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Khagkul: Varsha mein sunai deti hain chatak aur papihe ki awaz, Goswami Tulsidas ko tha chatak biga Beloved: Swami Ram Bhajan Van

Onche pede ki unchi funagi par sata bol raha hai papiha. Drink, drink! The female parrot is hiding in the leaves of a dense tree. Nar use hi ter raha hai. Bula raha hai by singing sweet songs.

The sound of Papihe has been attracting young women, women, men, poets and writers for centuries. Dil mein aag laga hai hai. From Kalidas till today, poets and filmmakers have been interpreting the Papihe dialect in their own way, writing songs and stories. Harivansh Rai Bachchan writes-

It is papihe ki rattan hai. Reduce clouds. Bhumi Ki Leti Balaen. Heartfelt prayers. Deep kiss ur mein jalan hai. This is papihe ki rattan hai. It will be washed away by water. It will not be stoned. Yah na sholon se dregi. It is separation of passion. This is papihe ki rattan hai.

Many people say that papiha pyaas ke mare pani mangta hai, kahta hai- pyaso hon, pyaso hon, but Bachchan ji calls it virah ki pida.

Mahadevi Varma sings-

Where are you?

Khojata Tu Iss Kshitij Se Uss Kshitij Tak Nil Ambar Laghu Bhari Se Nap Gagar Priya Basa Ur Mein Subhag Sudhi Khoj Ki Basati Kauhan? Where are you?

There are many songs like Papihe, Chatak Ko Leker in Hindi films. In 1966 there was a film Ai Thi Aye Din Bahar Ke. It had a song written by Anand Bakshi and sung by Lata Mangeshkar – Suno Sajna Papihe Ne… which was very popular.

Papiha and Chatak are the favorite birds of Hindi poets. Tulsidas wrote that Chatak Chautisi hai which has 34 couplets. A couplet is a sight-

A trust, a force, a hope. Ek Ram Ghanshyam Hit Chatak Tulsi Das.

Tulsidas wants to express his love to Ram like Chatak. Chatak ki tarah Ram mein hi apna dil lake rahna hain hain hain hai apna dil lake rahna hain sirp ram ko hai apna aradhya and this is why Tulsidas does this and that is why Tulsi loves chatak / parrot bird very much.

Kavi Papiha Ko Virah Geet Singer Pakshi Hain. Kaheta hain yah sirp barasat mein Swati Nakshatra ka hi pani pita hai, nahi to saalbhar paisa jaata hai. Folks believe that if a hunter catches a parrot and dips its beak in a river, stream, pond or bucket, it will not drink water and will not open its beak. Scientists do not believe this and believe it to be only songbirds.

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