|A1||Ghunghat Ka Pat Khol Re - Kabir Bhajan||3:14|
|A2||Tan Man Pe Manhar Ne - Holi||2:54|
|A3||Sajanwa Nainan Mere Tumri Ore - Kabir Bhajan||3:26|
|A4||Main Ne Chakar Rakho Ji - Meera Bhajan||3:06|
|A5||Pag Chunghru Bandh Meera - Meera Bhajan||3:00|
|A6||Nachungi Main To - Bhajan||3:26|
|B1||Rana Ji Main To Girdhar Ke - Meera Bhajan||3:13|
|B2||Meera Lago Rang Hari - Meera Bhajan||3:16|
|B3||Tulsi-Meera-Sur-Kabir - Bhajan||3:22|
|B4||Kanhaiya Pe Tan Man Lutane - Bhajan||3:26|
|B5||Aaj Mere Ghar Preetam - Kabir Bhajan||3:10|
|B6||Main To Prem Diwani - Meera Bhajan||3:06|
- Manufactured By – The Gramophone Company Of India Ltd.
- Distributed By – The Gramophone Company Of India Ltd.
- Design – Eileen Sen
Notes"Recording first published 1962"
"Juthika Roy was a name to be conjured for nearly two decades from early thirties for her scintillating performances of Bhajans of Meera, Kabir, Surdas, and others. In facts, in the hey-day of her career she was being identified by millions of her admirers throughout India as the very personification of Meera, the great singer-saint of the 16th century.
Juthika Roy's reputation as the greatest Bhajan singer of the day did not remain confined to India, but spread far and wide across the seas, particularly to the continent of Africa and South East Asia and her occasional personal appearance tours of overseas countries were widely acclaimed both by the resident Indians as well as the indigenous population of the countries she visited.
Featured on this album are 12 selections from amongst the artiste's most popular devotional songs including both Meera and Kabir Bhajan."
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: 2XJE. 532
- Matrix / Runout: 2XJE. 533