Who’s Excited for Christmas??

Hello There.!! It’s 31st August. The year is passing by so fast. I’m already excited for Christmas this year. We are building another floor on my grandfather’s house. We hope it’ll be all ready before Christmas and we’ll be celebrating this year’s Christmas there. I also have some plans for blog this Christmas. And I’m so excited to read all Christmas food recipes from all of you. I know It’s bit early but I’ve been listening Christmas Carols already. The playlist has been changed.

How about you? Are you excited for Christmas as well? Which one is your most favorite Christmas song?

I wish I could have White Christmas in my city (never gonna happen).

Well, Have fun you all out there. Loads of Love. Take Care.

❤ ❤ <3…!!!!

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Just A Little Human

One of my friend once told me, “If a girl shares lot of her songs with you and they have one common feeling that is constant, chances are she’s telling you something.”

I also believe you can tell lot about the person by their playlist.

At least that’s what I think. What do you think??

Have you ever..!!?

Hello there.! How are you doing? I found this crazy trick we can do because of some reasons and I wanted to share with you here. It’s so crazy!

So, the thing is, If we stand in our doorway and push our arms(both the palms facing us) for 30 seconds when we step away our arms would rise on their own. I went on youtube to find an example of how to do it. Just to share here.

Try it if you haven’t. Let me know. It’s silly and fun and kind of crazy. It happens cause our brain mostly thinks that we’re still pushing on our doorway. Try it. Crazy thing.! Lemme know if you do.! hehe

Take care of yourselves. Have fun

TUDles..!! ❤ ❤ <3…!!!

You are a wanderer, So am I, love!

Hello there..!! How are you doing? How your week has been? Hope you are good having a nice start to your weekend. I love this song here I’ve shared and was listening to it after quite some time. And I thought let’s share on the blog. I’ll share the lyrics and translation I found on google.

Banjara – By Manoj
Gori sove sej par mukh par daare kes,
Chal khusro ghar aapne saanjh bhayi chahun des,
Tu vi banjara te saajan main vi banjara,
Tu vi banjara te saajan main vi banjara,
Kahan talaashein thour thikaanaa,
Tu vi banjara te saajan main vi banjara
Tu vi banjara te saajan main vi banjara
Tu vi banjara te saajan main vi banjara
Kahan talaashein thour thikaanaa
Tu vi banjara te saajan main vi banjara
Darbadar sa kahan bhatke rooh ka tukda,
Pehen ke roj pachhaso dukhdaa,
Tu vi kaisa naasamajh hai samajh na paawanderer,
Mujhko kaun sa bhaawanderer mukhdaa,
Do chhor pe dono ore khade is intazaar mein is intazaar mein,
Sanson ke beech hairaan dil, baithaa kataar mein, baithaa kataar mein,
Banaawanderer roj roj bigaade, kaisi ghalti mitaata hai,
Tu vi banjara te saajan main vi banjara,
Tu vi banjara te saajan main vi banjara,
Kahan talaashein thour thikaanaa
Tu vi banjara te saajan main vi banjaraaa
Paani gaara maati dhuaan wanderer tan hai chithadaa chithadaa saara,
Padh padh pothi gyeani aisaa hua bus kamaaye kachadaa.
Jaise til mein tel hai jyon, chakmak mein aag,
Khuddkaa saayin khuddmein hai, jaag sake to jaag,
Ghatataa safar tooti naav par is beech dhaar mein, is beech dhaar mein,
Apnon ke beech bejaan dil, biktaa udhaar mein, biktaa udhaar mein,
Basaawanderer roj roj ujaade, kaisi marzi chalaata hai,
Tu vi banjara te saajan main vi banjara,
Tu vi banjara te saajan main vi banjara,
Kahan talaashein thour thikaanaa
Tu vi banjara te saajan main vi banjara
Tu vi banjara, main vi banjara
Kahan talaashein thour thikaanaa
Tu vi banjara te saajan main vi banjara, banjara, banjara!

The Wanderer – By Manoj
(Translation – N. Madhavan)

The maiden sleeps with the black hair as her veil
Come home dear Khusro, the land beckons, with an evening feel
* * *

You are a wanderer, my love, and so am I
You are a wanderer my love, and so am I
Where will ye look for a hard ground to rest?
You’re a wanderer my love, and so am I!

The slice of the soul wanders near and far
Wearing woes everyday by the scores
Ignorant as you are, it escapes your mind
What’s that face that I see as my kind
The two stand on different shores, wandering, yearning, waiting in pain
The heart frozen twixt breaths, in a queue — it seems in vain
Making and breaking everyday, washed in a welter of sins
You are a wanderer, my love, and so am I!

You are a wanderer my love, and so am I
Where will ye look for a hard ground to rest?
You’re a wanderer my love, and so am I

The water’s hard, the earth turns smoke, the body’s smithereens as hell
The wise man steeped in books still earns but dirt – this much I can tell
Like the oil in the seed, and the fire in the glow’s elan
Your truth lies within you. Wake up! Wake up – if you can!
Like the ebbing journey of a broken boat, caught midstream in a tide
The tired heart’s lost among its kind; goes for a song, nowhere to hide
It rests and breaks everyday, in a helpless dance of fate
You are a wanderer, my love, and so am I!

You are a wanderer my love, and so am I
Where will wanderer look for a hard ground to rest?
You’re a wanderer my love, and so am I

You are a wanderer my love, and so am I
Where will ye look for a hard ground to rest?
You’re a wanderer my love, and so am I!

Enjoy the song I love it. Have a lovely Saturday. Take Care of yourself. Loads of love.

TUDles.. ❤ ❤ <3..!!

Love Is An Open Door

I’ve been trying to be the grown up who understand that there’s so much more to life than fairytales and princess stories. Yet once in awhile I have this crazy urge to watch Disney movies and songs all day long. Who doesn’t love Disney? So here’s one I’m sharing with you. Which Disney movies do you like the most? My favorite is Aladdin. What about you? Do share with me if you’re also a Disney fan.

Much More Than Just Lyrics

Hello There.! How are you doing? This song I have shared here has a great backstory. Usually it takes a couple of months to finish a song, some only few hours. James Bay needed 2 long years and long distance relationship to finish it. This song is about his girlfriend who had to move countries while everything in their relationship was going well. Fortunately after a year and half she came back and both of them are now happily in living in the same country(Most of the time when he’s not touring for his music concerts). Long distance relationships are hard and most of the relations goes south because of the same reason.

When people are forced to face problems in their life and in their relationships that’s when they get to know if they’re with the one who is their The One. The hard times are what’s gonna help you the most in life. If you’re meant to be together, you will be despite everything that life throws at you. Real life and real relationships are more than happily ever after.

They’re despite-everything-we’re-together-ever-after. I wish you all that love. That kind of togetherness. That kind of happiness. Take Care Of Yourselves.

TUDles..!! ❤ ❤ <3..!!

Godi Le Ke Aave Le Jaye..

Hello there..!! I wanted to share this song here as I don’t share Indian music much. I love this song. This song one of those I can listen anytime and not feel like I’ve had enough. This song has two ancient love stories About Heer-Ranjha and Mirza-Sahiban. Story of both the coples are two of the famous real tragic love stories of Panjab.

Summary Of Heer-Ranjha

Heer is an extremely beautiful woman, born into a wealthy Jat family of the Sial tribein Jhang, Punjab. Ranjha (whose first name is Dheedo; Ranjha is the surname), also a Jat of the Ranjha tribe, is the youngest of four brothers and lives in the village of Takht Hazara by the river Chenab. Being his father’s favorite son, unlike his brothers who had to toil in the lands, he led a life of ease playing the flute (‘Wanjhli’/’Bansuri‘). After a quarrel with his brothers over land, Ranjha leaves home. In Waris Shah’s version of the epic, it is said that Ranjha left his home because his brothers’ wives refused to give him food. Eventually he arrives in Heer’s village and falls in love with her. Heer’s father offers Ranjha a job herding his cattle. Heer becomes mesmerised by the way Ranjha plays his flute and eventually falls in love with him. They meet each other secretly for many years until they are caught by Heer’s jealous uncle, Kaido, and her parents Chuchak and Malki. Heer is forced by her family and the local priest or ‘Maulvi’ to marry another man called Saida Khera.

Ranjha is heartbroken. He wanders the countryside alone, until eventually he meets a ‘jogi’ (ascetic). After meetingGorakhnath, the founder of the “Kanphata” (pierced ear) sect of jogis at Tilla Jogian (the ‘Hill of Ascetics’, located 50 miles north of the historic town of Bhera, Sargodha District, Punjab), Ranjha becomes a jogi himself, piercing his ears and renouncing the material world. Reciting the name of the Lord, Rab ,he wanders all over Punjab, eventually finding the village where Heer now lives.

The two return to Heer’s village, where Heer’s parents agree to their marriage. However, on the wedding day, Kaido poisons her food so that the wedding will not take place. Hearing this news, Ranjha rushes to aid Heer, but is too late, as she has already eaten the poison and died. Brokenhearted once again, Ranjha takes the poisoned Laddu (sweet) which Heer has eaten and dies by her side.

Heer and Ranjha are buried in Heer’s hometown, Jhang. Love-smitten couples and others often pay visits to their mausoleum.[1]

— Wikipedia

Synopsis Of Mirza-Sahiban

A long time ago, in the village of Kheewa, a town in the control of Sial tribe of Jats, there was a woman who gave birth to a baby boy. Unfortunately, she died after giving birth so she was not able to give milk to her son. However, there was another woman nearby who had recently given birth to a girl. This woman took it upon herself to help the little boy. She fed this boy as she did her own daughter.

Thus, as is the custom for such occasions, these two children became “milk siblings” because they were given the same milk to drink. Later as the children became adults, the girl, named Fateh Bibi, got married and moved a day’s journey on horseback away to the village of Danababad near present-day Faisalabad. Fateh Bibi married a man named Wanjal, the Sardar of the Kharral Jats and they had a strong son named Mirza Jatt.

Meanwhile, Fateh Bibi’s milk brother, no longer a boy but a man named Khewa Khan, Sardar of the Sial Jats, and had a daughter named Sahiba.

When it was time to enroll the young children in school, Mirza’s parents had decided to send him to his “milk uncle’s” house so he could get educated there. Sahiba’s father enrolled her and her “cousin” into classes to learn the Quran together since they were of the same age.

Mirza did not know that his “cousin” Sahiba was such a beauty one can only dream of beholding. He did not notice her at first when he came to Kheewa to study because they were just children. But as the two children grew into adolescence, feelings of love began to blossom between the two.

One day, while walking back from school, the adventurous, young Mirza took a different path home. On that street there was a bazaar. Here he saw Sahiba buying some vegetables for her family. He watched as she asked for various squashes and leaves to cook. When the merchant began to weigh her purchases, he weighed out extra because he was lost in her beauty. Mirza, too, was transfixed by her gracefulness and raced all the way home fueled by love.

As he grew older, Mirza learned to be a skilled horseman and archer. He rode on a powerful steed named Bakki who swiftly maneuvered through the land. Mirza was so skillful that every arrow he shot would willfully go exactly where he wanted. Sahiba only grew more and more beautiful with time.

Soon, their love began to blossom. Mirza could not live without his Sahiba. They were lost in their own world. Once, when Sahiba had pronounced her lessons incorrectly, her maulvi beat her with a chimmak. This thin branch gives a person a burning sting when swatted with it. As Sahiba received her punishment with the chimmak, she spoke to the maulvi.

“Why are you burning me with this punishment when I’m already burning with love?”

Sadly, their days of blissful love did not last. Sahiba’s parents found out about the love affair and sent Mirza back home to his parents. Not too long after that, they arranged Sahiba’s marriage to a man named Tahir Khan. He was from the same town. With Mirza back home, Sahiba’s parents were able to prepare for the wedding without any interruptions.

Sahiba, via her friend, a Brahmin named Kammu, sent word of her unfortunate marriage to her darling Mirza. As soon as he heard of this, he made plans to leave. His family tried to stop him but he would not succumb to their pleas. He had to go. Before Mirza left, his father, seeing that there was no other way, went to Mirza and told him that if he went, then he must be sure to return with Sahiba or else it would bring great dishonor. With those words, Wanjal gave his son his blessings to pursuit his love.

“Chal, my Bakki,” Mirza, equipped with his bow and arrows, commanded his horse to ride on to the village of Kheewa.

Mirza reached Sahiba on the day of the wedding right before the ceremony was about to proceed. He opened to door to the room Sahiba was waiting in and entered secretly. He admired her; she was dressed in bright red wedding clothes, her delicate hands darkly painted with mehndi. Without waiting another moment, he held her hand and took her away with him on horseback and rode until he thought that they had reached a safe distance. Tired, he decided to rest by under the shade of a tree while his sweet Sahiba watched over him.

Meanwhile, back at the wedding party, Sahiba brothers called for her to come down to proceed with the ceremonies. When she did not come, her brothers realized that something was wrong. Sahiba’s brothers, the jilted bridegroom, and other male cousins rode on horseback in search for Mirza and Sahiba.

Sahiba, while keeping watch over her slumbering beloved, feared that her brother would soon catch up. She did not know what to do. If her brothers came and Mirza woke up then her brothers would be sure to die at the hands of Mirza’s quick arrows.

With the hope of her brother taking pity on her, Sahiba reached Mirza’s quiver and broke each sharp arrow it contained in half. She believed that no blood would be spilled this way. Suddenly, Sahiba’s brother and relatives found the couple under the tree. With one quick shot from Sahiba’s brother’s bow, Mirza awoke to an arrow piercing his throat. Mirza reached for his arrow and saw all the broken pieces. He looked up at Sahiba, searching for an answer in her face but was struck with yet another arrow, this time in the chest. Sahiba threw herself over him and together, they died.

— Wikipedia

It’s sad how some people find love but not a life together while some find people to live together yet no love.

And I Come Back Even Stronger

Hello there! How are you doing? Hope you’re having a great time. And If just in case you’re not, I’ve got a lovely song for you. It’s specifically about a woman, but hey, I don’t discriminate. You need some encouraging word with some fun music I’ve got it covered. Don’t worry about stuff. Have an ice cream cone and go walk on green grass. You’ll figure out some way to deal with life and come back even stronger. Yea..!? Agree. Here’s a quote from the lyrics.

Oh yes, I am wise
But it’s wisdom born of pain
Yes, I’ve paid the price
But look how much I gained

Enjoy the song. The weekend is almost here. Take care of yourselves. Loads of love.

TUDles..!! ❤ ❤ <3..!!!

Make Your Action Reflect Your Words.

I stumbled upon this video of a 12 year old girl talking to United Nations Conformance On Environment and Development in Rio de Janerio held from 3rd to 14th June 1992. And it is really something that leaves you speechless and I had to share this here. I don’t have anything to say or add to it. But I do wonder how the world is going to be when my kids will be of my age and how they’ll survive. It’s true that “You have to be the change you want to see” but I can’t help think if it’s enough.

Well It’s too late to make a post related to Earth and environment because Earth day’s gone quite while back. But it’s not really that late.