Raushan Jamaal-e-Yaar Se Hai



Lyrics by Hasrat Mohani

raushan jamaal-e-yaar se
hai anjuman tamaam

dahakaa huaa hai aatish-e-gul se chaman tamaam

Raushan: Light, Illuminated, Bright, Clear,
Splendid

Jamaal: Beauty, Elegance, Loveliness

Yaar: Beloved Fellow, Friend, Lover, Companion

Anjuman: Assembly Association,
Company,Consortium, Council, Gathering, Group, Meeting,
Organisation, Party

Tamaam: All, Complete, End, Entire, Finish,
Perfect, Total, Whole

Dahak: Burning, blazing, conflagration; glow;
ardour, fervency, fervour

Aatish: Fire, Flame, Ember

Gul: Rose, Flower, Ornament, Brand

Chaman: Flower Garden, Flower Bed, A Blooming or
Flourishing Place



hairat Guruur-e-husn se shoKhii se iztaraab

dil ne bhii tere siikh liye hai.n chalan tamaam

Hairat: Surprise, Amazement, Wonder

Guruur: Pride

ShoKhii: Coquetry, Mischief, Restlessness

Iztaraab: Anxiety, Chargin, Commotion,
Disturbance, Distraction, Perturbation, Restlessness,
Vexation

Chalan: Habit, Style

allaah re jism-e-yaar kii Khuubii ke Khud-ba-Khud

ra.ngiiniyo.n me.n Duub gayaa pairaahan tamaam

Jism: Body

Khuubii: Beauty, Goodness

Khud-ba-Khud: All By Oneself Automatically

Pairaahan: Dress, Shirt, Robe, Cloth

dekho to chashm-e-yaar kii jaaduu nigaahiyaa.N

behosh ik nazar me.n hu_ii anjuman tamaam

Chashm: Eyes

Jaaduu: Charm, Conjuring, Effect Of Evil Spirits,
Enchantment, Magic, Witchcraft

Nigaahiyaan: Glances

Be-Hosh: Unconscious

sheereen yeh naseem hai soz-o-gudaaz-e-Miir

hasrat tere sukhan pe hai lutf-e-sukhan tamaam

Sheereen: Sweet

Naseeem: Gentle Breeze, Zephyr

Soz: Burning, Heat, Passion, Vexation

Gudaaz: Well-Mixed

Miir: A reference to the poet Miir-Taqi-Meer (?)

Hasrat: Desire, Intense Sorrow, Longing, Regret,
Wish, Yearning

Sukhan: Affair, Business, Eloquence, Speech,
Words

Lutf: Benignity, Enjoyment, Favor, Grace, Joy,
Kindness, Pleasure, Taste, Wit

Har Aan Sitam Dhaaye Hain




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information

har aan sitam dhaaye hain kya jaaniye kya
ho

dil gham se bhi ghabraayen hain kya jaaniye kya ho

Aan: Moment

Sitam: Cruelty, Injustice, Oppression Tyranny,
Torment, Torture, Violence

Dhaana: A strong pull, tug, heave, strain;
vigorous and determined effort; staying overlong

Ghabraana: Bewilder, Jittery, To Be Agitated

kya gair ko dhoonde ke tere kooche mein har ek
apna sa nazar aaye hain kya jaaniye kya ho

Gair: Rival, Stranger

Dhoondhnaa: Look For, Trace, Track

Koocha: A Narrow Street, Lane

aankhon ko nahin raas kisi yaad ka aansoo

tham-tham ke dhalak jaaye hain kya jaaniye kya ho

Raas: Acme, Agreeable, Like, Suitable

Aansoo: Tears

Thamna: To stop

Tham-Tham ke: To stop and start, in bursts

Dhalakna: Roll, Tilt

duniye se nirale hain teri bazm ke dastoor
jo aaye so pachhtaaye hain kya jaaniye kya ho

Niraala: Separate, parted, apart; retired,
lonely, private; distinct; different;—strange, foreign

Bazm: Meeting, Assembly, Company (At A Feast Or
Entertainment), Gathering, Party

Dastoor: Custom, Law, Manner, Rule, Usage

Pachhtaanaa: Regret, Repent, Suffer

What is Poetry?

What is Poetry?

Meaning of the word Poetry:

Poetry is a
word of Greek origin. It comes from a verb with means “to
make, to create”. A poem is “something made or created”. The
poet is the creator and language is the material out of
which s/he creates his/her work of art.

Origins:

The precise origins of poetry are unknown. It is a very
ancient art which was born as an oral form and accompanied
by simple music and dance. it expressed what people regarded
as meaningful and memorable in their lives: natural
disaster, births and deaths, brave actions, dangerous
enemies, battles, etc.


It was often part of religious rites. Poets and listeners
enjoyed playing with words, choosing and arranging them to
produce music and meaning
.

What a poem is:

Today poems exist in printed form, but the careful choice
and arrangement of words still account for the unique
quality of poetry.

Like other literary works poetry is made up of words. But
what is special about poetry? How is reading poetry
different from reading prose? A good start to answering the
question is to consider what poetry is concerned with:
poems.

A poem is a self-contained text, which makes sense as it
stands. It differs from prose most obviously because it is
written in lines whose length is decided by the author, not
the printer.


How the poem looks on the page, its visual
lay-out
, is as important as its sound
quality. A poem makes intense use of
language,
which results in a fare greater concentration of meaning
than is commonly found in prose.

Guidelines for reading Poetry:

In approaching a poem, you can ask the text some simple
questions which should help you to understand it:

- What is the poem about?

- Who is the voice speaking in the poem?

- To whom is the poem addressed?

- How is the poem written?

- Why has the poem been written?

Then… just enjoy it:)

Emily Dickinson – A light exists in Spring



A light exists in spring
Not present on the year
At any other period.
When March is scarcely here

A color stands abroad
On solitary hills
That science cannot overtake,
But human naturefeels.

It waits upon the lawn;
It shows the furthest tree
Upon the furthest slope we know;
It almost speaks to me.

Then, as horizons step,
Or noons report away,
Without the formula of sound,
It passes, and we stay:

A quality of loss
Affecting our content,
As trade had suddenly encroached
Upon a sacrament.

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