Main Agar describes an incomplete relationship and Laxman’s situation. He says – “Even if I rob the bright light from the stars.
Even if I rob the sweet melody from the winds. I still won’t be able to fill your absence with them”.
WORD- Ragini – Melody. The word has its origins in the Devanagari script, whose origins can be traced back to India, Tibet and Nepal. Kami - Absence.
“Even if I rob all the colours this view has on offer. Even if I rob blessings from the holy shrine. I still won’t be able to fill your absence with them”.
WORD – Rangatein – Colours, Mazaaron – Shrine, Barkatein – Blessings.
“This world now seems alien to me, you’re the only one, I consider my own. You are my truth, you’re my early morning dream.
I shall always keep waiting for you. May the lord have mercy, I hope you’re not wounded and broken”.
WORD- Parayi- Alien, Savere – Early morning, Sapna - Dream, Khasta – Wounded and broken.
FACT – Early morning dreams are known as precognitive dreams. These dreams sometimes turn into reality, later on in one’s life.
“Without you, as we age in this journey of life, I am extremely lonely. The speed of time which can’t be caught, I am that fleeting moment”.
WORD- Umr – Age, Safar – Journey, Raftaar – Speed, Lamha – Moment.
“The month of Phagun seems lifeless without you. When you aren’t around, even the monsoon rains feel dry”.
WORD- Pheeke – Lifeless, Saawan – Monsoon.
FACT– Phagun is the month which denotes the arrival of spring, when the festival of Holi is celebrated.
“Even if I rob all the rules that these books write about. Even if I rob all the benefits that I deserve, I still won’t be able to fill your absence with them”.
WORD- Kitabon – Books, Qayde – Rules, Hisaboon – Accounts, Faayde – Advantages.