Sunday, February 28, 2010

saap ko palogey to tumhey hi kaatega

Came across this article on

Frustrated Strivers in Pakistan Turn to Jihad

The article describes a very well established scenario, describing why and how, certain youth from Pakistan's lower-middle class adopt such a violent way of life.

Coming back to the subject, from the article:

"Like Mr. Kundi, many came of age in the 1990s, when jihad was state policy — aimed at challenging Indian control in Kashmir — and jihadi groups recruited openly in universities. Under the influence of Al Qaeda, their energies have been redirected and turned inward, against Pakistan’s own government and people.

That shift has fractured long-established militant networks, which were once supported by the state, producing a patchwork of new associations that are fluid and defy easy categorization."

It is crystal-clear from above, that it was their State's policy, to an extent that it was made a part of teaching in schools, all in order to instigate violence against India on the pretext of the Kashmir issue. And now the policy has backfired and its working against the same State, and they are clueless. Once long-established militant network has fractured and given rise to fluid individuals: who are easily swayed by a certain oppression - in this case, the failure to succeed in this world, even after putting in tireless efforts.

I couldn't come up with an idiom in English that would mean the same. But its close to this one: "as you sow, you shall reap." This is referring to the topic.

Thursday, February 25, 2010

more u2 :D

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Wish you were here..

we just two lost souls swimming in a fish bowl,
year after year,
running over the same old grounds,
have we found same old fears.....
how i wish, how i wish, you were here

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Meri Bigadi bana dijiye...karbala bula lijiyeh with Lyrics.

Heard this during Ashara Mubarak 1431H in Marol. MAshallah his voice is just amazing, and it really makes you wish to go to Karbala for Ziyarat of Imam Hussain AS, Inshallah.

meri bigadi bana dijiyeh
karbala aab bula lijiyeh
mere aqa-e-moula Hussain AS
apna roza dikha dijiyeh

aap key dar pe shaam-o-sehar
aatey hein sekaro zaiereeens
ghum yehi hein mera naam kyun
khoosh-naseebo mein shaamil nahin
meri kismat jagaaa dijiyeh
karbala aab bula lijiyeh

ek andesha faqat hein yehi
mere dil mein nasheeen ya Hussain AS
karbala ki ziyaarat bina
mar na jaaao kahin yaa Hussain AS
koyee bushraa suna dijiyeh
karbala aab bula lijiyeh

mein azaadaar hu aaapka
puri kijiyeh haajat meri
noha khwaaani mein karta rahoo
hein yehi bus ibaadat meri
bandagi ka silaaa dijiyeh
karbala aab bula lijiyeh

mere aqa-e-moula Hussain AS
apna roza dikha dijiyeh

Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Friday, February 05, 2010

Jhoom barabar jhoom :D

Jhoom barabar jhoom sharabi :)

jaha per sharabo ki chalti hein bottle,
waha per tabiyat sambhalti nahin hein,
jaha peeney waalo ki lagti hein Mehfil
waha sheikho pandit ki chalti nahin hein :D

good job Aziz Nazan...found one qawwal who can speak Gujarati :D

and this one from some C-Grade movie idk wth is a c-grade movie ....

the sweetest thing

love this song as well :) here is a "the sweetest thing" video galore.....

the original video:

here is the video of the lyrics :) .....i know i have got black eyes, but they burn so brightly for you...i guess its a blind kind of love ..:):)..

And here is a fan-video made with Microsoft Paint :D

Thursday, February 04, 2010

Old vs New :)

dil ko tujhseyyyy be-dili hein,
mujhko hein dil ka gurooooor
tu yeh maaney yaah na maaney,
log maangey zarooor
yeh mera deewanapan heinnnnnnn

So this was the classic sang my Mukesh :

And here is a new version, from the movie Namesake....this was sang by I guesss Sheila Raman :

Kill Bill soundtracks :)

one of my favorite movie ...and here are few soundtracks which I simply adore serenading :D ...these are great for programming tooo :D:D

urami ebushi

flower of carnage

the lonely shepherd

and last but not the least :D .....bang bang my baby shot me down .....

such a late goodbye ...