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Lyrics of Khwaja Mere Khwaja Dil Me Sama Ja - ख्वाजा मेरे ख्वाजा दिल में समा जा
khwaja ji khwaja
khwaja ji ee ee ee khwaja ji, khwaja ji
ya gharib nawaj, ya gharib nawaj
ya gharib nawaj, ya gharib nawaj
ya moinuddin, ya moinuddin, ya moinuddin
ya khwaja ji ee ee, ya khwaja ji ee ee
ya khwaja ji ee ee, ya khwaja ji ee ee
ya khwaja ji ee ee
khwaja mere khwaja, dil me sama ja
shaaho ka shaah too, ali ka dulaara
khwaja mere khwaja, dil me sama ja
shaaho ka shaah too, ali ka dulaara
khwaja mere khwaja, dil me sama ja
khwaja mere khwaja, dil me sama ja
bekaso ki takdir tune hai sawari
bekaso ki takdir tune hai sawari
khwaja mere khwaja

tere darbar me khwaja noor toh hai dekha aa aa aa
tere darbar me khwaja sar jhukate hai auliya
too hai unaalwali khwaja, rutba hai pyara
chaahane se tujhko khwaja ji mustafa ko paya
khwaja mere khwaja khwaja, khwaja, dil me sama ja aaja khwaja
shaaho ka shaah too, ali ka dulaara

mere peer ka sadka, mere peer ka sadka
hai mere peer ka sadka, tera daaman hai thama
khawaja ji ee ee ee
tali har bala hamaari, chhaaya hai khumar tera
jitna bhi rashk kare beshak, toh kam hai ai mere khwaja
tere kadmo ko mere rehnuma nahi chhod na gawaara
khwaja mere khwaja khwaja, khwaja, dil me sama ja sama ja
shaaho ka shaah too, ali ka dulaara
khwaja mere khwaja khwaja, khwaja, dil me sama ja sama ja
shaaho ka shaah too, ali ka dulaara
khwaja mere khwaja, dil me sama ja
khwaja mere khwaja, dil me sama ja
bekaso ki takdir tune hai sawari
bekaso ki takdir tune hai sawari
khwaja mere khwaja, dil me sama ja khwaja ji
shaaho ka shaah too, ali ka dulaara khwaja ji
khwaja ji, khwaja ji, khwaja ji, khwaja ji
lyrics of song Khwaja Mere Khwaja Dil Me Sama Ja
Comments on song "Khwaja Mere Khwaja Dil Me Sama Ja"
asunaj on Wednesday, September 23, 2009
In the Guru Granth Sahib it is taught that no religion, no scripture is
100% true, not even the Guru Granth Sahib. Implicit in that startlingly
tolerant statement is a respect for other faiths and an analysis of one's
own faith that your comments do not demonstrate. I thought the point of
Sikhism is to be bring all people together, not demonize some of us. PS
This song is not that great, and why are these people dressed like Ottoman
Sufis? Why can't Bollywood get anything historical correct?
asunaj on Friday, October 02, 2009
I answered your point days ago, but a bigot like you has no interest in
listening to reason. Your religion (Sikhism) teaches that you should follow
the Quran and respect it as wells as the Vedas. The underlying message
being that all religions should be respected and not attacked through
bigotry. Its easy to find fault in others, what is more interesting and
more important is to attempt to respect others and their beliefs. You fail
at that, so you fail at being a good Sikh and a good human.
amansaysmtf on Tuesday, August 30, 2011
@orangeandapplefull Yea because he is asking some 'khoaja' for help and
guidance; plus he said in it that 'oliyaas sar jhukatay hein (he does
sajdah)bargah'. The Biddah is in the lyrics. You can never sajdah infront
of any one but Allah and ask only Allah for help. The person he is asking
for help is also Allah ko piyaray. The best thing is to learn from these
oliyaas and how they gained sprituality so that you may become poius too.
Taking them as super natural and bowing to them is shirk.
dassenach on Monday, October 12, 2009
Let's just say that my paradigm has shifted. However, what do you mean by "black sheep"? Do you mean Sufis? If so, just stop right there - I happen to abhor the narrow legalism of those "in authority", be they priests, ulamas or rabbis. I prefer to think for myself, thank you very much.

I'm having a problem reading the Qur'an because I don't know Arabic, and for some reason the English translations don't make much sense. And what are ahadees? Hadiths? Can you suggest a good source?
munstud on Sunday, November 29, 2009
Many think Sufism got influenced by Vedanta in India, also by the Bhakti movement with love for God.

Only in India did Sufism really grow. Vedanta has influenced many religions in India. Buddhism, Sikhism and now Sufism.

Akbar also tried to merge Sanatan Dharm with Islam. He followed his own beliefs of Din i illahi! Same with Dara Shikoh! unfortunately Dara was killed and Akbars ideas were thrown too..
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