“Life is an opportunity, benefit from it.
Life is beauty, admire it.
Life is a dream, realize it.
Life is a challenge, meet it.
Life is a duty, complete it.
Life is a game, play it.
Life is a promise, fulfill it.
Life is sorrow, overcome it.
Life is a song, sing it.
Life is a struggle, accept it.
Life is a tragedy, confront it.
Life is an adventure, dare it.
Life is luck, make it.
Life is too precious, do not destroy it.
Life is life, fight for it.”
― Mother Teresa

This life is what you make it. Not matter what, you’re going to mess up sometimes, it’s a universal truth. But the good part is you get to decide how you’re going to mess it up. Girls will be your friends – they’ll act like it anyway. But just remember, some come, somg go. The ones that stay with you through everything – they’re your true best friends. Don’t let go of them. Also remember, sisters make the best friends in the world. As for lovers, well, they’ll come and go too. And babve, I hate to say it, most of them – actually pretty much all of them are going to break your heart, but you can’t give up becuase if you give up, you’ll never find your soul mate. You’ll never find that half who makes you whole and that goes for everything. Just because you fail once, doesn’t mean you’re gonna fail at everything. Keep trying, hold on, and always, always, always believe in yourself, because if you don’t, then who will, sweetie? So keep your head high, keep your chin up, and most importantly, keep smiling, because life’s a beautiful thing and there’s so much to smile about.Just when you think it can’t get any worse, it can. And just when you think it can’t get any better, it can.Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.Life is very short, live each and every moment


Treat everyone with LOVE,
Even those who are rude to you,
Not because they are not nice,
But because YOU are nice.

As we grow up, we learn that even the one person that wasn’t supposed to ever let us down, probably will. You’ll have your heart broken and you’ll break others’ hearts. You’ll fight with your best friend or maybe even fall in love with them, and you’ll cry because time is flying by. So take too many pictures, laugh too much, forgive freely, and love like you’ve never been hurt. Life comes with no guarantees, no time outs, no second chances. you just have to live life to the fullest, tell someone what they mean to you and tell someone off, speak out, dance in the pouring rain, hold someone’s hand, comfort a friend, fall asleep watching the sun come up, stay up late, be a flirt, and smile until your face hurts. Don’t be afraid to take chances or fall in love and most of all, live in the moment because every second you spend angry or upset is a second of happiness you can never get back. The life of every man is a diary in which he means to write one story, and writes another; and his humblest hour is when he compares the volume as it is with what he vowed to make it.How small a porton of our life it is that we really enjoy. In youth we are looking forward to things that are to come; in old age, we are looking backwards to things that are gone past; in manhood, although we appear indeed to be more occupied in things that are present, yet even that is too often absorbed in vague determinations to be vastly happy on some future day, when we have time……


So……… Life is very precious make use of it…….

So … good night dear ones…..



Bonding with my baby “SIA”

Bonding is the intense attachment that develops between me and my baby.It makes me  to shower my baby with love and affection and to protect and nourish my little one. It gets me up in the middle of the night to feed my hungry baby and makes attentive to the baby’s wide range of cries.I have a mixture of feelings about it.

I feel an intense attachment within the first minutes  after my baby’s birth.For me its a byproduct of everyday caregiving. You may not even know it’s happening until you observe your baby’s first smile and suddenly realize that you’re filled with love and joy.

Feeling the attachment of a child isn’t just something that makes mama feel good. Its the attachment  rapidly form with my baby after birth. It is a positive emotional attachment that stimulates desire for rewarding interaction, initiates lactation, and changes the psychological state.Every mother has a moment in her life where she remembers every detail.

It is the moment when i gave birth to my child. At that moment, i made a promise to myself and my baby that i would be a good mother. I just wanna give traits, unconditional love, support, and being a good role model. Necessity is the mother of taking chances.I remember my mother’s prayers and they have always followed me. They have clung to me all my life.Thats what i want to give to my baby also.

The moment a child is born, the mother is also born.  She never existed before.  The woman existed, but the mother, never.  A mother is something absolutely new.My baby’s one  smile forgets all my worries, tensions & all  

Smiles of happy sunshine,
Arms of everlasting luv,
Touch of sweet roses,
There is magic in the air
Whenever ur there,
Baby, everything to U I owe,
May all pleasures & Blessings  of life come ur way.

Love u SIA

Corruption Corruption Corruption

I Felt happy when as I saw so many viewers follow my blog and those updates. One of my fan suggested me to write some thing about Anna Hazare’s action against corruption in India.

What to say about him?In my point of view Anna Hazare is the shadow of  our Gandhi ji!!!!“YEH ANNA NAHI ANDHI HAI DESH KA DUSRA GANDHI HAI”

He  is the face of India’s fight against corruption.He has taken that fight to the corridors of power and challenged the government at the highest level. People, the common man and well-known personalities alike, are supporting him in the hundreds swelling to the thousands.

Just what we need is to support him….i want to say.Anna ji hum sare yuva ish corruption me apke sath hai.. is desh ko apke is mesal ki jarurat hai…jo dusre ko prerna deta hai.Agar desh ko curruption free banana hai to hame sanse pahle apne andar ka curruption mitana hoga kun ki neta hame aur aapme se hi bante hai aur ham aur aap kitne sachche hai ye aap aur ham sab achchi tarah se jante hai.Aaap shangarash karo hum aap kai shatt hai.

I want to thank god after a decade no no no !!!!!!!!!!!!decades someone great has come to abolish corruption that is really a hard task………….but a revolutionary change is must,not only me the whole nation will be supportive.

Anna Ji says na…..

” Sirf Hangama Karna Mera Maksad Nahi Hai,
Meri Koshish Hai Har Surat Badalni Chahiye,
Mere Seene Mein Nahi Toh Tere Seene Mein Sahi,
Ho Kahin Bhi Lekin Aag Jalni Chahiye ”

The dream of India as a strong nation will not be realised without self-reliant, self-sufficient villages, this can be achieved only through social commitment & involvement of the common man

Corruption se kuch aur bhi yaad aya mujhe…..

I see the Hindi TV Serial  Crime Patrol, this is an amazing show which brings in light many strange and facts things about the cases which takes place in the different part of the country. the best part of the show is hosting by anup soni,Thank you Sony for such a show. I’ve been watching crime patrol since episode 1and now its season 4. completely love the show.

This week the theme was about the corruption means those who put their lives at stake by fighting corruption.the person was just trying on trying to help the people but what did he get nothing he killed spot dead just for sake of fighting corruption ….but police gave the report as robbery case murder,i dont understand the people get so afraid …….. this happend due to the higher level of authorities , because of them we people are suffering!!!!!why??????

Hereby i can visualize as when i was pregnant at that time  in our area roads was not well i have suffered a lot.. they used to dig the rods but later on do nothing every one were suffering for riks autos etc we use to go by walk for long long distance .

The crime of corruption has always been viewed with particular distaste. It is often coined alongside the word bribery, the means by which the politician or official is induced to become corrupt,The most obvious effect of political corruption is a loss of public.

So guys get up need to do something for the country

Jago India Jago

Jai hind,Vande Matram

Super quote: “Don’t worry about yesterday, it’s gone. Don’t fret over tomorrow, it’s not here yet. Concentrate on today. Live for today.

Ahhh!!! its time up

Take care

With Love




I think planning is way which should be utilized. I’m in the process of writing a whole series on blog planning after reading some comments that lead me to believe! The response I’m getting seems to be proving that thought to right after a very long period.I am very glad that my friends suggest me to start continuing writing the blog….

Cheers for all of my friends…..

Aaj ka din acha tha…… Doctor ke pass gaye the sia ko vaccine kiya bahut dukha bahut roye use rota dek kar mujhe bhi bura laga….. but my baby is strongest bahut himat hai usme…. jo bhi uske ache ke liye kiya jata hai

Jindagi ki asli udaan abhi baaki hai
Jindagi ke kai imtehan abhi baaki hai
Abhi to naapi hai mutthi bhar zamin humne
Abhi to sara aasman baaki hai…

Apne saaye se bhi ashkon ko chupa kar rona
Jab bhi rona to chiragon ko bujha kar rona
Jahan chot khana wahan muskurana
Magar is ada se ke roye sara zamana…

Hoke maayus na yu shaam ki tarah dhalte rahiye
Jindgi ek bhor hai suraj ki tarah nikalte rahiye
Tharoge ek paav par to thak jaaoge
Dheere dheere hi sahi magar raah par chalte rahiye..

Mushkile dilo ke iraade azmayegi
Khwaabo ke parde nigaaho se hatayegi
Girkar tujhe hai smabhalna
Yeh thokaren hi tujhe chalna sikhayegi…

There is much to say ..but aaj nahi …… kal ke liye kuch tho baki rakhna hai ki nahi…..rakhana hai na ……..

Good night dearest ones and may the Almighty bless and protect you..

Love to all …


8th Mar-2010

HAPPY WOMENS DAY……………………………………….

National Women’s Day is a day to commemorate women’s struggle for change, to celebrate the progress, which has been made towards improvement of quality of life of women. It is the day for reaffirming our commitment to the work towards the liberation of women.

It is heartening that National Women ‘s Day has been and continues to be marked throughout South Africa by many organizations and groups. One of such special occasions was the burial of Sara Baartman, whose life reflects the sad history of all kind of oppression that African women were subjected to.

As we celebrate the National Women ‘s Day, we acknowledge that we still have a long way to go to achieve full emancipation of women from the hardships they have experience because of their race, gender and social class.

Rural women had the most difficulty in accessing education, health and other basic services. Where there was no running water, they were the ones who had to walk long distance to fetch water from the river for use by the whole household. They were the ones who had to go into the bushes and collect woods for families with no electricity. They literary kept the fire burning and kept families together while many rural men were in urban areas. Some women still face these challenges in their everyday life. Unfortunately, this major contribution made by women and rural women in particular has never been and is still not being valued or appreciated.

Migration is another major factor that has exposed women to several challenges including HIV and AIDS. Single sex hostels broke down the families and indirectly encouraged men to have “urban partners” while occasionally returning to their families and wives in the rural areas. Of course, this led to a spread of disease and sexually transmitted infections including HIV.

Sexual violence against women and girls and rape are issues that remain a challenge in our society. Poverty and poor living conditions have added to women’s vulnerability to violence and increased risk of contracting sexually transmitted infections. The physical trauma of violence and sexual assault have left scars and unimaginable emotional damage on many women.

But I have some concerns that I would like us to address here and in other forums. These are matters that can assist in further interrogating the issues raised in a memorandum I received earlier today from the Association for Community and Rural Advancement.

We need to ask whether: “Are things getting better for rural women in South Africa, or are they getting worse, or are they staying the same?”

If things are getting worse, as a patriotic citizen of this country I ask why are they getting worse and what is it that I as an individual and part of a collective can do to address them?

If they are getting better, another question arises as to whether are they getting better fast enough for women who have been subjected to oppression for hundreds of years?

You, the rural women of Kgalagadi District are the only people who can answer these questions as you see them from this part of South Africa. All I can do is to reflect, briefly, on what I see happening in South Africa as a whole.

As a society we are all battling to come to terms with high level of violence and to deal with it. We know that the brutality of the previous regime, and the violence used against our people, has seriously affected all of us including our children.

The other major factor is that, although we still have a long way to go, our criminal justice system is improving. This has increased the reporting of cases because our people know that there is now more possibility of seeing justice being done.

The recent example is the arrest and successful prosecution of the man charged with raping Baby Tshepang in this province. As South Africans, we all welcomed the maximum sentence of life imprisonment that was imposed on David Potse after being found guilty of this barbaric crime against our children. This is a clear indication of advances we can make against crime through commitment and cooperation between a community and law enforcement agencies.

Other things have improved for women in SA, including for rural women, but we still have a long way to go in reaching our targets.

Free health care for pregnant women and for children under 6 years, was a major achievement. In many communities, the poorest women who in the past had not come nor brought their children to a clinic, started to visit health facilities. Women started to book earlier at antenatal clinics and therefore, increasing the chances of safe pregnancy and delivery.

There is still more to be done, and much effort now must be focused on improving the quality of care provided in those free services. As we move forward, we need not forget the period just seven years behind us. The days when women had to pay to attend clinics, and had to pay for a safe delivery.

In addition to making primary health care free (first for women and children, and later for everyone), the government also set about building new clinics and expanding or upgrading old ones. More than 500 new clinics were built, mostly in rural areas, and more than 2500 existing clinics were expanded, upgraded or received new equipment.

Again, much more still needs to be done to ensure that every clinic is fully equipped and is well maintained. We have started doing this through the Hospital Revitalization Programme – where we seek simultaneously to improve physical infrastructure, facility management and quality of care. The number of hospitals in the programme will increase to 36 a year from now. Sites are selected largely on the basis of achieving maximum impact and we have included some remote and resource-poor hospitals in our test batch.

The confidential enquiry into maternal deaths is something that has received less publicity, but is very important. Every nurse and doctor is now required by law to tell the provincial health department if they know of any woman who has died within 6 weeks of being pregnant. Any member of the public is also invited to report any such death. It does not matter if 2 or more people report the same death.

Once such a death is reported, there is a confidential enquiry into all the circumstances. The purpose of the enquiry is not to find the scapegoat. The objective is to establish if anything could have been done to prevent that death, and then to recommend steps that will help to prevent any future death that could be avoided.

We still have unacceptable level of women who still die after childbirth, particularly in rural areas. But we have improved a lot since this system of reporting and investigating the causes of maternal deaths was put in place. It is guiding our interventions and has definitely helped to improve the situation.

One of the most common causes of maternal deaths has, for many years, been infection after back street abortions. There are still problems with how some hospitals and some health workers are implementing the Choice on Termination of Pregnancy Act. The extreme example is the reported case of abuse of Termination of Pregnancy patients in one of the hospitals in Mpumalanga (Philadelphia) and we acted swiftly to rectify the problem.

The act is in place and it is effectively addressing the challenge of back street abortions. At Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital, for instance, significantly fewer women are coming in with infection following abortion compared to a period prior to the implementation of this Act.

We need to encourage our women to utilise family planning services in order to prevent unwanted pregnancies and when they decide to get pregnant, to use the free antenatal care services available.

Other areas where there have been major improvements, though more still needs to be done, include the area of immunization. In the spirit of lestema, we need to go out to our community and encourage women to bring their children to the health facilities for full immunization. Full immunization protects our children from many disease including tuberculosis, polio, haemophilus influenzae type b, Perturssis (otherwise known as whooping cough). Health workers will be able to tell you at your clinic as to when you need to bring your child for different immunization injections and oral drops until the last immunization at the age of five.

During this year of Voluntarism, we have a duty to go out to lend a helping hand to those in need of care and support and women constitute a large portion of this group. Let us help children in need of care and many of those people who qualify to receive some social support from government to access their grants. These efforts, coupled with poverty eradication projects funded by government and various partners can assist us in alleviating poverty and improve the status of many poor women. We need not forget that poverty and gender inequality are the main factors that make women to be more exposed to many infectious diseases.

Services to protect women from cervical and breast cancer are available free of charge. However, what is crucial is for all of us go out and alert women to the dangers of these diseases. We have to advise them on what steps to take prevent and identify the symptoms of these diseases as early as possible for them to be managed. And our local clinics and hospitals will be able to assist in these campaigns

The most obvious improvement in the quality of life in rural areas has been bringing electricity into people’s homes. Since 1994 more than 2 million households have been connected to the electricity grid. This has changed the lives of more than 10 million people, most of them in rural areas.

Clean, piped water supplies have also improved and have reached more than 7 million people since 1994. Again, most of these people are in rural areas. In addition, more than 1 million houses have been built since 1994, and a significant proportion of them benefit people from the rural areas.

Within the health sector, the most dramatic improvement for mothers has been the virtual elimination of measles. All grandmothers and the older mothers will remember that measles used to kill thousands of our children. And even when it did not kill our children, measles gave them terrible diarrhoea, malnutrition, and even blindness.

Today, measles has virtually gone. It started to disappear in about 1997 and by 2000 it was virtually gone. We have to remain vigilant, and that is why I have urged you to ensure that every child in your community is immunized against measles and other diseases. Mothers should never again have to live in terror of their child dying of measles or getting polio.

In conclusion, I must tell you that many of our advances as the health sector are dependent on health workers and professional that will have to work with our communities on the ground to tackle various challenges facing our people.

Together with Health MECs, we have realized that if there is major threat to our overall health effort, it is the continued outward migration of key health professionals, particularly nurses, and the vast urban-rural inequity in their deployment in the country. We have therefore instructed the Director-General for Health to work with the private sector, nursing organizations, trade unions and other relevant bodies to conclude a clear framework for attracting and retaining nurses.

My intention is to present and debate this framework in our regular meeting with the MECs within the next two months. .

I know that conditions for rural women are still difficult and that we still have a long way to go to achieve a truly healthy society. BUT I also know that we have made significant progress along what we have always known would be a long and difficult road.

As government we believe that true liberation comes with socio-economic and gender emancipation. And unless we can push back the frontiers of poverty, most of the democratic advances that have been made will be in vain.

Let us stand together and assist each other in achieving our goal of a better life for all.


 Dear All,

Wish U  & Ur family A HappyHoli……..

May this Holi brings a lot of joyand happiness in our life.

Wish that your life becomes

colourful as the colours of Holi

On the Eve of “HOLI”, I ‘d Like to disscuss some thing about it…………


Holi is an ancient festival of India and was originally known as ‘Holika’. The festivals finds a detailed description in early religious works such as Jaimini’s Purvamimamsa-Sutras and Kathaka-Grhya-Sutras. Historians also believe that Holi was celebrated by all Aryans but more so in the Eastern part of India. Rituals of the ancient festival of Holi are religiously followed every year with care and enthusiasm. Days before the festival people start gathering wood for the lighting of the bonfire called Holika at the major crossroads of the city. This ensures that at the time of the actual celebration a huge pile of wood is collected.
Then on the eve of Holi, Holika Dahan takes place. Effigy of Holika, the devil minded sister of demon King Hiranyakashyap is placed in the wood and burnt. For, Holika tried to kill Hiranyakashyap’s son Prahlad, an ardent devotee of Lord Naarayana. The ritual symbolises the victory of good over evil and also the triumph of a true devotee.
Children also hurl abuses at Holika and pray pranks, as if they still try to chase away Dhundhi who once troubled little ones in the Kingdom of Prithu. Some people also take embers from the fire to their homes to rekindle their own domestic fires. Next day, is of course the main day of Holi celebrations. The day is called Dhuleti
and it is on this day that the actual play of colours take place. There is no tradition of holding puja and is meant for pure enjoyment.

It is said that Holi existed several centuries before Christ. However, the meaning of the festival is believed to have changed over the years. Earlier it was a special rite performed by married women for the happiness and well-being of their families and the full moon (Raka) was worshiped.

The tradition of playing colours is particularly rampant in north India and even in that region, there can be no comparison to the Holi of Mathura and Vrindavan. In Maharashtra and Gujarat too Holi is celebrated with lot of enthusiasm and fun.
People take extreme delight in spraying colour water on each other with pichkaris or pouring buckets and buckets of it. Singing Bollywood Holi numbers and dancing on the beat of dholak is also a part of the tradition. Amidst all this activity people relish gujiya, mathri, malpuas and other traditional Holi delicacies with great joy.
Drinks, specially thandai laced with bhang is also an intrinsic part of the Holi festivity. Bhang helps to further enhance the spirit of the occasion but if taken in excess it might dampen it also. So caution should be taken while consuming it.

In south India, however, people follow the tradition of worshiping Kaamadeva, the love god of Indian mythology. People have faith in the legend which speak about the great sacrifice of Kaamadeva when he shot his love arrow on Lord Shiva to break his meditation and evoke his interest in worldly affairs.

After, an eventful and funfilled day people become a little sober in the evening and greet friends and relatives by visiting them and exchange sweets. Holi special get togethers are also organised by various cultural organisations to generate harmony and brotherhood in the society.

Holi Pooja takes place a day before the Holi Festival. This day is called as ‘Holika Dahan’. There is no special pooja performed on the Holi day. This day is only meant for celebrations and play of colors. Holika Dahan is the major ritual performed at the time of Holi which is also considered an important Holi Puja. People light bonfires on the eve of Holi festival to celebrate the victory of ‘good’ over ‘bad’ which is called Holika Dahan. Holika Dahan preparations begin almost 40 days before the festival. People start gathering woods on the important crossroads of the city. Holi Pooja or Holika takes place on an auspicious time in the evening a day before the Holi festival. Given below are the steps and rituals for the Holi Pooja:

  • Holi Pooja can be performed at any place.
  • A log of wood is kept at a prominent public place on the Vasant Panchami day.
  • People extend the log centre with twigs, dried leaves, branches of trees and other combustible material.
  • On the day of Holika Dahan, an effigy of Holika and Prahlad is placed on the huge heap of woods.
  • Effigy of Holika is made of combustible material while Prahlad’s effigy is made of non-combustible material.
  • On the eve of Holi, the heap is set alight and the people chant Rakshoghna Mantras of the Rig Veda to cast away the evil spirits.
  • Left over ashes are collected by people next morning. These ashes are considered holy and are smeared on the limbs of the body as Holi Prasad.
Evening of Bonfires:-
Holika Dahan or the lighting of bonfire takes place on the eve of Holi. The day is also popularly called ‘Chhoti Holi’ or the ‘Small Holi’.The bigger event – play with the colour takes place on the next ‘big’ day.
Holika Dahan is an extremely popular tradition and is celebrated with fervour all across the country and is symbolic of triumph of good over evil. There are numerous legends associated with this ancient tradition and it is difficult to pin-point as to when actually the tradition started.

Khaa key gujiya, pee key bhaang,
laaga k thora thora sa rang,
baaja ke dholak aur mridang,
khele holi hum tere sang. HOLI MUBARAK

Lal, gulabi, neela, pila hathon me liya samet,
Holi ke din rangenge sajni, kar ke meethi bhent.

 Gul ne gulshan se gulfam bheja hai,
Sitaro ne aasman se salaam bheja hai,
Mubaraq ho aapko holi ka tyohar,
Humne dil se yeh paigam bheja hai.

 If wishes come in rainbow colors then,
I would send the brightest one to say Happy Holi.

 HOLI HAI…………………… 

Come holi and the streets will reverberate with the chants of Holi hai

Have Fun & Gud Nite……………………








God didn’t promise days without pain, laughter without sorrow, sun without rain, but He did promise strength for the day, comfort for the tears, and light for the way.In general, a declaration, written or verbal, made by one person to another, which binds the person who makes it to do, or to forbear to do, a specified …………….As relationships are based on promise that they will be for each other no matter what, Promise Day becomes important to remind your loved ones of your commitment to them

“I promise u that i will love u. I cannot promise u that i will not change.

I cannot promise u that i will not have many different moods.

I cannot promise u that i will not hurt your feelings sometimes.

I cannot promise u that i will not be erratic .

I cannot promise u that i’ll always be strong.

 I cannot promise u that my faults will not show.

But… I do promise u i will always be supportive of u.

 I do promise u that i will always share my thoughts and feelings with u.

I do promise i will give u the freedom to be urself.

I do promise that i will understand everything u do.

 I do promise u that i will be completely honest wit u.

I do promise that i will laugh and cry with u. Most of all…

 I do promise that… I WILL LOVE YOU!”

My Favourite Song:—-

“Kasam Ki Kasam Hai Kasam Se Humko Pyaar Hai Sirf Tumse Kasam Ki Kasam Hai Kasam Se Humko Pyaar Hai Sirf Tumse Ab Yeh Pyaar Na Hoga Phir Humse

Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah

Kasam Ki Kasam Hai Kasam Se Humko Pyaar Hai Sirf Tumse

Log Kehte Hai Paagal Hoon Main Yeh Bhi Na Jaanu Dil Lutaya Hai Maine Ab Kisi Ki Na Maanu

Chain Dekar Ke Maine Bechainiya Yeh Li Hai Neende Udakar Ke Maine Tumse Wafaye Ki Hai

 Kasam Ki Kasam Hai Kasam Se Jee Rahe The Hum Tere Dum Se

 Ab Yeh Pyaar Na Hoga Phir Humse Kasam Ki Kasam Hai Kasam Se Humko Pyaar Hai Sirf Tumse

Kuch Ishaaron Mein Tumne Humse Jo Yeh Kahan Hai Ab Yakin Aa Raha Hai Tumko Bhi Kuch Hua Hai

Kyon Tumko Dekhte Hain Kya Dil Mein Sochte Hai Toofan Jo Uth Raha Hai Hum Usko Rokte Hai

 Kasam Ki Kasam Hai Kasam Se Yeh Milan Hai Sanam Ka Sanam Se

 Ab Yeh Pyaar Na Hoga Phir Humse

Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah

Kasam Ki Kasam Haan Kasam Yeh Kasam Di Kasam Le Kasam Haan Kasam Kasam Kasam Kasam Kasam Ki Kasam Hai Kasam Se Humko Pyaar Hai Sirf Tumse Ab Yeh Pyaar Na Hoga Phir Humse

Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah”

 Dats it bye gud nite……………………………….

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