Wednesday, October 14, 2009


आज फिर मुझको उसकी याद दिला दी बारिश ने
दिल में जो भूल की आग थी वो बुझा दी बारिश ने
मैं तो तनहा था अपने घर में ज़माने से परे
मगर मेरे घर की दीवार गिरा दी बारिश ने

उस के जिकर से हो गई मेरी आंखें नम
मगर दोस्तों में सारी बात छुपा दी बारिश ने

सुना है, रोया है आज वो भी बोहात
लगता है उसको मेरी याद दिला दी बारिश ने

वो बेवफा हुआ तो फिर क्या हुआ
आज मेरे साथ रो कर वफा निभा दी बारिश ने


Thursday, October 1, 2009

Indian Cricket Team- At a Glance

No need to guess the person who when starts batting, everyone stops other activity and watches it delightfully. No need to guess the person whom the world calls "Master Blaster", who absolutely destroyed many and have set his own records those others, can only imagine of! and what he does...leave all the fans in disapointment giving his wicket as a gift at most cruicial stage of match.

History has seen Sachin's some greatest innings, however, history has also saw that when India needed him the most he showed his back. Once the opposition target reaches 300+ its bound that he will go back soon. Do you think that we need a player with most number of runs under his belt but who plays only for himself not for country because whats the use of so many runs when you cannot win a match for us at crucial time. History has seen some great batsman like Bradman, it was a dream for bowlers to get him out.. but every new bowler is getting so lucky that he takes Tendulkar's wicket without any problem...........

Yusuf Pathan-- Player who rose up from T20 cricket showing a lot of belief, however the other side of coin is that he plays only for Shilpa Shetty and Rajasthan Royals.
Whenever, India needs him he shows his back chewing a gum....

Harbhajan Singh: No doubt a legend and match winner bowler for India. But, he should know his limitations, he is a bowler. In match against pakistan, he considered his wicket more important than Rahul Dravid's wicket and got him run out as if he won a match for us....

MS Dhoni: The kind of changes he does with his hairstyle, if the same chenges he does on field, it might get better for India.He blamed bowlers for loosing match against pakistan, as if his batsman have done a wonderful job on the field.

I am just writing this so that people should support other sports where all our players are making us proud. Please support the cause, stop fake appreciation of crickets, show them the positions. Let them win the World Cup for us next year and we will praise them.... but please let them perform and then appreciate them.....


Tuesday, September 1, 2009

India Lifts Nehru Cup

New Delhi, Aug 31 Goalkeeper Subrata Paul shouldered India to a sensational 6-5 victory in a shootout over Syria and retain the ONGC Nehru football Cup, they won in 2007, at an overflowing Ambedkar Stadium Mnnday night.
Paul in an amazing display of reflexes and anticipation saved three spot kicks in the tie-breaker after the two teams failed to score in regulation time and scored once each in the dying minutes of extra time. Man-of-the-Match Paul, who had an outstanding tournament, blocked shots from Wael Ayan, Ahmad Haj Muhmad and Hamzeh Alattouni. Already we have news regarding the same, however, I would like to put my point which i feel below. This is just another in series for my last blog for Marry Kom Boxer...

Its very good that our dying football in India has started coming up as we have also qualified to play in Asia Championship. However, there was no hype in the media regarding the same. Rather the news channels were showing news that cricketer Harbhajan Singh fined for INR 3000 for driving his Hummer without number plate.
Our cricketers even if they eat something comes in limelight, but our other sportsmen still struggle after playing for India....

Is everyone still see only cricket as our sport. Wake Up guys, support other upcoming sports. Only sports like football, badminton, boxing etc.. can win as an Olympic Medal not cricket.
Atleast, I will only support Indian cricket team now if they win us a World Cup. Are you guys with me.


Talaash(In Search Of Love)

Main talashtaa hu apne yaar ko, Kahi to hoga,
koi to hoga, Jo pukarta hoga mere naam ko,
In waadiyo se puchta hu, Uske ghar ka pataa,
Koi to hai is jahaan me,
Jo mujhe bhi dhoondhta hoga apni yaadon me.
Main talashtaa hu apne pyaar ko,
Main talashtaa hu apne yaar ko,
Koi to hai jo karta hoga mera intezaar,
Koi to hai jo hoga bekaraar,
Koi to hai jo samajhta hoga yeh khaamoshiya,
Jiska dil bhi dhadakta hoga mere dil ke saath,
Main talashtaa hu apne pyaar ko,
Main talashtaa hu apne yaar ko,
Wo manzil bhi mujhe pukaarti hogi,
Wo raaste bhi muje dekhte honge,
Koi to hai, jinki baahon ko Hoga sirf mera intezaar,
Main talashtaa hu apne pyaar ko,
Main talashtaa hu apne yaar ko


Sunday, August 16, 2009

Some Home Steps to prevent Swine Flu

Home remedy-1

Use of “Nilgiri Oil” (Eucalyptus oil) drops on handkerchiefs and masks as one of the preventive measures against Swine Flu (NIV)
Dip Agarbathi Sticks, Incense Sticks, Dhoop Sticks into Eucalyptus oil and light it.
Add few drops of Eucalyptus oil to "Sambrani" and light it.
Smoke from it contains antibacterial agent which reduces the chances of inviting/spreading swine flu virus.

National Institute of Virology.

Home remedy-2

Tulsi can help keep swine flu away: Ayurvedic experts

Wonder herb Tulsi can not only keep the dreaded swine flu at bay but also help in fast recovery of an afflicted person, Ayurvedic practitioners claim.

The anti-flu property of Tulsi has been discovered by medical experts across the world quite recently.. Tulsi improves the body's overall defence mechanism including its ability to fight viral diseases. It was successfully used in combating Japanese Encephalitis and the same theory applies to swine flu," Dr U K Tiwari, a herbal medicine practitioner says .

Apart from acting as a preventive medicine in case of swine flu, Tulsi can help the patient recover faster.

"Even when a person has already contracted swine flu, Tulsi can help in speeding up the recovery process and also help in strengthening the immune system of the body," he claims.

Dr Bhupesh Patel, a lecturer at Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar is also of the view that Tulsi can play an important role in controlling swine flu.

"Tulsi can control swine flu and it should be taken in fresh form. Juice or paste of at least 20-25 medium sized leaves should be consumed twice a day on an empty stomach."

This increases the resistance of the body and, thereby, reduces the chances of inviting swine flu," says Patel.
Please share this valuable information with your friends.


Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Indian natural herb Tulsi to fight back swine flu

Ayurveda, the traditional 'science of life', has a remedy for diseases when every other stream of medicine fails. Now, at a time when swine flu is spreading like wildfire across the world, Ayurveda has the remedy in the form of the miraculous herb, the basil leaves commonly known as Tulsi.

Tulsi, the purest and most sublime plant, has been known and worshipped in India for more than five millennia for its remarkable healing properties. Considered as an 'Elixir of Life', this wonder herb has now been claimed to keep the deadly swine flu at bay and help fast recovery in afflicted persons.

"The anti-flu property of Tulsi has been discovered by medical experts across the world quite recently. Tulsi improves the body's overall defence mechanism including its ability to fight viral diseases. It was successfully used in combating Japanese Encephalitis and the same theory applies to swine flu," Dr U K Tiwari, a herbal medicine practitioner says.

Apart from acting as a preventive medicine in case of swine flu, Tulsi can help the patient recover faster.

"Even when a person has already contracted swine flu, Tulsi can help in speeding up the recovery process and also help in strengthening the immune system of the body," he claims.

Dr Bhupesh Patel, a lecturer at Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar is also of the view that Tulsi can play an important role in controlling swine flu.

"Tulsi can control swine flu and it should be taken in fresh form. Juice or paste of at least 20-25 medium sized leaves should be consumed twice a day on an empty stomach." This increases the resistance of the body and, thereby, reduces the chances of inviting swine flu," believes Patel.

As its name suggests, Tulsi has again proved to be the 'the incomparable' medicine - this time, in the prevention and cure of swine flu.

The symptoms of the H1N1 flu virus in people are similar to the symptoms of seasonal flu and include fever, cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, body aches, headache, chills and fatigue. A significant number of people who have been infected with novel H1N1 flu virus also have reported diarrhea and vomiting. The high risk groups for novel H1N1 flu are not known at this time, but it's possible that they may be the same as for seasonal influenza. However, Please consult a practitioner in case of any such symptoms. Doctors have strictly advised against self medication.


Monday, July 20, 2009

MC Marry Kom to get Khel Ratna


I think most of you all will be aware of Marry Kom our boxer from India. She hold the honour of bagging 4 World Championship Titles for India. Still she was not nominated for prestigiuos Kehl Ratna award till now. It was a long wait but she never left hope and finally I guess the news would have overjoyed her.

But my only question is That when a century or a 5 wicket haul in a match can make a cricketer nominated for this prestigious award, why it took for Marry so many years and 4 World championships to get nominated which she would have got long back...

Is it because being a lady or is it because belonging to a game which is not very popular here......
Does it makes sense to award some cricketers for their performance in a series and making the lady wait for the same to get 4 championships..........
PLease give it a thought and raise voice upon it. I know the other sports are not very popular, but atleast those are lacking behind coz of lack of funds, nd they are not loosing coz only they are getting heavily paid to loose like our cricketers. Please respect our roots and you will see that the tree will be fruitful....


Thursday, July 16, 2009

Raj Comics All Sets Of 2009 Till Now

SET 6 2009

Comics for Set 5 for 2009 Raj Comics:


Download Links for this set:

SET 4 2009
Comics in the set: Aakhiri Dhruv, aankh micholi, Express Way, Kidnapper, Kukdoo Coo, Prem Tadap

SET 3 2009
Comics in the Set: DhruVishya, Doga ka cerfue, Jal yaksh, OrMeta, set 3 2009, Topi chand jasoos


SET 2 2009
Comics in this set: itikand, Naaniyan, Nightingale, prem pishach, ro pada doga


SET 1 2009
Comics in the set: Avdhoot, Black Computer, Divya Sundari, Doga Hay Hay, Nagraj Under Arrest, set 1 2009, Steel Ka Aadmi


Indian Hindi Comics

In the year 1986, a comics company was started by Rajkumar Gupta. He named it Raj Comics. His sons Sanjay Gupta, Manish Gupta and Manoj Gupta became the next mentors of Raj Comics. Currently, Manish Gupta is the president, Sanjay Gupta is the editor/creative head and Manoj Gupta is in the Finance Department.

The company mainly focuses on superhero-centric comic books.The majority of their output is in the Hindi language, but a few titles and 'special editions' have been translated into English.It has produced close to 3500 comics till date.

Raja Pocket Books started publishing Raj comics and King Comics simultaneously. King comics lasted for about 2 years. After that, some heroes of King comics like Gamraj were merged in Raj comics. Not to be confused, Raj comics and King comics were two divisions of Raja Pocket Books. They used to publish comics using the same artists and writers in both the comic series. In the last few years its popularity has come down immensely due to lack of promotion, availability and storyline.

These comics are one of the best entertainments available in our childhood days and thats the reason i feel that many of us are way from dirt of politics and crap TV shows coming these days which in a way are destroying future of India. So, I will only say that support me and other brothers and save the comics industry.

I am posting some links for latest release sets of Raj comics in 2009. Apart from this I have 2 GB of comics which I will be posting soon. Some of these links are uploaded by our brothers in attempt to spread a word about comics industry..........

Why go towards Superman, He Man and Spiderman when we have Nagraj, Bhokal, Super Commando Dhruv etc...

Support us saving the Indian comics industry and give ur contribution in making future of india...........

Some Download Links for requested comics..








Friday, July 3, 2009

पूछूं क्या ??

हाथ हाथो मे लेके पूछते हो , पूछूँ क्या?
सब ले कर मेरा कहते हो , कुछ मांगूँ क्या ?

बेचैन होके कहना , तुमको मेरी पहचान नहीं
अपना आइना तुम्हे दे दिया, और अब मैं दूं क्या ?

रफ्ता रफ्ता राजों को मेरे ज़ब्त कर लिया ..
हाय! फिर कहना अनजान का , मै तुम्हारा हूँ क्या ?

मेरी धड़कन सुनते हो , साँसें भी गिनते हो ..
और ये कैसा सवाल ? मै तुम्हे छूं क्या ??

मेरी शब् ओ सहर हो गुज़र , तेरी बातों में !
और तुम कहो मुझसे, तुमसे आके मिलूँ क्या ?

कितनी बार इन आँखों ने सुनाई दास्ताँ ..
और तुम हो की पूछे जाते हो ,है आरजू क्या ?

तुम्हे क्या खबर सुकून इस नज़र का तुम हो !
वर्ना किसे यहाँ खबर थी है खुशबू क्या ?

न पूछना अब की बार कहाँ हो , कैसी हो
तुम हो तो सब प्यारा है , आँसू क्या , लहू क्या !!


Wednesday, July 1, 2009

MIchael Jackson MoonWalks to Heaven

Michael Joseph Jackson (August 29, 1958– June 25, 2009) was an American recording artist, entertainer and businessman. The seventh child of the Jackson family, he made his debut on the professional music scene in 1968 as a member of The Jackson 5. He then began a
solo career in 1971 while still a member of the group and was referred to as the "King of Pop"[1] in subsequent years.
Jackson's 1982 album Thriller remains the world's best-selling album of all time, and four of his other solo studio albums are among the world's best-selling records: Off the Wall
(1979), Bad (1987), Dangerous (1991) and HIStory (1995).
In the early 1980s, he became a dominant figure in popular music and the first African American entertainer to mass a
strong crossover following on MTV. The popularity of his music videos airing on MTV, such as "Beat It", "Billie Jean"
and "Thriller"—widely credited with transforming the music video from a promotional tool into an art form—helped bring the relatively new channel to fame. Videos such as "Black or White"
and "Scream" made Jackson an enduring staple on MTV in the 1990s. With stage performances and music videos, Jackson popularized a number of physically complicated dance techniques, such as
the robot and the moonwalk. His distinctive musical sound and vocal
style influenced many hip hop, pop and contemporary R&B artists across several generations. Jackson donated and raised millions of
dollars for beneficial causes through his foundations, charity singles, and support of 39 charities.
One of the few artists to have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice, his other achievements include multiple Guinness World Records—including one for :

"Most Successful Entertainer of All Time"—13

Grammy Awards, 13 number one singles in

his solo career, and the sale of 750

million records worldwide.
At the time of his death, he was preparing for This Is It, a series of 50 concerts that would have been held in London beginning
July 13, 2009.

Jackson, the sensationally gifted child star who rose to become the “King of Pop” and the biggest celebrity in the world only to fall from his throne in a freakish series of scandals, died Thursday. He was 50.

Jackson died at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles. Ed Winter, the assistant chief coroner for Los Angeles County, confirmed his office had been notified of the death and would handle the investigation.

The circumstances of Jackson’s death were not immediately clear. Jackson was not breathing when Los Angeles Fire Department paramedics responded to a call at his Los Angeles home about 12:30 p.m., Capt.

May the king of PoP's soul rest in peace and despite anything his songs will keep on making us rock time to time, but this time with some warm emotions mixed with them.........


Monday, May 18, 2009

Munshi PremChand

Some days back I was getting bored and wanted to read something good and remembered that sometime back my father presented me with 2 books “Nirmala” and “Prema”. I started reading them and suddenly was lost in 18th century India and finally when I came back to 21st century again, I realized its 8’0 in night and I started at 12 in afternoon. The reason for this was:
The writer of many famous novels and one of the leaders in Hindi Literature Premchand. He was born on July 31, 1880 in the village Lamhi near Varanasi to Munshi Ajaib Lal, a clerk in the post office, and his wife Anandi. His parents named him Dhanpat Rai (master of wealth) while his uncle, Mahabir, a rich landowner, called him Nawab (Prince), the name Premchand first chose to write under. Premchand's parents died young - his mother when he was seven and his father while he was sixteen or seventeen and still a student. Premchand was left responsible for his stepmother and step-siblings.
In 1899, Premchand left Lamahi to take up the position of a schoolmaster at a mission school in the town of Chunar at a salary of eighteen rupees a month, with which he had to support his wife, his stepmother, his half-brother, his stepmother's younger brother and himself. Times were hard for the young man and they became harder still when he was fired from the job for being 'too independent'. He returned to Lamahi and soon got a job as an assistant master at a government school in Benaras, only to be transferred two months later to Pratapgarh, Uttar Pradesh a town near Allahabad where he first started writing seriously. He wrote over 300 stories, a dozen novels and two plays. The stories have been compiled and published as Maansarovar. Premchand lived a life of financial struggle. Once he took a loan of two-and-a-half rupees to buy some clothes. He had to struggle for three years to pay it back.
The main characteristic of Premchand's writings is his interesting story-telling and use of simple language. His novels describe the problems of the rural peasant classes. He avoided the use of highly Sanskritized Hindi (as was the common practice among Hindi writers), but rather he used the dialect of the common people. many of Premchand's stories were influenced by his own experiences with poverty and misery. His stories represented the ordinary Indian people as they were, without any embellishments. Unlike many other contemporary writers, his works didn't have any "hero" or "Mr. Nice" - they described people as they were. Premchand was a contemporary of some other literary giants of that era like Acharya Ram Chandra Shukla and Jaishankar Prasad.
Premchand has written about 300 short stories, several novels as well as many essays and letters. He has also written some plays. He also did some translations. Many of Premchand's stories have been translated into English and Russian. Godaan (The Gift of a Cow), his last novel, is considered the finest Hindi novel of all times.[4] The protagonist, Hori, a poor peasant, desperately longs for a cow, a symbol of wealth and prestige in rural India. Hori gets a cow but pays with his life for it. After his death, the village priests demand a cow from his widow to bring his soul to peace. In Kafan (Shroud), a poor man collects money for the funeral rites of his dead wife, but spends it on food and drink.
These two novels I read have lighted a new light to read all his literatures when I get time and I believe that his stories can definitely lead people to a much more stronger, decent world full of love to live in………………….


Unexplored Temples of India

It was a long weekend and we were planning to spend it “Far From the madding Crowd”.

SO, the gears were ready and me Sunil and Amit started at a little early morning at 7’ 0 clock. Really friends the sound of roaring engine never felt so good, and finally the goggles went on with some rocking music and our plane (Hundai Verna ) was ready for a flier. Our plan was to visit some of the remote, unexplored basically lost temples of South India near Bangalore (Karnataka).

Our first Destination was famous Kotilingeshwara Temple. It falls in Kolar District of Karnataka approx. 130 KM by road from Bangalore. The engine was roaring to its best and we were leaving trail of vehicles behind us so that we can reach there early and after that continue our journey to some unexplored temples. Finally, we reached there by 10’0 clock, and the first view from road to temple mesmerized us proving our decision right to visit this temple.

This temple as of know contains 87 Lakhs Shivalingas and the plan is to reach out for 1 crore lingas. Apart from these lines and lines of shivalingas like a standing green crop there is one main shivalinga standing 130 mts tall and exactly opposite is a sculpture of Nandi falling no short of the lingas length.

The view was so good so eye catching that you could have spend almost whole day there, however, we did main pooja and after having some refreshments started for our next destination “Kaivara”.

Kaivara is famous for Kaivara temple and the scenic beauty and definitely the leading roads with standing crop and greenery made the journey pleasant. The temple is situated over the hill and hence the drive on the hill ways was really exciting. As we visited kaivara temple we saw the standing temple proving many laws of the nature wrong. The monument was so big with wonderful architecture and designs and many monuments of Mira, Sant Tukaram, etc. But, the main surprise was still to come.

There were stairs in the temple and the stairs lead us to a dark cave, where we have to enter half our backbone twisted and what we saw “A golden murti of Lord Vishnu” which is said to appear by itself in the cave. There was a big murti of lord “Narshimma”. The temple was totally a mesmerizing place with a pleasant ambience which fills your heart with new charisma……………..”

The big mountain peaks around the temple presented the people with such a great view that you can spend hours and hours viewing them.

These unexplored and somewhat lost temples of India prove to everyone that how strong, rich, charazmatic we were in our ancient times and when today most of the buildings falls in a short time these temples are still away from the reach of natural disasters and climatic changes. I have more about the journey as our next destination was “Kailash Giri” and “Kurudumale” temple, but will tell that in the next blog. However, after visiting these two places we were sure that there is definitely more excitement and pleasure to come our way………..


Thursday, May 14, 2009


तुझ से मिलने को कभी हम जो मचल जाते हैं तो ख्यालों में बोहत दूर निकल जाते हैं . गर वफाओं में सदाक़त भी हो और शिद्दत भी . फिर तो एहसास से पत्थर भी पिघल जाते हैं . उसकी आँखों के नशे में हैं जब से डूबे . लडखडाते हैं कदम और संभल जाते हैं . बेवफाई का मुझे जब भी ख्याल आता है अश्क रुखसार पर आँखों से निकल जाते हैं . प्यार में एक ही मौसम है बहारों का मौसम लोगः मौसम की तरह फिर कैसे बदल जाते हैं


Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Priyanka Vadhera in Politics

Hello Friends,

Today In this blog I want to bring to notice to all people how the most ruling political families use their names. I think all are aware that priyanka gandhi was married a long back to Mr, Robert Vadhera. However, just for promoting them all the news channels shows and replicate her as Priyanka Gandhi. Why is it so, just because using name of gandhi will catch attaraction of more people. Guys, my aim is not to hurt anyone's feeling but just wanna make a point that people in rural area can be mislead by this promotion, when Rahul Gandhi is in some other place and Gandhi surname is used for his promotion.......


Tuesday, April 7, 2009


मेरी आखों को कुछ अच्छा न लगे
कुछ ऐसे तुम मुझसे नज़रें मिलाना
की दिन का हर पल हर लम्हा सुहाना लगे
कुछ ऐसे मेरे साथ तुम वक़्त बिताना

की हंसी मेरे लबों से उतरना न चाहे
कुछ ऐसे मेरे लिए तुम मुस्कुराना
की हो जाये मुझे खुशियों की आदत
कुछ ऐसे मेरी ज़िन्दगी से ग़मों को मिटाना

की मुझमे भी जागे सपने सच करने की उम्मीद
कुछ ऐसे तुम मेरे लिए ख्वाब सजाना
की मैं हर रात का इंतज़ार करून
कुछ ऐसे तुम मुझे आसमान का वो तारा दिखाना

की तुम देखते रहो मुझे हर दम
कुछ ऐसे मुझे अपने सामने बिठाना
की मैं नाराज़ होना चाहूं बार बार
कुछ ऐसे तुम मुझे रूठने पर मनाना

की करता रहूँ तुझे प्यार उम्र भर
कुछ ऐसे शमा-ऐ-मोहब्बत को जलाना
की हो मेरा बसेरा कहीं और नामुमकिन
कुछ ऐसे कुछ ऐसे मुझे अपने दिल में बसाना

की बन जाओ मेरे दिल की धड़कन
कुछ ऐसे तुम मेरे दिल में समाना
की नामंजूर हो मुझे किसी और का होना
कुछ ऐसे तुम मुझे अपना बनाना

की मुझे बारिश की बूंदे भी अधूरी लगे
कुछ ऐसे मुझ पर तुम प्यार बरसाना
की बनजाये हम मोहब्बत की मिसाल
कुछ ऐसे तुम इस रिश्ते को निभाना

की ज़िन्दगी का आखरी पल भी हसीं लगे
कुछ ऐसे मुझे तुम गले से लगाना
की मौत भी हमें जुदा न कर पाए
कुछ ऐसे मैं तेरा हो जाऊं …
कुछ ऐसे ..तुम मेरी हो जाना !


Sunday, March 22, 2009


हिचकियों से एक बात का पता चलता है
कि कोई हमे याद तो करता है
बात न करे तो क्या हुआ
कोई आज भी हम पर कुछ लम्हे बरबाद तो करता है

ज़िंदगी हमेशा पाने के लिए नही होती
हर बात समझाने के लिए नही होती
याद तो अक्सर आती है आप की
लकिन हर याद जताने के लिए नही होती

महफिल न सही तन्हाई तो मिलती है
मिलन न सही जुदाई तो मिलती है
कौन कहता है मोहब्बत में कुछ नही मिलता
वफ़ा न सही बेवफाई तो मिलती ह

कितनी जल्दी ये मुलाक़ात गुज़र जाती है
प्यास भुजती नही बरसात गुज़र जाती है
अपनी यादों से कह दो कि यहाँ न आया करे
नींद आती नही और रात गुज़र जाती है

उमर की राह मे रस्ते बदल जाते हैं
वक्त की आंधी में इन्सान बदल जाते हैं
सोचते हैं तुम्हें इतना याद न करें
लेकिन आंखें बंद करते ही इरादे बदल जाते हैं

कभी कभी दिल उदास होता है
हल्का हल्का सा आँखों को एहसास होता है
छलकती है मेरी भी आँखों से नमी
पर कुछ पल तेरी यादों क साथ बिताने के बाद
हर सेहर में कुछ रवानी सी हो जाती है


Friday, March 20, 2009


अगर रख सको तो एक निशानी हूँ मैं,
खो दो तो सिर्फ एक कहानी हूँ मैं ,
रोक पाए न जिसको ये सारी दुनिया,
वोह एक बूँद आँख का पानी हूँ मैं.....
सबको प्यार देने की आदत है हमें,
अपनी अलग पहचान बनाने की आदत है हमे,
कितना भी गहरा जख्म दे कोई,
उतना ही ज्यादा मुस्कराने की आदत है हमें...
इस अजनबी दुनिया में अकेला ख्वाब हूँ मैं,
सवालो से खफा छोटा सा जवाब हूँ मैं,
जो समझ न सके मुझे, उनके लिए "कौन"
जो समझ गए उनके लिए खुली किताब हूँ मैं,
आँख से देखोगे तो खुश पाओगे,
दिल से पूछोगे तो दर्द का सैलाब हूँ मैं,,,,,
"अगर रख सको तो निशानी, खो दो तो सिर्फ एक कहानी हूँ मैं"......


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