Doosron Ko Hamari Sazayen Na De

written by Bashir Badr

Doosron Ko Hamari Sazayen Na De

— Bashir Badr

Doosron ko hamari sazayen na de
Chandni raat ko badduaen na de

Phool se ashiqi ka hunar seekh Ie
Titliyan khud rukengi sadayen na de

Sab gunahon ka iqrar karne Iagen
Is qadar khubsoorat sazaaen na de

Motiyon ko chhupa sepiyon ki tarah
Bewafaon ko apni wafaayen na de

Main bikhar jaunga Ansuon ki tarah
Is qadar pyar se badduaen na de

About the poet


Bashir Badr

Bashir Badr (Urdu: بشیر بدر ) is an acclaimed Indian poet of Urdu. Childhood Sayyed Mohammad Bashir Badr was born into a Muslim family at Ayodhya, in India. This city is known for its cultural and religious history. Bashir was the fourth child of Sayyed Nazir and Aaliya Begum. His father was an Assistant Accountant in the Indian Police and highly respected in the community. Bashir as a child was far clearer in thoughts and visions of life than the children of his age. Bashir throughout was an obedient and respectful child. When he was of age 7, he wrote his 1st Sher. He had a deep desire that even his shers should be published in a magazine. First of his shers were published...

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