Heer Ranjha

Posted: February 25, 2011 in Love, Loyalty, My Thoughts.
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DISCLAIMER:- Please carry on reading this article if you are ready to think logically and understand. If you are one of those people who does not like listening to other people view then PLEASE STOP NOW, I am sorry.. This article is not for you. These are my thoughts.

Heer Ranjha is a very well know story.. though this is just a work of fiction, written by Waris Shah. The story like all such stories, is partly true and partly fiction, yet it continues to have such a powerful hold on the imagination of rural folks that they want to believe it to be true.

By writing Heer, Waris Shah not only told a fascinating story but also raised the status of Punjabi from that of a rustic language, which was mostly a spoken language, to that of a language of literature.

But what I have been thinking and I know mony of you are probably thinking here we go again Bikram is thinking 🙂 but no seriously have a think and logically there was this guy who belonged to a rich family of four brothers, when the wives of the brothers asked him to do some work he gets all upset and leaves home.. What does that tell you that this young man did not like to work hard.. wanted an easy life .

So he goes and then falls in love with Heer, FAIR ENOUGH they had a love story going and whatever the circumstances.. or whatever happened Heer gets married to someone else .. NOW this is where I have my argument…

Marriage is a very HOLY and SPIRITUAL relation where you vow to live your life with your partner in health or otherwise .. Heer gets married .. Now I believe that we all have a past .. Each one of us has had a past whatever that is good or bad ..

Now when Heer got married then WHY was it that Ranjha had to go behind her, to spoil her life and the life of the one she got married to.. I mean isn’t that supposed to be a start of new life for Heer..

When someone is married we should let go.. Let the past be past whenever we go and try to get the past back all we get is HURT.. It not only spoils the realtion of the newly wed but a lot of others get hurt tooo..

OR am I wrong …

Do you think he did the right thing of following Heer to her In-Laws house and then spoiling her marriage …

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  1. Saritha says:

    Saw this movie and songs are wonderful.I was under a impression that this is a real story…

    The biggest mistake is getting heer married to another guy.Here they spoiled the life of 3 people,heer,ranjha and heer’s husband.

    Heer is forced to marry and she will not be happy for ever nor the guy who married her.It was a mistake ranjha following heer but he is in madly love with her and wanted to take her.But he should have done that before she got married.

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    • Bikram says:

      YEah i know that was the first problem..

      But what of Ranjha he left home just because he did not want to WORK HARD wanted easy time .. what does that tell about a MAN…

      No this is not a real story .. though a few might say cause the names of villages and places used were true ….

      If he was so much in love then like you say he whould have got married to her earlier …

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  2. Well, it doesn’t matter who falls in to the well, and how they fall in to the well, as long as they do. I am also sorry if this comment offended anybody 😛

    Destination Infinity

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    • Bikram says:

      ha ha ha ha No no I like the way you have interpretted the story .. INDEED
      it is like falling or throwing yourself in the WELL to fall in LOVE .. beleive you me I TOTALLY UNDERSTAND this statement 🙂

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  3. I think you should keep the comments to display first comments first – there is no incentive for commenting among the first in your blog 🙂

    Destination Infinity

    BTW: I was second 😀

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  4. IRFANUDDIN says:

    yaa, right so…. i agree, he should not have gone behind Heer once she got married to some one else… but as they say, Love is blind and one just don’t care about right n wrong, thats what writer is trying to prove i think….
    after all it was not fare anyway…….

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    • Bikram says:

      🙂 nothing is fair in life …

      but i still beleive that once she was gone he should not have gone after..
      and maybe it is true that Love WAS blind in those days when people were genuine in todays day an age even LOVE has been corrupted so very much

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      • Always Happy says:

        true he should not have gone behind her once she was married. But I can understand why he did that.he was in love. Normal people would give up but Heer did not and probably that is why he is true love personified.

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        • Bikram says:

          Hmmm ok but logically if we think .. as i said he shyed from work and then took the easy way out became a sadhu..

          why did he not go and fight for it is also a question

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          • Ben Brar says:

            two things
            1. it’s not easy to be sadhu. atleast it wasn’t in those days.
            2. more than boy going after girl, it’s about we humans in search of god.
            when waris shah says.
            “aakho ni mainu dheedo ranjha
            heer na aakho koi
            main ranjha vich, ranjha main vich
            hor na disda koi..”

            these are typical sufi lines, heer being us, and ranjha symbolising god!

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            • Bikram says:

              Thank you so much for visiting this blog and taking time to comment tooo…

              Well I dont know about that , I gues i would have to be there in that time to know that 🙂

              Yeah but ranjha was god for heer … she shud be coming for him.. why did he go.. God does not go to anyone 🙂
              but i loved those few lines that you wrote .. Beatiful

              thank you

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    • Love may be blind but onlookers are not. If he really wanted her he should have been worthy of her, he was an indolent.
      DG

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  5. Shail says:

    Well, they weren’t going to be happy anyway with the girl in love with one else and forced to marry another. But putting that matter aside for the moment, all I ask is this Did Heer want Ranjha to come?? Then it was okay for him to go.
    Sometimes wrong knots are tied. Instead of letting them remain tied, it would be better to untie and tie them afresh in the right manner.
    I don’t know anything about what sort of a man Ranjha was. But if Heer and Ranjha were happy together, then no one had the right to separate them. 🙂 That’s my POV. 🙂

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    • Bikram says:

      🙂 now u bring a new angle if heer actually wanted ranjha to come.. it was jsut a coincidence i think ranjha happened to see heer later … there are a few different stories on that tooo..

      yes madam your POV taken .. my POV was actually the fact that if she is married why go and hassel her…

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  6. You are right,very right ji.

    Was he really worthy of Heer. When he refused to work beside his brothers in the farm he was asked to graze the cattle, the easiest of farming jobs. He did not even graze the cattle responsibly, he strayed into Heer’s village and started frequenting her streets everyday.
    Who’ll give their daughter to someone who cannot even provide her decent living???
    This was one reason family feud would have come second.

    This indolent fellow had audacity to make her guilty going around hunry and lampponing and singing this

    Once a person is gone just leave them alone. Get over it or do what Mirza Saheban did, colleteral damage till death do us apart 🙂

    Peace,
    Desi Girl

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    • Bikram says:

      Yayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy aaah hoi na gal at long last you agree with what i have said he he ehehe 🙂 phewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

      Now i dont agree with teh mirza sahiba you hve mentioned thats next post actually .. she also betrayed Mirza at the last moment and left the poor guy to die Unarmed.. but that in next post 🙂 wait and watch he he heeh

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      • If she disarmed him she also killed herself. It was either one Mirja is killed or 7 Sayalis (her seven brothers). If Mirja killed her brothers she wouldn’t have been happy and if her brothers killed him it was the same end for her. It was colleteral damage strategy. Either both die or none, one person dying and making the other guilty for life is totally unfair.

        There are no second chances in love and war and love is hearts at war.

        Hey you are right finally we agreed on something.
        Peace,
        Desi Girl

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        • Bikram says:

          🙂 but that was on the second thought .. Mirza tells her while dieing that he would never have killed her brothers .. but to take away arms and let him die like this was bad …

          thats why Kuldeep manak says Sahiba bani bhravaaan di , Bhaiyaan ton yaar maravata 🙂

          i know one person dieing and making the other guilty is unfair but in this case she was wrong .. she shud have stood by the man she loved no matter what .. 🙂

          anyway next post lai v kujh chad deiye 🙂 he he heehehe

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  7. PNA says:

    I’ve just a vague idea of the story, but know it is an immortal love story. Ranjha left home, yes…he rebelled because he did not want to work. Was he young? And then he fell in love, what if Heer brought in some purpose to his otherwise lazy existence? love can do wonders.. and as Shail said, if Heer wanted her Ranjha to come for her, then why not… otherwise let them live happily…

    But that being said, we are all human, it take gr8 effort to let a loved one go so easily

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    • Bikram says:

      He was young man.. he elft home cause he did not want to work as I see it ..
      Heer indeed brought some meaning to his life as he was doing nothing other then work as a herder of animals for Heer’s father.

      No heer did not want or I dont know if she wanted as she was married though she did not go near her husband..

      ranjha on other hand became a sadhu and then went on to look for heerand met her while begging for alms and so it again started …

      That was my point Did he need to go and look for her.. or should he have left her alone with her new life .. 🙂

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  8. Jyothi says:

    I really don’t remember much about the story. But I too was of the impression that is was true! Sadly, I feel that such things are absolutely a personal issue. If a chance meeting got them back together after her marriage, then we can always claim that it was fate! And yeah, Heer seems like a lazy guy. But love changes people. 🙂

    It was just a story. But somehow their names are taken amongst famous LOVERS like Romeo/Juliet, Laila/Majnu. So the mark of TRUE LOVE is that it is never successful!!!! 😀 😀 😀

    I hope I am not going against the rules of your disclaimer! He he…

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  9. Rang says:

    Hmm :). First, I would like to write few words for the fiction and realistic writing. Real people write, whether its fiction or real, but by their real experiences and learnings in world. Fiction might not take the privilege of “first person” expressing but do have some disguised characters projecting the real thoughts of writer. Sometimes, real stories have tragic end, and some writers have the courage and ability to picture it as it is, so be it a rare ending. Some writers do manipulate with their real thoughts so that the aam janta can admire and connect to it. In both the cases it’s an art.

    Few writers take the risk of manipulating their thoughts to give the story a perfect ending, in that case they manipulate themselves. And the same things when happens to common people become a topic of argument or discussion.

    Coming to the story, if I can imagine Heer Ranja to be living in present scenario, and known them as friends, then I would like to believe that on some things we do not control. Some things are destined. It’s your heart calling.

    It was destined. So I cannot really say it as right or wrong, but destiny, them falling in love and then the result they met with.

    Nice post Bikram. Take care.

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    • Bikram says:

      hmmm Yeah what you say it true.. but i also took the heer -ranjha as an example the question was should he have gone after her once she was married .. Or does it apply to people now … in the current world ..

      thanks a lot …

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  10. Tanishka says:

    I never knew the heer ranjha story….
    May be it was wrong on Ranjha’s part but he would have never been so famous had he done the right thing 😉
    Being bad has always been in it seems 😀

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    • Bikram says:

      thank you..
      yeah thats true tooo. if he had not done that then no one would have read this story 🙂

      being bad is the new YOU in this world the badder one is the better off they are thats what i have learnt in my life 🙂 so you perfectly right

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  11. A says:

    Bik,

    I go against your disclaimer. Stories are NOT meant to be logical. This story is a story because Ranjha did NOT let go…

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  12. harman says:

    its true I agree with you bikram! never spoil somebody’s married life ..its past and its over…
    how can you ..hurt someone when you love that person so much!
    anyways there can be lot of comments and arguments on that!I seriously believe in seeing our loved ones happy….and not getting into past details…
    Gals or boys..everyone might have a past….but the present is more important…
    I remember my naniji..she use to talk about Sohni…of mahiwal fame..as my naniji was from Sialkot..pakisthan..
    she use to say”stupid girl…didnt think about parents dignity or in-laws respect…..and even after marriage ..went to see that boy!..
    we use to laugh…looking at nanijis..anger!!
    but she was right!

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    • Bikram says:

      Thanks Harman.
      I guess if you love someone os much then higher the chance to let them live in peace in there new life…

      yeah that was another thing I have a psot on that too will put it up soon
      yes your naniji was very right …

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  13. Enigma says:

    I don’t know of this story. But by reading from what you’ve wrote I think it was definitely wrong of Ranjha to follow Heer. Heer was also partly to blame, because if she was still in love with Ranjha then she should not have married the other guy in the first place. Or if she was going to marry the guy anyhow because of circumstances and all, she should have made it clear to Ranjha about her intentions.

    Well, Stories can be illogical sometimes. 😛

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    • Bikram says:

      Yeah i beleive so tooo.
      Heer got married cause she was sort of forced and cheated in saying yes to get married .. but that was not the point once what has happened has gone …

      🙂

      thank you ..

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  14. Comfy says:

    I don’t really know the story, but here is my take. Marriage is holy and one should be in it if and only if they are happy together. If the two people in it are miserable for whatever reason then it is better to get out of it. Marriage is a lifelong thing and spending a lifetime being miserable makes no sense to me.

    Having said that, I don’t know if Heer was happy in her marriage or not. I don’t know if she wanted Ranjah to come after her or not. So can’t really answer your question.

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    • Bikram says:

      Yes it is holy , after all we swear by god to look after each other …

      my question was more of general not specifically targetted twrds heer or ranjha it was basically once One is married shud the other carry on following or LET go …

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  15. NRIGirl says:

    I have seen a few Heers and Ranjhas in life. They don’t live or let live!

    Nice thoughts; I am on your side.

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  16. Sandhya says:

    If Ranjha was really in love with Heer, he should have left her alone for her to be happy, when he was incapable of providing her a decent life. Yes, she might not be happy with another man, but time would have taken care of it, don’t you think so? If he really loved her, he should have taken steps to take her off and marry her before she was married to another man.

    Hahaha, does it look complicated?!

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  17. Ria says:

    If he wouldnt have followed her, how wud their love story become immortal. One cant see logic in such love stories. 😀

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  18. Smita says:

    Errrr!!!! Love makes a man go Mad!!! 😀

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  19. Rekha says:

    Well, we have all been taught that marriage is for keeps….so should have respected that and compromised….but is a life full of compromises worth it?, plus if she never got over Ranjha…it is like committing adultery of the mind.
    most of these stories have some basis on person or characters put together in a scenario…so there may be part reality part author’s imagery…
    In all these great love stories the lovers are too young…and young love is blind and passionate and breaks all rules of society…maybe if they were older they may see each other’s faults and fall out of love. 😀
    Today’s youth kills or throws acid or defames on the internet, the so called love of their lives when jilted…atleast he only chased her after even after marriage….

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    • Bikram says:

      Yes i beleive that tooo..
      hmmmm I know what you are saying , that was not the question about heer… It was more like should a man or a woman go after the one they loved after one has moved on .. whatever the circumstances thats what i asked 🙂

      I understand young love is blind.. 🙂

      yeah todays youth oh well dont ask me I got my own story to tell 🙂 he he he hee love does not exist probably or it is tooo hard to find true love … people mostly beelive in one night stands 🙂 which is actually quiet good WISH i learn it faster .. wud be more fun for me he hehehe

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  20. Ashwathy says:

    Never seen this movie……..

    I feel more of pity for Romeo and Juliet. True love is not about dying (or parting and then repenting)….but living together, fighting all the odds….. that’s what I always believe 😛 so well…

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    • Bikram says:

      Yeah a lot of movies have been made on this topic.
      Yeah thats what true love is Living together and caring for each other through thick and thin…
      I belive in that tooo BUt does the world think that way

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  21. Well done..the question is tricky..hmm….i have not seen this movie.I guess in todays day and age ,first of all Heer won’t marry some one just like that and even if that happens the modern version of Heer woud elope with Ranjha even after marriage.Lol..No but , on a serious note..its not good but what if the girl is party to it?

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  22. Phoenixritu says:

    Oh c’mon, both of them were kids hardly forteen or so, when they met – and fell in love. He was lazy like all teenagers and his father sent him away to grow up, and experience hardships. He ended up meeting Heer. Well, both were immature and hence they ended up in the mess they did.

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    • Nope, none of the lovers in those love stories were in their teens like Romeo and Julliet. The age of marriage historically during that period was was early to mid twenties all men were youngest in family be it Ranjha, Mirza or Punnu so their share of work to help family was often excused. Women too married late. Jats did not have child marriages and even when marriages were solmenized early they were not effective until “muklava” the actual time when they bride finally goes to live with her husband and that was many years later.

      Women were considered a labor assest by families so to keep a married daughter at home served parents. There are many folk tales and songs on this issue, married men lamenting that their FIL/MIL is preventing them from bringing home his lawfully wedded wives.

      Peace,
      Desi Girl

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    • Bikram says:

      🙂 ritu bhen I like the way you think.. he he heeh ok

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  23. Sapna says:

    Hmmm true but what is right for you may not have been right according to him. Like you mentioned b4 starting the post “a different view”. And these differing views is what makes things so complicated and our lives so much more interesting. Everything can’t be categorized into black and white. Life is all abt shades of grey.

    As far as my thoughts are concerned, I totally agree with you. But again….

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  24. Rajeev Vikram Seth says:

    Dear,the story is ok..the love is ok..Heer is ok…( all love stories are same)…but the Ranjha was different…He couldnt be ranjha,if he had not gone to her Inlaw’s house and spoiled heer’s marriage…Thats made a different Love story…and you know it is the basic nature of all human,we first love the Villain(as each of us have a villain in our heart)..and if the hero itself becomes villain story is hit…same as “DAAR”…so right or wrong is all OKKK…it really depends on each of individual to be Hero cum Villain…as Hero cum Villain is success.

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    • Bikram says:

      Paaji sara kuch hi OK karta 🙂

      haanji i know i guess going back to memories ahmm ahmm we know how all that works we all been there at some stage he he ehe he …

      and yes today a VILLIAN is more of a hero its a bad bad world …

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  25. Pooja says:

    I have to disagree with you on this, as you have already read my take on in on my post, Wannin and Brain. (http://lotus-n-peacocks.blogspot.com/2011/01/wanni-and-brian.html)

    I think when the so called “love” is real you can never let it go, never be settled with anything but the partner you wanted, even if the situation with your spouse is practically much better, you will always want to be with your 1st love, and till both the partners don’t move on in life, happily, one will not be able to let the other go.

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    • Bikram says:

      YEah i know.

      but what is REAL love.. some say to let the other free is love.. ot let go is love. and some say Not to let go .. so again different views on that toooo …

      1st love is 1st love one never fogets it and it will always be a thorn somewhere but sometimes the first love is also GOOD RIDDANCE:) and thank god 🙂

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  26. Punam says:

    Well, Bikram. Either love is destined to win or its destined to fail. Nothing in between. Once she got married, she chose the fate of her love. He shouldn’t have gone after her after she got married.

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  27. Deboshree says:

    This reminds me of a story we had in school – The Storyteller. The kids are bored with their aunt’s goodie good stories and listen mesmerized when this random raconteur narrates good little Bertha’s sad fate. (she was eaten by a wolf)
    I guess Ranjha’s actions have a part in immortalizing this story…
    Inte-resting post Bikram. Love pangs eh? 😀

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    • Bikram says:

      🙂 yeah the actions have or thats what makes the whole story else it would be jsut another story…

      Thanks yepp love pangs.. they create a lot of problems then now and later toooo 🙂

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  28. suruchi says:

    gawsh…u made me realize here that I actually don’t know the entire heer-ranjha story,biky…matlab itna drama tha?
    i thought romeo-juliet type ke story the..
    offo…will have to read up more to be able to comment…

    though i do agree that once you walk the aisle..it’s like walking the line…the lakshman rekha…peeche ke baatein, peeche he chodh dene chahiye…
    future hain na naya itihaas banane ko;-)

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    • Bikram says:

      🙂 lo ji aapko nahin malum hmmmm 🙂
      yeah do read it .. but its fiction 🙂

      thanks see i knew we would agree on something sometime he he eheh …

      EXACTLY future hai na and beleive me its good riddance toooo.. new people ot meet now he heeh

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  29. Rachna says:

    You are absolutely right! Once she is married, he should have let go. Unless, she leaves her husband and in-laws and follows him, he really should not have meddled with her life. That is what I feel too!

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  30. Shail says:

    Bikram, you r right…
    But love is blind, deaf, illogical…….

    I think Heer should not have got married to someone else….come on, noone can force u….

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    • @shail,
      Do you really think no one force u…

      What ever happened to emotional blackmail, mommy daddy threatening suicide, family honor and on and on…
      Eloping meant nowhere to go Ranjha was already thrown out of family and her folks would have shed good amount of blood for their honor. Her only way out was to commit suicide. Even if she would have done that then their would have been stories around that she was pregnant etc. 🙂 Remember movie “Kamla ki Maut”

      Peace,
      Desi Girl

      Yes, peoplecan force you to get married.

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    • Bikram says:

      hmmmmmmmmmmm blind deaf hmm i guess that gives them a reason to do illogical stuff 🙂 he he ehe

      well she was cheated in sorts ot have a Nikaah with the man

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  31. wow! ur blog is now all complicated…had to find where to comment 😛

    not going into heer and ranjha…and not going into the virtue of love…the point is ranjha chased heer just to do watever it is in his capacity to get his love…and thats pretty logical…but the fault lies with heer to be indecisive enough to marry someone else….

    if u say she was forced to…i still stick by the fact if she had the guts to go extra mile for her love…she could have forcefully refused to….but again…their life…not for me to interfere is it 🙂

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    • Bikram says:

      🙂 i thought wordpress was easier he he ehe

      YEah i agree with tyou thats what the idea was for the psot to see different views my idea is i would let go .. why spoil more lives … maybe i am a coward or whatver dont know …

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  32. “Everything is fair in love and war” 😛 Anything you do because you love someone is right.. hmm but yeah I would not supoort what Ranjha did.. one must forget past 🙂

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  33. Pixie says:

    I agree when you say – “When someone is married we should let go.. Let the past be past whenever we go and try to get the past back all we get is HURT.. It not only spoils the realtion of the newly wed but a lot of others get hurt tooo..”

    This is why I said that love is a powerful emotion and also very complex! What was this guy thinking when he entered Heer’s new home? I suppose, he wasn’t, he was only thinking about his unrequited love with Heer…
    Love makes many a man do strange things!! 😛

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  34. Bikram says:

    🙂 thanks a lot…

    I know exacty my thoughts 🙂

    i guess one doesnot think when in love and does silly things to repent later in life .. 🙂

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  35. bhagyareema says:

    He should not have followed her, if she was really in love with him, she would not have married anyone else

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  36. deeps says:

    thats one title i have never heard before !!!
    thanks for sharing 🙂

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  37. That’s a twisted tale of love, I am sure bollywood is working on it..! lol 😀
    Yeah..!! But I think there is no point following a girl who is already married, but these strange kind of love stories do exist in history..!

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    • Bikram says:

      Yeah they are , a lot of movies have already been made on the topic…
      exactly no point in following a married person… 🙂 yes love is strange and they do exist and lovers do silly things toooo 🙂

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  38. Alka says:

    I never knew about the exact story, thanks for sharing….If Ranjha was a lazy dude, he learn t a lesson for life… Bikram my fingers are hurting after scrolling down to comments section. I am wondering how much time do you spend on the comp? …lol..keep blogging!

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    • Bikram says:

      hmmm yeah he did learn it the hard way …

      oh man I am so sorry that ur fingers are hurting .. next time try to come early then you will be the first one to comment so no scrolling down he he hehe 🙂 theek

      I dont i usually blog during my lunch time at work and later at night 🙂 thanks a lottt

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  39. Writerzblock says:

    Why is marriage the ‘final destination’? Its a very traditional mindset and we are all part of it. We believe that once married, we are settled. So tying the knot with someone, whether we love them or not, means that is THE END. Isn’t there something not very right about it?

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    • Bikram says:

      I guess thats how we have been brought up like…
      I know what u are saying if things not work out then what to do .. I get it but generally marriage si supposedly a value ..

      and the idea of post was to find out if it was a good idea to let things go in one partner gets married or we shud carry on TRYING. as ranjha did

      I am sure if we tie the knot we can grow to love the person toooo… and if you dont then to get out of the relation is best rather then keep hurting everyone

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  40. Shas says:

    Hmm….love haunts…it happened literally in the case of Heer 😛
    There are a couple of versions of the story so I am answering on the basis of what I had read earlier. Plz correct me if i am wrong. Ranjha followed Heer because Heer had written to Ranjha to come and take her away. It is ok if Ranjha followed Heer as long as Heer wanted him to and wanted to be out of the marriage rather than spoil three and possibly fourth person’s life.

    I am not familiar with the whole story of Heer and Ranjha so plz forgive me for my ignorance. I would like to know whether Rajnha chose to leave his house just because he was used to an easy life and did not want to work or there were more reasons (such as constant bickering of the sister-in-laws, property issue, family discord) which forced him to leave the house. Plz enlighten me.

    Thumbs up to you for asking the right questions. We tend to forget the moral or ethical aspects of the story which are very crucial for social behaviour 🙂

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    • Bikram says:

      No heer had not called for ranjha.. heers uncle did not want her married to him so he got her married to someone else…

      Ranjha meanwhile became a sadhu and went or it was coincidence whatever to heers place where she was married and they both RAN away from there …

      I think you are mistaken for the story of Mirza-sahiba where sahiba sent a letter ot mirza that she is getting married and wants him to come and take her…

      He left home cause he got taunts from his bhabhi’s that he did not work and others worked hard … He was actually asked to leave by the father so he couled become a man when faced with hardships outside in the world…

      Thanks but the idea was to find if it is a good idea to go after one has parted or things happen that they part 🙂

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  41. B K CHOWLA says:

    All I know and understand of Heer Ranjha is what I have seen on the silver screen. Both looked nice. Let them decide as to who wants to chase who.

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  42. Jzt4me says:

    Being him AND in love, Ranjha can be justified, if we think his side…for him, Heer washis life…and who would not go behind his life…Not all can ignore their past and just go forward…Some are still too sensitive to forget past as past…

    As they say…Everything is fair in Love and War…and Ranjha was in love…

    My only opinion would be….if he is doing anything for his love, he should also see what the other person want also…If Heer to expects to be with Ranjha, then, what Ranjha did is fine…But if Heer never wanted to be with Ranjha, then maybe it was selfishness…

    Nobody has to think of the happiness of everybody else..atleast think of the one who u love…

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    • Bikram says:

      No it did not happen that way, Ranjha had given up and become a sadhu it was when he was begging for alms that heer came in his life again and then he and her thought of eloping away ..

      so thats why the question should he have done it or if he knew it was heers place he shud have gone away ….

      but yeah i understand what you mean love is blind and sometimes one shud do things for ONESELF tooo 🙂

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  43. UmaS says:

    Love knows no boundaries…it crosses all limits….and one is this….

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  44. I see that you are using WordPress on your blog, wordpress is the best.*.”;;

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  45. Oh i really envy the way you post topics, how i wish i could write like that.::’-`

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  46. sam says:

    did they have sex?

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  47. aman says:

    go to hell u bastard, u cannot understand the meaning of true love, they were heavenly made love couple of which u foolish and idiot people are jealous of their famous true love.
    Go to hell

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    • Thank you so much Mr. Aman punia. . You a
      Sure are a gentleman..

      Usually I ask new visitors to visit again and that they are welcome.. but you sir please don’t. As this is a decent blog and I don’t want the likes of you visiting here.. I am sure you have a lot others to spam..

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  48. aman punia says:

    go to hell u bastard, u will never understand the meaning of true love. They were heavenly made couple of which u foolish bastards get jealous of their famous true love.

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    • Right. Wow a person likeyou knows about true love. And talks this language.

      Well done to you.. and thanks for using the colorful language I can surely see what sort of person you are .. and what sort of education you have got.

      Anyway I guess a bastard would surely know what other is..

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