Aye dil-ye-nadaan, Dharmendra, Hema Malini, Jan Nisar Akhtar, Kamal Amrohi, nadan, Nida Fazli, Parveen Bhabi, Razia Sultan
Given Below are the lyrics of the song “aye dil-e-nadaan” from the film Razia Sultan directed by Kamal Amrohi. The film stars Hema Malini, Parveen Bhabi and Dharmendra in lead roles.
This was the last song written by Lyricist/poet Jan Nisar Akhtar. He passed away in the midst of the film and Nida Fazli was brought in to write the consequent songs.
Aye dil-e-nadaan, aye dil-e-nadaan
Oh my immature heart,
Aarzoo kyaa hain, justajoo kyaa hain
What’s your desire? What are you seeking?
Hum bhatakate hain, kyon bhatakate hain dashta-o-seharaa mein ?
I’m wandering. Why am i wandering in this wilderness?
Aisa lagata hain, mauj pyaasi hain apane dariyaa mein,
It seems that, the wave is thirsty in its own ocean,
Kaisi uljhan hain, kyon ye uljhan hain
What is this enigma? why is this enigma?,
Yek saayaa saa, rubaru kyaa hain
Like a shadow, what is present in front of me?
Kya kayamat hain, kyaa musibat hain
What’s this lassitude and turmoil for? whats this difficulty?,
Kah naheen sakate, kis kaa armaan hain,
Can’t say for whom this longing is,
Jindagi jaise khoyi khoyi hain, hairaan hairaan hain,
Life feels a little lost and confused,
Ye zameen chup hain, asmaan chup hain,
This earth is silent, and the sky is quite as well,
Fir ye dhadkan si chaar soo kya hain
Then why the sound of heartbeats everywhere
Aye dila-e-nadaan ayesi raahon mein kitane kaante hain
Oh my immature heart, there so many thorns like this in the path,
Aarzoon ne har kisi dil ko dard baante hain,
This longing has only conferred grief to every heart,
Kitane ghaayal hain, kitane bismil hain
So many are wounded already, so many are afflicted lovers,
Is khudai mein ek tu kyaa hain
Then who are you in this whole divinity?
Given below is the link to the song:
Ronak Sanghvi said:
The reason the song is so well known, and Lata Mangeshkar considers it amongst her favorites is because of the melodious music composed by Khaiyyaam. Credit should be given to the composer for highlighting the lyrics.
Ae dil-e-nadaan is one of my all time favourite Indian film songs and only known to me thanks to my parents’ excellent taste in music.
Apart from Lata’s heavenly voice, the lyrics are just so indescribably beautiful that I cannot help but love this song. It needs no extravagant musical composition to bolster it, each verse holds its own so well.
Thank you for translating this masterpiece and enhancing my appreciation.
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