Rumi's Poetry and Sufi Qawwali Song in Farsi



Sufi Qawwali Music artists, Farid Ayaz and Abu Muhammad singing Rumi's 'Na man behooda girde kocha wa bazaar megardam/No I am not roaming aimlessly around the streets and bazaar' in Farsi:




No I am not roaming aimlessly around the streets and bazaar
I am a lover searching for his beloved

God have mercy on me
I am walking around troubled

I have done wrong and sinned
and am walking around wounded

I have drunk the wine of desire
and am strolling around beloved

Though I may seem drunk
I am quite sober...Rumi.
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Sufi Music-A fantastic spiritual journey through this beautiful Qawwali by Munshi Raziuddin.
Watch entire video
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-9192387490753141563



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