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Abb Yad Naa Kar…….. Song Lyrics – Lata Mangeshkar

    Abb Yad Naa Kar…….. (By: Lata Mangeshkar, Mukesh)

    From the movie – Anokha Pyar

    Abb Yad Naa Kar…….. Song Lyrics in English

    Abb yad naa kar bhul ja ai dil woh fasana
    Woh pyar kee ghadiya woh muhabbat kaa jamana
    Kyo yad tujhe aate hain biti huyi bate, (too bhul ja -2)
    Woh pyar ke din pyar kee rate
    Abb tut chuka hai woh tera kwab suhana
    Woh pyar kee ghadiya woh muhabbat kaa jamana
    Abb yad naa kar……..

    Ai jhumati leharati huyi mast hawao
    Ai pyare najaro, rangin fizao, o jake unhen aaj mera hal sunao
    Keh do ke mera dil hai tumhara hee diwana
    Hai pyar kee ghadiyan hai muhabbat kaa jamana

    Aati hain mere kan me yeh kisaki sadaye
    Tum dil se khud hee puchh lo ham kyo yeh bataye
    Yad aane laga – 3, phir mujhe woh bhula fasana
    Ai pyar kee ghadiya ai muhabbat kaa jamana

    Aa ja ke abb iss dard bhare dil ko bhulaye
    Armano ke gulashan me naye phul khilaye
    Ham tere hain, dil tera hai (yeh bhul naa jana -2) – (2)

    Abb Yad Naa Kar…….. Hindi Song Lyrics Translation

    Abb yad naa kar भुल ja ai dil fasana
    वोह प्यार की गदिया वह मुहब्बत का जमाना
    Kyo Yad Tujhe Aate Hindi Huyi Bate, (बहुत भी भुल जा -2)
    वोह प्यार के दीन प्यार की दर
    Abb tut chuka hai woh tera kwab suhana
    वोह प्यार की गदिया वह मुहब्बत का जमाना
    Abb yad naa kar ……..
    ऐ झुमति लेहरती हुई मस्त हौओ
    ऐ प्यारे नजारो, रंगिन फिजो, ओ जेक अनहेन आज मेरा हैल सुनोओ
    Keh do ke mera dil hai tumhara hee diwana
    है प्यार के गदियान है मुहब्बत का जमाना
    आती है मात्र कान मी ये किसकी सदाय
    तुम dil se khud hee puchh lo ham kyo yeh bataye
    याद ऐन लागा – 3, फ़िर मुजे वह भला फसाना
    ऐ प्यार की गदिया ऐ मुहब्बत का जमाना
    एए जे के एबीबी आईएसएस डार्ड भरे दिल को भुल्ले
    अरमेनो के गुलाशान मी नेय फुल खिलाय
    हैम तेरे है, दिल तेरा है (ये भुल ना जना -2) – (2)

    About the movie – Anokha Pyar

    Abb Yad Naa Kar........  (By: Lata Mangeshkar, Mukesh)

    The phases of our life are governed by circumstances. You and I feel these circumstances every day, every hour, every minute and every second, so much so that they rule the strings of our feelings, sentiments and actions. We simply can not avoid them. . Bindiya, the innocent, simple, active yet charming young girl used to stay in a hut and maintained her living by selling flowers. She used to pluck her flowers from the garden created by Nature on the bank of the rippling river. It was adorned by the ruins of the ancient palace. The scanty shadows designed by the sunbeams on the cracked floor of the palace and the reflections of the crystal clear water on the broken walls bounded by the luxuriant growth of the flowers made it an ideal spot. Ashok a young dreamer, a thinker and a writer selected this secluded spot to inspire him to write his novel. Bindiya, thinking this handsome youth as her customer, approached him and asked him in her childlike voice,Babu, wouldnt you buy the flowers from me ?Ashok looked at her and said,No. Bindiya told him that she could not find any customer to buy her flowers on that day. Ashok felt his pockets. They were almost empty. He had hardly a two anna piece in it. He placed it in her shapely hands. Bindiya threw away the piece and said,” What do you think I am ?” Ashok admired her. He smiled and took from her a glowing bud of rose. She thought he was grand. She began to like him. Yes,then she began to love him. . In the meantime Bindiya while returning home, met a tramp who used to take away her earning. He began to harass her. She cried and shouted for help. Ashok heard her cry and ran to help her. A herculean fist of the tramp sent him reeling on the ground, depriving him of his eyesight. . the circumstances sometimes behave with us very mathematically. Bindiya took him to the nearest doctor, who was a very kindhearted social worker. He admitted him in his small hospital-which was incidentally his home-and began to treat him for his eye trouble. Ashok met Geeta the doctors daughter,refined and cultured. Her chisel carved face and the graceful body impressed him as an angel of sublimity and beauty. In the absence of her father, she nursed his physique and soul. She sang a song which inspired Ashok to work on his novel. . The circumstances play the game of chess in mans life. Ashok thought of his weakness of economic condition and felt it too bad to visit Geeta. He resolved to meet her after getting sufficiently rich to stand with her family on the same level. He began to work on his novel with vigorous spirit and enthusiasm. . He often met Bindiya while he was writing his novel on the river bank. He liked to talk to her and listened to her innocent, lovely, chirping voice. She imagined the world too beautiful. . He liked her for her fancies and dreams. She loved him sincerely, truly. She thought he also loved her. Ashok loved Geeta, the paragon of beauty, culture and learning. Sometimes circustances play the game of hide and seek with human beings. Once Bindiya and Geeta met at the river bank. They went sentimental over theirboy. Their emotions clashed. There was a mighty storm in their hearts. Ultimately,Sublimity gave way to Innocence. . But the fate calculated their lives to be different. Ashok loved Geeta. He liked Bindiya but never loved her. But Geeta had given him up and had never shown a sign of remembering him. Once she very politely turned him out of her house. Ashok was flabbergasted, stunned. He couldnt read his future. It was all darkness. . The circustances were playing with him. They were responsible for many tears and blood. They alone can determine the shape of the lives of Bindiya, Geeta and Ashok. Let us watch them.