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Mujhe to IAS ban-na hai

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Jab raat ki sard tanhai me
Apne hin jagne par
Kheej tumhe aane lage...
History,chemistry aur'the hindu'
Jab dushman najar aane lage
To sochna ki, 35 saal ki dream life ke liye
2 saal hame jagna hai
Kyunki mujhe to IAS ban-na hai..

Delhi ki garmi jab ubaane lage
Coaching se aate-jaate pair[legs] thartharane lage, To ruk-kar sochna
Jin lakho logo ke liye
Kal tumhe ladna hai,
Mujhe to IAS ban-na hai..

Asafaltao se nirash hokar
Kadam jab beer-bar ki taraf jaane lage
Jab nashe ki botal aur botal ka nasha
Dono ek duje se najre churane lage
To sochna ki
Lal-batti ke bonut pe baith kar
Agar aasmani taaro ko takna hai,
To mujhe to IAS ban-na hai..

Jab baat nase ki ho saaki
To Optionals ke jaam me
Sirf 'GS' ka ice-cube hin dalna hai,
Kyunki mujhe to IAS ban-na hai..

Ab bahut hua ki
Tum galat-ya mai galat ,
Ab to system me ghuskar
System ki badalna hai
Mujhe to IAS ban-na hai...
 
-by an aspirant for all aspirants

Source - Swapnil Patil

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