Lyrics
Ishq Bina

Ishq Bina Lyrics

Verse 1

Is it worth dying without having loved? Is it worth living without love? Love is sweeter than sugar and is much sour than tamarind.

It is a promise well kept and at times, a thread that isn't strong enough and breaks. There is no loving or dying without having experienced love.

Lyricist, Anand Bakshi describes the two extremes of love. How it can be fragile as well as strong?

The protagonist firmly believes in the necessity of love in life and considers it futile to live or die without it.

WORD- Gud- Jaggery/Sugar, Imli - Tamarind, Vaada - Promise, Ishq - Love.

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Is it worth dying without having loved? Is it worth living without love? Love is sweeter than sugar and is much sour than tamarind.

It is a promise well kept and at times, a thread that isn't strong enough and breaks. There is no loving or dying without having experienced love.

Lyricist, Anand Bakshi describes the two extremes of love. How it can be fragile as well as strong?

The protagonist firmly believes in the necessity of love in life and considers it futile to live or die without it.

WORD- Gud- Jaggery/Sugar, Imli - Tamarind, Vaada - Promise, Ishq - Love.

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Verse 2

As I look down, there is love below me and above me, resides God. In between these two, exists everything.

If not one, engage in a hundred conversations. But all of them mean just one thing - God is prettier than anything in this world but love is prettier than God himself.

FACT - AR Rahman makes use of the Manjeera on Ishq Bina. Used a lot in devotional music, ironically this instrument is called the Taal which translates to Clap.

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As I look down, there is love below me and above me, resides God. In between these two, exists everything.

If not one, engage in a hundred conversations. But all of them mean just one thing - God is prettier than anything in this world but love is prettier than God himself.

FACT - AR Rahman makes use of the Manjeera on Ishq Bina. Used a lot in devotional music, ironically this instrument is called the Taal which translates to Clap.

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Verse 3

Love is not a diamond. Nor is it an emerald. It is simply a desire.

The protagonist states that love is an abstract object (an emotion) that projects the deepest desires of the heart and cannot be compared to any material possession.

WORD- Panna- Emerald; Tamanna- Desire.

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Love is not a diamond. Nor is it an emerald. It is simply a desire.

The protagonist states that love is an abstract object (an emotion) that projects the deepest desires of the heart and cannot be compared to any material possession.

WORD- Panna- Emerald; Tamanna- Desire.

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Verse 4

Who knows what love is? But this emotion called called love is known to all. This city of love has unknown paths and is home to several strangers.

Who knows about beloved's house? Life is short but the journey is long. Love is the pain and the cure to the pain. It is our beloved or maybe God himself.

Using contradictory explanations for love, lyricist, Anand Bakshi weaves an enigma around this emotion.

WORD- Dagar- Path; Safar- Journey, Anjaan - Strangers.

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Who knows what love is? But this emotion called called love is known to all. This city of love has unknown paths and is home to several strangers.

Who knows about beloved's house? Life is short but the journey is long. Love is the pain and the cure to the pain. It is our beloved or maybe God himself.

Using contradictory explanations for love, lyricist, Anand Bakshi weaves an enigma around this emotion.

WORD- Dagar- Path; Safar- Journey, Anjaan - Strangers.

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Verse 5

Is it worth dying without love? Is it worth living without love? You've heard the name of love but I have loved. Love is like a rose garden and a veil of thorns.

WORD- Gulshan - Rose Garden, Daaman - Veil.

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Is it worth dying without love? Is it worth living without love? You've heard the name of love but I have loved. Love is like a rose garden and a veil of thorns.

WORD- Gulshan - Rose Garden, Daaman - Veil.

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