Remembering Shaikh Ayaz: The legend poet of Sub-Continent

ayazBirth Day celebration on March 2nd, 2009 at Karachi Arts Council main auditorium at 3.30 PM, Programme includes: Papers and Speeches- Book Launch and Music
He sangram! samhoon Aa Narayan Shayam!
hina ja munhinja Qola bi saGya Boola bi saGya
hoo kavita jo kaaka-dharni, para munhinja ranga-ratola bi saGya
DHatu bi saGyo DHolu bi saGyo hanou bi saGyo hola bi saGya
huna tay keean bandooka KhaRNa maan!
hina Khay golee keean haRNa maan!
keean haRNa maan! keean haRNa maan!
keean haRNa maan!
Translation: This sangram! in front is Narain Shayam!
His and mine tales are the same
promises are the same
He is the king of poetry, but my colorful ways are also same
land also same beloved also same heart also same horrors also same
How can I point a gun to him!
How can I shoot him! How can I shoot! How can I shoot! How can I shoot!

3 thoughts on “Remembering Shaikh Ayaz: The legend poet of Sub-Continent”

  1. Asaan Ninda Jaa Nain Aheyoon Perein
    Sutey Saah Jaagey,
    Wanjey Door Door
    Sitara Latareuy Asaan Jo Shaoor
    Saveen Chand Saathi
    Kateyan Ja Saween Qafila Rahguzar Main
    Saffar Main
    Sawein Kaenatoon,
    Na Agaaz Jin Jo Na Anjaam Jin Jo
    Zamaan Aein Makaan Khaan Musalsil Nijaatoon
    Azal Khaan Abad Taein Sukh Joon Baratoon
    Jadehn Moot Khaoon
    Saween Raaz Aneyoon
    Saween Saaz Jey Lai Awaaz Aneyoon
    Saween Chand Chayooon
    Unhan Saan Achi Jag Sajoo Jagmagayoon

    Asaan Jaag Ja BHaag Aheyoon Perein
    Asaan Ninda Jaa Nain Aheyoon Perein

  2. Qaid Hasti Khey Kein Daheyan Maan
    Marui Ji Pukaar Aheyaan Maan

    Aj ta Thakji Pyo Haan Chao Kesein
    Zindagi Jo Gaah Gaheyaan Maan

    Kahen Gul e no-Bahar Saan Gadji
    Asheyano Alag Tho Thaheyaan Maan

    Zindagi Thi Wai Aa Mithro Geet
    Kehen Kanwal Saan Payo Nibhayaan Maan

    Umar Guzri Wai AYAZ Alaey !!
    Mooon na Jaato ta Naith Chha-heyaan Maan

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