Hindi Poem "Aaj Kuchh Mangti Hoon Priy"54
आज कुछ माँगती हूं मैं
प्रिय क्या दे सकोगे तुम?
मौन का मौन में प्रत्युत्तर
अनछुये छुअन का अहसास
देर तक चुप्पी को बाँध कर
खेलो अपने आसपास
क्या ऐसी सीमा में खुद को
प्रिय बांध सकोगे तुम
आज कुछ माँगती हूँ प्रिय...
तुम्हारे इक छोटे से दुख से
कभी जो मेरा मन भर आये
ढुलक पड़े आँखों से मोती
सीमा तोड़ कर बह जाये
तो ज़रा देर उँगली पर अपने
दे देना रुकने को जगह तुम
उसे थोड़ी देर का आश्रय
प्रिय क्या दे सकोगे तुम?
आज कुछ मांगती हूँ प्रिय...
कभी जब देर तक तुम्हारी
आंखों में मैं न रह पाऊँ
बोझिल से सपनों के भीड़
में धीरे से गुम हो जाऊँ
और किसी छोटे से स्वप्न
के पीछे जा कर छुप जाऊँ
ऐसे में बिन आहट के समय
को क्या लाँघ सकोगे तुम
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प्रेम राम है, प्रेम है सीता, प्रेम है मिलन की विरह को सहना, प्रेम कृष्ण है, प्रेम है राधा, प्रेम है प्रेम का चित में रहना। प्रेम नंही गाथा-सागर भर, ढाई अक्षर का सुंदर गहना, नंही है जिव्हा-मुख का वर्णन, प्रेम तो है बस चक्
Taking over the forums isn't going to help guys please try to keep you complaints to one forum......jimmy
There is a very simple procedure for flagging content that you feel is in violation of our content policy, such as that not written in English. We respond to those flags quite quickly, typically in less than 8 hours. Posting repeatedly to this forum is not appropriate, and you're rapidly losing sympathy by this action.
There is also a very simple procedure for filing a copyright complaint, that puts HubPages in compliance with the DMCA which is the U.S. law that protects copyright holders, publishers, and publishing services.
If you stop and think for a minute, you'd realize that there is no reliable way for a third party to determine the true holder of a copyright to a particular piece of content when there is a dispute. The DMCA takes a balanced approach, allowing copyright holders to request action, and allowing the accused to respond if they choose, and giving the service provider (ie. HubPages) very specific procedures that we must follow in terms of dealing with such requests.
If you're unwilling to file a DMCA complaint as copyright holder, then there is really nothing we can do to help you.
we are in india and we are not bound by US LAWS
the situation is more grave then you are thinking
not question of just lifting the article they are taking our identites by using our articles on their hubs . after some time people may feel when they see our article with sub standard porn and other things that we dont want to be associated with that we are authoring both the articles
and precisely why should we follow rules when your hubbers ae voilating it
its simple as soon as you get a post from some one on the forum go ahead and delete the hub if its in hindi
delete hubbers who are copying hindi content on their profiles
we are informing you and instead of appreciating us you are calling us spammers . and PLEASE we need no sympathy we need your action on our complaint.
The material and content that you post on a US-based, US-owned and US-operated web site is bound by US law.
A lot of people here have told you what to do to get this matter addressed. If you don't want to follow those procedures, then you're probably not going to get this matter resolved.
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