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suna hai us ne KHizan ko bahaar karna hai

suna hai us ne KHizan ko bahaar karna hai
ye jhuT to hai magar e'tibar karna hai
ye aur baat mulaqat ho na ho lekin
qayamaton ka hamein intizar karna hai
mohabbaton ko bhi us ne KHata qarar diya
magar ye jurm hamein bar bar karna hai
har ek bar ye socha ki ab ki bar us ne
na jaane kaun sa Dhang iKHtiyar karna hai
tum apna chand KHushi se tamam shab dekho
hamara kaam sitare shumar karna hai

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Kya Kahun Tum Se Main Ke Kya Hai Ishq
Jaan Ka Rog Hai Bala Hai Ishq

Ishq Hi Ishq Hai Jahaan Dekh

Udasiyon Se Wabasta Hai Yeh Zindagi Meri WASI
Khuda Gawaah Hai K Phir Bhi Tujhe Yaad Karte Hain

Haath rakh ke mere seenay pe, jigar thaam liya,
Tum ne is waqt to girta hua ghar thaam liya..

Mujh Pe Ye Mohabbat Ka Jo ILzaam Laga Hai.
Alag Nahi Ye Marz Bohat Aam Laga Hai.

Raah0n Mein T

Aik mAshwArA chAhiye thA,
Dil torA hY ik bewAfA nY,
Ab jAAn dun yA jAneY dun..?

Following are several translations
of the 'Old Pond' poem, which may be
the most famous of all hai

It was a long time ago.
I have almost forgotten my dream.
But it was there then,
In front of me,

Bil-Aakhir Ye Haseen Manzar Mita Dena Hi Parta Hai,
Kisi K Sar Ko Shaaney Se Hata Dena Hi Parta Ha

hazar jaan se sahab nisar hum bhi hain
tumhaari tir-e-nigah ke shikar hum bhi hain
azal se daKHi

Now, listen to me, folks...
Hear what I say.
You got to eat oysters everyday
They'll put your

I am the Most Wise Baviaan, saying in Most wise tones,
"Let us melt into the landscape -- just us t

Imaan Mujhey Rokey Hain Jo Kheechey Hai Mujhey Kufr

Kaba Merey Peechey Hai, Kaleesa Merey Aagey

Titlee jo ek mujh ko mili thi kitaab main
Woh apna aks chore gayi mere khuwaab main

Ab tak woh m

Kuch Nafratoun Ka Samaan Liye Pherta Hun
Dil Par Hay Bojh Ju Liye Pherta Hun
Pas E Deewar Jsy Hu K

IF all the gentlest-hearted friends I know
Concentred in one heart their gentleness,
That still gr

Ain't no use as I can see
In sittin' underneath a tree
An' growlin' that your luck is bad,
An' t

Hansi ko main sun ek bar chonk utha ?Faraz?
Yah mujh main dukh chhupaane ka kamaal kaisey aa gaya!!

Sehraa K Samandar Pe Pyasa Khara Tha Main

Phir Teri Yaad K Ashkon Ne Honton Ko Choo Lia...

Tell me, o muse, of that ingenious hero who travelled far and wide
after he had sacked the famous t

ایک پل میں زندگی بھر کی اداسی دے گیا
وہ جدا ہوتے ہوئے کچ

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