Hey Shambhu Baba Mere Bhole Nath – with Spiritual Meanings



Hey Shambhu Baba Mere Bhole Nath – Spiritual Meanings

Part 1

Shiv naam se hai jagat mein ujaala.
Hari bhakto ke hai, man mein Shivaala.

Shiv naam se hai jagat mein ujaala.
Hari bhakto ke hai, man mein Shivaala.
This line highlights the significance of Lord Shiva’s name and presence. It states that Lord Shiva’s name illuminates the world (jagat mein ujaala). Furthermore, it emphasizes that the hearts (man mein) of devotees are filled with devotion for Lord Shiva.


Part 2

Hey Shambhu Baba mere Bhole
Nath, tino lok mein tu hi tu.
Shraddha suman, mera man bel-patri,
jivan bhi arpan kar doon.

Hey Shambhu Baba mere Bhole Nath, tino lok mein tu hi tu.
This line addresses Lord Shiva, referring to him as Shambhu Baba and Bhole Nath. It acknowledges that Lord Shiva exists in all three realms or lokas (physical, astral, and causal), indicating his omnipresence.

“Shraddha suman, mera man bel-patri, jivan bhi arpan kar doon.”
This line expresses the devotee’s devotion and surrender to Lord Shiva. The devotee offers their heartfelt reverence (shraddha suman) and compares their mind (man) to a bel-patri, which is a sacred leaf associated with Lord Shiva. The devotee expresses their willingness to dedicate their entire life (jivan) to the service of the Lord.


Part 3

Jag ka swami hai tu, antaryaami hai tu,
mere jivan ki anamit kahaani hai tu.
Teri shakti apaar, tera paavan hai dwaar,
teri pooja hi mera jivan aadhaar.
Dhul tere charano ki le kar,
jivan ko saakaar kiya.

“Jag ka swami hai tu, antaryaami hai tu,
mere jivan ki anamit kahaani hai tu.”
This line acknowledges Lord Shiva as the master of the universe (jag ka swami) and the inner controller of all beings (antaryaami). It states that the Lord is the essence or the underlying story (kahaani) of the devotee’s life.

“Teri shakti apaar, tera paavan hai dwaar,
teri pooja hi mera jivan aadhaar.”
This line describes the incomparable power (shakti) of Lord Shiva and emphasizes that his divine abode (dwaar) is pure and sacred. It states that the devotee’s life finds its foundation and support (aadhaar) in the worship (pooja) of Lord Shiva.

“Dhul tere charano ki le kar, jivan ko saakaar kiya.”
This line conveys the act of taking the dust (dhul) from Lord Shiva’s feet (charano ki le kar) as a symbolic gesture of surrender. It signifies that by doing so, the devotee has given a tangible form (saakaar) to their life (jivan), indicating the transformation and sanctification of their existence through devotion.


Part 4

Man mein hai kaamana, kuchh main aur jaanoo na,
zindagi bhar karu teri aradhanaa.
Sukh ki pahchaan de, tu mujhe gyaan de,
prem sab se karoon aisa vardaan de.
Tune diya bal nirbal ko,
agyaani ko gyaan diya.

“Man mein hai kaamana, kuchh main aur jaanoo na,
zindagi bhar karu teri aradhanaa.”
This line reflects the devotee’s desire to perform constant worship (aradhana) of Lord Shiva throughout their life. The devotee expresses their commitment to fulfilling these desires through their devotion to Lord Shiva.

“Sukh ki pahchaan de, tu mujhe gyaan de,
prem sab se karoon aisa vardaan de.”
This line seeks blessings from Lord Shiva. The devotee asks for the ability to recognize true happiness (sukh ki pahchaan), to be bestowed with wisdom (gyaan), and to be able to love everyone unconditionally (prem sab se karoon). The devotee desires a blessing from Lord Shiva that enables them to possess these qualities.

“Tune diya bal nirbal ko, agyaani ko gyaan diya.”
This line acknowledges the transformative power of Lord Shiva. It states that Lord Shiva has given strength (bal) to the weak (nirbal) and bestowed knowledge (gyaan) upon the ignorant (agyaani).


Summary

These lyrics express deep devotion, surrender, and a desire for spiritual growth and blessings from Lord Shiva. The devotee recognizes Lord Shiva’s omnipresence, transformative power, and the importance of his name in illuminating and enriching their life. The devotee seeks to offer their entire being and find spiritual fulfillment through their connection with the Lord.


Hey Shambhu Baba Mere Bhole Nath


Hey Shambhu Baba Mere Bhole Nath – Lyrics in English

Shiv naam se hai jagat mein ujaala.
Hari bhakto ke hai, man mein Shivaala.


Hey Shambhu Baba mere Bhole
Nath, tino lok mein tu hi tu.
Shraddha suman, mera man bel-patri,
jivan bhi arpan kar doon.

Hey Shambhu Baba mere Bhole Nath,
tino lok mein tu hi tu.


Jag ka swami hai tu, antaryaami hai tu,
mere jivan ki anamit kahaani hai tu.

Teri shakti apaar, tera paavan hai dwaar,
teri pooja hi mera jivan aadhaar.

Dhul tere charano ki le kar,
jivan ko saakaar kiya.

Hey Shambhu Baba mere Bholenath….


Man mein hai kaamana, kuchh main aur jaanoo na,
zindagi bhar karu teri aradhanaa.

Sukh ki pahchaan de, tu mujhe gyaan de,
prem sab se karoon aisa vardaan de.

Tune diya bal nirbal ko,
agyaani ko gyaan diya.

Hey Shambhu Baba, mere Bhole Nath….


Hey Shambhu Baba mere Bhole Nath,
tino lok mein tu hi tu.
Shraddha suman, mera man bel-patri,
jivan bhi arpan kar doon.

Hey Shambhu Baba mere Bhole Nath,
tino lok mein tu hi tu.