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Aaj Ki Raat Kategi Kyun Kar Saz Na Jam Na To Mehman

Aaj Ki Raat Kategi Kyun Kar Saz Na Jam Na To Mehman
Subh Talak Kya Jaaniye Kya Ho Aankh Lage Ya Jae Jaan

Mulk-E-Tarab Ke Rahne Walo Ye Kaisi Majburi Hai
Aql Ye Kahti Hai So Jao Dil Kahta Hai Ek Na Man

Ab Aise Men Batao Yaro Kis Ja Kufr Kidhar Iman
Aapne Bipta Sun Li Hamari Bada Karam Lakhon Ehsan

Pichhli Raat Ka Sannata Kahta Hai Ab Kya Aaenge
Hum Na Kahenge Aap Ke Aage Ro Ro Dide Khoe Hain

Unki Banhon Ke Halqe Men Ishq Bana Hai Pir-E-Tariq
Honton Ki Basti Men Charaghan Dil Ke Nagar Itne Sunsan

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Ierne's now our royal Care:
We lately fix'd our Vice--roy there.
How near was she to be undone,
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Meri zindagi ki kitab tu,
Mery her sawal ka jawab tu,
Main tumhen parhon tamam umar,
Meri haya

Main Mar jaon To Usay Khabar Bhi Na Honay Dena.

Masroof Sa Shakhs Hain who Kahin Us Ka Waqt Barb

DE win' is blowin' wahmah,
An hit's blowin' f'om de bay;
Dey's a so't o' mist a-risin'
All erlong

Kitaab Kab Tak Rahe Gi Saada, Kabhi To Aaghaz-E-Baab HoGa,
Jinhun Ne Basti Ujaar Dali, Kabhi To Un

Tere ishq ki intehaa chahta hoon,
Meri saadgi dekh kya chahta hoon,
Sitam ho ke ho vaada-e-be-hija

I.
She was an aged woman; and the years
Which she had numbered on her toilsome way
Had bowed her

Wo tu milta hay mujhse mehdood se lamhon me Faraz
Yeh DIL hay kitni fursat se sochta hay usay

Mar jaon '''' Shayad "" kuch dinon tak ______
Ek Shakhas jala raha Hai Dil Roz Thora Thora

XIV

If thou must love me, let it be for nought
Except for love's sake only. Do not say
'I love

teri duniya se ye dil is liye ghabraata hai
is sarae mein koi aata koi jata hai
tu ne kya dil ki

Khizan Chhai He Gulshan Mein,
Gulon Ki Eid Kaya Hogi ?
Kisi Nadar K Bhooke Bachon,
Eid Kya Hogi,?

Kehdo un parhne walon se,
Kabhi hum bhi parha kertay thay,
Jitna syllabus parh k wo top kertay hai

Suna Hai Log Usay Aankh Bhar Ke Dekhte Hain
So Us Ke Shahar Mein Kuch Din Thehar Ke Dekhte Hain

Parhne Walon Ka Qehat Hai Warna,

Girte Aansu Kitab Hote Hain….

Ye Lords and Commons, Men of Wit,
And Pleasure about Town;
Read this ere you translate one Bit

Αnkh laga kar Μere khwabon ko lay jaao Κahi door,
Νalayak raat mein Αate hai or sοne bi nahi

Din beet jatey hain suhani yadain ban kar,
Batein reh jati hain kahani ban kar,

Per dost to hame

In what torn ship soever I embark,
That ship shall be my emblem of thy Ark;
What sea soever swallo

Sometimes she walks through the village in her
little red dress
all absorbed in restraining hersel

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