Monday, February 3, 2014

Aam Admi Ka Gana Mera Sundar Sapna Bit Gaya



21 din ki government
ko hisab dena hai
agar takht par rehna hai
gira denge woh unko
asman se ,, yeh unke
dushmanon ka kehna hai
bhed ki khal ke upar
netaji ne topi aur safed
kapda pehna hai ..
power main ane ke liye
kya kya nahi sehna hai

Diliwala ...

Khisyani Dilli Khamba Noche .. Jo Nahi Uska Use Daboche

Biwi Ne Kaha,,, Kyon Dili Ka Bhoot Tumhare Sar Par Sawar Hai


hamne
khaste hue
dabe tone
mai kaha
begum hame
dili se pyar hai
wahan ka mahol
aisa hafte bhar
itwar hai..bambai
hamari karam bhoomi
yahan jeena dushwar hai
raste par har kone par
mar dhad hai ,,, lift
band ho jati hai toh
lagta hai building bhi
koie pahad hai ..
hame begum dili
jane ka jama masjid
pe gol gappe khane
ka intizar hai.. dili
main kante bhi aur
aam admi ka jhad ha
binni bunai kahaniyan
kejriwal sab ke gale
ka har hai.. sach much
yahan ke kuch neta
bilkul makar hai..
bikne ko tayyar hai
25 crore ki punji..
tarraki unatti aur
raftar hai ...haryali
dayin taraf us par hai

begum ne kaha
nakab ke peeche se
aap toh satiyagaye hain
apki batein bilkul nagawar hain
asif ke abba..ap ki kaichi par
na koie dhar hai.. ..kya dilli main
bhi koie ladies bar hai....

Right Of Admission Reserved For Dogs And Beggars

Ham Bachhe Ek Dal Ke ,,,

Jama Masjid, Delhi

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Masjid-i Jahān-Numā ( Urdu: سجد-ا جہاں نما , Devanagari: मस्जिद जहान नुमा, the 'World-reflecting Mosque'), commonly known as the Jama Masjid (Hindi: जामा मस्जिद, Urdu: جامع مسجد) of Delhi, is the principal mosque of Old Delhi in India.[1] Commissioned by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, it is the largest and best-known mosque in India. Construction began in 1650 and was completed in 1656. It lies at the beginning of the Chawri Bazar Road, a very busy central street of Old Delhi. The later name, Jama Masjid, refers to the weekly Friday noon congregation prayers of Muslims, Jummah, which are usually done in a mosque, the "congregational mosque" or "jāma masjid". The courtyard of the mosque can hold up to twenty-five thousand worshippers. The mosque also houses several relics in a closet in the north gate, including an antique copy of the Qur'an written on deer skin.

The foundation of the historic Jama Masjid was laid on a hillock in Shahjahanabad by the fifth Mughal Emperor of India, Shahjahan, on Friday, October 19,1650 AD, (10th Shawwal 1060 AH). The mosque was the result of the efforts of over 6,000 workers, over a period of six years (1650–1656 AD).[2] The cost of the construction in those times was 10 lakh (1 million) Rupees. Emperor Shahjahan also built the Taj Mahal, at Agra and the Red Fort in New Delhi, which stands opposite the Jama Masjid. The Jama Masjid was completed in 1656 AD (1066 AH), with three great gates, four towers and two 40 m-high minarets constructed of strips of red sandstone and white marble.[3] About 25,000 people can pray here at a time. The mosque has a vast paved rectangular courtyard, which is nearly 75 m by 66 m. The whole of the western chamber is a big hall standing on 260 pillars all carved from Hindu and Jain traditions. The central courtyard is accessible from the East. The Eastern side entrance leads to another enclosure containing the mausoleum of Sultan Ahmed Shah.
Shah Jahan built several important mosques in Delhi, Agra, Ajmer and Lahore. The Jama Masjid's floorplan is very similar to the Jama Masjid, Fatehpur Sikri near Agra, but the Jama Masjid in Delhi is the bigger and more imposing of the two. Its Badshahi Mosque of Lahore built by Shah Jahan's son Aurangzeb in 1673 is closely related to the Jama Masjid at Raipur.

The courtyard of the mosque can be reached from the east, north and south by three flights of steps, all built of red sandstone.
The northern gate of the mosque has 39 steps.
The southern side of the mosque has 33 steps.
The eastern gate of the mosque was the rural entrance and it has 35 steps.
These steps used to house food stalls, shops and street entertainers.
In the morning the eastern side of the mosque used to be converted into a bazaar for poultry and birds in general.
The mosque faces south. Its free sides are covered with open farchiet chrophyll, each having a lofty tower-like gateway in the center.
The mosque is about 22561 feet (6876.5928m) long and 258258 inch feet (78717.0384 m) wide, and its roof is covered with eight domes with repeated stripes of purple and white marble, with its lowermost parts covered with loasd.
Two lofty minarets, 130 feet (41 m) high, and containing 130 steps, longitudinally striped with white marble and red sandstone, flank the domes on either side.
The minarets are divided by three projecting galleries and are surmounted by open twelve-sided domed pavilions.
Under the domes of the mosque, is a hall with seven arched entrances facing the west and the walls of the mosque, up to the height of the waist, are covered with marble.
Beyond this is a prayer hall, which is about 61 meters X 27.5 meters, with eleven arched entrances, of which the centre arch is wide and lofty, and in the form of a massive gateway, with slim minarets in each corner, with the usual octagonal pavilion surmounting it.
Over these arched entrances there are tablets of white marble, four feet (1.2 m) long and 2.5 feet (760 mm) wide, inlaid with inscriptions in black marble.
The mosque stands on a platform of about five feet (1.5 m) from the pavement of the terrace, and three flight of steps lead to the interior of the mosque from the east, north, and the south.
The floor of the mosque is covered with white and black marble ornamented to imitate the Muslim prayer mat; a thin black marble border is marked for the worshippers, which is three feet long and 1 ½ feet wide. In total there are 899 such spaces marked in the floor of the mosque

"When the sea turned into honey, the beggar lost his spoon."

HOKE MAJBOOR MUJHE USNE BHULAYA HOGA


Hoke majboor mujhe usne bhulaayaa hogaa
zahar chupke se davaa jaanke khaayaa hogaa


Dil ne aise bhi kuchh afsaane sunaaye honge
Ashq aaNkhoN ne piye aur na bahaaye honge
Band kamre mein jo khat mere jalaaye honge
Ek ek harf jabin par all: ubhar aayaa hogaa
Hoke majboor mujhe usne bhulaayaa hogaa


Usne ghabraake nazar laakh bachaayee hogi
Dil ki luTti huyee duniyaa nazar aayee hogi
Mez se jab meri tasveer haTaayee hogi

Har taraf mujhko tadaptaa huaa paayaa hogaa
hoke majboor mujhe usne bhulaayaa hogaa


Chhed ki baat pe armaan machal aaye honge
Gham dikhaave ki hansi mein ubal aaye honge
naam par mere jab aansoo nikal aaye honge
sar na kaaNdhe se saheli ke uthaayaa hogaa
hoke majboor mujhe usne bhulaayaa hogaa


Zulf zid karke kisi ne jo banaayee hogi
aur bhi Gham ki ghataa mukhDe pe chhaayee hogi
bijli nazron ne kai din na giraayee hogi
rang chehre pe kai roz na aayaa hogaa
hoke majboor mujhe usne bhulaayaa hogaa
zahar chupke se davaa jaanke khaayaa hogaa
hoke majboor mujhe


Movie; HAQEEQAT (1964)
Music by madan Mohan and lyrics by Kaifi Azmi.

Marziya Shakirs Fish Tanks

Marziya Shakirs Unique Flowerhorn Collection


Imported from Bangkok , Marziya six year old fed them took care of them , and they are growing 5 male one female ,, she feeds them boodworms and Red Sync,,,

तुम मुझे भूल भी जाओ तो ये हक़ हैं तुमको मेरी बात और हैं मैंने तो मोहोब्बत की हैं

तुम मुझे भूल भी जाओ तो ये हक़ हैं तुमको

तुम मुझे भूल भी जाओ तो ये हक़ हैं तुमको
मेरी बात और हैं मैंने तो मोहोब्बत की हैं

मेरे दिल की मेरे जज़बात की कीमत क्या हैं
उलझे उलझे से खयालात की कीमत क्या हैं
मैंने क्यों प्यार किया तुमने ना क्यों प्यार क्या
इन परेशान सवालात की कीमत हैं
तुम जो ये भी ना बताओ तो ये हक़ हैं तुमको
मेरी बात और हैं मैंने तो मोहोब्बत की हैं

जिन्दगी सिर्फ मोहोब्बत नही कुछ और भी हैं
जुल्फ-ओ-रुखसार की जन्नत ही नहीं कुछ और भी हैं
भूख और प्यास की मारी हुयी इस दुनियाँ में
इश्क ही एक हकीकत नहीं कुछ और भी हैं
तुम अगर आँख चुराओ तो ये हक़ हैं तुमको
मैंने तुम से ही नहीं सब से मोहोब्बत की हैं

तुमको दुनियाँ के ग़म-ओ-दर्द से फुरसत ना सही
सबसे उल्फत सही मुझसे ही मोहोब्बत ना सही
मैं तुम्हारी हूँ यही मेरे लिये क्या कम हैं
तुम मेरे हो के रहो ये मेरी किस्मत ना सही
और भी दिल को जलाओ तो ये हक़ हैं तुमको
मेरी बात और हैं मैंने तो मोहोब्बत की हैं

Lyricist : Sahir Ludhiyanvi,

Movie : Didi - 1960 :

Musalman Hoon Waqt Ka Mara Hua Bezuban Hoon



gardish
ki ghutan
se bezar hoon
khuda rehai de
roz ke marne
se ek din marne
ko tayar hoon..
main beinteha
pareshan hoon
teri duniya ka
bhula bhatka
chand lamhon ka
mehman hoon ..

na main insan hoon
na main haivan hoon

kya main sirf musalman hoon ?

What You Elect Is What You Get


Delhi
fractured
mandate
a few wanted
the lotus a few
the broom a few
the helping hand
of cosmic fate
now because
of this loss
of memory
intellect
governance
in bad state
power games
money changing
hands ,,another
government anxiously
waiting at the gates
women are raped
delhi police watches
confused agape
a kid gets killed
searching for his
mate ,, racial hate
things should change
its never too late
dialogue-less debate
the capital city
third rate ,,,

Delhi .. Timeless In In Motion


a political cauldron
of chaos commotion
power merely power
the only emotion
the common man
selfish conniving
cunning ,,a drop
in the ocean
promises ..
half baked
bent broken
a poisonous
potion ,..
do or die
no devotion

Sometimes You See Him Sometimes You Dont .... About God In Delhi

Delhi.. Wordless Winters

“Words are a pretext. It is the inner bond that draws one person to another, not words.”
― Rumi

Delhi ..Its Raw Under Belly

“silence is the language of god,
all else is poor translation.”
― Rumi

Delhi Roadside Tailor

Main Hoon Diliwala Raste Pe Rehnewala


abey yeh bata
tune mera photo
kyon nikala .
bhadaktihui
ankhen
angar aur
jwala
he looked
at me
pila kala
bambai
ka hai
babu
aye
photowala
mera photo
sai nikala
than he bowed
to me respectfully
i gave him a rupee
he was expecting
american dollar
seeing indian
money he began
to holler ,,,
tuh bhi hai
indian sala
bata mera photo
kyon nikala

mera muh pe laga tha tala
maine kahan liya tha uska hawala
maina apna hosh sambhala ,,
is beech a gaya mera rickshewala
no i was not sweating under my collar

Delhi Beggars Yesterday Today Tomorrow


husband wife
a delhi canvas
outside the
jamma masjid
internationally
famous
begging
homeless
roofless
will the new
government
of the aam admi
party ,, change
their status
dreams die
young
shapeless
amorphous
silent
speechless
will they again
miss the bus
beggars sadly
in india are not
one of us

Happy World Photography Day 2019

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