namo namo lyrics

namo namo

Jai ho jai ho Shankara
(Bholenath Shankara)
Aadi dev Shankara
(Hey Shivay Shankara)
Tere jaap ke bina
(Bholenath Shankara)
Chale ye saans kis tarah
(Hey Shivay Shankara)

Mera karm tu hi jaane
Kya bura hai kya bhalaa…
Tere raaste pe main toh
Aankh moond ke chalaa…

Tere naam ki jot ne
Saara har liya tamas mera
(tamas: darkness)

Namo namo ji Shankara
Bholenath Shankara
Hey Triloknath Shambhu
Hey Shivay Shankara

Namo Namo ji Shankara
Bholenath Shankara
Rudradev hey Maheshvarah

Srishti ke janam se bhi
(O o…)
Pehle tera vaas tha
(O o…)
Ye jag rahe ya naa rahe
(O o…)
Rahegi teri aastha
(O o…)

Kya samay… kya pralay
Dono mein teri mahaanta
Mahaanta… mahaanta…

Seepiyon ki ontt main
(Bholenath Shankara)
Motiyaan ho jis tarah
(Hey Shivay Shankara)
Mere mann mein Shankara
(Bholenath Shankara)
Tu basa hai uss tarah
(Hey Shivay Shankara)

Mujhe bharam tha jo hai mera
Tha nahin kabhi mera…

Arth kya nirarth kya
Jo bhi hai sabhi tera…

Tere saamne hai jhuka
Mere sar pe haath rakh tera

Amit Trivedi

Amit Trivedi is an Indian Music Director, Singer and Lyricist who works predominantly in Hindi Films. He has composed songs for over 150 Bollywood movies including Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Hum Saath Saath Hain, Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham… etc. His work includes songs like “Tere Mere Sapne”, “Mujhe Dekha To Nahin”, “Kya Hua Tera Wadaan” and many others. He has won several awards for his compositions, including Filmfare Awards South for Best Song for the song “Chand Ke Paar”. He is one of the few composers to win both Filmfare Award for Best Music Director and Filmfare Award for Best Lyrics. He is also known for his unique style of singing. In fact, he had sung a solo version of the song “Humse Badkar Rahenge” from the movie Jab We Met. His voice is considered to be very versatile and he can sing in different styles ranging from pop to classical.

Early life

Trivedi was born in Bombay, India, to a poor Gujarati family. He grew up listening to devotional songs and Gujarathi folk music. His father played the harmonium, and he learned classical Indian instruments like violin, piano, guitar, tabla, and harmonium.


Trivedi started playing guitar at the age of 14. He later got into electronic music and became interested in it during his college days. At 19–20, while studying engineering at IIT Kanpur, he composed music. After graduating, he worked as a software engineer for a few months. But soon he found himself wanting to pursue music fulltime.

He formed Om with his friends, and played live shows around India. One such show attracted the attention of Times Music, who offered to release their debut album. However, the album did not do well commercially, and failed to make much impact.

After some time, Trivedi left Om and continued working on music independently. His first big break came when he composed music for a play called “The Last Supper”, written by Abhijit Deshmukh. This helped him gain popularity among young audiences. Soon, he composed music for several Gujarati plays including “Kabiraj Manjhi Ki Jai”. These works gave him recognition and led to many offers.

In 2010, he composed the soundtrack for the film “Shauryan Chale Sasural” directed by Anubhav Sinha. This movie won awards at different international film festivals.

On January 28, 2012, Trivedi released his first studio album titled “Namami Gange”, which included songs like “Aaj Phir Se Aaya Hai”, “Jogiya Ho Gayaa”, “Tere Bin Laden”, “Ganga Tumne Apna Kya Karoon”, etc. The album marked his transition to being a professional musician.

His second album “Mera Gaon Mera Dushman” was released on October 11, 2013. The song “Chalte Chalte” from the album received over 2 million views on YouTube within 24 hours of release.

Trivedi’s third album “Ek Do Teen” was released on November 7, 2016. The album includes tracks like “Yeh Jo Zamaane Lagey”, “Ishq Ishq Ishq”, “Zara Yaar Koi”, “Mujhe Dekho Na Jaana”, etc.

Live performance

Amit Trivedi performs during the launch of “OnePlus One”, a smartphone manufactured by Chinese tech giant OnePlus. At the event, held in London, UK, the singer sang his song ‘Kudi’, composed for the OnePlus One smartphone.

The OnePlus One smartphone features a 5.5 inch full HD display, quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor clocked at 2.2GHz, 3GB RAM, 16GB storage capacity and runs CyanogenMod 11S OS based on Android Lollipop v5.1.

He had earlier collaborated with OnePlus on creating music for the phone, called Kudi, which is now available on iTunes.

Trivedi says it takes him around three days to complete one track. He considers himself a perfectionist and spends hours working on the composition, arrangement, lyrics and vocals.

In an interview with India Today, he revealed how much he enjoys being part of the OnePlus project. “I am really happy about my association with OnePlus. They are very nice people and very professional,” he said.

While talking about the experience of making songs for the OnePlus One, Trivedi said, “We spent almost five months on the process of composing the song. We took some inspiration from the theme of the movie ‘Gravity’ and we worked out a melody.”

When asked whether he feels like a composer or a musician, he replied, “Both. When you compose something, there is always a certain amount of emotion involved. But when you play a piece live, it becomes different. You become more aware of what you are doing.”

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