” Hunooz Dilli Door Ast’.’Delhi is still far away’. A Question to the Nation of Pakistan

” Hunooz Dilli Door Ast’.’Delhi is still far away’. A Question to the Nation of Pakistan

Mohammad Shah Rangeela the putative ruler of Hindustan in 1739 was in his cups, drunk to his gills, in the Diwane Khas in Delhi, when a courtier arrived and told him that Nadir Shah of Persia had entered the confines of Hindustan. From the haze Rangeela was in, he muttered” Hunooz Dilli Door Ast’.’Delhi is still far away’.

Above quotations are taken by sources of History ,but I want to draw kind and curious attention of the Nation of Pakistan that NETO forces looking forward their next destination to ruin and their military post have been transferred into the territory of Pakistan near Afghan border ,in such critical situation peoples of my country as a (zindah qaum ,paa’indah qaum ) with their beloved elected politicians and their leaders are fighting to have overcome on their domination just ,I want to ask really  ” Hunooz Dilli Door Ast’.’Delhi is still far away’.

Yours

Ismail Ajaz (Khayaal)

abhee bhee waqt hai aaow keh mere humwatno !

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3 comments

  1. This famous quote is from Hazrat Nizam-ud-din-Auliya. As the legend goes, Sultan Ghyasuddin Tughlaq, during his campaign in Bengal, sent a message to the saint, threatening to take his life on his return to Delhi. The saint remained undeterred, smiled and pronounced in Persian, “Hunooz Dilli door ast” — “Delhi is a long way off.” As fate would have it, the sultan died in an accident on the other side of the Yamuna just before he could reach Delhi.

  2. Hence the meaning of this saying becomes different when used orignally, in my opinion the way you said it or associated it with the nation of Paistan, it loses its true meaning,

  3. This observation would apply equally to the religious bigots who believe in the false understanding Ghazwah-i-Hind.

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