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Woh jo hum mein tum mein qaraar tha, tumheiN yaad ho ke na yaad hoo

From a ghazal by Momin Khan Momin (1800-1851), sung by Begum Akhtar Woh jo hum mein tum mein qaraar tha,...

by Momin Khan Momin, Begum Akhtar
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Introduction to Theory of Literature: Semiotics and Structuralism (Lecture 8 of 26)

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Khawaja Ghulām Farīd's "Ishq Anokhaṛī Pīṛ"

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by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan
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Khawaja Ghulām Farīd's "Meṅḍā Ishq Bhi Tū"

In Multani Panjabi/Saraiki.

by Pathana Khan
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Vāris Shāh: Panjabi Qissa Poet (Part 2 of 2)

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by Manzur Ejaz
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Vāris Shāh: Panjabi Qissa Poet (Part 1 of 2)

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by Manzur Ejaz
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History and Literature: The State of Play: A Roundtable Discussion (Columbia University)

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Woh jo hum mein tum mein qaraar tha, tumheiN yaad ho ke na yaad hoo

From a ghazal by Momin Khan Momin (1800-1851), sung by Begum Akhtar Woh jo hum mein tum mein qaraar tha,...

by Momin Khan Momin, Begum Akhtar
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