|Satyam Shivam Sundaram|
|Studio album by Laxmikant-Pyarelal|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
Laxmikant-Pyarelal's music won the Filmfare Best Music Director Award. Lata Mangeshkar lends her voice to the main theme song "Satyam Shivam Sundaram", which was among the chart-toppers of the year.
Various recent music groups from both India and the United States, such as Thievery Corporation and Sheila Chandra, have re-done the theme song from the movie. Also, many variations of the song have been made (e.g. the original version is considered, in Indian music, a Bhajan, but Lata Mangeshkar has also made a bhangra-like version, a different style).
- Song "Satyam Shivam Sundaram" was listed at #6 on Binaca Geetmala annual list 1977
- Song "Yashomati Maiya Se" was listed at #7 on Binaca Geetmala annual list 1978
- Song "Chanchal Sheetal Nirmal Komal" was listed at #24 on Binaca Geetmala annual list 1978
Rakesh Budhu of Planet Bollywood gave 9 stars stating, "Satyam Shivam Sundaram is still a soundtrack that shines more amidst L-P’s many melody accomplishments."
|"Satyam Shivam Sundaram"||Lata Mangeshkar||Pandit Narendra Sharma||5:05|
|"Bhor Bhaye Panghat Pe"||Lata Mangeshkar||Anand Bakshi||5:30|
|"Woh Aurat Hai Too Mehbooba"||Nitin Mukesh, Lata Mangeshkar||Anand Bakshi||5:00|
|"Chanchal Sheetal Nirmal Komal"||Mukesh||Anand Bakshi||5:50|
|"Saiyan Nikas Gaye"||Lata Mangeshkar, Bhupinder Singh||Vitalbhai Patel||4:45|
|"Suni Jo Unke Aane Ki Aahat"||Lata Mangeshkar||Pandit Narendra Sharma||3:20|
|"Satyam Shivam Sundaram"||Lata Mangeshkar||Pandit Narendra Sharma||6:15|
|"Yashomati Maiya Se Bole Nandlala"||Lata Mangeshkar, Manna Dey||Pandit Narendra Sharma||3:45|
|"Yashomati Maiya Se Bole Nandlala"||Lata Mangeshkar||Pandit Narendra Sharma||3:10|
|"Shree Radha Mohan Shyam Shobhan"||Manna Dey||Pandit Narendra Sharma||2:50|
|"Shri Radhamohan"||Lata Mangeshkar,Manna Dey||Pandit Narendra Sharma||2:55|
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