JUNGLE BOOK MOWGLI HINDI TITLE SONG

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Jungle Jungle Baat Chali Hai is the title song from the dubbed Hindi version of the Japanese anime series Jungle Book Shōnen Mowgli. The song's Hindi-Urdu . Hindi Children Songs Jungle Jungle Baat Chali Hai (जंगल जंगल बात चली है) lyrics: / Jungle Jungle baat chali / hai pata chala hai.. / Jungle. Mowgli's lyrics in hindi. Jungle Jungle baat chali hai pata chala hai.. Arre chaddi pehen ke phool khila hai phool khila hai (2) Jungle jungle pata chala hai.


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Mowgli The Jungle Book Disney might be bringing out a new 3D version of The Jungle Book, but how can that make us forget the loincloth-clad cartoon Mowgli we grew up watching?

That old version might not have had 3D glasses and high definition technology involved, but the opening song about 'flowers wearing underwear' was good enough to keep us glued to the television. Ducktales There wouldn't be many who were kids in the 90s and didn't watch Ducktales, or wasn't fascinated about Scrooge McDuck's wealth.

The whole idea of being rich enough to swim in a tank of gold coins and going on adventures everyday kept us charmed, didn't it?

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Well, maybe not our favourite pilot! But nonetheless, Baloo and his navigator Kit's adventures were worth wasting our study times and afternoon naps for. Timon and Pumbaa They were just cartoon characters, but what they taught us with their song was a teaching for life: Hakuna Matata, a Swahili phrase that means 'No worries'.

Scooby Doo Didn't this dog and his friends make us a little less scared of ghosts and the dark? And the epic style of Scooby's and Shaggy's running at the sight of anything remotely scary!

Don't we so often feel like running away from various things in our adult life the same way, with our hands stretched ahead and screaming our lungs out? Aladdin The Disney version of the Arabian Nights made was one of the many cartoons that made us miss our homework and bargain with our parents for one more show.

And while Sanju's magic pencil was still not in the scene, it was Aladdin's Genie that we wanted so bad.

Chip n Dale Rescue Rangers The memories of this cartoon influenced the way we looked at chipmunks and mice. And cheese! Gummi Bears As amazing as the candy, this show called Gummy Bears took us to magical land and made us believe in all things good and harmless. Teletubbies From the baby-faced sun to Noo Noo the vacuum cleaner, everything about the Teletubby land made us want to visit it as kids.

And during every show, didn't wait along with Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Lala and Poh to see what adventure the magical windmill would bring? Make Way For Noddy This show brought along with itself a new wave of cartoons, and a craving for a new kind of magic and make-believe.

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The daily life of the little wooden boy with a bell hanging from the tip of his hat living in place named Toyland became one of our favourites. Bob The Builder Again, with the words of its title song, this show taught us something worth learning: Can we fix it? Yes we can I could relate to Mowgli in a way I couldn't with other animated characters — even though we didn't have a lot in common.

While I grew up in a small town in southern India called Mysore, watching Mowgli's adventures in the jungle made me more curious about the wild elephants and deer I saw in nearby Bandipur National Park. I was surprised to learn that an Indian American friend of mine had a similar reaction watching Disney's first movie based on Kipling's book.

This was the first story, outside of Hindu mythology, where "the protagonist was brown and without a Christian name," Kartikay Mehrotra told me in an e-mail. Mowgli was my hero — the first character I could relate to because he looked like me.

Courtesy of Disney hide caption toggle caption Mowgli has a moment with Raksha, the "mother wolf" who adopted him. Courtesy of Disney There was another reason why I loved the series.

To me, the stories felt like another chapter of the Panchatantra Tales , a centuries-old collection of stories of different animals.

You might think of them as the Aesop's Fables of India. Originally written in Sanskrit and Pali, the stories have been translated into English and a range of Indian languages and illustrated by many artists. Each story has a moral — hard work, honesty, generosity. Some stories celebrate wit, humor and cooperation between different animals. And many stories portray a top predator — a lion, tiger or jackal — as vicious, greedy or power hungry. Most stories find them defeated by a weaker animal like a rabbit or a wolf.

Sound familiar? The similarity between The Jungle Book and Panchatantra tales feels lilke more than a coincidence to me. I don't know if Kipling ever admitted to it, but having grown up in India, he must have heard these ancient stories.

But the new movie isn't just a trigger for nostalgia. My friend Anannya Dasgupta in New Delhi said the movie made her think of "kinship and family" — and how a sense of belonging can go far beyond the traditional definition of kinship.

She was especially touched by the "bond that is asserted between human-child and a wolf and beyond that between a human, a black panther and a bear.

I lived in the United States between and Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. I could relate to Mowgli in a way I couldn't with other animated characters — even though we didn't have a lot in common.

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And while the shows were amazing and profanity-free, the title songs are something that make us hum even today.

Good things, mind you! While I grew up in a small town in southern India called Mysore, watching Mowgli's adventures in the jungle made me more curious about the wild elephants and deer I saw in nearby Bandipur National Park.

It's been 23 years so we thought we should do something new," Bharadwaj said. Listen to and download the music, ost, score, list of songs and trailers.

Let us know through comments how you liked this compilation. It was originally a Japanese series , dubbed in Hindi for an Indian audience.

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