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gajanan mishra

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Mu tumaku bhala pae, Haederabad, (Odia)

Mu tumaku bhala pae, Haederabad,
Mu ebe tuma bhitare
ebam tume mo bhitare.

Mu tumara sabuku bhalapae, Haederabad
Tumara biriyani tumara erani(chai means tea)
Nu tunara sabuku bhala pae, gunujhunu,

Mu tmaku bhala pae Haederabad
Mu tumaku bhala pae ebam ehi prema pain
Mu ethaku asichhi, dekha, Bhagaban
Jagannathnka matiru, tumaku samman debaku.

Haederabad, mu tumaku bhala pae, ebam
ehi prema pain, mu bhuli jaichhi
Mo nijaku, mo priya, mora raskhayaka,
Mu tumaku bhala pae, karana tume ete pabitra

Submitted: Wednesday, May 07, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, May 07, 2014

Topic of this poem: love

This poem is the translation of I Love You, Hyderabad by gajanan mishra

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Mu hederabadku asichhi on je rahibi.

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