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Bhattz: Since you're quite the paki, have you heard of Sohni Dharti? Or Paak sar zameen shaad baad? I remember when I was younger, we had to sing these on stage for a few years, for pak independance day. Paak sar zameen, ( the national anthem) I still know most of it off by heart but no idea what any of it means.

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Sohni Dharti Allah Rakhai Kadam Kadam Abad.. :whistle:

 

This is for you Sister Who, Enjoy:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-B9Xajhk64

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=38S7uwVNUgg

 

Qaumi Tarana:

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Transliteration:

 

Pak sarzamin shad bad

Kishware haseen shad bad

Tunishane azmealishan arze Pakistan

Markazeyaqin shadbad.

 

 

Pak sarzamin ka nizam quwate akhuwati awam

Qaum, mulk, Sultanat

Painda ta binda bad shad, bad man zele murad.

 

 

Parchame sitarao hilal

Rahbare tarraqio ka mal

Tarjumane mazishane hal jane istaqbal

Sayyai, khudae zul jalal.

 

English Translation:

 

Blessed be the sacred land,

Happy be the bounteous realm,

Symbol of high resolve,

 

Land of Pakistan.

Blessed be thou citadel of faith.

 

The Order of this Sacred Land

Is the might of the brotherhood of the people.

May the nation, the country, and the State

Shine in glory everlasting.

Blessed be the goal of our ambition.

 

This flag of the Crescent and the Star

Leads the way to progress and perfection,

Interpreter of our past, glory of our present,

Inspiration of our future,

Symbol of Almighty's protection.

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Guest Sister Who

LOL! thats jokes. That brings back so many random memories. We had to sing all sorts, one went something like

"Hum zinda kaum hai, Pa-inda kaum hai, hum sub ki hai pehchaan, hum sub ka pakistaan pakistaaaaaaaaaaan pakistaaan" and

"Main bhi pakistan hoon, too bhi pakistan hain... yeh meray Qa'id ki jeeti jagti tasweer hai, Hazrate Iqbal kay Khabon ki yeh tabeer hai" and

"Jeevay Jeevay Jeevay Pakistan"

 

and there was one more that I can't remember.

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I've only watched a few Coke Studio videos on the YouTubes, but from what I can gather, it's the bomb. Pakistani music pwns all else.

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I've only watched a few Coke Studio videos on the YouTubes, but from what I can gather, it's the bomb. Pakistani music pwns all else.

 

bomb and pakistan should never go together in the same post...you might get arrested by the feds for that :P

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Please take careful notice of the two sardarjis at the front..especially the one in the red turban ;)

 

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^i've heard that one before. it's been sooo long since i watched a pakistani song(vid)

 

My bangladeshi friend used to tell me that 'bangladeshis should leave rock music to the Pakistanis, they're good at it while we suck' biggrin.gif

 

 

 

 

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^ Your friend is absolutely right! Same goes for them damn Indians.

 

Jal is coming to LA! I might go.

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^ Your friend is absolutely right! Same goes for them damn Indians.

 

Jal is coming to LA! I might go.

 

same goes for your face. and pakistani's stink.

 

 

jay kay!! pakistani's are cool :)

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^ Your friend is absolutely right! Same goes for them damn Indians.

 

Jal is coming to LA! I might go.

JAL!!! :wub:

 

They have a "concert" (ie: they're performing at a pak mela) this weekend in toronto! B)

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OMGOMGOMG. I love this thread! :D

 

I've seen Atif Aslam, Noori and Call live.

 

Oh and I've been to Farhan's (the Jal guy) house :P Yes, I'm very cool :P Haha.

 

Call is awesome btw.

Gotta love Sab Bhula Ke

 

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^ Hey, that's not bad. I like it.

 

I saw Junoon live a few years back. Well, technically it was Junoon minus Brian O'Connell. I also got to meet Salman Ahmed about two months back. I discussed Sufism with him. He's an interesting guy, really tall too. Apparently he's in the process of writing a book.

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