Tu Na Jaane Aas Pass Hai Khuda: Really A Beautiful Song

Song: Tu na jaane aas paas hai Khuda
Movie: Anjaana Anjani
Singer: Rahat Fatah Ali Khan

Lyrics
Dhundhla jaayein jo manzilein
Ik pal ko tu nazar jhuka
Jhuk jaaye sar jahan wahi
Milta hai rab ka raasta
Teri kismat tu badal de
Rakh himmat bus chal de
Tere saathi mere kadmon ke hain nishaan
Tu na jaane aas pass hai khuda
tu na jaane aas paas hai khuda

Tu na jaane aas pass hai khuda
tu na jaane aas paas hai khuda

Khud pe daal tu nazar
Haalaton se haar kar
Kahan chala re
Haath ki lakeer ko
Modhta marodta
Hai hausla re
Toh khud tere khwabon ke rang mein
Tu apne jahan ko bhi rang de
Ke chalta hoon mein tere sang mein
Ho shaam bhi toh kya
Jab hoga andhera
Tab paayega dar mera
Uss dar pe phir hogi teri subah

Tu na jaane aas pass hai khuda
Tu na jaane aas pass hai khuda

Tu na jaane aas pass hai khuda
Tu na jaane aas pass hai khuda
Mitt jaate hain sabke nishaan
Bas ek woh mitt ta nahin hai haye
Maan le jo har mushkil ko marzi meri haye
Ho humsafar na tera jab koi
Tu ho jahan rahunga mein wahi
Tujhse kabhi na ik pal bhi mein judaa
Tu na jaane aas pass hai khuda

Wish You a Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!
Merry Christmas!

Take the burden of care with love, spread the flame of love with ease and enjoy the care with warmth.

Wish you a merry Christmas!

Saanware: Magically Divine Song

Saanware tore bin jiyaa jaaye na…

Movie: Bandit Queen, 1995
Sung by: Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan & Humera Chana
Music by: Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
Written by: Riaz-ur-Rehman Sushir, Ayub Anwar

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Lyrics:

Saanware tore bin jiyaa jaaye naa..
jaluun tere pyaar mein
karuun intazaar teraa
kisii se kahaa jaaye naa
saanware tore bin jiyaa jaaye naa…

Dhuundhe meri preet re
tuu hai kahaan miit re
aansuu bane geet re
aahen sangeet re
saanware tore bin jiyaa jaaye naa…

Yaad tihaarii moraa man tadapaaye
saari rainaa neend na aaye

Birahaa ki maari dekhuun raah tihaari
do nainon ke deep jalaaye
jaluun tere pyaar mein
karuun intazaar teraa
kisii se kahaa jaaye naa
saanware tore bin jiyaa jaaye naa…

Dhuundhe meri preet re
tuu hai kahaaN meet re
aansuu bane geet re
aahein sangeet re
saanware tore bin jiyaa jaaye naa….

Duub chale meri aas ke taare
kaise pahuunchuun pii ke dwaare

Toot gaye sab sang sahaare
bole naiyaa duur kinaare
jaluun tere pyaar mein
karuun intazaar teraa
kisii se kahaa jaaye naa
saanware tore bin jiyaa jaaye naa…

Dhuundhe meri preet re
tuu hai kahaan meet re
aansuu bane giit re
aahein sangeet re
saanware…

Mohan kay rang mey…

Murali Manohar
Murali Manohar
Universe in Krishna
Universe in Krishna
Natkhat Nand Lal
Natkhat Nand Lal
Maakhan Chor
Maakhan Chor
Manohar
Manohar
Radhe Krishna
Radhe Krishna
Manmohan
Manmohan
Sarathi
Sarathi
Shankhnaad
Shankhnaad
Viraat Swaroop
Viraat Swaroop

Taj Mahal: The Marvel of India

Taj Mahal, Agra, India

As we know, Taj Mahal made to the list of New Seven Wonders earlier and remains one of the most loved tourist spots in the world. This marble today stands as the marvel of India. We as Indians are proud to have such a beauty in our country.

Proud Passions of an Emperor's Love
Proud Passions of an Emperors Love

The story of Taj Mahal begun from the time when Mogul Emperor Shah Jahan married second time to a girl selling bangles in the market. This young girl called Arzuman Banu Begam came to be known as Mumtaz Mahal. Married in 1612, she breathed her last in 1631 giving birth to her 14th child, a daughter named Gauhara Begum. So grief stricken was the Shah that he withdrew from the public eye for a year and when he emerged at the end of that time, although still a young at 40, his hair had turned white and he appeared as an old man.

Shah Jehan went ahead and erected an immortal tribute in the form of the most magnificent tomb in the world. It would take 23 years to be completed. Twenty thousand people were deployed to work on it. The material was brought in from all over India and central Asia and it took a fleet of 1000 elephants to transport it to the site. It was designed by the Iranian architect Ustad Isa and it is best appreciated when the architecture and its adornments are linked to the passion that inspired it. It is a “symbol of eternal love“.

The Marvel of India
The Marvel of India

The Taj Mahal, built entirely of white marble, uses an architectural design known as interlocking arabesque. Each element of the structure can stand on its own and integrate with the main structure. The central dome, called the Taj, is 58 feet in diameter and 213 feet high. The marble walls inside the dome are covered with intricate mosaic patterns and precious stones. Within the dome lies the jewel-inlaid tomb of the queen. The only asymmetrical object in the Taj Mahal is the casket of the emperor. (After stealing the throne, Shah Jehan’s son imprisoned him for 8 years. When Shah Jehan died, he was buried in the Taj beside his beloved Mumtaz.)

Symbol of Eternal Love
Symbol of Eternal Love

Four domed chambers surround the Taj. The main archways are chiseled with passages from the Holy Quran. The mausoleum is part of a vast complex with a main gateway, garden, mosque, guesthouse and several other palatial buildings. A large garden is divided at the center by four reflecting pools. Like the Taj, the garden elements follow the Arabesque concept, standing on their own and constituting the whole.

One of the most intriguing aspects of the Taj Mahal is the magical quality of its changing colours. The Yamuna River behind the Taj reflects light onto the white marble. Depending on the hour of the day or the season, the colours of the Taj are different. The best time to view its stunning beauty is at dawn or sunset.

Crown of the Palace
Crown of the Palace

The origin of the name Taj Mahal has never been clearly documented. Court histories from Shah Jehan’s reign refer to it as the rauza (tomb) of Mumtaz Mahal. It’s generally believed that Taj Mahal, usually translated “Crown of the Palace“, is an abbreviated version of the name Mumtaz Mahal, which means “Exalted One of the Palace“.

There are many contemporary (and some might say, unromantic) historians who contend that the Taj Mahal is a mausoleum far too great to commemorate the memory of one woman, even if she was the favourite wife of an emperor. These historians believe that the Taj Mahal symbolizes the tyranny of a powerful ruler exploiting his subjects and flaunting his magnificence to the world.

Immortal Tribute
Immortal Tribute

Whether the Taj Mahal symbolizes eternal love, an emperor’s power or a little of both, Shah Jehan deserves credit for turning the death of his wife into a symbol of lasting beauty. He bequeathed India and the world its most beautiful mausoleum. As English poet, Sir Edwin Arnold wrote, “The Taj Mahal is not a piece of architecture, as other buildings are, but the proud passions of an emperor’s love wrought in living stones.