Rajnish Manga

Gold Star - 249,688 Points (1951 / Meerut / Now at Faridabad)

राम न रहमान (Hindi) - Poem by Rajnish Manga

रोके हैं उसको राम न रहमान
आज तक
है दनदनाता क्यों यहाँ शैतान
आज तक
इंसानियत होती है क्यों जब तब
लहुलुहान
आदमी रहा क्यों है भला परेशान
आज तक.

Topic(s) of this poem: god, humanity, religion, blood

Form: Quatrain


Comments about राम न रहमान (Hindi) by Rajnish Manga

  • (2/5/2018 3:27:00 AM)

    we are a very mild race, our civilisation grew on the bank of The Ganges, peaceful agriculture was our source of livelihood.In the short run, that was our weakness and in the long run, our strength.Satan has ruled us, your poem
    says that beautifully. But nowhere satan had such a field day, such long and high score of his mischief.We need to sit up and think.
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  • Akhtar Jawad (8/7/2017 6:11:00 AM)

    Hasrat hay roo baroo na kareN hashr meN mujhe Kitne mere sawal hayN jinka nahiN jawab (Mir Taqi Mir) (Report)Reply

    Rajnish Manga(8/7/2017 8:34:00 AM)

    This she'r aptly describes the entire situation and the age old quest of man. Thanks a lot, Sir.

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  • Kumarmani Mahakul (7/5/2017 12:44:00 PM)

    आदमी रहा क्यों है भला परेशान
    आज तक... if we can't overcome the difficulties, are we called humans? A fantastic poem with nice theme is shared here really. Thank u Mangaji for posting such meaningful poem...10
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    Rajnish Manga(7/6/2017 3:46:00 AM)

    Sometimes, the evil forces take the upper hand with the result that the man is embroiled in difficult situations. But it is the forces of good which ultimately prevail over bad. Thanks a lot for your kind words of appreciation please.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, July 5, 2017



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