TOP 20 AAINA SHAYARI


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ā.īna dekh apnā muñh le ke rah ga.e


sāhab ko dil na dene pe kitnā ġhurūr thā

ā.īna kyuuñ na duuñ ki tamāshā kaheñ jise


aisā kahāñ se lā.ūñ ki tujh kaheñ jise

ā.īne meñ vo dekh rahe the bahār-e-husn


aayā mirā ḳhayāl to sharmā ke rah ga.e

aa.ina dekh ke farmāte haiñ


kis ġhazab hai javānī merī

aa.ine se nazar churāte haiñ


jab se apnā javāb dekhā hai

banāyā toḌ ke ā.īna ā.īna-ḳhāna


na dekhī raah jo ḳhalvat se anjuman taraf

chāhe sone ke frame meñ jaḌ do


aa.ina jhuuT boltā nahīñ

dekhiyegā sambhal kar ā.īna


sāmnā aaj hai muqābil

dekhnā achchhā nahīñ zaanū pe rakh kar aa.ina


donoñ nāzuk haiñ na rakhiyo aa.ine par aa.ina

dekho qal.ī khulegī saaf us


ā.īna un ke muñh chaḌhā hai aaj

ham ne dekhā hai rū-ba-rū un ke


ā.īna ā.īna nahīñ hotā

ham sab ā.īna-dar-ā.īna-dar-ā.īna haiñ


kyā ḳhabar kaun kahāñ kis taraf dekhtā hai

ik baar jo TuuTe to kabhī juḌ nahīñ saktā


ā.īna nahīñ dil magar ā.īna-numā hai

itrā ke ā.īna meñ chiḌhāte the apnā muñh


dekhā mujhe to jheñp ga.e muñh chhupā liyā

koī bhūlā huā chehra nazar aa.e shāyad


ā.īna ġhaur se ne kabhī dekhā nahīñ

misl-e-ā.īna hai us rashk-e-qamar pahlū


saaf idhar se nazar aatā hai udhar pahlū

mushkil bahut paḌegī barābar choT hai


ā.īna dekhiyegā zarā dekh-bhaal ke

na dekhnā kabhī ā.īna bhuul kar dekho


tumhāre husn paidā javāb kar degā

pahle to merī yaad se aa.ī hayā unheñ


phir aa.ine meñ chuum liyā apne-aap ko


This selection of verses on mirror will surprise you at the very beginning. You would appreciate how a mirror that reflects our faces also projects the colourful images of this world. In reflecting the images of the lovers and the wide world around, the mirror acquires a symbolic identity for itself. Here, you are not before a mirror but you are face-to-face with a kind of poetry that uses mirror as a medium of complex representations.

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