Translation of Unki Mehak Ne Dil Kay Ghunchay Khila Diye Hain

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  1. calltoallah

    calltoallah Active Member

    i've attached the relevant pages from sukhn-e-raza for anybody interested insha'Allah. I found the explanation quite useful even though this particular naat is very straight forward.
  2. jazakallah khayran. no bro i do not--except for the ocassional word in a [usually] farsi dictionary! there is a 5 volume commentary on ala hazrat's poetry diwan by shaykh owaisi. i have one volume somewhere at home but hardly refer to it.
    the pleasure of poetry is figuring it out for yourself--or enjoying the attempt!


    Ya Sayyidi Ala Hazrat madad!
  3. calltoallah

    calltoallah Active Member

    masha'Allah that's a good effort bro. i wanted to know whether you refer to any books/commentaries when translating from the hada'iq? i have an excellent one-volume commentary which i recommend, 'Sukhn-e-Raza'. it contains sharh al-mufradaat as well as ma'aani al-ash'aar. does anybody know of any other good commentaries. i'm looking for something more detailed.

    jazakumullahu kharan kathiran

    Allahu Rabbu Muhammad, Nahnu `Ibaadu Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallama
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    Sister-in-Islam, as per your request here is my humble little effort:
    Enjoy and do dua!

    1.unki mahek ne dil ke ghunchey khila diye hain
    His fragrance has caused the buds of my heart to blossom
    2. jis raah chal diye hain, koochey basa diye hain
    Whichever road he has travelled, he has brought it to life!
    3. jab aa gayin hai josh e rehmat pe unki ankhen
    When his eyes have surged forth, ocean-like, with mercy
    4. jalte bujha diye hain, rote hansa diye hain
    they have extinguished those on fire, brought smiles to those in tears
    5. ik dil hamara kya hai, aazaar uska kitna
    What is my heart alone?--however much its harm
    6. tum ne to chaltey phirtey, murdey jila diye hain
    You have brought back to life the living dead!
    7. unke nisar koi kaisey hi runj mein ho
    May I die for him! However much sorrow someone is in
    8. jab yaad aa gaye hain, sab gham bhula diye hain
    When he is remembered, all one's sorrows are forgotten!
    9. hum se faqir bhi ab pheri ko uthte hongey
    Now even mendicants hope to obtain something from us
    10. ab to ghani ke dar par, bistar jama diye hain
    Since we have lain our matresses at the door of that Generous One!
    11. asra mein guzrey jis dam berey pe qudsiyon ke
    During the Ascension when he passed the angelic hosts
    12. hone lagi salaami, parchum jhuka diye hain
    They began to salute him and lowered their flags!
    13. aaney do ya dubo do ab to tumhari janib
    Whether you let me cross or not, it is now up to your pleasure
    14. kashti tum hi pe chori, langar utha diye hain
    I have left my ship in your hands, have lifted the anchor!
    15. dulha se itna kehdo pyarey sawari roko
    Say this much to the Bridegroom: Beloved, halt your steed awhile
    16. mushkil mein hain baraati, purkhar laa diye hain
    The wedding guests are in difficulty--their way strewn with thorns!
    17. allah re kya jahannam ab bhi na sard hoga
    Allah! Have the fires of Gehenna still not frozen over?
    18. ro, ro ke Mustafa ne, dariya baha diye hain
    Beloved Mustafa has wept oceans of tears!
    19. mere karim se gar qatra kisi ne maanga
    If someone has asked a mere drop from my gracious Master
    20. dariya baha diye hain, durbe baha diye hain
    He has given him rivers in return, whole oceans instead!
    21. mulk e sukhn ki shahi tum ko Raza musallam
    Congratulations on being crowned king of Verse, Raza!
    22. jis simt aa gaye hain, sikke bitha diye hain
    Wherever you have gone, coins have been struck in your name!

    translated by asif j qadri-rizvi

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