Maine Rakha Hai Mohabbat

Lyrics by Javed Anwar

mai.n ne rakkhaa hai muhabbat apane afasaane kaa naam
tum bhii kuchh achchhaa saa rakh do apane diivaane kaa naam

Afsaana: Fiction, Legend, Romance, Tale, Story
Diivaana: Madman

kis qadar khuubasuurat hai tere diidaar kii duniyaa
merii nazaro.n kii jannat hai zulf-o-rukhasaar kii duniyaa
tumhe.n pahachaanaa hai, Kudaa ko samajhaa hai, Kudaa ko jaanaa hai

Qadar: Amount, Appreciation, Dignity, Honor, Magnitude, Merit, Quantity, Value, Worth
Diidaar: Sight, Interview, Appearance, Glimpse of her
Jannat: Eden, Garden, Heaven, Paradise
Zulf: Curl, Hair, Locks, Ringlet, Tress
Rukhsaar: Aspect, Cheek, Complexion, Face, Jowl
Pahachaannaa: Recongnize, Identify

dil pe tum haath jo rakh do merii taskiin ho jaae
jaaneman zi.ndagii merii kuchh to ra.ngiin ho jaae
nazar mil jaane do, qayaamat aatii hai, qayaamat aane do

Taskiin: Calming, Stilling, Tranquillizing, Soothing, Consolation, Comfort, Assurance, Peace Of Mind
Rangiin: Colored, Elegant, Flowery, Figurative, Lively, Ornamented, Ornate

ishq pe kya guzarti hai husn yeh raaz kyaa jaane
mere dil ke tadapne ka koi andaaz kya jaane
hai dil parvaane ka, koi hamse poochhe, mazaa jal jaane ka

Guzarna: Elapse, Expire
Husn: Attractiveness, Beauty, Elegance, Loveliness
Raaz: Mystery, Secret
Tadap: Yearning, Yen
Andaaz: Genre, Manner, Mode, Type, Style, Way
Parvaanah: Butterfly, Command, Moth, Licence, Lover, Pass, Permission Warrant, Written Order

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1 comment so far

  1. This one is great on

    Dear blogger,

    People usually keep poetry as the last fort to conquer in a new language. They are flat wrong.

    My experience in learning Hindi/Urdu, Bangla, Telugu and Kannada has proved that songs and poetry (with padachcheda as you offer here) is amazingly fast and sure way of learning a new language.

    This is great way of learning a language – provided there are accompanying MP3’s. Would you please choose any MP3 site and provide a link here?

    You are sure a genius.
    -Someone Somewhere


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