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Hazaron saal nargis apni benoori pe roti hai
bahot mushkil se hota hai chaman me deedaewar paida
can anybody on inetrnet explain me this poetry?

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Asked by sharfaziz, 22 Nov '10 12:59 pm
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Nargis is a plant that bears beutiful fragrant flowers. Poet says that in spite of the beauty of Nargis, it cries for thousands of years, it is then that there happens to be someone who watches or admires (deedawar, dekhanewaala) its beauty.
Answered by navin gopal kango, 14 Apr '11 12:02 pm

 
  
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This is neither about bird nor about flower but for Profet Mohammed (swa). Allah has created noor and that noor was profet Mohammed (swa) thousands of year before. We (nargis) were without noor and crying for light but when he came to this world (garden) , a very few recognised him and seen the right path. This is also aayah of Quran. I cannot remember the aayah. This I was told by one of the interpreter of Iqbal poetry.
Answered by Seemab Zaman, 19 Nov '12 12:39 am

 
  
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Google me search maro
Answered by Shiva, 26 Nov '10 03:29 pm

 
  
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*Nargis is a beautiful flower but does not have any fragrance therefore no insect (bharwara) is attracted towards it and therefore she doubts her beauty.
Answered by vivek sharma, 15 Sep '12 10:41 pm

 
  
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Simple example is sachin tendulkar. IT means after so many decades or years passing some one born on earth to whom nobody can beat him.
Answered by muzaffar y kazi, 19 Nov '13 07:12 pm

 
  
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The correct meaning of this poetry from Allama Iqbal from his Tolu-e-Islam (Bang-e-Dara)
Nargis here is referred for a bird which is blind however one out of a million bird gets a vision, in this context the poetry is read as for a thousand years or for many continued generations Nargis cries for its blindness (be-noori), however with great difficulty or one bird out of these many many generations gets a vision who is able to view the beauty of the garden.
Source: Nazia Sultana - Urdu Scholar & Historian
Answered by Arbab Azmi, 29 Jun '12 02:11 am

 
  
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Nargis a beautiful flower is waiting for years and years( 1000 yrs) for her beloved to come and here belowed is Bhanwara ( bumble bee) who appreciates beauty of Nargis, Nargis imaginates when will beloved come and take out juice from her petals, appreciate her beauity ... but here tragedy is mismatch of their existence... i.e. Nargis flower comes out in a season when bumble bee is not there and true for vice versa
Answered by rakesh pandita, 16 Dec '11 12:16 pm

 
  
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