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Bhromor Koio Giya - Dhamail Dance

Translation for Bengali folklore song Bhromor koiyo gia

Bhromor koiyo giya
Sri krishno bichheder onole
Ongo jai joliya're, bhromor koyio giya
Bhromor koiyo giya
Sri krishno bichheder onole
Ongo jai joliya're, bhromor koyio giya

Koiyo koiyo koiyo're bhromor
Krishno're bujhaiya
Koiyo koiyo koiyo're bhromor
Krishno're bujhaiya
Muhi radha moira jaimu
Krishno hara hoiya're
Bhromor koiyo giya
Bhromor koiyo giya
Sri krishno bichheder onole
Ongo jai joliya're, bhromor koiyo giya
Agey jodi jantam're bhromor
Jaiba're chhariya
Agey jodi jantam're bhromor
Jaiba're chhariya
Mathar kishor du'bhag kore
Rakhitam banhiya're
Bhromor koiyo giya
Bhromor koiyo giya
Sri krishno bichheder onole
Ongo hai joliya're bhromor koiyo giya
Bhromore
Bhaibe radha romon bole
Shuno're kaliya
Bhaibe radha romon bole
Shuno're kaliya
Nibha chilo mon're agun
Ki dilai jalai'ya re
Bhromor koiyo giya
Bhromor koiyo giya
Sri krishno bichheder onole
Ongo hai joliya're bhromor koiyo giya

The First Paragraph:
Bee (bhromor) do go and tell lord Krishna that his separation from me makes me burn. My body and soull burns and is tormented due to my separation from Lord Krishna.

2nd Paragraph:
Bee go and tell Lord Krishna and make him understand that I. Radha will die when I lose Krishna. (Krishna-less Radha will die_literally)
Bee, if only I knew that he will leave me, I would have parted my hair in two sections and tied him up.
To the bee, Radha says, listen oh" bee(kaliya) my heart's fire was dead why did you lighten it up again, go and tell Lord Krishna that my body burns due to his separation from me.

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