Khawaja Meer Dard

Khwaja Mir Dard was born in 1721 and died in 1785. He is one of the three major poets of the Delhi School — the other two being Mir Taqi Mir and Mirza Sauda — who are considered the pillars of the classical Urdu ghazal.

Mera jee hai jab tak, teri justaju

Mera jee hai jab tak, teri justaju
Zabaan jab talak hai, yahi aarzoo...
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Hijaab-e-rukh-e-yaar the aap

Hijaab-e-rukh-e-yaar the aap
Khuli aankh jab koi parda na...
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Wa-e-naadaani ke waqt-e-marg

Wa-e-naadaani ke waqt-e-marg
Khwaab tha jo kuch ke dekha, ...
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Duniya main kaun kaun na

Duniya main kaun kaun na
Par mun phir is tarf na kiya...
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Apne tain to har ghari gam hai,

Apne tain to har ghari gam hai,
Yad kare hamain kabhi kab ye ...
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Tum aj hanste ho hans lo mujh par

Tum aj hanste ho hans lo mujh par
Main janta hun mujhe khabar hai ...
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Mera JI HaI Jab Tak TerI Justju HaI,

Mera JI HaI Jab Tak TerI Justju HaI
Zabaan Jab Talak HaI YehI GuftgOO HaI....
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Apna to nahin yaar main kuchh, yaar

Apna to nahin yaar main kuchh, yaar
Tu jis ki taraf howey, tarafdaar ...
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Beenai na thi to dekhte the

Beenai na thi to dekhte the
jab aankh khuli to kuch na dekha ...
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Jag main akar idhar udhar

Jag main akar idhar udhar
Tu hi aya nazar jidhar dekha...
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Chaman main subah ye kahti thi

Chaman main subah ye kahti thi
Bahar-e-bag to yun hi rahi lekin...
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Tujhi ko jo yan jalwa farma

Tujhi ko jo yan jalwa farma
Barabar hai duniya ko dekha...
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Agar yon hi ye dil satata rahega

Agar yon hi ye dil satata rahega
To ik din mera ji hi jata rahega...
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