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1896,
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{1896,1}

muddat paa-e chinaar rahe hai;N muddat gul;xan-taabii kii
barso;N hu))e hai;N ghar se nikle ((ishq ne ;xaanah-;xaraabii kii

1) for a long time we have remained {an attentive servant / 'at the foot of the plane-tree'}, for a long time we did oven-heating
2) it's been years since we left our home-- passion made us home-wrecked

 

Notes:

S. R. Faruqi:

paa-e chinaar = an attentive servant
gul;xan-taabii = heating a stove or oven

The opening-verse is commonplace; I have put it here in order to establish the form of the ghazal. Although indeed, paa-e chinaar / paa-chinaar is a fresh and uncommon word. The truth is that it's so uncommon that it is not found in any established Urdu dictionary. [A discussion of the flaws of various Urdu dictionaries.]

FWP:

SETS
MOTIFS == HOME
NAMES
TERMS

I have nothing special to add.