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Friday, 22 September 2017
Kalam e Mirza Ghalib Hooey Marr Ke Hum Jo Rusava, Hooey Kyon Na Gharq-E-Dariya Na Kabhi Janaza Uthata, Na Kaheen Mazaar Hota Ye Naa Thi Hamaari Qismat Ke Visaal e Yaar Hota Agar Aur Jeetay Rehtey Yahi Intezar Hota If we die in oblivion, if die drowning in river We wont have a funeral, neither a shrine anywhere It was never my destiny to meet my beloved. Even I had more years of life, I would have been still awaiting for beloved. Ye Naa Thi Hamaari Qismat remains of the most popular ghazals of Mirza Ghalib, because of its very simple Urdu verses [yet with deep meaning]. Another reasons for popularity is the exceptional singing of Jagjit and Chitra Singh in Mirza Ghalib which touched millions of poetry lovers across the world. Download this gem in MP3 below. http://ift.tt/2wCVIb8 #ghalib
Thursday, 21 September 2017
Today is Noor Jehan's 91st Birthday Anniversary as honoured by Google Pakistan in this Doodle. Famed for her exceptional vocal quality, Noor Jehan renowned as Malka-Taranum (Queen of Melody), has some excellent Sufi and Punjabi songs to her credit also. Born in Kasur as ‘Allah Rakhi Wasai’, she became the undisputed Queen of Lollywood playback singing and will always remain so. Download the best Sufi Music of Noor Jehan including Allama Iqbal's Shikwa and Har Lahza Momin Ki Nayee Aaan at http://ift.tt/2hhpg7h #noorjehan
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Wednesday, 20 September 2017
Hazrat Baba Bulleh Shah R.A Noor Nabi ka haq se jari, Noor Muhammad "Sallallah" Bulleh Shah di dhoom machi hai, "LA Ilaha illlallah" Translation : The light of the Prophet proceeded from God, the light of Muhammad, may God’s blessing be upon him. Bullha, the fame of the lord is loudly proclaimed: There is no god but God......
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Monday, 18 September 2017
shq pawaaiyaan zanjeeraan Sakoon chuṭya e ishq de teeraan Kapde leeraan haal faqeeraan Ishq pawaaiyaan zanjeeraan.......... Translation: Love has put fetters on our feet Love’s sharp arrows have pierced us through Now we’ve lost all sense of self, our clothes in tatters, our state piteous Love has put fetters on our feet........
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Saturday, 16 September 2017
In Javid Nama in the course of their celestial pilgrimage Rumi and Iqbal meet the spirit of Mansoor Hallaj in the sphere of Jupiter. Here Hallaj sings the song: “Seek from your own day a fire as yet unseen To borrow fire from another is unworthy of you He who is yet unslain belongs not to our tribe." Iqbal puts Hallaj the question as to why he did not stay in the Jannat [paradise]. Hallaj replies: "The free man who knows good and evil, His spirit cannot be contained in paradise. The paradise of the Mullah is wine, houris, and pageboys, The paradise of free men is eternal voyaging. The mullah's paradise is eating and sleeping and drinking. The lover's paradise is the contemplation of Being. The mullah's resurrection is the splitting of the tomb and the trumpet's blast. For free man tumultuous love is itself the dawn of resurrection". Read more about meeting of Iqbal and Mansoor Aljaaj in Javed Nama at http://ift.tt/2x9RZ3e #allamaiqbal #sufism
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