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‎--Is Bheegi Shaam K Saye Main-

‎--Is Bheegi Shaam K Saye Main-
Chup'ky Se Agr Tum Aa Jao
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Ye Shaam Suhani Ho Jaye
Rangeen Kahani Ho Jaye
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Wo Bat Jo Hum Keh Na Sky
Ankho Ki Zubani Ho Jaye
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Koi Pyari Baat Tum Chero
Koi Pyar Ki Baat Sunain Hum
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Haan Pyar Krain Yon Hum Dono
Ye Raat Suhani Ho Jaye
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Is Bheegi Shaam Suhani Me
Chup'ky Se Agr Tum Aa Jao

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bulbul ko KHar KHar-e-dabistan hai in dinon
har tifl ki baghal mein gulistan hai in dinon
zunnar

Mera Us Sheher-e-Adawat Me Baseraa Hai Jahan

Log Sajdon Me Bhi Logon Ka Bura Sochte Hain...

Apni dhun mein rehta hoon
Mein bhi tere jesa hoon
O pichli rut ke sathi
Ab ke baras main tanha ho

Achi surat bhi kya buri shai hai,
Jis ne daali buri nazar daali..

Har Bar Tuj Se Milte Waqt

Tuj Se Milne Ki Aarzo Ki Hai

Tere Jaane Ke Baad Bi Mein Ne

Teri K

Lo main aankhain band kiye leti hoon ab tum ruksat ho

Dil to jane kia kehta hai lekin dil ka kehn

Barson Chale Qateel Zamane Ke Sath Hum, ,
Waqif Howe Na Phir Bhi Zamane Ki Chaal Se, , , ,

Thistle and darnell and dock grew there,
And a bush, in the corner, of may,
On the orchard wall

Had-e-inteha se bohat aage
tumhen chaha hai,

Hum ne wafa se bohat aage
tumhen chaha hai,

Faseel e jism gira de makaan e jaaN se nikal

Ye intshaar zada shahr hai..yahaaN se nikal

Teri

Phir nazar mein phool mehke, Dil mein phir shamain jali’n,
Phir tassawur ne liya uss bazmm mein j

Hounto Pe Hunsi Dekh Li Dil k Ander Nahe Dekha,
Aap Ne Mere Gahmoo ka Samounder Nahe Dekha,

Kitn

Asser-E-Zulf Wo Rukhsar Laab-E-Janan Hua Amsalh
Koe Iqbal Sy Keh Dy Shaahen Marr Gaye Tery

Kahan dhondtay ho tum ishq ko aye be,khabar?
yeh khud hi dhondh leta hai jissey barbaad krna ho.!

Earth, Ocean, Air, belovèd brotherhood!
If our great Mother has imbued my soul
With aught of natu

What is the world, O soldiers?
It is I:
I, this incessant snow,
This northern sky;
Soldiers, thi

Remember
When we ended
It all
-for a weekend-
& how
We knew?
You took
The tea bowl
That I
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Saal-ha-saal aur ik lamhaa,
Koi bhi to na in main bal aya,

Khud hi ik dar pe maine dastak di,
K

Help Lord, for godly men have took their flight,
And left the earth to be the wicked's den:
Not on

IF Wytheburn's modest House of prayer,
As lowly as the lowliest dwelling,
Had, with its belfry's h

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