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Monday, 21 September 2015

ख़लिश




                            कोई ख़लिश
                         दिल के दरमियाँ
                          जागती - सोती 

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    1. 'kasak', 'tees', 'chubhan', 'peeda' / prick, pain, anxiety etc..
      Thank you Mridula:)

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  2. As per google khalish means chubhan
    Brilliant use of the word!

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    1. It symbolizes the epicentre:)
      Thank you Geetashree:)

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  4. बहुत खूब अमित जी !!

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  5. Lovely haiku. I didn't know the meaning of khalish, but believe me Amitji, this time I have a tanka coming up on a similar theme (and picture too). :-)

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    1. I do believe you, Somali, and look forward to reading it soon:)
      (Please don't hold it back for the funny reasons I held mine:):))

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  6. सुन्दर शब्द रचना
    http://savanxxx.blogspot.in

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    1. Chalo sahab, kisii ne toh suni;)
      Thank you Prasad:)

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  8. you are a blogger of depth in just few words, Amit :)

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    1. Humbled!
      Friends and supporters like you make me:) Thank you Roohi:)

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  9. Khaalish is a new word for me... Thank you Amitji...it's beautiful... :-)

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  10. brilliant...words mesmerize )

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  11. Didn't understand the word dharmiya. Sorry my Hindi is weak - could not appreciate your lovely words.

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    1. Never mind, Karthick...thank you for dropping by:)

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  12. Beautiful words Amit Ji :)

    Jo na mile toh satati hai khalish dil ko
    Jo mil jaye toh khalish aur javaa hoti hai..

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    1. Wah sahab, kyaa baat hai! Great rejoinder:) Thank you Renu:)

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  13. This one goes with the previous you had written on CHUBHAN.. kabhi kabhi yeh chubhan Hi aa jaate hai dil ke Darmiyaan...

    soti jaagti..

    Bikram's

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  14. I think you are definitely missing someone :) ;)

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  15. Who knows it better:) Thank you Manisha:)

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