Jo Bhi Mein Kehna Chahu, Barbaad Kare Alfaz Mere

This song is nothing less than a fabric woven with strings of thoughts from the likes of Jean Paul Sartre, J Krishnamurti and Osho! Abstract but amazingly deep….

Just listen to it once again with complete peace of mind. Here is the link …

Jo bhi main kehna chahoon
Barbaad karen alfaaz mere
Alfaaz mere…

Words often destroy emotions that rise and fall like tides in ocean. Silence is the best language. Often two people, deeply in love, talk without words. So here the poet feels lost while expressing his feelings in words.

Kabhi mujhe lage ki jaise
Saara hi ye jahaan hai jaadu
Jo hai bhi aur nahi bhi hai ye
Fiza, Ghata, Hawa, Baharein
Mujhe kare ishaare ye
Kaise kahoon
Kahani main inki….

This nature is a mystic expression of magic around us. All that we see and sense and also all that we cannot see, calls us in its fold to embrace us. The poet thinks he himself is an inseparable part of this beauty ..he struggles to share this story of his being and nothingness.

Maine yehi socha hai aksar
tu bhi main bhi sabhi hain sheeshe
khud hi ko hum sabhi mein dekhen
nahi hoon main hoon main to phir bhi
sahi galat tumhara main
mujhe paana paana hai khud ko….

These are the best lines… We all are mirrors searching meaning in others. Our existence has no meaning without others. We are only a reflection of others in us. All of us are mirror images of one another. If we feel good by having someone in our lives, its just the joy of meeting our inner self which is devoid of all judgments.  


Author: anilkshatriyablog

I work as Assistant Professor in the area of Accounting at IMT Nagpur. I love teaching, writing and cycling. I follow a simple principle, 'Help ever, hurt never'.

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