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Rishton Ke Saare Manzar

Rishton Ke Saare Manzar Lyrics

Verse 1

I view all the spectacles of these relationships, quietly. A dagger in everyone’s hands, I watch quietly.

Arijit Singh brings forth the dual side of relationships.  Close knit relationships sometime turn sour and friends turn into enemies.

WORD- Manzar: Spectacle, Khanjar: Dagger.

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I view all the spectacles of these relationships, quietly. A dagger in everyone’s hands, I watch quietly.

Arijit Singh brings forth the dual side of relationships.  Close knit relationships sometime turn sour and friends turn into enemies.

WORD- Manzar: Spectacle, Khanjar: Dagger.

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Verse 2

The place where each moment of my childhood was nourished- I quietly watch that house in its deserted state.

He thinks about the rapid pace at which things change. What were once familiar and caring moments, no longer exist.

Arijit has grown up and looks back on his childhood which now seems bitter sweet.

WOR- Lamha: Moment, Ujhda: Deserted/Uprooted.

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The place where each moment of my childhood was nourished- I quietly watch that house in its deserted state.

He thinks about the rapid pace at which things change. What were once familiar and caring moments, no longer exist.

Arijit has grown up and looks back on his childhood which now seems bitter sweet.

WOR- Lamha: Moment, Ujhda: Deserted/Uprooted.

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Verse 3

My existence imposes upon me so many allegations, each time that I look into my heart quietly.

He looks back and ponders about all that he's ever done- and about the repercussions that have come along. In a way, he probably feels guilty.

WORD- Tohamat: Allegation, Wajood: Existence, Dharna: To impose.

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My existence imposes upon me so many allegations, each time that I look into my heart quietly.

He looks back and ponders about all that he's ever done- and about the repercussions that have come along. In a way, he probably feels guilty.

WORD- Tohamat: Allegation, Wajood: Existence, Dharna: To impose.

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Verse 4

After all, at some point, that pathway was the beginning of the destination. Now, I turn back and look at it quietly.

He has given up on everything that he thought was his own. Nothing seems the same but Arijit has moved on to better things.

At the same time, he is also grateful for his past experiences, it many not always have been joyful, but it has shaped him into who he is today.

WORD- Reh-guzar: Pathway, Manzil: Destination.

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After all, at some point, that pathway was the beginning of the destination. Now, I turn back and look at it quietly.

He has given up on everything that he thought was his own. Nothing seems the same but Arijit has moved on to better things.

At the same time, he is also grateful for his past experiences, it many not always have been joyful, but it has shaped him into who he is today.

WORD- Reh-guzar: Pathway, Manzil: Destination.

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  1. Shivranjan Poojari says:

    Wonderfull




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