Agneepath : Amitabh Bachchan reads poem agnipath written by late father shree Harivanshray Bachchan



Amitabh Bachchan reads poem agnipath written by late father shree Harivanshray Bachchan

अग्निपथ / हरिवंश राय बच्चन

वृक्ष हों भले खड़े,

हों घने हों बड़े,

एक पत्र छांह भी,

मांग मत, मांग मत, मांग मत,

अग्निपथ अग्निपथ अग्निपथ

तू न थकेगा कभी,

तू न रुकेगा कभी,

तू न मुड़ेगा कभी,

कर शपथ, कर शपथ, कर शपथ,

अग्निपथ अग्निपथ अग्निपथ

यह महान दृश्य है,

चल रहा मनुष्य है,

अश्रु श्वेत रक्त से,

लथपथ लथपथ लथपथ,

अग्निपथ अग्निपथ अग्निपथ

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17 thoughts on “Agneepath : Amitabh Bachchan reads poem agnipath written by late father shree Harivanshray Bachchan

  • December 6, 2017 at 7:46 am
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    Agneepath – English TranslationEven if there are mighty trees all around you,
     Let them be shady, let them be huge,
     But, even for the shade of a single leaf,
     Beg not, beg never, ask never!
     The path of fire you shall tread! The path of fire! Yes, That Path of Fire!You shall never tire,
     You shall never slow down,
     You shall never turn back,
     This oath you will take today!
     This oath you will fulfill in your life!
     Take this oath!
     And walk the Path of Fire, every single day!
     The oath of fire! Yes, That Path of Fire!What greater spectacle,
     Than to see such a man walk,
     Who in tears, sweat and blood,
     Is soaked, covered and coated;
     And still walks on in the Path of fire!
     Walks the path of fire! Yes, That Path of Fire!

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  • December 6, 2017 at 7:46 am
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    awesome 😀 .. Amitabh Bachchan’s got to be one of d finest actors of all time.. n this is just a classic movie..

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  • December 6, 2017 at 7:46 am
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    Hey Superman. You should learn more Hindi before correcting people. Shwet means 'White', Swed means Paseena in Hindi or Sweat in English. If it is 'Shwet', what would "Tears, White, Blood" mean on earth anyway? It is "Tears, sweat, and blood".

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  • December 6, 2017 at 7:46 am
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    It's not श्वेत, it's स्वेद. My god. More than half of the internet has done this mistake.

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