Ekla Akaash (Lyrics and Meaning)

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Amaar ekla akash thomke geche raater srothe bheshe, shudhu tomay bhaalo bheshe

Aamaar din gulo shob rong chineche tomaar kache eshe, shudhu tomay bhaalo bheshe

Tumi chokh mellei phool phutheche amaar chaade eshe

Bhorer shishir thonth chuye jaay, tomaay bhaalo bheshe

 

My lonely skies have stopped sailing in the dark currents of the night, after (I started) loving you

You acquainted my days with color ,  after (I started) loving you

The moment our eyes meet, the patio blooms with flowers

The morning dew caresses my lips after loving you

 

Amaar klanto mon, ghor khujeche jokhon,

Aami chaaitam, pete chaaitam, shudhu tomaar telephone

Ghor bhora dupur, amaar ekla thakaar shur

Rodh gaaito, aami bhabhtaam, tumi kothay kotho dur

Amaar beshur guitar shur bendheche tomaar kache eshe, shudhu tomay bhaalo bheshe

Amaar ekla akaash chaand chineche tomaar haashee heshe, shudhu tomay bhaalo bheshe

When my tired heart finally found a home, all I wanted was a phone call from you

When the afternoons filled the house with notes of my loneliness that the sun sang,

I would find myself thinking about where you were, how far away

My untuned guitar fell into tune when you came into my life, after (I started) loving you

My lonely sky befriended the moon, by smiling the way you do, after (I started) loving you.

 

Alosh meghela mon, amaar abcha ghorer kon,

cheye roito, chunthe chaaito, tumi aashbe aar kokhon

shrantho ghughur daak, dhulo maakha boier taak

Jaano bolche, bole cholche thaak opekhatei thaak

Amaar ekla akaash thomke geche……

My idle mind, and the hazy corners of the house,

wait for you, want to feel your presence, when will you arrive?

The forlorn cries of the doves, the dust laden book shelf,

seem to have gotten used to this sweet anticipation by now

My lonely skies have stopped sailing in the dark currents of the night, after (I started) loving you

 

 

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