YOGA

When unconscious became conscious this is Samadhi

O saint Khwaja reside in my heart May 18, 2008


This song is dedicated to Hazrat Khawaja Nizamuddin Auliya (1238 – 3 April 1325) also known as Hazrat Nizamuddin, was a famous Sunni Sufi saint of the Chishti Order in India.

 

Khwaja mere Khwaja – lyrics – English Translation

Khwajaji, khwaja
(O saint khwaja)
Khwajaji, khwaja, khwaja ji
(O saint khwaja) ; (O saint khwaja)
Ya gharib nawaz
(The one who cherishes/soothes the poor)
Ya moinuddin, ya khwaja ji
(O Moinuddin Chisti), (O khwaja saint)
Khwaja mere khwaja
(O saint khwaja)
Dil mein sama ja
(Reside in my heart)
Shaho ka shah tu
(You are the king of kings)
Ali ka dulara
(Ali’s beloved)
Khwaja mere khwaja dil mein sama ja
(O saint khwaja); (Reside in my heart)
Beqaso ki taqdeer, tune hai sawari
(The destiny of the ones in despair, you have changed for the better)
Khwaja mere khwaja
(O saint khwaja)
Tere darbar mein khwaja
(At your door, o khwaja)
Door toh hai dekha
(I’ve seen it from afar)
Sar jhuka te hai auliya
(Your confidents/protectors/confessors bow down to you)
Tu hai Hindalwali khwaja
(You are the hindalwali Khwaja)
Rutba hai pyara
(Your status is glorious/great)
Chahne se tujhko khwaja ji mustafa ko paya
(By wishing/worshipping you Khwaja, I have found Muhammad [the chosen one])
Khwaja mere khwaja
(O saint khwaja)
Dil mein sama ja
(Reside in my heart)
Shaho ka shah tu
(You are the king of kings)
Ali ka dulara
(Ali’s beloved)
Mere peer ka sadka
(The alms of my old age)
Hai mere peer ka sadka
(It is the charity of my old age)
Tera daaman hai thama
(That I have come in your refuge)
Khawajaji
Tali har bala humari
(All my problems/crisis have been averted)
Chaya hai khumar tera
(Your trance is all over me)
Jitna bhi rashk kare beshak
(No matter how much one may envy (rashk) be jealous)
Toh kam hai ae mere khwaja
(Its just too less, o khwaja)
Tere kadmo ko mere rehnuma nahi chodna gawara
(Its not acceptable(gawara) , o my guide(rehnuma), to leave your feet(kadmo)now.)
Khwaja mere khwaja
(O saint khwaja)
Dil mein sama ja
(Reside in my heart)
Shaho ka shah tu
(You are the king of kings)
Ali ka dulara
(Ali’s beloved)
Khwaja mere khwaja dil mein sama ja
(O saint khwaja); (Reside in my heart)
Beqaso ki taqdeer, tune hai sawari
(The destiny of the ones in despair, you have changed for the better)

 

 

 

11 Responses to “O saint Khwaja reside in my heart”

  1. radha Says:

    it s great to have these lyrics! pls see also this (it s all about qawaali) http://nusrat.info/

  2. radha Says:

    brings tears to the eyes this song..

  3. Peter Says:

    It was the same with me dear Radha.

    I can listen this song again and again and my Kundalini like it as well.

    🙂

  4. Wagonette Says:

    Somehow i missed the point. Probably lost in translation 🙂 Anyway … nice blog to visit.

    cheers, Wagonette

  5. Afaaque Says:

    some of the translation is wrong.

    Chahne se tujhko khwaja ji mustafa ko paya
    (By wishing/worshipping you Khwaja, I have found Muhammad [the chosen one])…

    for example is a really gross error. I cant make it out clearly but “Chahne” sounds like loving Or if there is a “n” sound it would be translated as searching.

  6. Peter Says:

    Thanks for your comment.

    I will be more than happy to see your translation.
    🙂

  7. Gulbahar Randhawa Says:

    when ever khwaja ji calls me i become so helpless, i just leave everything and run to Ajmer YA GARIB NAWAZ,,, and i simply love the way KHAWAJA JI calls me…..

  8. Jasmine Says:

    I was looking for the lyrics and got them now.. some of the lines of this song were confusing .. I used to wonder .. like what could be the meaning of such lines.. and now after reading through the lyrics .. I have got to know the meaning eventually ..
    thanks ..
    it is like a part of the diet for my spirit ..

  9. dax Says:

    I have a question. was not the singer in the movie addressing the king (Akbar) as the khwaja mere khwaja?

    Is this a relgious song for muslims only?

    Thanks


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