garchih huu;N diivaanah par kyuu;N dost kaa khaa))uu;N
aastii;N me;N dashnah pinhaa;N haath me;N nashtar khulaa
1) although I am mad, why would I fall for the friend's
2) in the sleeve a dagger hidden, in the hand a lancet revealed/opened
fareb : 'Deception, deceit, fraud, trick, duplicity, treachery, imposture, delusion, fallacy; allurement, beguilement, &c.' (Platts p.780)
dashnah : 'A dagger, poniard'. (Platts p.518)
A 'lancet' [nashtar] was an instrument used for blood-letting, a common medical practice of the day; among other benefits, it was thought to relieve pressure on the brain.