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Kaho kaisi guzarti hai Tumhari ye Eid''

Kaho kaisi guzarti hai
Tumhari ye Eid''

Pagal suna hai ab to Eideen bhi wo pahli c nhi kartey.,.

Kesi k ghar nahi jaatey kisi se bhi nai Miltey.,.

kisi ki ek nahi suntey kisi se kuch nahi kahtey.,.

Na koi gift Letey ho na koi gift detey ho

kabhi khul kar na hanstey ho kabhi khul kar na rotey ho.,.

Boht bekarar boht
Boht bechain hotay ho,.,

Suna hai chand Rataoon mein bohut bemoor dekhtey ho wo kaghaz phar detey ho.,.

Kesi k wastey jin par bohut shair lekhtey ho na jeetey ho na marty ho..

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On western plain and eastern hill
Where once my fancy ranged,
The station hands are riding still

WEARY already, weary miles to-night
I walked for bed: and so, to get some ease,
I dogged the flyin

Mera andar gawahi deta hai
Jo bhi bahir hai jhoot hai sara

میرا اندر گواہی

Jo Likhon to nok Qalam pay tum Jo Parhon to Nok Zabaa pay tum

Tery Sath sath nikhar gya mera zooq

I'll tell you something: every day
people are dying. And that's just the beginning.
Every day, in

Kaun Iss Ghar Ki Dekh Bhaal Kare,
Roz Ek Cheez Tut Jaati Hai

From childhood's hour I have not been
As others were; I have not seen
As others saw; I could not b

Mujhe miti ke ghar banane ka shok tha,
Usay ashiyane girane ka shok tha,
Mai khud se roth jata hon

I heard the bells on Christmas day
Their old familiar carols play,
And wild and sweet the words r

bat karni mujhe mushkil kabhi aisi to na thi
jaisi ab hai teri mahfil kabhi aisi to na thi

le ga

Darr Hai ke Bichar Na jaye Woh "Shakhs" Mujh Se,

"WASI"

Zamana Hamari
"judai" ka Talabgar B

Sent to a friend who had complained that I was glad enough to see
him when he came, but didn't see

Kuch bhi ho apne maazi se raabta bahaal rakhna,
Tum kahin bhi jaaon jaana’n apna khayal rakhna,

The Bellman's Speech

The Bellman himself they all praised to the skies--
Such a carriage, such

Jab seena gham se bojhl ho aur yaad kisi ki aati ho,
Tab kamre mein band ho jana aur chupke chupke

Zara Thehro k Barish hy, Ye Tham Jaye to Phir Jana...

Kisi Ka Tujh Ko Chhoo Jana Mujhy Achha Nhi

Ghairon Mein Jo Han Shaad Inhen Eid Mubarak
Jin Ko Nahin Hum Yaad Unhen Eid Mubarak
Massom Sey Arm

wo daur qarib aa raha hai
jab dad-e-hunar na mil sakegi
us shab ka nuzul ho raha hai
jis shab

Mujh Se Ye Log Kehte Hain, ,
Kahan Dil Chor Aye Ho, ,
Bohat Chup Chaap Rehte Ho, ,
Na Bante Na Sa

Baam-E-Urooj Par Bhi Kabhi Aaunga Zaroor,

Humdam Mera Zawaal Chaar Din Ka Hai...

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