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Meena Kumari, Bharat BhushanDard Bhare Geet
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Lyrics of Mohe Bhul Gaye Sanwariya - मोहे भूल गये साँवरिया
jo mai aisa jaanti ke prit kiye dukh hoy
o, nagar dhidhora pitti ke prit na kariyo koy

mohe bhul gaye sanwariya, bhul gaye sanwariya
mohe bhul gaye sanwariya, bhul gaye sanwariya
aavan kah gaye, ajhu na aaye
aavan kah gaye, ajhu na aaye, lini na mori khabriya
mohe bhul gaye sanwariya, bhul gaye sanwariya

dil ko diye kyo dukh birha ke
tod diya kyo mahal bana ke
dil ko diye kyo dukh birha ke
tod diya kyo mahal bana ke
aas dila ke o bedardi
aas dila ke o bedardi pher li kaahe najriya
mohe bhul gaye sanwariya, bhul gaye sanwariya

nain kahe ro-ro ke sajna
dekh chuke ham pyaar ka sapna
nain kahe ro-ro ke sajna
dekh chuke ham pyaar ka sapna
prit hai jhuti, pritam jhuta
prit hai jhuti, pritam jhuta jhuti hai saari nagriya
mohe bhul gaye sanwariya, bhul gaye sanwariya
lyrics of song Mohe Bhul Gaye Sanwariya
Comments on song "Mohe Bhul Gaye Sanwariya"
Odysseus on Saturday, August 09, 2008
There isn't much difference between urdu and hindi: they are basically like
two dialects of the same language. in fact rajasthani or harianvi is more
different from hindi than urdu is from hindi; although surprisingly the
first two are considered dialects of hindi. Hindi and Urdu has almost
identical grammar, they only differ in the vocabulary. Urdu uses a lot more
Persian and Arabic words.
kqs92 on Monday, July 21, 2008
I do am reading between the lines, what you seem to be pointing at, by reciting these lines of Urdu language literature, but the sad thing is that you two won´t be able to solve your argument just by such gimmicks. I just advocated the cause by simply translating it. Almost all languages, more or less, are having similar expressions for more than one meaning.
kuckudk on Monday, July 21, 2008
you did not notice the comments given by poissondelamer on this beautiful
hindi song.He is very proud of his love for URDU but doesnot seem to be
having reasonable knowledge of URDU. you check all his comments on this
song. i had asked him to tell me the meaning of this couplet to check his
knowledge of urdu.
Deb Mukherji on Tuesday, August 31, 2010
this song is based on the raag "Bhairon", which is supposed to be a raag
for dawn. It required the genius and daring of the great Naushad to use it
in an evening setting in this movie. We can only wonder at his brilliance
kqs92 on Sunday, July 20, 2008
Dast: Haath
Humne apne yaar ko haath se khaana khilaya
I fed my beloved food with my hand.
Pyas: thurst
Pesh: to offer
Aab:water
When he got thursty, I offered my beloved water.
Whats the big deal about it?