Posted on August 4, 2006
Filed Under >Adil Najam, Culture & Heritage, Music, People, Poetry
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16 responses to “Jugni, Bulleh Shah, Rabbi and Junoon”

  1. Watan Aziz says:

    First, when she gets to Kashmir, he says:

    Jugni jaa waRRi Kashmir
    jithay roz marraN das vee
    sooni-yan behnan day sohnay veer
    oo roo roo puchan,
    kiya jhagRa kai-yoN mukna vey
    jadouN Jehlum paani sukhna

    [Jugni walked into Kashmir
    where everyten or twenty die
    beautiful sister’s wonderful brothers
    and they cry out to ask
    when is this conflict going to end
    when the waters of Jehlum run dry]