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Hanuman Chalisa (Different Tune)

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Hanuman-Chalisa

Watch this video by Bhakti Marg channel on Youtube to listen to the unconventional tune of this devotional song.

Flute used for notations : C#

The tune of this song (as in the video above) has basically 5 parts which I have marked as: Opening, Change1, Change2, Change3 and Change4.

After the opening part, you have to follow this pattern for the rest of the song : Change 1, 2, 3, 4, 2

Komal Nishad (n) is used for just once in the second line of every 3rd change.

Opening ========

Sri | Guru | Charan | Saroj | Raj |
S | S S | ,P SS | S S R M | G R…(G)R

Nij | Man | Mukur | Sudhari, |
,P S | S S | S R M | G R…(G)R

Baranau | Raghuvar | Bimal | Jasu |
,P S SS | S R M G | R R R | R R(G)R

Jo | Dayaku | Phal | Chari |
,P S | S S R | M G | R… R(G)R

Buddhiheen | Tanu | Janike |
P PP P | D P | M MM…P

Sumiru | Pavan | Kumar, |
G G G | G R M | R R(G)R…

Bal | Buddhi | Vidya | Dehu | Mohi |
P | P P | P DP | M M | MM…P

Harau | Kalesh | Vikar |
G G G | G R M | G R… (G)R

(Change 1 ) ========> 

Jai | Hanuman | gyan | gun | sagar |
,P S | S S SRM | G R R | RR | R(G)R S

Jai | Kapis | tihun | lok | ujagar |
,P S | S S…R | M G | R R | R R(G)R S

Ram | doot | atulit | bal | dhama |
,P SS | S R | M G RR | RR | R(G)R S

Anjaani | putra | Pavan | sut | nama |
,P S S S | S R M | G R R | R R | R(G)R S

(Change 2 ) ========>  

Mahabir | Bikram | Bajrangi |
PP P P | DP M | MMM MP

Kumati | nivar | sumati | ke | sangi |
G G G | GG R M | G RG | R S | S S

Kanchan | varan | viraj | subesa |
P P P | PP D | P M M | MM MP

Kanan | kundal | kunchit | kesa |
G G G | G R M G | R G R S | S S

(Change 3 ) ========>

Hath | vajra | aur | dhvaja | viraje |
M M | MM | M G | P P | P P P

Kaandhe | moonj | janeyu | saje |
D D | D n D | PM D P | P P

Shankar | suvan | kesri | nandan |
M MM | MMM | P PP | P P

Tej | pratap | maha | jag | vandan |
D D | D D n D | PM | D P | P P

(Change 4 ) ========>

Vidyavan | guni | ati | chatur |
S’ S’ S’N | P S’ | S’ S’ | S’ N P

Ram | kaj | karibe | ko | aatur |
S’ S’ | S’ S’| N P S’ | S’ | S’ N P

Prabu | charit | sunibe | ko | rasiya |
S’ S’ | S’ S’S’ | N P S’ | S’ | S’ S’ N P

Ram | Lakhan | Sita | man | basiya |
S’ S’ | S’ S’ S’| N P S’ | S’S’ | S’S’S’

(Change 2 ) ========>

Sukshma | roop | dhari | siyahi | dikhava |
P P | P P | D P | M M | MM MP

Vikat | roop | dhari | lank | jarava |
G GG | G R | M G | R G R | S S S

Bhima | roop | dhari | asur | sanghare |
P P | P P | D P | MMM | M M MP

Ramachandra | ke | kaj | sanvare |
G G G R | M G | R G R | S S S

(Change 1 ) ========>  

Laye | Sanjivan | Lakhan | jiyaye |
Shri | Raghuvir | harashi | ur | laye |
Raghupati | kinhi | bahut | badai |
Tum | mam | priye | Bharat | hi | sam | bhai |

(Change 2 ) ========> 

Sahas | badan | tumharo | yash | gaave |
Asa | kahi | Shripati | kanth | lagaave |
Sankadhik | Brahmadi | Muneesa |
Narad | Saarad | sahit | Aheesa |

(Change 3 ) ========>  

Yam | Kuber | Digpaal | jahan | te |
Kavi | Kovid | kahi | sake | kahan | te |
Tum | upkar | Sugreevahin | keenha |
Ram | milaye | rajpad | deenha |

(Change 4 ) ========>  

Tumharo | mantra | Vibheeshan | maana |
Lankeshwar | bhaye | sab | jag | jana |
Yug | sahastra | jojan | par | Bhanu |
Leelyo | tahi | madhur | phal | janu |

(Change 2 ) ========>  

Prabhu | mudrika | meli | mukh | mahee |
Jaladhi | langhi | gaye | achraj | nahee |
Durgam | kaj | jagath | ke | jete |
Sugam | anugraha | tumhre | tete |

(Change 1 ) ========>

Ram | dwaare | tum | rakhvare |
Hoat | na | agya | binu | paisare |
Sub | sukh | lahae | tumhari | sar | na |
Tum | rakshak | kahu | ko | dar | naa |

(Change 2 ) ========>

Aapan | tej | samharo | aapai |
Teenhon | lok | hank | te | kanpai |
Bhoot | pisaach | nikat | nahin | aavai |
Mahavir | jab | naam | sunave |

(Change 3 ) ========>

Nase | rog | harae | sab | peera |
Japat | nirantar | Hanumant | beera |
Sankat | te | Hanuman | chudavae |
Man | kram | vachan | dhyan | jo | lavai |

(Change 4 ) ========>

Sab | par | Ram | tapasvee | raja |
Tin | ke | kaj | sakal | Tum | saja |
Aur | manorath | jo | koi | lavai |
Soi | amit | jeevan | phal | pavai |

(Change 2 ) ========>

Charon | jug | partap | tumhara |
Hai | persidh | jagat | ujiyara |
Sadhu | Sant | ke | tum | rakhware |
Asur | nikandan | Ram | dulhare |

(Change 1 ) ========>

Ashta | sidhi | nav | nidhi | ke | dhata |
Asvar | deen | Janki | mata |
Ram | rasayan | tumhare | pasa |
Sada | raho | Raghupati | ke | dasa |

(Change 2 ) ========>

Tumhare | bhajan | Ram | ko | pavai |
Janam | janam | ke | dukh | bisraavai |
Anth | kaal | Raghuvir | pur | jayee |
Jahan | janam | Hari | Bakht | Kahayee |

(Change 3 ) ========>

Aur | Devta | chit | na | dharahi |
Hanumanth | sehi | sarve | sukh | karehi | Sankat | kate | mite | sab | peera |
Jo | sumirai | Hanumat | balbeera |

(Change 4 ) ========>

Jai | Jai | Jai | Hanuman | Gosayin |
Kripa | karahu | Gurudev | ki | nyahin |
Jo | sat | bar | path | kare | kohi |
Chutahi | bandhi | maha | sukh | hohi |

(Change 2 ) ========>

Jo | yah | padhe | Hanuman | Chalisa |
Hoye | siddhi | sakhi | Gaurisa |
Tulsidas | sada | hari | chera |
Keejai | nath | hridaye | mein | dera |

(Change 1 ) ========>

Pavan | tanay | sankat | harana, |
Mangal | moorati | roop |
Ram | Lakhan | Sita | sahit, |
Hridaya | basahu | sur | bhoop |

(Change 2 ) ========>

Sri ram jai ram jai jai ram…

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