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chaand Sitaare phool aur khushboo .....

Yaadgaar Video rahegi ye bhi....Apna 1st year tha Manipal mein....naya naya Bihar ka ladka pahuch gaya Manipal Jaisi hi-fi jagah par....naa koi jaan-pehchaan....na khaas yaar dost...chand logon se jaan pehchaan badh rahi thi us waqt....ye video mid October 2004 ke paas ki hai...yaani mere MIT Manipal mein kariib 5-6 hafte beet chuke the....shaam ko event tha....aur maine Roshan se salaah maangi ki pahla function hai...bhaai looks change karne hain...bachaa le...aur Roshan ka solve kiya gaya Problem Statement is prakaar hai...

Ladke ka status: ghani patli mucchein, halki daadhi,dubla patla bihari chhora,chasme and formals pasand karne waala...'Main' ki jagah 'Hum' bolne waala...:))

Wannabe: Zyaada nahiin to kaam chalaau HUNK...:P....kam se kam metrosexual look to aae...taaki lage ki gaayak banaaras ke traditional gharaane se taaluk nahiin rakhte...nayi peedi ke ubharte kalaakaar hain...:))

Solution Suggested:
step 1....MUCCHEIN DAADHI UDDWA DO.....clean shave....agar naa …

Saare Jahaan se Accha....the तराना -ए-हिन्द

Saare Jahan Se Achchha (Urdu: سارےجہاںسےاچھا) is one of the enduring patriotic poems of the Urdu language. Written originally for children in the ghazal style of Urdu poetry by poet Muhammad Iqbal, the poem was published in the weekly journal Ittehad on 16 August 1904. Recited by Iqbal the following year at GovernmentCollege, Lahore, now in Pakistan, it quickly became an anthem of opposition to the British rule in India. The song, an ode to Hindustan-the land comprising present-day Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan-both celebrated and cherished the land even as it lamented its age-old anguish. Also known as Tarana-e-Hindi (Urdu: ترانۂہندی "Anthem of the People of Hindustan"), it was later published in 1924 in the Urdu book Bang-i-Dara. About the Poet, Sir Muhammad Iqbal (Urdu: محمداقبال) born (November 9, 1877 – April 21, 1938) was a Muslim poet, philosopher and politician born in Sialkot, British India (now in Pakistan), whose poetry in Urdu and Persian is considered to be am…