Sunday, July 21, 2013

Main Tujhe Chahta Nahi Lekin, Phir Bhi Jab Paas Tum Nahi Hoti,

Main Tujhe Chahta Nahi Lekin,
Phir Bhi Jab Paas Tum Nahi Hoti,
Khudko Kitna Udaas Paata Hoon,
Gumse Apne Hawas Pata Hoon,
Jaane Kya Dhun Samayi Rehti Hai,
Ek Khamoshi Si Chhayi Rehti Hai,
Dilse Bhi Guftagu Nahi Hoti,
Phir Bhi Jab Paas Tu Nahi Hoti,

Main Tujhe Chahta Nahi Lekin,
Phir Bhi Shab Ki Taveel Khalwat Mein,
Tere Aukat Sochta Hoon Main,
Teri Har Baat Sochta Hoon Main,
Kaunse Phool Tujhko Bhaate Hai,
Rang Kya Kya Pasand Aate Hai Tujhe,
Kho Sa Jata Hoon Teri Jannat Mein,
Phir Bhi Shab Ki Taveel Khalwat Mein,

Main Tujhe Chahta Nahi Lekin,
Phir Bhi Ehsaas Se Nijaat Nahi,
Sochta Hoon To Ranj Hota Hai,
Jaise Dilko Koi Dabota Hai,
Jisko Is Darja Chahta Hoon Main,
Jisko Itna Sarahta Hoon Main,
Usmein Teri Si Koi Baat Nahi,
Phir Bhi Ehsaas Se Nijaat Nahi...

linkwithin

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Submit your Poetry

Name

Email *

Message *

About Roman Urdu Poetry

Roman Urdu is the name used for the Urdū language written with the Roman script.

According to the Urdū scholar Habib R. Sulemani: "Roman Urdu is strongly opposed by the traditional Arabic script lovers. Despite this opposition it is still used by most on the internet and computers due to limitations of most technologies as they do not have the Urdu script. Although, this script is under development and thus the net users are using the Roman script in their own ways. Popular websites like Jang Group have devised their own schemes for Roman Urdu. This is of great advantage for those who are not able to read the Arabic script. MSN, Yahoo and some desi-chat-rooms are working as laboratories for the evolving new script and language (Roman Urdu)."[1]

Although the idea of romanizing Urdu had been suggested several times, it was General Ayub Khan who most seriously suggested adopting the Roman script for Urdu and all Pakistani languages during his rule of the country.[2][3][4] The suggestion was inspired to an extent by Atatürk's adoption of Roman for Turkish in Turkey.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_Urdu

A lot of people Around the Globe Loves Urdu Poetry, but as written in the Wikipedia, due to the lack of knowledge and comfort of Advance technologies people tend to write and read in roman urdu in order to communicate, learn and write. it gets easy for the urdu speakers to write their Message in Roman Urdu rather than using Softwares to write in Original urdu font.

At last for people who are into reading and writting urdu Poetry, "Roman Urdu" makes it easier for them to enjoy their spare time or for Professionals their Precious time.