• Sat. Aug 20th, 2022

There is a lot of buzz about ‘Har Har Shambhu’ in Sawan, is the tune stolen from the Krishna hymn of a foreign woman?

ByNEWS OR KAMI

Aug 4, 2022
There is a lot of buzz about 'Har Har Shambhu' in Sawan, is the tune stolen from the Krishna hymn of a foreign woman?

The hymn ‘Har Har Shambhu’ is making a splash on social media among Shiva devotees. The discussion about this hymn became more when a singer named Farmani Naaz was trolled for singing despite being a Muslim. This song has been previously sung by singers named Abhilipsa Panda and Jeetu Sharma. The hymn due to which these singers have come in the discussion, do you know that it is not real but stolen. Let us tell the truth of the tune of this hymn.

In fact, when Muslim fundamentalists got furious after seeing a singer named Farmani Naaz singing the glory of Shiva, Farmani came into the limelight overnight. But the real author of ‘Har Har Shambhu’ lives not here in India but in New York, whose name is Achyuta Gopi Krishna and despite being a foreigner, he is a tremendous Krishna devotee. Let us tell you about them.

Achyuta Gopi Krishna’s hymn
Bhajan ‘Bhajaman Radhe Govinda’ sung by Achyuta Gopi Krishna living in New York is very famous among devotees. If you listen to this hymn, then its tune will be heard matching with ‘Har Har Shambhu’. Perhaps this may have been the reason that when Abhilipsa Panda and Jitu Sharma released this hymn on YouTube, there was a copyright strike, after which it was removed.


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Jeetu Sharma had taken permission from Achyut Gopi
Regarding this, Singer Jitu Sharma shared the video stating the truth of the copyright claim and said that the song ‘Har Har Shambhu’ is not on YouTube, but let me tell that even when the video was released, we talked to Achyut Gopi ji. He had said that he has no problem with ‘Har Har Shambhu’, but I am happy that a song of Shivji has also been made on my tune. Strike has not come from their side. Thank you for giving me permission to sing for a small composition from ‘Bhajman Radhe Govinda’ to ‘Har Har Shambhu’. Our video was removed by a hacker and he himself gave a fake strike and took the name of Achyut Gopi.

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