13 thoughts on “Parchan Shaal Panvar Dhola”

  1. Parchan shal pavar dholiya
    maru moosaan parchan shal pavar

    I wish my tribe and family (panhwar) will accept and be happy to see me
    the marru (my people) will be accepting me

    in Sufi meaning it describes one’s life full of sins and wrongdoings
    will the Almighty be accepting the sinner while his/her journey back to HIM.
    So the Bhitai (Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai) correlating as he regularly does his poetry full of stories, to the life of humans and his relations with Almighty.

    Payi aayas pandh mein miya
    avgar aib apar dholiya
    maru moosaan parchan shal pavar

    I wear upon myself all the wrongdoings sins and mistakes during my journey
    will my maroo, panhwar (my own) be accepting me as I am?

    The song is about the story of Marvi. The story of Umar Marvi is that Marvi was a young Thari girl abducted by then-ruler of Amarkot, Umar, who wanted to marry her because of her beauty. Upon her refusal she was imprisoned in the historic Umerkot Fort for several years. Because of her courage, Marvi is regarded as a symbol of love for one’s soil and homeland. The poetry mentioned describes after Umer (the ruler), who got inspired from her love of her home land, and her refusal to get marry, despite her being so poor, and him offering her all luxuries of life. He namd her his sister. the poetry now depicting about her fears,that now as she is getting back to her family and tribe, will they be accepting her ? and trust her to be pious ?
    as the poetry suggests

    1. Jeeye lateef

      parchan shal pavar dholiya
      maru moosaan parchan shal pavar

      Jeya muhinji sindhi jeeye jeya
      Lateef

      Payi aayas pandh mein miya
      avgar aib apar dholiya
      maru moosaan parchan shal pavar

      Adiyoun shal lateef chave miyan
      lalao lal lateif chave miya
      sat rakhje satar dholiya
      maru moosaan parchan shal pavar

    2. Parchan shaal panhwar dhola… parchan means raazi rahen. shaal means hamesha , panhwar ek cast hoti hai sindhiyo me, dhola means I think mere pyare……so it means raazi rahen mujh se mere panhwar….

    1. Parchan shaal panhwar dhola… parchan means raazi rahen. shaal means hamesha , panhwar ek cast hoti hai sindhiyo me, dhola means I think mere pyare……so it means raazi rahen mujh se mere panhwar….

  2. Can someone kindly provide me with the lyrics for the above Sufi number Parchan Shaal Panvar Dhola..sung so beautifully by the remarkable duo. It touches the core.

    Please do provide in Roman script…ie. DHOLA (dhola)…and the translation as well to the above address.

    Would be ever so grateful.

    MOnika

    1. Jeeye lateef

      parchan shal pavar dholiya
      maru moosaan parchan shal pavar

      Jeya muhinji sindhi jeeye jeya
      Lateef

      Payi aayas pandh mein miya
      avgar aib apar dholiya
      maru moosaan parchan shal pavar

      Adiyoun shal lateef chave miyan
      lalao lal lateif chave miya
      sat rakhje satar dholiya
      maru moosaan parchan shal pavar

    2. Parchan shaal panhwar dhola… parchan means raazi rahen. shaal means hamesha , panhwar ek cast hoti hai sindhiyo me, dhola means I think mere pyare……so it means raazi rahen mujh se mere panhwar….

  3. hi i’m yasir lashari from shikarpur sindh… i like this song so much and i m so proud that i m part of sindh .love you alllllllllllllllllllllllllllm balouch’s and sindh…………jea sindh

  4. Fantastic : fantastic what a beautiful synchronisation of the two voices . Plus the dance in the background . makes it divine ,

    I think another Runa Laila is born .Only she should not ever sing from a higher note .Ever.

    Chandiramani

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