In 2008, Ravindra Jain composed music for director Gufi Paintal's debut film Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu with upcoming composer Surya Raj Kamal.
Jain also rendered beautiful music to many of Rajshri Productions' features starting in the 1975 with the film Geet Gata Chal starring Sarika and Sachin Pilgaonkar and continued till 2011.
He composed music for Tapasya(1976), Chitchor (1976), Ankhiyon Ke Jharokhon Se(1978), Abodh (1984).
He was chosen to compose for Rajshri Productions's Ankhiyon Ke Jharokhon Se sequel Jaana Pehchana (2011) and upcoming Satish Kaushik-directed biopic Tansen.
He composed music for projects in 2017 which included Baromas and Barbareek- Sheesh Danee Mahayoddha based on Barbarika.
In 2006, he composed music for the Hindi film Vivah directed by Sooraj R.
Barjatya and its spin-off sequel Ek Vivaah Aisa Bhi directed by Kaushik Ghatak, both of which were produced by Rajshri Productions. Yesudas to Hindi movies, in singing in many of his movies in the 1970s and 1980s.
Jain is credited for bringing south Indian singing sensation Dr. Together they gifted some memorable songs like 'Oo goriya re' (Naiyya), 'Beeti hui raat ki' (Ayyash), and 'Gori tera gaon' (Chitchor).
It is said that Jain was so enthralled by Yesudas's voice, if he ever received his vision, Yesudas would be the first person he would want to see.
Jain has worked on songs after his liaison with Yesudas, but he has failed to attain the pinnacle of glory he achieved with the master singer during the 1970s.
He won the Filmfare Best Music Director Award in 1985. He was a role model for many people as he overcame his disability of blindness.
His first film, Kanch Aur Heera, was released on 31 July 1972.
Ravindra Jain was born blind to well-known Sanskrit scholar and Ayurvedacharya, Pandit Indramani Jain and mother Kiran Jain. He is the third child among seven brothers and a sister. Jain, Pandit Janardhan Sharma, and Pandit Nathu Ram. Ten years later, Prathibhushan Bhattacharya took Jain to Mumbai where Jain composed for his film Kranthi and Balidaan.
Jain started singing at a very young age, reciting Jain bhajans and poetry by famous Jain poets such as Pandit Dyanantraiji, Pandit Budhjanji, etc. It was Ravindra Jain's parents that first decided to teach him music. In January 1972, Jain started his film career as a composer with his first film song being recorded in Mohd.
Rafi's voice—a song that remains unreleased to this day.
Ravindra Jain is one of the most notable of the Hindi music directors who started his career in the early 1970s, composing for hit films such as Saudagar (1970), Chor Machaye Shor (1974), Geet Gaata Chal (1975), Chitchor (1976), Dulhan Wahi Jo Piya Man Bhaaye (1977), Paheli(1977) and Ankhiyon Ke Jharokhon Se (1978). Along with composing music, he also wrote the lyrics for many of his famous songs.
Ravindra Jain's father died during the recording sessions of the film Saudagar, however, Jain did not leave the studio until the recordings were finalised giving utmost importance to his work.
One of his most famous songs is Ankhiyon Ke Jharokhon Se from the film of same name. Chopra gave him projects like Pati Patni Aur Woh (1978) and Insaf Ka Tarazu (1980) whereas Hrishikesh Mukherjee asked him to compose music for Kotwaal Saab (1977).
Raj Kapoor, made him compose many super hit songs in movies such as Ram Teri Ganga Maili, Do Jasoos and later Henna (film), directed by Randhir Kapoor. Ravindra Jain also composed for a few non-Hindi films including Sujatha, Sukham Sukhakaram, Aakashathinte Niram (Malayalam); Mhaara Peehar Saasra, Kunba (Haryanvi); Chadi Jawani Budhe Nu (Punjabi); Gomti ni Shakhe, Shree Krishna Sharnam Mamah (Gujarati); Ganga se Naata ba Hamaar, Ganga Maiya Bhar de Achalwa Hamaar, Gaon Desh, Gaon aaja Pardesi, Nadiya ke teer, Piya Milan ki aas, Laagi aisi Lagan, and Jalsa ghar ki devi (Bhojpuri); Harishchandra Shaibya, Dristi (unreleased), Phoolan devi, Bhaalobeshe Radha, Ananya, Bhanga Gara, Punorutthaan, Sesh Aghat, and Pati Param Guru (Bengali); Brahmarishi Vishwamitra (Telugu); Pardesi Chadhei jaa debi Sarva Bhuteshu (Oriya), and Educated Binani (Rajasthani).
During the 1980s and 1990s, Ravindra Jain widely composed for most mythological movies including Navaratri, Gopal Krishna, Jai Karoli Maa, Har Har Gange, Durgaa Maa, Badrinath Dham, Solah Shukrawar, Raja Harishchandra, Bolo he Chakradhari, Brahmarishi Vishwamitra in Telugu, Shanivrat Mahima and Jai Shakumbhari Maa.
In September 2016, Anup Jalota released Jain's last recording of bhajans titled Chahe Ram Bhajo, Chahe Shyam Bhajo and Jain's mother-in-law's bhajan album Japle Japle Prabhu ka naam at his residence. Yesudas's production house Tharangini Audios for the Malayalam album Aavanippoochendu.
Malayalam In 1989, Ravindra Jain composed the music under Dr. He did the musical score of the Malayalam film Sujatha .
Jain Albums Ravindra Jain has written and composed many popular Jain bhajans.
Some of the memorable songs remain fresh even to this day.
Some of his notable songs are Mastakabhishek (1982), first sung at the occasion of Mahamastakabhisheka of Lord Bahubali statue in Shravanabelagola (Karnataka); Bahubali Bhagwaan ki Aarti Utaaro Milke (1982); and Jai Jinendra bolo.
In 1990s, an album called Guru Vandana was released featuring songs on gurus (teachers) and saints and disciples.
In 1991 Jain wrote and co-produced with the singer Hemlata the cassette album Sahaj Dhara dedicated to Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi.
Album Timeless Mahatma based on Gandhi's teachings was released in 2011 and was featured in an Indian exhibit in South Africa.
In 2014, Jain launched albums Kashi Pushpanjali and Mission Bodh Gaya.
In 2014, Jain released Sampoorna Ramayan—a musical version of the story with simple Hindi lyrics sung by famous Bollywood singers.
Jain has described Yesudas as the 'Voice of India' Ravindra Jain had a very long association with Mohd Rafi. Among many, to mention some of the movies Aatish, Ghar Ki Laai, Dada, Habani, Akhri Kasam, Daku Aur Mahatma, Maha Badmaash, Raam Bhorose, Raeszada, Fakira, Kalicharan, Do Jasoos and Toofan.
During the 80's, Ravindra Jain got Mohd Rafi to sing a song with a sequence of low, medium and high pitch, Tu hi wo haseen hai film Khwab starred by Mithun Chakborty and Ranjeeta.
It was considered to be one of the very difficult song a singer can sing. Ravindra Jain had a very long association with Kishore Kumar.
Beside Tu Hi Woh Haseen Hai, Jain Rafi combo gave us a beautiful brother and sister relation song O Meri Ladli Pyari Behna from film Aatish which was pictured on Jeetendra and Nirupa Roy. Some of the popular films in which Jain composed and made Kishore Kumar sing the songs include Chor Machaye Shor(1974), Salaakhen (1975), Deewangee(1976), Fakira(1976) all four which had Shashi Kapoor as the lead male actor, Rakhee Gulzar starrer Tapasya, Manjula Vijayakumar starrer Ek Gaon Ki Kahani (1975), Sanjeev Kumar starrers like Pati Patni Aur Woh (1978) and Daasi (1981), Rajshri productions like Geet Gaata Chal (1975), Asrani production Hum Nahi Sudhrenge in 1980, Randhir Kapoor starrer Ram Bharose (1977), Jeetendra starrer Hum Tere Aashiq Hain (1979), Arun Govil starrer Sasuraal (1984).