Travel & Music - a brilliant photo for each song, a memorable song for each photo - Part 5

  Ever since we were children, music has been a part of my life. No one in my family was formally trained in any form of music, but my mom sang well and my sister too had a nice voice. Me, not so much. But nevertheless I enjoyed singing and also listening to music. I remember we had a little tape recorder which we used to record songs every Sunday. My parents would sing duets - "Hum aap ki aankhon mein is dil ko basa dein to" was their favorite. Then me and my sister would sing singles. I remember, I never liked the sound of my recorded voice, but I still recorded week after week.      Today as well, music is a big part of our family gatherings. My brother-in-law sings very well and also plays almost all musical instruments. VJ sings and whistles very well. So all gatherings see the two of them sing at least one song/ghazal each. And my sister and I too are courageous and don't hesitate to sing after these brilliant singers even if we stand out in contrast. Anyway, when we  travel together, we always carry our music with us. So we as a family are very musical. Now, let's continue with our exploration of good photographs that remind me of the songs that I love.        For some reason, I absolutely love this photograph. This is me losing myself a little to the gentle spray of this tiny waterfall on the way from Pelling to Yuksom. The song that it reminds me of is somewhat unrelated to a waterfall, and was shot on a beach. However, it speaks to my soul like no other. It is "Someday, someway" by MLTR.         My favorite lines from the song:     Try to throw the picture out of my mind  Try to leave the memories behind, ooh, ooh  Here by the ocean waves carry voices from you  Do you know the truth, I am thinking of you too?  Someday, someway together we will be baby  I'll take and you will take your time       This is a classic scene from the Scottish highlands. Quaint cottages on the banks of small rivers that flow into seemingly serene lochs. The weather is almost always damp with fog and clouds rolling down the hills. This beautiful postcard-style photograph captures the essence of Scotland. And reminds me of this beautiful number "Itna na mujhse tu pyaar badha..." from the movie Chhaya.        Following are my favorite lines from the song, because of the footloose free-spirit that I love.    मुझे एक जगह आराम नहीं  रुक जाना मेरा काम नहीं  मेरा साथ कहाँ तक दोगी तुम     मै देश विदेश का बंजारा      This photograph was clicked in August 2013 during monsoon in Goa. With soft drizzles and comparatively empty beaches, this was the best season to be there. And apparently we weren't the only people who had this idea. There were several couples out there on the beach, many more photogenic than us. This good-looking couple reminded me of the rather passionate "Khuda Jaane" from the movie Bachna ae Haseeno.        My favorite lines from the song because they depict a man embracing his insecurities and not being embarrassed by them.   दिल कहे के आज तो छुपा लो तुम पनाहों में  के डर है तुमको खो दूंगा  दिल कहे संभल ज़रा ख़ुशी को ना नज़र लगा  के डर है मैं तो रो दूंगा   करती हूँ सौ वादे तुमसे  बांधे दिल के धागे तुमसे  ये तुम्हें न जाने क्या हुआ   खुदा जाने के मैं फ़िदा हूँ  खुदा जाने मैं मिट गया  खुदा जाने ये क्यूँ हुआ है    के बन गए हो तुम मेरे खुदा      There are very few sights as dramatic as a sunset at  beach. Add a boat's silhouette and the photograph is complete. No wonder then that the sight has inspired so many paintings, songs, music. This particular photograph was shot on an endless lake near Siem Reap in Cambodia. And it reminds me of the iconic "Kahin door jab din dhal jaaye" from the movie Anand.        My favorite lines from the song:  कभी यूँहीं, जब हुईं, बोझल साँसें  भर आई बैठे बैठे, जब यूँ ही आँखें  कभी यूँहीं, जब हुईं, बोझल साँसें  भर आई बैठे बैठे, जब यूँ ही आँखें  तभी मचल के, प्यार से चल के  छुए कोई मुझे पर नज़र न आए, नज़र न आए  कहीं दूर जब दिन ढल जाए  साँझ की दुल्हन बदन चुराए    चुपके से आए   This is a series that can go on forever. And I love writing it, so it doesn't seem like I am going to run out of steam any time soon. Watch out for the next part.


Ever since we were children, music has been a part of my life. No one in my family was formally trained in any form of music, but my mom sang well and my sister too had a nice voice. Me, not so much. But nevertheless I enjoyed singing and also listening to music. I remember we had a little tape recorder which we used to record songs every Sunday. My parents would sing duets - "Hum aap ki aankhon mein is dil ko basa dein to" was their favorite. Then me and my sister would sing singles. I remember, I never liked the sound of my recorded voice, but I still recorded week after week. 


  Ever since we were children, music has been a part of my life. No one in my family was formally trained in any form of music, but my mom sang well and my sister too had a nice voice. Me, not so much. But nevertheless I enjoyed singing and also listening to music. I remember we had a little tape recorder which we used to record songs every Sunday. My parents would sing duets - "Hum aap ki aankhon mein is dil ko basa dein to" was their favorite. Then me and my sister would sing singles. I remember, I never liked the sound of my recorded voice, but I still recorded week after week.      Today as well, music is a big part of our family gatherings. My brother-in-law sings very well and also plays almost all musical instruments. VJ sings and whistles very well. So all gatherings see the two of them sing at least one song/ghazal each. And my sister and I too are courageous and don't hesitate to sing after these brilliant singers even if we stand out in contrast. Anyway, when we  travel together, we always carry our music with us. So we as a family are very musical. Now, let's continue with our exploration of good photographs that remind me of the songs that I love.        For some reason, I absolutely love this photograph. This is me losing myself a little to the gentle spray of this tiny waterfall on the way from Pelling to Yuksom. The song that it reminds me of is somewhat unrelated to a waterfall, and was shot on a beach. However, it speaks to my soul like no other. It is "Someday, someway" by MLTR.         My favorite lines from the song:     Try to throw the picture out of my mind  Try to leave the memories behind, ooh, ooh  Here by the ocean waves carry voices from you  Do you know the truth, I am thinking of you too?  Someday, someway together we will be baby  I'll take and you will take your time       This is a classic scene from the Scottish highlands. Quaint cottages on the banks of small rivers that flow into seemingly serene lochs. The weather is almost always damp with fog and clouds rolling down the hills. This beautiful postcard-style photograph captures the essence of Scotland. And reminds me of this beautiful number "Itna na mujhse tu pyaar badha..." from the movie Chhaya.        Following are my favorite lines from the song, because of the footloose free-spirit that I love.    मुझे एक जगह आराम नहीं  रुक जाना मेरा काम नहीं  मेरा साथ कहाँ तक दोगी तुम     मै देश विदेश का बंजारा      This photograph was clicked in August 2013 during monsoon in Goa. With soft drizzles and comparatively empty beaches, this was the best season to be there. And apparently we weren't the only people who had this idea. There were several couples out there on the beach, many more photogenic than us. This good-looking couple reminded me of the rather passionate "Khuda Jaane" from the movie Bachna ae Haseeno.        My favorite lines from the song because they depict a man embracing his insecurities and not being embarrassed by them.   दिल कहे के आज तो छुपा लो तुम पनाहों में  के डर है तुमको खो दूंगा  दिल कहे संभल ज़रा ख़ुशी को ना नज़र लगा  के डर है मैं तो रो दूंगा   करती हूँ सौ वादे तुमसे  बांधे दिल के धागे तुमसे  ये तुम्हें न जाने क्या हुआ   खुदा जाने के मैं फ़िदा हूँ  खुदा जाने मैं मिट गया  खुदा जाने ये क्यूँ हुआ है    के बन गए हो तुम मेरे खुदा      There are very few sights as dramatic as a sunset at  beach. Add a boat's silhouette and the photograph is complete. No wonder then that the sight has inspired so many paintings, songs, music. This particular photograph was shot on an endless lake near Siem Reap in Cambodia. And it reminds me of the iconic "Kahin door jab din dhal jaaye" from the movie Anand.        My favorite lines from the song:  कभी यूँहीं, जब हुईं, बोझल साँसें  भर आई बैठे बैठे, जब यूँ ही आँखें  कभी यूँहीं, जब हुईं, बोझल साँसें  भर आई बैठे बैठे, जब यूँ ही आँखें  तभी मचल के, प्यार से चल के  छुए कोई मुझे पर नज़र न आए, नज़र न आए  कहीं दूर जब दिन ढल जाए  साँझ की दुल्हन बदन चुराए    चुपके से आए   This is a series that can go on forever. And I love writing it, so it doesn't seem like I am going to run out of steam any time soon. Watch out for the next part.


Today as well, music is a big part of our family gatherings. My brother-in-law sings very well and also plays almost all musical instruments. VJ sings and whistles very well. So all gatherings see the two of them sing at least one song/ghazal each. And my sister and I too are courageous and don't hesitate to sing after these brilliant singers even if we stand out in contrast. Anyway, when we  travel together, we always carry our music with us. So we as a family are very musical. Now, let's continue with our exploration of good photographs that remind me of the songs that I love.


  Ever since we were children, music has been a part of my life. No one in my family was formally trained in any form of music, but my mom sang well and my sister too had a nice voice. Me, not so much. But nevertheless I enjoyed singing and also listening to music. I remember we had a little tape recorder which we used to record songs every Sunday. My parents would sing duets - "Hum aap ki aankhon mein is dil ko basa dein to" was their favorite. Then me and my sister would sing singles. I remember, I never liked the sound of my recorded voice, but I still recorded week after week.      Today as well, music is a big part of our family gatherings. My brother-in-law sings very well and also plays almost all musical instruments. VJ sings and whistles very well. So all gatherings see the two of them sing at least one song/ghazal each. And my sister and I too are courageous and don't hesitate to sing after these brilliant singers even if we stand out in contrast. Anyway, when we  travel together, we always carry our music with us. So we as a family are very musical. Now, let's continue with our exploration of good photographs that remind me of the songs that I love.        For some reason, I absolutely love this photograph. This is me losing myself a little to the gentle spray of this tiny waterfall on the way from Pelling to Yuksom. The song that it reminds me of is somewhat unrelated to a waterfall, and was shot on a beach. However, it speaks to my soul like no other. It is "Someday, someway" by MLTR.         My favorite lines from the song:     Try to throw the picture out of my mind  Try to leave the memories behind, ooh, ooh  Here by the ocean waves carry voices from you  Do you know the truth, I am thinking of you too?  Someday, someway together we will be baby  I'll take and you will take your time       This is a classic scene from the Scottish highlands. Quaint cottages on the banks of small rivers that flow into seemingly serene lochs. The weather is almost always damp with fog and clouds rolling down the hills. This beautiful postcard-style photograph captures the essence of Scotland. And reminds me of this beautiful number "Itna na mujhse tu pyaar badha..." from the movie Chhaya.        Following are my favorite lines from the song, because of the footloose free-spirit that I love.    मुझे एक जगह आराम नहीं  रुक जाना मेरा काम नहीं  मेरा साथ कहाँ तक दोगी तुम     मै देश विदेश का बंजारा      This photograph was clicked in August 2013 during monsoon in Goa. With soft drizzles and comparatively empty beaches, this was the best season to be there. And apparently we weren't the only people who had this idea. There were several couples out there on the beach, many more photogenic than us. This good-looking couple reminded me of the rather passionate "Khuda Jaane" from the movie Bachna ae Haseeno.        My favorite lines from the song because they depict a man embracing his insecurities and not being embarrassed by them.   दिल कहे के आज तो छुपा लो तुम पनाहों में  के डर है तुमको खो दूंगा  दिल कहे संभल ज़रा ख़ुशी को ना नज़र लगा  के डर है मैं तो रो दूंगा   करती हूँ सौ वादे तुमसे  बांधे दिल के धागे तुमसे  ये तुम्हें न जाने क्या हुआ   खुदा जाने के मैं फ़िदा हूँ  खुदा जाने मैं मिट गया  खुदा जाने ये क्यूँ हुआ है    के बन गए हो तुम मेरे खुदा      There are very few sights as dramatic as a sunset at  beach. Add a boat's silhouette and the photograph is complete. No wonder then that the sight has inspired so many paintings, songs, music. This particular photograph was shot on an endless lake near Siem Reap in Cambodia. And it reminds me of the iconic "Kahin door jab din dhal jaaye" from the movie Anand.        My favorite lines from the song:  कभी यूँहीं, जब हुईं, बोझल साँसें  भर आई बैठे बैठे, जब यूँ ही आँखें  कभी यूँहीं, जब हुईं, बोझल साँसें  भर आई बैठे बैठे, जब यूँ ही आँखें  तभी मचल के, प्यार से चल के  छुए कोई मुझे पर नज़र न आए, नज़र न आए  कहीं दूर जब दिन ढल जाए  साँझ की दुल्हन बदन चुराए    चुपके से आए   This is a series that can go on forever. And I love writing it, so it doesn't seem like I am going to run out of steam any time soon. Watch out for the next part.

For some reason, I absolutely love this photograph. This is me losing myself a little to the gentle spray of this tiny waterfall on the way from Pelling to Yuksom. The song that it reminds me of is somewhat unrelated to a waterfall, and was shot on a beach. However, it speaks to my soul like no other. It is "Someday, someway" by MLTR. 


My favorite lines from the song:


Try to throw the picture out of my mind
Try to leave the memories behind, ooh, ooh
Here by the ocean waves carry voices from you
Do you know the truth, I am thinking of you too?
Someday, someway together we will be baby
I'll take and you will take your time 

  Ever since we were children, music has been a part of my life. No one in my family was formally trained in any form of music, but my mom sang well and my sister too had a nice voice. Me, not so much. But nevertheless I enjoyed singing and also listening to music. I remember we had a little tape recorder which we used to record songs every Sunday. My parents would sing duets - "Hum aap ki aankhon mein is dil ko basa dein to" was their favorite. Then me and my sister would sing singles. I remember, I never liked the sound of my recorded voice, but I still recorded week after week.      Today as well, music is a big part of our family gatherings. My brother-in-law sings very well and also plays almost all musical instruments. VJ sings and whistles very well. So all gatherings see the two of them sing at least one song/ghazal each. And my sister and I too are courageous and don't hesitate to sing after these brilliant singers even if we stand out in contrast. Anyway, when we  travel together, we always carry our music with us. So we as a family are very musical. Now, let's continue with our exploration of good photographs that remind me of the songs that I love.        For some reason, I absolutely love this photograph. This is me losing myself a little to the gentle spray of this tiny waterfall on the way from Pelling to Yuksom. The song that it reminds me of is somewhat unrelated to a waterfall, and was shot on a beach. However, it speaks to my soul like no other. It is "Someday, someway" by MLTR.         My favorite lines from the song:     Try to throw the picture out of my mind  Try to leave the memories behind, ooh, ooh  Here by the ocean waves carry voices from you  Do you know the truth, I am thinking of you too?  Someday, someway together we will be baby  I'll take and you will take your time       This is a classic scene from the Scottish highlands. Quaint cottages on the banks of small rivers that flow into seemingly serene lochs. The weather is almost always damp with fog and clouds rolling down the hills. This beautiful postcard-style photograph captures the essence of Scotland. And reminds me of this beautiful number "Itna na mujhse tu pyaar badha..." from the movie Chhaya.        Following are my favorite lines from the song, because of the footloose free-spirit that I love.    मुझे एक जगह आराम नहीं  रुक जाना मेरा काम नहीं  मेरा साथ कहाँ तक दोगी तुम     मै देश विदेश का बंजारा      This photograph was clicked in August 2013 during monsoon in Goa. With soft drizzles and comparatively empty beaches, this was the best season to be there. And apparently we weren't the only people who had this idea. There were several couples out there on the beach, many more photogenic than us. This good-looking couple reminded me of the rather passionate "Khuda Jaane" from the movie Bachna ae Haseeno.        My favorite lines from the song because they depict a man embracing his insecurities and not being embarrassed by them.   दिल कहे के आज तो छुपा लो तुम पनाहों में  के डर है तुमको खो दूंगा  दिल कहे संभल ज़रा ख़ुशी को ना नज़र लगा  के डर है मैं तो रो दूंगा   करती हूँ सौ वादे तुमसे  बांधे दिल के धागे तुमसे  ये तुम्हें न जाने क्या हुआ   खुदा जाने के मैं फ़िदा हूँ  खुदा जाने मैं मिट गया  खुदा जाने ये क्यूँ हुआ है    के बन गए हो तुम मेरे खुदा      There are very few sights as dramatic as a sunset at  beach. Add a boat's silhouette and the photograph is complete. No wonder then that the sight has inspired so many paintings, songs, music. This particular photograph was shot on an endless lake near Siem Reap in Cambodia. And it reminds me of the iconic "Kahin door jab din dhal jaaye" from the movie Anand.        My favorite lines from the song:  कभी यूँहीं, जब हुईं, बोझल साँसें  भर आई बैठे बैठे, जब यूँ ही आँखें  कभी यूँहीं, जब हुईं, बोझल साँसें  भर आई बैठे बैठे, जब यूँ ही आँखें  तभी मचल के, प्यार से चल के  छुए कोई मुझे पर नज़र न आए, नज़र न आए  कहीं दूर जब दिन ढल जाए  साँझ की दुल्हन बदन चुराए    चुपके से आए   This is a series that can go on forever. And I love writing it, so it doesn't seem like I am going to run out of steam any time soon. Watch out for the next part.

This is a classic scene from the Scottish highlands. Quaint cottages on the banks of small rivers that flow into seemingly serene lochs. The weather is almost always damp with fog and clouds rolling down the hills. This beautiful postcard-style photograph captures the essence of Scotland. And reminds me of this beautiful number "Itna na mujhse tu pyaar badha..." from the movie Chhaya. 



Following are my favorite lines from the song, because of the footloose free-spirit that I love. 



मुझे एक जगह आराम नहीं

रुक जाना मेरा काम नहीं
मेरा साथ कहाँ तक दोगी तुम 

मै देश विदेश का बंजारा

  Ever since we were children, music has been a part of my life. No one in my family was formally trained in any form of music, but my mom sang well and my sister too had a nice voice. Me, not so much. But nevertheless I enjoyed singing and also listening to music. I remember we had a little tape recorder which we used to record songs every Sunday. My parents would sing duets - "Hum aap ki aankhon mein is dil ko basa dein to" was their favorite. Then me and my sister would sing singles. I remember, I never liked the sound of my recorded voice, but I still recorded week after week.      Today as well, music is a big part of our family gatherings. My brother-in-law sings very well and also plays almost all musical instruments. VJ sings and whistles very well. So all gatherings see the two of them sing at least one song/ghazal each. And my sister and I too are courageous and don't hesitate to sing after these brilliant singers even if we stand out in contrast. Anyway, when we  travel together, we always carry our music with us. So we as a family are very musical. Now, let's continue with our exploration of good photographs that remind me of the songs that I love.        For some reason, I absolutely love this photograph. This is me losing myself a little to the gentle spray of this tiny waterfall on the way from Pelling to Yuksom. The song that it reminds me of is somewhat unrelated to a waterfall, and was shot on a beach. However, it speaks to my soul like no other. It is "Someday, someway" by MLTR.         My favorite lines from the song:     Try to throw the picture out of my mind  Try to leave the memories behind, ooh, ooh  Here by the ocean waves carry voices from you  Do you know the truth, I am thinking of you too?  Someday, someway together we will be baby  I'll take and you will take your time       This is a classic scene from the Scottish highlands. Quaint cottages on the banks of small rivers that flow into seemingly serene lochs. The weather is almost always damp with fog and clouds rolling down the hills. This beautiful postcard-style photograph captures the essence of Scotland. And reminds me of this beautiful number "Itna na mujhse tu pyaar badha..." from the movie Chhaya.        Following are my favorite lines from the song, because of the footloose free-spirit that I love.    मुझे एक जगह आराम नहीं  रुक जाना मेरा काम नहीं  मेरा साथ कहाँ तक दोगी तुम     मै देश विदेश का बंजारा      This photograph was clicked in August 2013 during monsoon in Goa. With soft drizzles and comparatively empty beaches, this was the best season to be there. And apparently we weren't the only people who had this idea. There were several couples out there on the beach, many more photogenic than us. This good-looking couple reminded me of the rather passionate "Khuda Jaane" from the movie Bachna ae Haseeno.        My favorite lines from the song because they depict a man embracing his insecurities and not being embarrassed by them.   दिल कहे के आज तो छुपा लो तुम पनाहों में  के डर है तुमको खो दूंगा  दिल कहे संभल ज़रा ख़ुशी को ना नज़र लगा  के डर है मैं तो रो दूंगा   करती हूँ सौ वादे तुमसे  बांधे दिल के धागे तुमसे  ये तुम्हें न जाने क्या हुआ   खुदा जाने के मैं फ़िदा हूँ  खुदा जाने मैं मिट गया  खुदा जाने ये क्यूँ हुआ है    के बन गए हो तुम मेरे खुदा      There are very few sights as dramatic as a sunset at  beach. Add a boat's silhouette and the photograph is complete. No wonder then that the sight has inspired so many paintings, songs, music. This particular photograph was shot on an endless lake near Siem Reap in Cambodia. And it reminds me of the iconic "Kahin door jab din dhal jaaye" from the movie Anand.        My favorite lines from the song:  कभी यूँहीं, जब हुईं, बोझल साँसें  भर आई बैठे बैठे, जब यूँ ही आँखें  कभी यूँहीं, जब हुईं, बोझल साँसें  भर आई बैठे बैठे, जब यूँ ही आँखें  तभी मचल के, प्यार से चल के  छुए कोई मुझे पर नज़र न आए, नज़र न आए  कहीं दूर जब दिन ढल जाए  साँझ की दुल्हन बदन चुराए    चुपके से आए   This is a series that can go on forever. And I love writing it, so it doesn't seem like I am going to run out of steam any time soon. Watch out for the next part.

This photograph was clicked in August 2013 during monsoon in Goa. With soft drizzles and comparatively empty beaches, this was the best season to be there. And apparently we weren't the only people who had this idea. There were several couples out there on the beach, many more photogenic than us. This good-looking couple reminded me of the rather passionate "Khuda Jaane" from the movie Bachna ae Haseeno. 



My favorite lines from the song because they depict a man embracing his insecurities and not being embarrassed by them. 

दिल कहे के आज तो छुपा लो तुम पनाहों में
के डर है तुमको खो दूंगा
दिल कहे संभल ज़रा ख़ुशी को ना नज़र लगा
के डर है मैं तो रो दूंगा


करती हूँ सौ वादे तुमसे

बांधे दिल के धागे तुमसे
ये तुम्हें न जाने क्या हुआ


खुदा जाने के मैं फ़िदा हूँ

खुदा जाने मैं मिट गया
खुदा जाने ये क्यूँ हुआ है

के बन गए हो तुम मेरे खुदा

  Ever since we were children, music has been a part of my life. No one in my family was formally trained in any form of music, but my mom sang well and my sister too had a nice voice. Me, not so much. But nevertheless I enjoyed singing and also listening to music. I remember we had a little tape recorder which we used to record songs every Sunday. My parents would sing duets - "Hum aap ki aankhon mein is dil ko basa dein to" was their favorite. Then me and my sister would sing singles. I remember, I never liked the sound of my recorded voice, but I still recorded week after week.      Today as well, music is a big part of our family gatherings. My brother-in-law sings very well and also plays almost all musical instruments. VJ sings and whistles very well. So all gatherings see the two of them sing at least one song/ghazal each. And my sister and I too are courageous and don't hesitate to sing after these brilliant singers even if we stand out in contrast. Anyway, when we  travel together, we always carry our music with us. So we as a family are very musical. Now, let's continue with our exploration of good photographs that remind me of the songs that I love.        For some reason, I absolutely love this photograph. This is me losing myself a little to the gentle spray of this tiny waterfall on the way from Pelling to Yuksom. The song that it reminds me of is somewhat unrelated to a waterfall, and was shot on a beach. However, it speaks to my soul like no other. It is "Someday, someway" by MLTR.         My favorite lines from the song:     Try to throw the picture out of my mind  Try to leave the memories behind, ooh, ooh  Here by the ocean waves carry voices from you  Do you know the truth, I am thinking of you too?  Someday, someway together we will be baby  I'll take and you will take your time       This is a classic scene from the Scottish highlands. Quaint cottages on the banks of small rivers that flow into seemingly serene lochs. The weather is almost always damp with fog and clouds rolling down the hills. This beautiful postcard-style photograph captures the essence of Scotland. And reminds me of this beautiful number "Itna na mujhse tu pyaar badha..." from the movie Chhaya.        Following are my favorite lines from the song, because of the footloose free-spirit that I love.    मुझे एक जगह आराम नहीं  रुक जाना मेरा काम नहीं  मेरा साथ कहाँ तक दोगी तुम     मै देश विदेश का बंजारा      This photograph was clicked in August 2013 during monsoon in Goa. With soft drizzles and comparatively empty beaches, this was the best season to be there. And apparently we weren't the only people who had this idea. There were several couples out there on the beach, many more photogenic than us. This good-looking couple reminded me of the rather passionate "Khuda Jaane" from the movie Bachna ae Haseeno.        My favorite lines from the song because they depict a man embracing his insecurities and not being embarrassed by them.   दिल कहे के आज तो छुपा लो तुम पनाहों में  के डर है तुमको खो दूंगा  दिल कहे संभल ज़रा ख़ुशी को ना नज़र लगा  के डर है मैं तो रो दूंगा   करती हूँ सौ वादे तुमसे  बांधे दिल के धागे तुमसे  ये तुम्हें न जाने क्या हुआ   खुदा जाने के मैं फ़िदा हूँ  खुदा जाने मैं मिट गया  खुदा जाने ये क्यूँ हुआ है    के बन गए हो तुम मेरे खुदा      There are very few sights as dramatic as a sunset at  beach. Add a boat's silhouette and the photograph is complete. No wonder then that the sight has inspired so many paintings, songs, music. This particular photograph was shot on an endless lake near Siem Reap in Cambodia. And it reminds me of the iconic "Kahin door jab din dhal jaaye" from the movie Anand.        My favorite lines from the song:  कभी यूँहीं, जब हुईं, बोझल साँसें  भर आई बैठे बैठे, जब यूँ ही आँखें  कभी यूँहीं, जब हुईं, बोझल साँसें  भर आई बैठे बैठे, जब यूँ ही आँखें  तभी मचल के, प्यार से चल के  छुए कोई मुझे पर नज़र न आए, नज़र न आए  कहीं दूर जब दिन ढल जाए  साँझ की दुल्हन बदन चुराए    चुपके से आए   This is a series that can go on forever. And I love writing it, so it doesn't seem like I am going to run out of steam any time soon. Watch out for the next part.

There are very few sights as dramatic as a sunset at  beach. Add a boat's silhouette and the photograph is complete. No wonder then that the sight has inspired so many paintings, songs, music. This particular photograph was shot on an endless lake near Siem Reap in Cambodia. And it reminds me of the iconic "Kahin door jab din dhal jaaye" from the movie Anand. 



My favorite lines from the song:

कभी यूँहीं, जब हुईं, बोझल साँसें
भर आई बैठे बैठे, जब यूँ ही आँखें
कभी यूँहीं, जब हुईं, बोझल साँसें
भर आई बैठे बैठे, जब यूँ ही आँखें
तभी मचल के, प्यार से चल के
छुए कोई मुझे पर नज़र न आए, नज़र न आए
कहीं दूर जब दिन ढल जाए
साँझ की दुल्हन बदन चुराए

चुपके से आए


This is a series that can go on forever. And I love writing it, so it doesn't seem like I am going to run out of steam any time soon. Watch out for the next part. 



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