Tum, mein aur ek khat.
نجد سے جانبِ لیلی جو ہوا آتی ہے دلِ مجنوں کے دھڑکنے کی صدا آتی ہے
From that moment on, everything was about tum, mein aur ek khat. Majnun began to spend every waking moment writing an endless stream of letters for Layla and spent his nights dreaming of her. Layla began to wait every day for a pigeon to reach her with another letter from her love, finding herself lost in hopes of their future together as she held each letter close to her chest. The words on every letter held together their memories and made their love immortal. However, their time together was short-lived and these fleeting moments of devotion became a memory of the past. From their families to the people around them, forces beyond their imagination worked towards their separation. Some storytellers say that Majnun was banished to the desert after being stoned and it was followed by them taking their last breath together while others have claimed their love story ended with other variations of tragedy. But the only undeniable ending is that today they persist as rebellions with a cause of love and their story remains alive.
Dastan-e-Layla Majnun: lafani, porjoshi, la mahdod....