LankaThe name given in Hindu epics to the island fortress capital of the legendary asura king Ravana in the epics of the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. The fortress was situated on a plateau between three mountain peaks known as the Trikuta Mountains. The site of Lanka is identified with Sri Lanka.


A:I-1.6di (A01-01-06d01) - Sītā / Rāvaṇ / In the form of a Gosāvī / Rāvaṇ as a gosāvī mendicant

[14] id = 36620
UVS-13-01 start 03:20 ➡ listen to section
आरुण्याग वनामंदी सीता गुंफात एकली
तीथ आलख ठोकयली कपट्या रावणानी
āruṇyāga vanāmandī sītā gumphāta ēkalī
tītha ālakha ṭhōkayalī kapaṭyā rāvaṇānī
In Aranya forest, Sita was alone in the cave
The wicked Ravan* came there as a Gosavi* and shouted Alakh (word uttered by Gosavi* when he begs)
▷ (आरुण्याग)(वनामंदी) Sita (गुंफात) alone
▷ (तीथ) Alakh (ठोकयली)(कपट्या) Ravan
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RavanA devotee of Shiva, an asura king of ancient Lanka, he is depicted as a great scholar, a Brahmin, a capable ruler and a maestro of the veena (plucked stringed instrument). He is also described as an extremely powerful king and has ten heads.
GosaviA man who has renounced worldly business, pleasures, etc. He wears clothes of brick-dust colour. It is also the name of a caste that engages itself in religious activities.
[17] id = 36621
UVS-13-03 start 01:03 ➡ listen to section
हातामंदी झोळी कुंबा दान मागयतो दोहयरी
सीता बोल गुंफातूनी नाही यीयाच बाहेरी
hātāmandī jhōḷī kumbā dāna māgayatō dōhayarī
sītā bōla gumphātūnī nāhī yīyāca bāhērī
A beggar’s bag and a bowl made from a gourd in hand, he begs for alms twice
Sita says from the cave, I will not come out
▷ (हातामंदी)(झोळी)(कुंबा)(दान)(मागयतो)(दोहयरी)
▷  Sita says (गुंफातूनी) not (यीयाच)(बाहेरी)
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A:I-1.6dii (A01-01-06d02) - Sītā / Rāvaṇ / In the form of a Gosāvī / Sītā suspects. questions the gosāvī

[1] id = 36622
UVS-13-37 start 01:54 ➡ listen to section
हातामधी झोळी तुंबा गेला गोसावी होवूनी
दोन्ही नेतर कालावूनी सीताबाईन धर्म केला
hātāmadhī jhōḷī tumbā gēlā gōsāvī hōvūnī
dōnhī nētara kālāvūnī sītābāīna dharma kēlā
A beggar’s bag and a bowl made from gourd in hand, he went as a Gosavi*
With both her eyes towards the ground, Sita gave the alms
▷ (हातामधी)(झोळी)(तुंबा) has_gone (गोसावी)(होवूनी)
▷  Both (नेतर)(कालावूनी)(सीताबाईन)(धर्म) did
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GosaviA man who has renounced worldly business, pleasures, etc. He wears clothes of brick-dust colour. It is also the name of a caste that engages itself in religious activities.


A:I-1.6hii (A01-01-06h02) - Sītā / Rāvaṇ / Mandodarī / Mandodarī’s communication with Sītā

[13] id = 36633
UVS-13-42 start 03:41 ➡ listen to section
मंदोदरी म्हणीयीती येग सीता पान खावू
नको करु राम ध्यान तुला मारवतीची आन
mandōdarī mhaṇīyītī yēga sītā pāna khāvū
nakō karu rāma dhyāna tulā māravatīcī āna
Mandodari says, Sita, come, let’s eat betel-leaf
Don’t keep remembering Ram, I give you Maruti*’s oath
▷ (मंदोदरी)(म्हणीयीती)(येग) Sita (पान)(खावू)
▷  Not (करु) Ram remembered to_you (मारवतीची)(आन)
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MarutiA Sanskrit word referring to Hanuman, son of Vayudeva, the Hindu Wind God Vayu
[116] id = 110200
UVS-13-42 start 03:31 ➡ listen to section
मंदोदरी म्हणीयीती येग सिता पान खावु
नको करु राम ध्यान तुला मारवतीची आण
mandōdarī mhaṇīyītī yēga sitā pāna khāvu
nakō karu rāma dhyāna tulā māravatīcī āṇa
Mandodari says, Sita, come, let’s eat betel-leaf
Don’t keep remembering Ram, I give you Maruti*’s oath
▷ (मंदोदरी)(म्हणीयीती)(येग) Sita (पान)(खावु)
▷  Not (करु) Ram remembered to_you (मारवतीची)(आण)
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MarutiA Sanskrit word referring to Hanuman, son of Vayudeva, the Hindu Wind God Vayu
[117] id = 110201
UVS-13-42 start 03:04 ➡ listen to section
मंदोदरी म्हणीयीती ये ग सीता पंलगावरी
राम जलमाचा भिकायारी
mandōdarī mhaṇīyītī yē ga sītā panlagāvarī
rāma jalamācā bhikāyārī
Mandodari says, Sita, come and sit on the bed
Ram is forever penniless
▷ (मंदोदरी)(म्हणीयीती)(ये) * Sita (पंलगावरी)
▷  Ram (जलमाचा)(भिकायारी)
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A:I-1.6hiii (A01-01-06h03) - Sītā / Rāvaṇ / Mandodarī / Sītā retorts

[8] id = 36634
UVS-13-42 start 05:21 ➡ listen to section
सीताबाई म्हणीयीती मंदोदरी आईक
माझ्या रामाच्या सेवयला तुझ्या सारीक्या कईक
sītābāī mhaṇīyītī mandōdarī āīka
mājhyā rāmācyā sēvayalā tujhyā sārīkyā kīka
Sitabai says, Mandodari, listen
There are many like you in my Ram’s service
▷  Goddess_Sita (म्हणीयीती)(मंदोदरी)(आईक)
▷  My of_Ram (सेवयला) your (सारीक्या)(कईक)
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[9] id = 36635
UVS-13-42 start 04:52 ➡ listen to section
सीताबाई म्हणीती मंदोदरी काशी
माझ्या रामाच्या पलंगापशी तुझ्या सारख्या दाशी
sītābāī mhaṇītī mandōdarī kāśī
mājhyā rāmācyā palaṅgāpaśī tujhyā sārakhyā dāśī
Sitamai says, Mandodari, my Kashi* (mother)
Near my Ram’s bed, there are maids like you
▷  Goddess_Sita (म्हणीती)(मंदोदरी) how
▷  My of_Ram (पलंगापशी) your (सारख्या)(दाशी)
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KashiName of a place of pilgrimage. In the songs, mother is many times referred to or called Kashi.


A:I-1.6ki (A01-01-06k01) - Sītā / Rāvaṇ / Rāma, Rāvaṇ war / Rāma’s fight

[19] id = 36636
UVS-13-42 start 05:48 ➡ listen to section
सीताबाई म्हणीयीती जळू रावणाच राज
तान्ही पडली हवयाज माझ्या रामाच्या बाणाचे
sītābāī mhaṇīyītī jaḷū rāvaṇāca rāja
tānhī paḍalī havayāja mājhyā rāmācyā bāṇācē
Sitabai says, let Ravan*’s kingdom burn
Their greed is insignificant before my Ram’s arrows
▷  Goddess_Sita (म्हणीयीती)(जळू)(रावणाच) king
▷ (तान्ही)(पडली)(हवयाज) my of_Ram (बाणाचे)
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RavanA devotee of Shiva, an asura king of ancient Lanka, he is depicted as a great scholar, a Brahmin, a capable ruler and a maestro of the veena (plucked stringed instrument). He is also described as an extremely powerful king and has ten heads.


B:III-1.10h (B03-01-10h) - Rām cycle / Iṅdrajit: fight and death / Fighting

[1] id = 36628
UVS-13-42 start 01:01 ➡ listen to section
दुसरी उडायीन इंद्रजीताच्या मांडीवरी
कुंभकर्ण मारीयला
dusarī uḍāyīna indrajītācyā māṇḍīvarī
kumbhakarṇa mārīyalā
Second jump on Indrajit’s lap
Kumbhkarna is killed
▷ (दुसरी)(उडायीन)(इंद्रजीताच्या)(मांडीवरी)
▷ (कुंभकर्ण)(मारीयला)
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[2] id = 36629
UVS-13-42 start 00:56 ➡ listen to section
पयली उडायीन हीत अवघड्या झाडावरी
सैन रामाच कुठवरी
payalī uḍāyīna hīta avaghaḍyā jhāḍāvarī
saina rāmāca kuṭhavarī
First jump on a difficult tree
How far has Ram’s army reached
▷ (पयली)(उडायीन)(हीत)(अवघड्या)(झाडावरी)
▷ (सैन) of_Ram (कुठवरी)
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B:VI-7.4 (B06-07-04) - Saṅkrāṅt / Honour given to the potter

[10] id = 36644
UVS-13-42 start 10:50 ➡ listen to section
सकराती बाई सण हेत आहेव बायकचा
एवढा विकरा झाला बाई कुंभार नाईकचा
sakarātī bāī saṇa hēta āhēva bāyakacā
ēvaḍhā vikarā jhālā bāī kumbhāra nāīkacā
The festival of Sankranti, it is for Ahev* (unwidowed) women
Woman, the potter has had a good sale
▷ (सकराती) woman (सण)(हेत)(आहेव)(बायकचा)
▷ (एवढा)(विकरा)(झाला) woman (कुंभार)(नाईकचा)
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AhevAn unwidowed woman
[11] id = 36643
UVS-13-42 start 10:29 ➡ listen to section
सकराती सणाला कुंभाराला दिला शेला
आव लुटायला चला
sakarātī saṇālā kumbhārālā dilā śēlā
āva luṭāyalā calā
For Sankranti festival, the potter was given the honour of a stole
Now, let’s wish long life to each other
▷ (सकराती)(सणाला)(कुंभाराला)(दिला)(शेला)
▷ (आव)(लुटायला) let_us_go
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D:X-3.2aii (D10-03-02a02) - Mother attached to son / Taking pride in son / While contemplating son’s plays / Son goes hunting

[13] id = 36630
UVS-13-42 start 02:38 ➡ listen to section
लहान ग माझा बाळ जाळी ससा मारीला दातानी
खेळ शिकार बेतायानी
lahāna ga mājhā bāḷa jāḷī sasā mārīlā dātānī
khēḷa śikāra bētāyānī
My son is small, he caught a rabbit with a snare and kills it with his teeth
Son, be careful when you hunt
▷ (लहान) * my son (जाळी)(ससा)(मारीला)(दातानी)
▷ (खेळ)(शिकार)(बेतायानी)
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E:XIII-1.4k (E13-01-04k) - Mother’s attachment to daughter / Wonders at her personality / Daughter’s Kuṅku suits her

[1] id = 36641
UVS-13-42 start 11:56 ➡ listen to section
मालन माझी ग कुकु लेती हीत बारीक गव्हावाणी
कृष्ण माझा ग देवावानी
mālana mājhī ga kuku lētī hīta bārīka gavhāvāṇī
kṛṣṇa mājhā ga dēvāvānī
My daughter applies her kunku* very fine
My Krishna is like God
▷ (मालन) my * kunku (लेती)(हीत)(बारीक)(गव्हावाणी)
▷ (कृष्ण) my * (देवावानी)
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kunkuA red spot applied on the forehead by married women whose husband is alive as a mark of good fortune. This powder is also applied to God as a part of worship. It is prepared from turmeric, lemon juice, alum etc.
[46] id = 110199
UVS-13-42 start 10:06 ➡ listen to section
मालन माझी कुंकु लेती जसी हारभर्याची डाळ
सोन माझ देतो ढाळ
mālana mājhī kuṅku lētī jasī hārabharyācī ḍāḷa
sōna mājha dētō ḍhāḷa
My daughter applies her kunku*, bold like gram
My son, my gold, gives her encouragement
▷ (मालन) my kunku (लेती)(जसी)(हारभर्याची)(डाळ)
▷  Gold my (देतो)(ढाळ)
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kunkuA red spot applied on the forehead by married women whose husband is alive as a mark of good fortune. This powder is also applied to God as a part of worship. It is prepared from turmeric, lemon juice, alum etc.


E:XIII-3.1d (E13-03-01d) - Mother-daughter, mutual expectations / Daughter expects material support / Mother gives kuṅku to daughter

[1] id = 36640
UVS-13-42 start 09:52 ➡ listen to section
लाल पिंजरीच कुकु हेत धड्यान मोलायीते
आव लुटाया बोलायीते सीता माझ्या ग मालणीला
lāla piñjarīca kuku hēta dhaḍyāna mōlāyītē
āva luṭāyā bōlāyītē sītā mājhyā ga mālaṇīlā
Red kunku* powder, I measure it by vesselfuls
I call my daughter Sita to distribute it to all (savashins*)
▷ (लाल)(पिंजरीच) kunku (हेत)(धड्यान)(मोलायीते)
▷ (आव)(लुटाया)(बोलायीते) Sita my * (मालणीला)
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kunkuA red spot applied on the forehead by married women whose husband is alive as a mark of good fortune. This powder is also applied to God as a part of worship. It is prepared from turmeric, lemon juice, alum etc.
savashin ➡ savashinsA married woman whose husband is living


F:XVII-2.12 (F17-02-12) - Brother’s wife, bhāujay / Bhāujay’s kuṅku, her brother’s symbol

[45] id = 36645
UVS-13-42 start 11:30 ➡ listen to section
लाल पिंजरीच कुकू हित रस्त्याला आली गाडी
आहेव माझी भावजई
lāla piñjarīca kukū hita rastyālā ālī gāḍī
āhēva mājhī bhāvajaī
Red kunku* powder, the vehicle has come on the road
My sister-in-law is Ahev*
▷ (लाल)(पिंजरीच) kunku (हित)(रस्त्याला) has_come (गाडी)
▷ (आहेव) my (भावजई)
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kunkuA red spot applied on the forehead by married women whose husband is alive as a mark of good fortune. This powder is also applied to God as a part of worship. It is prepared from turmeric, lemon juice, alum etc.
AhevAn unwidowed woman

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  2. Rāvaṇ’s arrogance spells ruin
  3. Rāvaṇ as a gosāvī mendicant
  4. Sītā suspects. questions the gosāvī
  5. Mandodarī’s communication with Sītā
  6. Sītā retorts
  7. Rāma’s fight
  8. Fighting
  9. Honour given to the potter
  10. Son goes hunting
  11. Daughter’s Kuṅku suits her
  12. Mother gives kuṅku to daughter
  13. Bhāujay’s kuṅku, her brother’s symbol
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