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Aayina dekh ke, aik aur tamasha dekho,

Aayina dekh ke, aik aur tamasha dekho,
Apne paikar mein mera hussan-e-tamana dekho,
Tum ko khush ayi na shayed meri palkon ki nami,
Dil mein utray ho to aao mera sehraa dekho,
Meri peyas’on, meri aaso’n, meri ankhon mein kabhi,
Mere ban, mere gulistaan, mere daryaa dekho,
Naam le ker mera, tum us ko pukaaro to sahi,
Is bhare sheher mein jis shakhs ko tanha dekho,
Main mohabbat ke safar mein nahin bhatkoon ga kabhi,
Apne qadmon se chamakta hua rasta dekho,
Main agar yaad na aaon, to chaman mein ja kar,
Shaakh ke hath se girta hua pataa dekho..

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Us k labon pe raat kahani ghazab ki thi,
Jazbat beh rahe they rawani ghazab ki thi,

Raja bhi la

They lie, the men who tell us in a loud decisive tone
That want is here a stranger, and that miser

Hum Se Milte Hain To Milte Hain Jhuka Kr Ankhen

Na Jane Wo Phir Kis K Liye Rakhte Hain Saja Kr An

Mar Gaye Khawab Sab Ki Aankhon Ke,
Har Taraf Hai Gila Haqeeqat Ka
مر گئے خواب سب کی

Safar-e-manzil-e-shabb yaad nahin,
Log rukhsat huye kab yaad nahin,
Avvaleen qurb ki sarshaari hai

Aye naye saal bata tujh mein naya kya hai..?
Har taraf khalq ne kiyun shor mcha rakha hai,
Roshni

Dukhon ka Raaj chal Raha hai Tm intzar karna...

Main khushian Dhond Laya To Tmhn aa Milon ga..

Wo din jo sang guzaray thy,
Tum BHOOL GAYE HO AB SHAYED.
jab jagtay chand sitaray thy,
Tum BHO

Dhalke Dhalke aansu Dhalke
chhalke chhalke saghar chhalke

dil ke taqaze un ke ishaare
bojhal

To say I'm without fear--
It wouldn't be true.
I'm afraid of sickness, humiliation.
Like anyone,

Wafa Ki Jung Matt Larna Bohat Be-Kaar Jati Hai

Zamaana Jeet Jata Hai Mohabbat Haar jati Hai

Ha

Bas Gayi hai Mere EhSas Mein Ye Kaisi MeHaK,,

Koi Kh0oShBu Bhi Main Lagaa0n Teri Kh0oShBu Aaye..

Meri chahat ka bharham talash kare gi
Mohabbat ko dunia bhar me talash kare gi
Aik din yohi dor ch

Koi mousam bhi hum ko raas nahin
woh nahin hay tou kuch bhi paas nahin

aik muddat say dil k paas

NOW, by the verdure on thy thousand hills,
Beloved England, doth the earth appear
Quite good enoug

Who rides so late where winds blow wild?
It is the father grasping his child;
He holds the boy emb

Since brass, nor stone, nor earth, nor boundless sea,
But sad mortality o'ersways their power,
How

Mera Us Sheher-e-Adawat Me Baseraa Hai Jahan
Log Sajdon Me Bhi Logon Ka Bura Sochte Hain...

tark-e-wada ki tark-e-KHwab tha wo
kaam sab ho chuka jo karna tha
bhar chuka jam-e-shart-e-wasl

A million young workmen straight and strong lay stiff on the grass and roads,
And the million are n

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