Aaye Hain Samjhaney Log Hain Kitne Deewaney Log with lyrics in Hindi Urdu and English

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Aaye Hain Samjhaney Log Hain Kitne Deewaney Log with lyrics in Hindi Urdu and English – English Translation

How crazy Peoples are

Lyrics of Aaye Hain Samjhaney Log

Aaye Hain Samjhaney Log 
Hain Kitne Deewaney Log

Dair o Harm Main chain jo milta
Kyun Jatey Maikhaney Log

Jan Kar Sab Kuch, Kuch bhi Na Jaaney
Hain Kitne Anjaney Log

Vaqt pe Kaam Nahi aate Hain
Ye Janey pehchaney Log

ab jab mujhko hosh nahi hai
Aaye hain samjhaney log

Hindi Lyrics of Aaye Hain Samjhaney Log

आये हैं समझाने लोग
हैं कितने दीवाने लोग
दैर-ओ-हरम में चैन जो मिलता
क्यूँ जाते मयखाने लोग

जान के सब कुछ, कुछ भी ना जाने
हैं कितने अन्जाने लोग

वक़्त पे काम नहीं आते हैं
ये जाने पहचाने लोग

अब जब मुझको होश नहीं हैं
आये हैं समझाने लोग
हैं कितने दीवाने लोग

Urdu Lyrics of Aaye Hain Samjhaney Log

آئے ہیں سمجھانے لوگ
ہیں کتنے دیوانے لوگ

دیر و حرم میں چین کو ملتا
کیوں جاتے ميكھانے لوگ

جان کے سب کچھ، کچھ بھی نہ جانے
ہیں کتنے انجانے لوگ

وقت پہ کام نہیں آتے
یہ جانے پہچانے لوگ

اب جب مجھ کو ہوش نہیں ہیں
آئے ہیں سمجھانے لوگ
ہیں کتنے دیوانے لوگ

English Translation of Lyrics Aaye Hain Samjhaney Log

People have come to make me understand,
How crazy these people are.

The peace that is found in the forbidden,
Why do people need to dumb it down?

With all knowledge, they’re still ignorant,
How unknowing these people are.

They are never helpful when the time comes,
These familiar-recognizable people.

Now that I’m no longer conscious,
These people have come to make me understand.

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What is Ghazal?

The ghazal not only has a particular way but also traditionally deals with a variety of subjects and has encountered revolutions over the ages, especially after 1947 there was a drastic change in the subjects of ghazal opted by the Poets. The most prominent subject of ghazal even after the end of the romantic era of Urdu literature has been love, precisely an unconditional and superior love. Ghazals from the Indian subcontinent have an influence on Islamic mysticism, and the subject of love can usually be interpreted as a higher being or a mortal beloved. 

It is not possible to gain a full understanding of ghazal poetry without at least being familiar with some concepts of Sufism. Many of the major historical ghazal poets were either avowed Sufis themselves (like Rumi or Hafiz) or were sympathizers with Sufi ideas. Most ghazals can be viewed in a spiritual context, with the Beloved being a metaphor for God or the poet’s spiritual master. It is the great Divine Love of Sufism that serves as a model for all the forms of love found in ghazal poetry.

Ghazal Singer

Some notable ghazal singers are:

Ahmed Rushdi, Abida Parveen, Amjad Parvez,Anuradha Paudwal

Anup Jalota, Ataullah Khan, Ateeq Hussain Khan, Salma Agha

Kiran Ahluwalia, Begum Akhtar, Najma Akhtar, Ghulam Ali

Talat Aziz, Iqbal Bano, Jagjit Singh, Beauty Sharma Barua, Munni Begum, Asha Bhosle, Chandan Dass, Hariharan, Mehdi Hassan

Ahmed and Mohammed Hussain, Cassius Khan, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Ustad Amanat Ali Khan, Shahbaz Aman, Khalil Haider, Farida Khanum, Runa Laila, Master Madan, Talat Mahmood

Mahwash, Lata Mangeshkar, Penaz Masani, Aziz Mian, Habib Wali Mohammad, Mukesh, Sonu Nigam, Nizami Brothers, Nayyara Noor

Noorjehan, Bhimrao Panchale, Shishir Parkhie, Malika Pukhraj

Mohammed Rafi, Roop Kumar Rathod, Sunali Rathod, Reshma,

Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Sabri Brothers, Mohammad Hussain, arahant, Mohammad Reza Shajarian, Bhupinder and Mitali Singh, Jasvinder Singh, Ghazal Srinivas, Adithya Srinivasan, Tahira Syed

Manhar Udhas, Pankaj Udhas, Suresh Wadkar, Ahmad Wali, Alka Yagnik, and very young and fresh entry in Gazal world Pooja Gaitonde.

Indian Pakistani Ghazal Singers

Many Indian and Pakistani film singers are famous for singing ghazals, such as these:

Asha Bhosle, Ahmed Rushdi, Hariharan, Mehdi Hassan, Noor Jehan

Talat Mahmood, Lata Mangeshkar, Srilekha Parthasarathy, Mohammad Rafi, Ghulam Ali, K. L. Saigal, Chitra Singh, and New Voice Pooja Gaitonde.

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