In Urdu, Punjabi, Hindi, Shaayaree, or poetry, essentially comprises of couplet, or Sher. The plural for Sher is Ashaar. The form ghazal is a collection of mulitiple ashaar â€“ each of which should convey a complete thought without any reference to other shayari of the same ghazal. In fact, though belonging to the same ghazal, the different ashaar therein can have completely different meaning and tone relative to one another. Essential Shaayree vocabulary: Ashar (Couplet). It consists of two lines (MISRA); first line is called â€˜MISRA-E-OOLAâ€™ and the second is called â€˜MISRA-E-SANIâ€™. Each verse embodies a single thought or subject (sing) SHER, Shero, Shayari, Shyari, Shayri.
Kisiki Muskurahatt Ko Apni Kamzori Na Bana,Kisi Ki Saanson Ko Apni Majburi Na Bana,Na Samaj Paye Jo Teri Aanhon Ko,Usse Apni Zindagi Ki Dori Na BanaÃ¢â¬Â¦Ã¢â¬â¢
Kaash Smajh Lete Wo Humari Tanhai,Kartein Na Aesi Ruswayi,Chod Diya Tanha Akela ShayadIsiliye Muskurati Aankhon MeinAansuon Ki Mala Chalak Ayi.Ã¢â¬â¢
Palkon Mein Qaidd Kuchh Sapne Hai,Kuchh Begane Kuchh Apne Hai,Na Jane Kya Kashishh Hai Inn Khayalon Mein,Aap Humse Durr Hoke BhiÃ¢â¬Â¦.. Kittne Apne HaiÃ¢â¬Â¦Ã¢â¬â¢