Thursday Challenge (38) :- Mother

Posted: May 17, 2012 in Animals, Family, Photography, Thursday Challenge
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Thursday Challenge : MOTHER (Grandmother, Mom, Animal Mother, Mother with Children,…)

and for those who can understand Punjabi, I don’t have the heart to translate already cried once putting this on..

Is duniyaa vich jineee rishte sab jhoote te behroop,      (all relations in this world are lies and have a mask)
maa da rishta sab toh sacha maa hai rab da roop,           (mother’s are true and are face of god)
maa hai rab da roop…….

Vekh Li Valait Yaaro Vekh Li Valait,                                     (I have seen the life abroad)
Goriyan Ranga De Vitch Dil Ne Black,                                   ( fair colored people have heart which is black)
Oh Vekhi Saari Duniya Mai Vekh Li Valait,
Goriyan Ranga De Vitch Dil Ne Black

  1. Punam J R says:

    True – no one can match the greatness of a mother’s heart.


  2. anisnest says:

    mother – no comparison at all.. a human beyond words..


  3. Usha says:

    Bikramjit, So loving and cozy picture of Mom Sheep and baby sheep. First scene of telephone conversation is very touching..good song..loved this emotional theme.


  4. NRIGirl says:

    Wish I knew Punjabi; but of course a mother is a mother in all make and model in every single language!


  5. Shobha says:

    Maa hai Rab da roop….sach mei .


  6. Even now I miss my mother often.

    The pictures are beautiful.


  7. pixie says:

    Beautiful pics Biks!


  8. Jas says:

    I heard this long time back and couldn’t stop myself from crying too..


  9. Nice pics. But I think we should look at things more practically, especially when it comes to relationships.

    Destination Infinity


  10. Confused D says:

    A beautiful picture with beautiful emotions! 🙂


  11. Swaram says:

    Awww I ws planning to put up a similar pic too – goat and kid 🙂 So cute Bik!


  12. Shilpa Garg says:

    Super sweet pic and the song makes it all the more profound!


  13. R-A-J says:

    “Mom”.. three little letters that keeps a whole planet running….


  14. Rajlakshmi says:

    beautiful captures 😀


  15. Awww.. 🙂

    Loved this post so much !
    Cute pics and a beautiful song… touching
    ”maa hai rab da roop”


  16. Say Cheese says:

    wonderful photographs. Loved’em. Naale gana ta hai hi bahut changa ji. 🙂


  17. metherebel says:

    Super like!! Love the pics 🙂


  18. Rosy says:

    “M” is for the Million things she gave me,
    “O” means only that she’s growing Old,
    “T” is for the Tears she shed whenever I was or am in trouble,
    “H” is for her Heart of purest gold;
    “E” is for her Eyes, with love-light shining for me,
    “R” means Right, and right she’ll always be,
    Put them all together, they spell “MOTHER,”
    A word that means the world to me.


  19. Beautiful Shots Bikram…..and that video is so beautiful and your mom is going to come over to your place too right . 🙂


  20. Ria says:

    The song was so touching…and the pics so apt!


  21. b K Chowla says:

    Yes Bik,even God cant match mother’s love


  22. Ashwathy says:

    No words 😐


  23. Andy says:

    Hello Bikram.
    Love is the only universal language that needs no translation.
    Very touching post my friend. Enjoyed the video. Nice photos too. Thanks for sharing.

    Don’t forget to bookmark your calendar for the next Blog Hop Saturday! on Sat June 2nd. Invite your Friends too…everyone is welcome!


  24. Me says:

    A verrrrrryyyyy cute picture of the baby sheep with mother sheep… Watching this video gave me goosebumps….. :’)

    Sirjee…tussi great ho!


  25. renu says:

    I am a mother but i feel very uncomfortable with all this mush….to me mothers are also humane only…


  26. Onkar says:

    lovely pictures


  27. Vaish says:

    very touching take on the T.Challenge…Loved them being together…


  28. Kroten says:

    aaawwww…that is soooo sweet.
    Too bad we reptiles don’t have connection with our biological mother, only with our adopted ‘mother’


  29. Rekha says:

    Beautiful Song and beautiful pictures.


  30. Lovely pics 🙂 The poem is so true!


  31. When I was a kid I used to listen to lot of Punjabi songs, not the ones with dancing tunes, the ones with meaning to it. I hope you can understand as my village is close to Kiratpur Sahib. Soulful song and the photo is so touching. BTW, I was a or I am a huge Hans Raj Hans fan…:) Thank you for a lovely song.


    • Yes i know kiratput sahib and i can also understand why not modern dancing tunes only in songs .. I like hans raj hans tooo but he has not come out with many songs for a long time ..
      Thank you Saru 🙂


  32. Ashwini C N says:

    Heartening to see this. Wonderful Song!


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