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Na Kuch Raha Pas Apne To Sanbhaal Ke Rakhi Ek Tanhayi

Na Kuch Raha Pas Apne To Sanbhaal Ke Rakhi Ek Tanhayi, ,
Ye Wo Saltanat Hai Jis Ke Badsha Bhi Hum Wazeer Bhi Hum, , , , ,

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Dread Mother of Forgetfulness
Who, when Thy reign begins,
Wipest away the Soul's distress,
And me

Amongst the flowers I
am alone with my pot of wine
drinking by myself; then lifting
my cup I aske

in ujDi bastiyon ka koi to nishan rahe
chulhe jalen ki ghar hi jalen par dhuan rahe
nero ne bans

Idhar jayen, udar jayen,
tum batao kidhar jayen,
jidhar jaye tumhe payen,
tum batao kidhar jayen.

"Thin Rain, whom are you haunting,
That you haunt my door?"
—Surely it is not I she's wanting;

On landing, the first voice one hears is from
An English police-constable; a man
Respectful, con

Were 't aught to me I bore the canopy,
With my extern the outward honouring,
Or laid great bases f

Har ek baat pe kehte ho tum ki tu kya hai,
tumhin kaho ki ye andaaz-e-guftgoo kya hai.

Na shole

itne din ke baad tu aaya hai aaj
sochta hun kis tarah tujh se milun
mere andar jag uThi ek chand

Kuch Roz Se Ye HaaL Hai Chahat Mein Tumhari...

BeKaar Pare Rehna Koi Kaam Na Karna...

HaQeeQat Se Bohaaaaaaat Door Hai Khawahish Meri,

Phir Bhi Khawahish Hai, K Ek Khawab HaQeeQat Ho

Man kunto maula,
Fa Ali-un maula
Man kunto maula.
Dara dil-e dara dil-e dar-e daani.
Hum tum tan

Samaj Nahi Aati Wafa Krain Tu Kis Se Krain Wasi
Matti Se Bane Ye Log Kaghaz Ke Tukron Pe Bik Jate H

What should we have taken
with us? We never could decide
on that; or what to wear,
or at what tim

Jagtey Jagtey thak jao to,

Aisa karna

Aadhi ratein mujhko dena, Tum ko poorey khuwab milen gay

Kahani main koi raddu badal kro
Mera us se bichhrna banta he nahin

Apni tanhaayii mere naam pe aabaad kare

Kaun hoga jo mujhe us ki tarah yaad kare

Dil ajab shah

Heran Ho Tum Ko Masjed Mein Dekh K Ghalib
Esa Bhi Kia Hua K Khuda Yad A Gea A

Is qadarr tora hai mujhaay uss ke be-wafaai nay “ghalib”

Abb koi agarr pyar se bhi daikhaay t

Wo Jin Me Chamakte The Wafa K Moti

Yaqeen Jano Wo Ankhein Hi Bewafa Nikli...

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