Sunnah means habitual practice Bidat means innovation
(Conditional Death of Moon)
Moon's charm is absolute on night's imagination Starry memories can bring death to someone To see twinkling star of bygone night Can't be disenchanted desire of moon But need of her death one last time........ .....................................................................
The Pari Mahal or Palace of Fairies, located in Srinagar, Kashmir, was built as a library and residence for the Mughal prince Dara Shikoh in the mid-1600s.
Written in 2008 when I was a child fantasizing nature and the palces which amazed me.....
Pari Mahal (The lost Fairy Land)
Majestic mountains surrounding you From your eyes world seen through Every stone having a history Greeny pond with a mystery Muddy walls faint in colour Fringing Bush's making a blur
Sullen flowers shrinked in spring For the lost fairy land always lamenting Grasses searching for friends there Chinars shedding leaves early with fear Iron gate looking as a magic wand Leading steps towards the lost fairy land
Here comes a fairy tale untold Unseen- yet by me thought Inward eye of mine saw this pari Mahal with care So many fairies dancing there But through the Iron gate A pigeon's I saw a shade
Locked in cages with fetters Something from throat it muttered saw it with a broken leg Its white woolen neck rounded by a peg Feeling pity on it Released pigeon in a bit
Bandaged it outside the cage It vanished in a sudden rage Searching it here and there I saw it nowhere After sometime stones fell from walls Running quite I heard strange calls
A fairy in front of me sat With the pigeon on its back For saving the pigeon gave me award And for searching the lost fairy land Chinars, Grasses, flowers,stones and all Gave whole Pari Mahal to me a reward.