hotsoft2 on Saturday, February 09, 2013
Although this ghazal is attributed to sir Pankaj Udhas, but to me it's a great product of 6 peoples. They equally deserve the appreciation and attribution of this superb product
The Singer: great, great great
The Poet: unprecedented imagination in this poetry
The man on Tabla: full command of his work throughout
The oldman on ?? organ: This man is genius, see his wonder from 2.52 to 3.10
The man on Flute (amazing, magic from 4- 4.20)
The man on the Violin: producing great tunes
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DonMughalGG on Wednesday, June 24, 2009
Best lines which shows a strong lover of wine and his partner.
"usake dar se utha to kidhar jaaunga maikada chhod dunga to main marr jaaunga
sakht mushkil mein hoon kya karu ai khuda
ek taraf usaka ghar ek taraf maikada
zindagi ek hai aur talabgar do jaan akeli magar jaan ke haqdaar do
dil bata pehele kiska karu hak ada
ek taraf usaka ghar ek taraf maikada"
A person who is in dilemma whether he leaves his partner or wine habit. If i had to choose i will choose wine.
mansonstinger on Thursday, January 15, 2009
''I drank the intoxicating drink from your eyes,
in such a way that i could not vouch for myself being sober ever again...never could i,
others must have died, but i have found life after looking into your eyes,
O sorrows of life, guide me to the right place,
on one side is her house & on the other is the bar...
i dont know where to go, just cant decide,
on one side is her house & on the other is the bar...''
will post the following paragrapgs in the next mail
gad dgetav on Thursday, October 08, 2009
I always thought the reference to the tempation of wine in this and other
qawali's was a metophor for any vice in life? Be it cheating in love,
straying from religion or morals in general. Hence why the singer(s) are
always able to express the dilema as we have all experienced a temptation
to one or other vice some time in life. Or is that literal that it is has
more reverence to the sharaabi's?!!