Sher

In passing…

बरसों बाद तेरे करीब से गुज़रे… जो न संभलते तो गुज़र ही जाते……! ====== barson baad tere kareeb se guzare… jo na sambhlate to guzar hee jaate……! … Share Shers that touched you ! ( )
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Sher

Meel ke pathar

Meel ke patthar उन मील के पत्थरों पे लिखे तो थे कुछ मंज़िलों के फ़ासले.... ....गर हम जिधर मुड़ चलें हैं, वो राह ही मंज़िल है.. === un meel ke pattharon pe likhe to the kuchh manzilon ke faasle gar ham jidhar mud chalen hain, vo raah hee manzil hai … Share Shers that touched you ! ( )  
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Sher Doston Ke

I am fortunate to have some great friends who are great Shayars too ! Here are some of their thoughts that touched attributions given where I remember, else they know who they are ! And if you have a great Sher, comment in and I will add by the by ! Join me on Twitter to get some more occasionally !
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Inspire

Doggie Lessons

Lessons from a Dog Everything - inanimate or animate- can serve one or many purposes in our lives and can teach us lessons if we are receptive. Perhaps "nothing happens without a reason' makes sense. So what can a dying dog teach ? Had received a story sometime ago which made sense to me. Sharing it, and share on !   A Dog's Purpose? (according to a 6-year-old). Being a veterinarian, I had been called to examine a ten-year-old Irish Wolfhound named Belker. The dog's owners, Ron, his wife Lisa , and their little boy Shane, were all very attached…
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Health

100 simple health tips…

  100 Simple Health Tips one can easily follow ! 1. Walk for 30 minutes daily. 2. Eat a piece of fruit daily. 3. Eat whole foods instead of processed foods whenever possible. 4. Reject foods and drinks made of artificial colors or sweetener. 5. Start each lunch/dinner with salad. 6. Give your partner a hug every day before work. 7. Take a deep belly breath for three to five minutes twice a day. 8. Smell the scent of lavender to relax and sleep well. 9. Eat a handful of walnuts before bed. 10. Drink plenty of water. 11. Get 10-15…
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50 places to eat in Delhi

Ahh FOOD ! yet another bucket list ! Want to join in ? Join the whatsapp group from : Events in Delhi/NCR     And some more links :     And here is the complete list. Will fill in as I fill in :-)) 1. Jalebi at Old Famous Jalebi Wala Where: 795, Dariba Kalan Road, Dariba Corner, Opposite to Central Baptist Church, Chandni chowk 2. Dahi Bhalla at Natraj Cafe Where: 1396, Main Road Near Central Bank, Opposite, Paranthe Wali Gali, Kucha Mahajani, Chandni Chowk 3. Momos at Dolma Aunty, Lajpat Nagar Where: Alankar Cinema Road, Block A Lajpat…
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Ponder

Thoughts on Death

  ‘There was a door to which I found no key, There was a veil beyond which I could not see; Talk awhile of thee and me there was, Then no more of thee -or me.’”  and more : “‘Into this world and why not knowing, And like water willy -nilly flowing …  ( Omar Khayyam ) Death. A fact of life. Yet one talked about in hushed, frightened tones. Something which happens to others. And we mourn the dead- knowing fully well that by that time it'd not make a twit of difference to them ! We also mourn…
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Ghazals

I will meet you again – nice poem by Amrita

Amrita-Main Tenu Pher Milangi Very nice poem by Amrita Pritam , recited so beautifully by Gulzar. Attempting translation in Gurmukhi-ongoing ..... A bit about Amrita : Amrita Pritam (31 August 1919 – 31 October 2005) was an Indian writer and poet, who wrote in Punjabi and is considered the first prominent woman Punjabi poet, novelist, and essayist, and the leading 20th-century poet of the Punjabi language, who is equally loved on both sides of the India-Pakistan border. With a career spanning over six decades, she produced over 100 books of poetry, fiction, biographies, essays, a collection of Punjabi folk songs…
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Devotional

Mittar Pyare Nu

Mittar Pyare Nu A beautiful immortal This is the beautiful shabad by the tenth Sikh master, Guru Gobind Singh, who recited it in the Machhivara forest when the Master was separated from everyone; not everyone because the connection to the Lord remain strong as always! From Mukhaarbind of Guru Gobind Singh ji; this Shabad was sung by him on the night of the cold Winter when Guru Sahib jio had earlier in the day led the Khalsa forces in the battle of Chamkaur where Guru ji fought with the huge army of enemies of Khalsa sons embraced martyrdom in front…
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