Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Taj Mahal - A symbol of love?

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We know TAJ MAHAL as a Symbol of Love.
But the other lesser known facts :

1. Mumtaz was Shahjahan's 4th wife, out of his 7 wives.
2. Shahjahan killed Mumtaj's husband 2 marry her.
3. Mumtaj died in her 14th delivery.......
4. He then married Mumtaj's sister. 


Question arises
WHAT IS LOVE ??

See this and you will understand:
As a Bachelor :-

Takdir hai, magar kismat nahi khulti,
tajmahal banana chahata hoon,
lekin mumtaz nahi milti!!!!!!!!!

As a Lover :-

Takdir hai, magar kismat nahi khulti,
tajmahal banana chahata hoon,
mumtaz mil gayi hai magar,
wohSHAADI nahi karti!!!!!!!

As a married one :-

Takdir hai, magar kismat nahi khulti,
tajmahal banana chahata hoon,
lekin mumtaz nahi MARTI!!!!!!!!

After 5 years of Marriage :-

Tajmahal kya cheez hai,
isse badi imarat banaunga,
Mumtaz to marke dafan hui thi,
tuzhe to meinZINDA dafnaunga!!!!!!!!!!!

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