Home > hindi > Poem > Poetry > मिन्नत – ए – मोहोब्बत मिन्नत – ए – मोहोब्बत Shweta Dave July 22, 20152015-07-22T17:33:29+00:002015-07-22T17:33:29+00:00 hindi, Poem, Poetry 56 Comments A woman who wants to give it all in love, if destiny demands and Lord commands. A romantic ghazal for women to express their love to that one who matters. Tweet Pin It About The Author shweta.dave09 56 Comments July 22, 2015 Rat Wish I know the language to understand your lines.. I’m sure it has its own beauty 🙂 keep writing! Reply July 24, 2015 Shweta Dave Aww…I many a time think of translating but it would lose its charm 🙁 Reply July 23, 2015 Shanx Beautifully woven Ananya. Well, only you could capture immense and immeasurable love through your words. Simplicity, pure, and just love. Love it! Each line is powerful but I just couldn’t sway my eyes off the 3rd stanza. Lovely! Reply July 24, 2015 Shweta Dave Thank you Shashank, love is such a feeling that the words just flow. Reply July 23, 2015 Bhavikk Shah wahhhhh…. aaffreen…. aaffreen… its wonderful .. kya kahe aapki tareef main ..shabd nahi milte, aap jaise dost baar baar nahi milte.. wonderfully written 🙂 Enjoy ur evening 🙂 Reply July 24, 2015 Shweta Dave You shouldn’t get a friend like me…I am one of a kind lolz…happy you liked it Bhavik 🙂 Reply July 23, 2015 Ashish Kumar atyant hi sundar rachna… I have nominated you for “e challenge”… check here… https://ashishvision.wordpress.com/2015/07/23/allergic-to-e-challenge/ Reply July 24, 2015 Shweta Dave Shukriya Ashish, happy you liked it 🙂 Ill take up the challenge 🙂 will post soon! Reply July 23, 2015 Somali K Chakrabarti Shweta where did you learn to blend hindi so well with urdu? Its beautiful. This is the kind of language one would hear in shayari of the 50s & 60s.. graceful and poised. Reply July 24, 2015 Shweta Dave I learnt it from my God, Jagjit Singhji, his ghazals he would sing in a combination of hindi and urdu and also give meanings for more people to understand. Pure Urdu may not be understood by most readers 🙂 Thank you for liking it 🙂 Reply July 24, 2015 Somali K Chakrabarti Okay got it now. 🙂 Reply July 23, 2015 Ivyclique Online Hi. This is an excellent post and your entire blog is very engaging and informative. We at Ivyclique are looking for writers like you to contribute to our site and grow our network of like-minded bloggers. Ivyclique is India’s first user generated content sharing and publishing platform that has over 80 high visibility areas of interest. We invite writers from all over the World Wide Web to share their ideas and thoughts on various topics through our platform. Check us out at Ivyclique.in and log on to get started. We hope to see you there! Reply July 24, 2015 Shweta Dave Happy to read your message, would be keen to know more. Please mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org Reply July 29, 2015 MS Mahwar Lovely Poem! Reply August 3, 2015 Shweta Dave Thank you Madhusudan 🙂 Reply July 29, 2015 Anjali Sengar Beautiful poem Shweta 🙂 Reply August 3, 2015 Shweta Dave Shukriya Anjali 🙂 Reply July 29, 2015 Roma Gupta Sinha beautifully crafted Romantic composition..could feel the passion oozing out of each word..Hats Off!! Reply August 3, 2015 Shweta Dave Thank you so much Roma, it is rare that you find a woman describing her passion for her man, so the idea was solely to make a man feel value, obsessed and loved. Reply July 29, 2015 kashpals Beautiful poem 🙂 Reply July 29, 2015 Maitreni Mishra Such poised expressions dear…. The passion could be sensed from every lines… Loved it to the core…A rendezvous with ultimate romance <3 Reply July 29, 2015 cifarshayar last couplet was icing on the cake, isi tarah gar likhte rahe tum to, aur kisi ko padhne ki phir talab na ho, Reply August 3, 2015 Shweta Dave omg….itni tareef….shukriya shukriya cifar 🙂 motivates me to write better 🙂 Reply July 29, 2015 Amit Agarwal Bahut khoob, Shweta 🙂 Reply August 3, 2015 Shweta Dave Shukriya Amitji 🙂 Reply July 29, 2015 Saru Kya baat hai. Each couplet takes the feeling to another level. Reply August 3, 2015 Shweta Dave coming from a kaviyitri herself….makes it more valuable 🙂 Reply July 29, 2015 Anita Lovely touching words, Soul-sis 🙂 Reply August 3, 2015 Shweta Dave Thank you Soul-sis 🙂 Reply July 29, 2015 Ananya N awww…. beautifully penned dear… The Orange Fever Reply August 3, 2015 Shweta Dave Thank you babe! Reply July 30, 2015 Purba Chakraborty So beautiful! Words that touch the soul 🙂 Reply August 3, 2015 Shweta Dave Thank you Purba, happy you liked it 🙂 Reply July 30, 2015 yogi saraswat बहुत सुन्दर शब्द Reply August 3, 2015 Shweta Dave Shukriya Yogiji 🙂 Reply July 30, 2015 hem lata srivastava very nice poem shweta, यदि आपको बुरा न लगे तो आपको बताना चाहूंगी, बंध की जगह बंद लिखिए Reply August 3, 2015 Shweta Dave bilkul hemlata, shukriya ki aapne yeh sujhaya, I will change it asap 🙂 Reply July 30, 2015 emfluenz There is a passion and that is of body and there is another passion that stays in soul…your lines were so piercing that it touched that passion that eternal flame in my soul…. Reply September 8, 2015 Shweta Dave Wow….thank you so much for liking it so much 🙂 Reply July 30, 2015 Kokila Gupta The last one says it all… It’s full on sentiment.. Flowing ……:) 🙂 Reply August 3, 2015 Shweta Dave Thank you Bestie 🙂 Reply July 30, 2015 Dipanwita Very touching and profound. emotions flowing through. Awesome babes. Loved it to bits 🙂 Reply August 3, 2015 Shweta Dave Thank you so much Dipanwita 🙂 So after this may I join you for the next trekking trip 🙂 Reply July 30, 2015 Vishal Grover Deep sentiments from a passionate lover… While reading your poem, I just thought of these lines.. “ऐसी लागी लगान मीरा हो गयी मगन….” Reply August 3, 2015 Shweta Dave It is a great compliment to be compared to the selfless love of Meera 🙂 Thank you Vishal 🙂 Reply July 31, 2015 R Vyas Such beautifully woven words..loved it ! Reply August 3, 2015 Shweta Dave Thank you Renu 🙂 Reply August 2, 2015 sweta lovely Reply August 3, 2015 Shweta Dave Thank you Sweta 🙂 Reply August 2, 2015 DEESHANI BATRA (DB) Beautifully penned.. loved it 🙂 Reply August 3, 2015 Shweta Dave Thanks Deeshani 🙂 Reply August 3, 2015 Darshith Badiyani Great feelings. Reply August 3, 2015 Shweta Dave Thank you Darshith and welcome to my blog. Reply August 3, 2015 Datta Ghosh And how i prayed you to be mine…Rekindled old times when i requested my oblivion lover to be mine and be within me while I become his breath Reply August 3, 2015 Seema Chauhan I think, its never ending word!! I loved it and thanks for share!! Reply September 7, 2015 Rupinder Singh Brar So pure, so true… Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name (required) Email (required) Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Related Posts मुतज़ाद – The opposites इंतज़ार Welcome the Storm Happy Birthday Bestie!!