Hum Dekhenge Song Fresh Lyrics

Hum Dekhenge Song Details

  • Song: Hum Dekhenge
  • Singer:  Zohaib Kazi, Ali Hamza
  • Writer/lyricist: Faiz Ahmad Faiz
  • Song Duration: 2:35 mnt
  • Licenses: Zee music company (on behalf of Zee Music Company); Zee Music Publishing, and 1 Music Rights Societies

Hum Dekhenge Song Lyrics

Hum Dekhenge, Hum Dekhenge
Lazim hai ke hum bhi dekhenge
Hum Dekhenge, Hum Dekhenge
Wo din ke jis ka wada hai
Jo lauh-e-azl mein likha hai, Hum Dekhenge
Hum bhi dekhenge, Hum bhi dekhenge

Jab zulm-o-sitam ke koh-e-garan
Rooi ki tarha ur jaenge, Hum Dekhenge
Hum mehkoomon ke paaon tale
Ye dharti dhar dhar dharkegi

Aur ahl-e-hakam ke sar oopar
Jab bijli kar kar karkegi
Hum Dekhenge, Hum Dekhenge

Bas naam rahega Allah ka
Jo ghayib bhi hai hazir bhi
Jo manzar bhi hai nazir bhi
Utthega an-al-haq ka nara
Jo main bhi hoon, aur tum bhi ho
Aur raaj karegi khalq-e-Khuda
Jo main bhi hoon aur tum bhi ho

Hum Dekhenge, Hum Dekhenge
Hum Dekhenge, Hum Dekhenge

Team Review

  • Hum Dekhenge song is the most beautiful and All great dingers and various artists are included. Great music without boundaries.
  • The lyrics are so offensive! Magical voise heart touching An eye for an eye will make the earth blind , May the almighty protect the unity between every religion as the nothing is superior than humanity rest in peace to those who have sacrificed their life or blood and near ones irrespective of their religion, cast or race it’s time to learn from our past to make our motherland a peaceful place jai hind.
  • Such a powerful song! Makes you feel the rage and grief and has you hanging on to hope at the same time!
  • This revolutionary song echoes in the heart of each and every soul that has been subdued, subjugated, tormented, enslaved, enchained, fettered, silenced, captivated, kept in bondage, in poverty, in shackles of illiteracy, in misery, in hunger, in disease, deprived of honour, opportunity, respect, job and denied the liberty of speech, movement, expression, religion, thought, belief and faith. It resonates through time, beyond ages, era and epochs, crisscrossing generations, cultures, races, civilizations and creations.
  • Its not just a song or poem. Its the voice of the mute against tyranny, its the voice of protest.
  • Keep it up! very heart touching,very apt video and music composition can bring tears in any sensitive human being’s eye. very inspiring!May all Gods be with you.
  • This is a beautiful explanation and loved every bit of it. I don’t think faiz was an atheist or a complete believer. It is a huge statement to make that he was either one of it.
  • A beautiful explanation of this eternal poem, Yet people only hear what they want to hear and associate every word as anti- hindu or anti- national. The time and place it was written is irrelevant because the context is what matters.
  • I’ve heard this beautiful song hundreds of times yet this audio has made me realise so much more about it. Specially loved the “an al haq” meaning and historical reference. Amazing ideas of faiz. Also love the way u go about it.
  • It’s really a good poem.thnx for explaining. By the way your voice is magnificent. Very beautifully, sequentially and systematically explained.
  • A beautiful Voice and I think she has used it well to convey to its viewers. Well done and well said.Beautiful and encouraging poem. This poem is deep and poignant and heavy with meaning and metaphors. It requires intelligence and research and reflection to interpret and fully understand.
  • sweet voice. nice podcast. Nice explanation….Need such scholars to educate the people through true meaning s of Arabic and Urdu verses of religious tests as they they are interpreted in different ways negetively.

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