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Listening to : Jhonka Hava ka from Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam

Jhonka Hava Ka Aaj Bhi Zulfein Udaata Hoga Na
Tera Dupatta Aaj Bhi Tere Sar Se Sarakta Hoga Na
Baalon Mein Tere Aaj Bhi Phool Koi Sajta Hoga Na
Thandi Havaein Raaton Mein Tujhko Thapkiya Deti Hogi Na
Chaand Ki Thandak Khwaabon Mein Tujhko Leke To Jaati Hogi Na
Sooraj Ki Kirnen Subah Ko Teri Neendein Udaati Hogi Na
Mere Khayaalon Mein Sanam Khud Se Bhi Baatein Karti Hogi Na
Main Dekhta Hoon Chhup Chhupke Tumko Mehsoos Karti Hogi Na
Jhonka Hava Ka Aaj Bhi Zulfein Udaata Hoga Na

Tadev Lagnam Suridam Tadevah
Naarabalam Chandra Balan Tadevah
Vidya Balam Daiv Balan Tadevah
Lakshmi Pati Tendra Yugam Swarami
Shubmangalah Sawadha

Kaagaz Pe Meri Tasveer Jaisi Kuchh To Banati Hogi Na
Ulat Palatke Dekh Ke Usko Jee Bhar Ke Hansti Hogi Na
Hanste Hanste Aankhein Tumhari Bhar Bhar Aati Hogi Na
Mujhko Dhaka Tha Dhoop Mein Jisse Vo Aanchal Bhigoti Hogi Na
Saawan Ki Rimjhim Mera Taraana Yaad Dilati Hogi Na
Ek Ek Meri Baatein Tumko Yaad To Aati Hogi Na
Yaad To Aati Hogi Na
Yaad To Aati Hogi Na
Kya Tum Mere In Sab Sawaalon Ka Kuchh To Jawaab Dogi Na


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