Ek Nata – A poem on Family

Ek Nata – This poem, rather I should say these lines try to describe how the relation of a family is.

In this poem, the family is compared to a bird, while the feathers of bird are the members of the family.

The poem says, everyone/every feather is born from the same origin, then they grow, gather strength and then fly out to see the world.

When they come together only then they can fly, its not a one man/feather task.

But when a member/feather gets proud on himself, and he thinks that he can fly alone or he is the reason of the heights achieved, and he tries to get separated from the family.

He never realizes that he can’t fly alone. He fails to realize that after getting separated from the family he can’t reach heights

Its the joint effort of all feathers through which a bird can fly.

Similarly when a person separates from his family he can’t reach the heights that he can reach on being with his family.

एक पंछी और परो सा नाता,
एक पारिवार का होता है,

हर एक सदस्य एक पर सा होता है,
वही पंछी का शरीर उन्हे बँधे रखता है,

एक अंश से जानम लेते सब है,
वक्त लेकर फिर वो ब्ध्ते है,

ताक़त जमा कर दुनिया से लार्ने की,
कही जाके वो फिर उरते है,

मिल के सब उरान लेते है,
बस मे ये किसी एक के न्ही है,

पर जब घमंड आता है खुद पे पारो को,
टूट के बिखरना वो चाहते है,

लगता उनको ये है,
उरान अकेले भी वो तऎ कर सकते है,

नादान है वो इतना भी न्ही समझते है,
एक पर अकेला कभी उचाईयो को पा न्ही सकता है,

टूट के बिखरने के बाद,
अकेला कोई कैसे उर पाया है,

मेहनत की हो सब परो ने जब मिलके,
तभी पंछी उर पाता है,

उसी तरह परिवार से बिछड़ के,
सदस्य अकेले उरण तऎ नही कर सकता है,

साथ हो जब सबका,
तभी उचाईयो को पा सकता है.

“Parivar se bichra hua insan panchi ke tute hue pank ke bhati hota hai, jo kabhi uchaiyo ko pa nhi sakta” – Lord Krishna lines from Mahabarat


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