Ahe Nila Saila Lyrics (with English Meaning) — Kuldeep Pattnaik

“Ahe Nila Saila Lyrics Meaning,” composed by Kuldeep Pattnaik, is a profound devotional song in the Odia language. It beautifully conveys the divine interventions of Lord Vishnu and holds immense cultural and religious significance in Odia devotional music. Kuldeep Pattnaik’s rendition adds a contemporary touch, resonating with both traditional and modern audiences.



Title Ahe Nila Saila
Vocalist(s) Kuldeep Pattnaik
Lyricist(s) Bhakta Salabega
Producer(s) Asad Nizam

The translated Odia lyrics of “Ahe Nila Saila” depict various instances of Lord Vishnu’s compassion and power. Salabega’s verses recount how Vishnu saved the king of elephants from deep waters, protected Draupadi’s modesty in the court of the Kauravas, granted refuge to Vibhishana, and vanquished the demon Hiranyakashipu to protect Prahlada. Each verse is a testament to the deity’s unwavering support for his devotees, illustrating the themes of protection, refuge, and divine justice.

AHE NILA SAILA LYRICS (WITH ENGLISH MEANING) — KULDEEP PATTNAIK

Ahe Nilashaila Prabala Mattabaran,
Mo Arata Nalinibanaku Kara Dalan
Gajaraja Chintakalaa Thai Ghora Jalena,
Chakrapeshi Nakranashi Udhharila Apana

Oh, you are the dark blue mountain, a powerful refuge,
Please protect my lotus forest from destruction.
The king of elephants suffered greatly in the deep waters,
You, with your discus weapon, rescued him without harm.

(Ghorabane Mriguniki Padithila Kashana
Kede Bada Bipatirukaricha Tarana)
Kurusabhatale Shuni Draupadeera Janaana
Kotibastra Dei Hele Lajja Kala Barana

(The deer fawn was trapped in the dense forest,
You saved her from such great danger.)
In the court of the Kauravas, hearing Draupadi’s cry,
You granted her countless garments, shielding her modesty.

(Rabanara Bhai Vibhishana Gala Sharana
Sharana Sambhali Taku Lanke Kala Rajana
Prahallada Pita Se Je Bada Dushta Daruna
Stambharu Bahari Taku Vidarila Takshana)

(Ravana’s brother, Vibhishana, sought your refuge,
You accepted him and made him king of Lanka.
Prahlada’s father was a cruel and wicked demon,
You emerged from a pillar and swiftly destroyed him.)

Kahe Salabega Hina Jatire Mu Yabana
Shreeranga Charana Tale Karuachi Janaana

Salbeg says, "I am a lowly Yavana,"
But I humbly surrender at the feet of Lord Ranganatha.

Ahe Nila Saila Music Video

The music video for “Ahe Nila Saila” complements the devotional tone of the song with visuals of worship and serene landscapes of Odisha. This enhances the song’s impact and connects it to its cultural and religious context. Kuldeep Pattnaik’s heartfelt rendition of Salabega’s timeless lyrics creates a spiritual journey that resonates deeply with listeners, inviting reflection on divine protection and humility.