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Rabbi Shergill – Bulla Ki Jaana lyrics

Bulla! ki jaana mai kaun

Na mai momin vich maseet aan
Na mai vich kufar diyan reet aan
Na mai paakaan vich paleet aan

Na mai andar ved kitaab aan,
Na mai renda bhang sharaab aan
Na mai renda masat kharaab aan

Na mai shaadi na ghamnaaki
Na mai vich paleeti paaki
Na mai aabi na mai khaki
Na mai aatish na mai paun


Bulla! ki jaana mai kaun X4

Na mai arabi na lahoria
Na mai hindi shehar nagauri
Na hindu na turak peshawri

Na mai bheth mazhab da paaya
Ne mai aadam havva jaaya
Na koi apna naam dharaaya

Avval aakhir aap nu jaana
Na koi dooja hor pehchaana
Maethon hor na koi siyaana
Bulla! shah khadda hai kaun

Bulla! ki jaana mai kaun

Na mai moosa na pharaun.
Na vich jaagan na vich saun.
Na mai aatish na mai paun
Na mai rehnda vich nadaun
Na vich baitthan na vich bhaun
Bulla! shah khadda hai kaun

Bulla! ki jaana mai kaun
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    I'm neither an atheist, nor am I perfectly spiritual. Nobody knows what I am. It's me, just me who knows what I am from inside.
    Nobody can decide this except me. I choose my religion, I choose my customs. But inside I'm still a human being. Just like every other human being on this planet.
    So why decide upon what I am. Because we are all the same.
    Bulla(the decider). He doesn't have the right to decide upon what I am. He doesn't know me.
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    QUOTE : ** "He is not talking about himself ,he is telling the existence of almighty God ,that God is not existing in these materialistic things which people's of different tradition suppose God is and phrase used "Bhulla ki Janna main Kon" means how could Bhulle shah would know what God is . we can understand this line by breaking "Bhulla ki Janna" , "main Kon" " **

    This IS the actual meaning of this kaafi. Bulleh Shah is conveying a message of one god and saying afterwards, "Bulla ki jaana, mai kaun" which actually, poetically expressed means "What Bulleh Shah knows about you."
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    Basically poet wants to convey that he's a free bird and limitless. There are no restrictions that can be imposed on him. He doesn't belong to any religion, cast or creed.
    Honestly, this poem should be made understand to those who're splitting the world in the name of Religion, cast, color or creed. God sends us free n takes us back free with no strings attached. So why this hate? Why this violence, this greed, this lust and this war?
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    He is not talking about himself, he is telling the existence of almighty God, that God is not existing in these materialistic things which people's of different tradition suppose God is and phrase used "Bhulla ki Janna main Kon" means how could Bhulle shah would know what God is. We can understand this line by breaking "Bhulla ki Janna", "main Kon".
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