irajrajput asked:
Tell me the meaning of these words Fook chakna,dhakka marna,khatta tikna,vairne,mulhajhedaariyaan

Fook Chakkna: If someone false praises you and you believe all that, that is Fook Chakkna.
Dhakka Marna: To push
Khatta Tikana: Didn’t really understand
Vairne: Vairi means an enemy, vairne is the feminine of the same.
Mulajhedaariyan: Relatives



ki-gandh-paya:

Kurta Pajama


ki-gandh-paya:

Tere Layi || Babbal Rai

Cute stuff!


82 plays Mein Challi Piya Pakre

ki-gandh-paya:

Main Challi Piya Pakre || Punjabi Oldies

Aj tere ditte geetan chon tainu peya yaad karan..

Vatya nhi

What does this means dil naal dil nu vataya nhi?

‘Vataya’ means to exchange. ‘Nhi’ is used for negation. So this line translates to: you didn’t exchange your heart with mine (obviously not literally)
Chele?

Hi bro eh chele ki honda

Yaar chele is actually a word used in context to a master/teacher - student/follower relationship. Where a master/teacher is called ‘Guru’ or ‘Ustad’ and the student/follower is referred to as his ‘Chele’. For instance if you listen to Nusrat Saab’s Qawallis, he was referred as ‘USTAD Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan’. While the guys who sing behind him were mostly trained by him and also called his ‘Chele’. It is safe to say that Rahat Fateh Ali Khan was a Chela of Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. Chele is plural and Chela is singular masculine. Cheli being singular feminine. I hope this answers your question. :)

mar-jana:

just-another-din:

Perfection. They way he describes her and his feelings is beautifully pure.

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planetpunjab:

Neeru Bajwa in Aa Gaye Munde U.K. De

Mukhada gulabi tere toone haare nain ni
Qaatil adaavan saadi jaan kadd lain ni

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