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Stanza (14)Stanza (15)Stanza (16)Kon Hai Taarik-e-Aaeen-e-Rasool-e-Mukhtar (S.A.W.)?

Stanza (14)

Kon Hai Taarik-e-Aaeen-e-Rasool-e-Mukhtar (S.A.W.)?
Maslihat Waqt Ki Hai Kis Ke Amal Ka Maayaar?

Who now forgetfully neglect My Rasool’s Law sublime?
And whose lives write them clearly down As servers of the time?


Kis Ki Ankhon Mein Samaya Hai Sha’ar-e-Aghyar
Ho Gyi Kis Ki Nigah Tarz-e-Salaf Se Baizar?

To whom now other customs seem far nobler than their own?
By whom your great forefathers’ ways once followed, are forsworn?


Qalb Mein Souz Nahin, Rooh Mein Ehsas Nahin
Kuch Bhi Paigham-e-Muhammad (S.A.W.) Ka Tumhain Paas Nahin

Your hearts are now of longing void, Your souls now know no zeal,
You heed no more that message great which Ahmad (PBUH) did reveal.

Stanza (15)

Jaa Ke Hote Hain Masajid Mein Saf-Aara, Tau Ghareeb
Zehmat-e-Roza Jo Karte Hain Gawara, Tau Ghareeb

If worship’s echoes ring in mosques, It is the poor who pray;
If any fasting’s hardship bear, It is the poor, today;


Naam Leta Hai Agar Koi Hamara, Tau Ghareeb
Pardah Rakhta Hai Agar Koi Tumhara, Tau Ghareeb

It is the humble and the poor who still my name esteem,
Theirs is the word, theirs is the deed, Yours the shame they redeem.


Umra Nasha-e-Doulat Mein Hain Ghafil Hum Se
Zinda Hai Millat-e-Baiza Ghurba Ke Dam Se

The rich are drunk with wine of wealth, their God they hardly know,
It is because the poor yet live That wells of Faith still flow.

Stanza (16)

Waaiz-e-Qoum Ki Woh Pukhta Khayali Na Rahi
Barq Taba’ee Na Rahi, Shaola Maqali Na Rahi

That judgment ripe is no more theirs who play your preachers’ role,
Nor kindling accents from their lips, reveal the flaming soul.


Reh Gyi Rasm-e-Azan, Rooh-e-Bilali Na Rahi
Falsafa Reh Gya, Talqeen-e-Ghazali Na Rahi

Azan yet sounds, but never now Like Bilal’s, soulfully;
Philosophy, conviction-less, Now mourns its Ghazzali,



Masjidain Marsiya Khawan Hain Ke Namazi Na Rahe
Yani Woh Sahib-e-Ausaf-e-Hijazi Na Rahe

Untrod by praying feet, the mosques lament their emptiness,
For gone are those exemplars great of Arab godliness

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Hoti Hai laakh ghamon ki dawa neend bhi !!
Hote hain aise gham bhi jo sone nahin detey !!
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Shaam se aankh main nami si hai,
Aaj phir aap ki kammi si hai..

barson hue tum kahin nahin ho
aaj aisa laga yahin kahin ho
mahsus hua ki baat ki hai
aur baat

The Beaver's Lesson

They sought it with thimbles, they sought it with care;
They pursued it wi

Kabhi iqraar kar geya kabhi inkaar kar geya,
Har baar ik naye azaab se dochaar kar geya,
Rasta bad


Akhiri Tis Azamane Ko
Ji To Chaha Tha Muskurane Ko

Yad Itni Bhi Sakht Jan To Nahin
Ik Gharaun

Akhtar-e-shaam ki aati hai Falak se awaaz,
Sajda karti hai Sahar jis ko wo hai aaj ki raat,
Reh ya

Mere dil me chope hoe raaz mangati hai
Wo pagali ! mujh se meri jaan mangati hai
Rakhtati hai hasa

Sari Raat Ki Jagi Aankhen College Me Kya Parhti Hongi
Khul Na Jaye Raz-E-Dil, Har Waqt Is Se Darti

Waqt Ne Beet Hi Jana Tha Aur
Waqt Gaya Hai Beet Ni Maye

Baqi Sary Rishte Jhoote
Sachi Teri Pare

Us Aik Dil Ki Khatir Tune Mujhe Chorh Diya
Aay Dil Doob K Marja

Bichre Huwon Ki Yaad Mein Ankhen Udaas Hain
Ae Subh e Eid Ghar Ko Sajaoon Tou Kis Tarhaa!

بچھ

Woh dushman-e-jaan, jaan se pyara bhi kabhi tha
Ab kiss se kahen koi hamara bhi kabhi tha

Utra h

Goongi Ho Gai Aaj Kuch Zaban Kehte Kehte
Hich-Kichaya Main Khud Ko Musalman Kehte Kehte

Yeh Baat

Aaj achanak teri yad ny rula diya
Kya karon tum ny jo mujhy bhula diya

Na karty wafa to na milti

Haqeeqat Se Bohat Door Thin Khawahishen Meri

Phir Bhi Khawahish Thi K Ek Khawab Haqeeqat Hota...

Mann Ki Doulat Hath Ati Hai To Phir Jati Nahin

Tann Ki Doulat Chaon Hai, Ata Hai Dhan Jata Hai Dh

DiL Mn Reh Kar
DiL Dukhaty Ho.....?
Apna Muqaam Dekho
0r Apny Kam Dekho.....

Qurb-e-jaanaN ka na maikhaane ka mausam aaya
Phir se be-sarfaa ujaR jaane ka mausam aaya

Kunj-

I come from a musical place
Where they shoot me for my song
And my brother has been tortured
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