hamara dil aapke paas hai isha talwar

by Radhe Gupta
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filling up

the word hamara means “to eat”, and dil aapke means to “to fill with something”. In this case, we are filling up our plate with the deliciousness of the fresh, seasonal vegetables that came out of the field and that we cooked ourselves. The process of cooking and eating the vegetables takes us from the simple act of picking them and storing them so that we can eat them to the deeper meaning of eating them.

The idea of the word hamara is of course to fill ourselves up with the bounty of the garden. A more recent translation of the word hamara is to fill the body with happiness, and that’s exactly what we do when we eat it. For us this meaning comes from the fact that we can’t eat the vegetables that we have cooked ourselves. We have to buy them fresh from the market.

There’s only one thing we can do: get all these vegetables and let them rest in our hands. A vegetable that’s eaten fresh takes its place in the garden, so we can eat them too.

The hamara dil has become a popular vegetarian dish in India, and is usually prepared with the vegetables that we have cooked ourselves. We can eat all of these vegetables and be happy with it.

This is a dish that is made with vegetables that we have cooked ourselves. We can eat all of these vegetables and be happy with it.

There’s a lot of delicious vegetables to eat, and we can eat all of these vegetables and be happy with it.Hamara dil is a wonderful dish that is made with vegetables that we have cooked ourselves. We can eat all of these vegetables and be happy with it.

And its a great way to lose weight. As I said earlier, we can eat all of these vegetables and be happy with it.

Some people also claim that this dish is a health food. However, many people who love to eat and are obese are not happy if their weight is gone. That’s because once their body has lost its excess weight, it doesn’t have enough fat to be fit again, and it has to go back to the store to get more fat. The vegetable is the same thing as the food we eat to make healthy, but the weight loss is less of a problem.

I think you should just cut it out of your diet. If you are so hungry it is not worth the effort of eating it. Just eat something else. We all deserve to eat what we want to eat, and if you feel you cannot do that, then dont eat it.

I’m a huge fan of the “do not eat, eat, don’t eat” attitude. This is a common attitude among the other posters on the forum, and it is common when you are a “mature” person with no idea of what you want to eat. However, it is a common attitude among the other posters on the forum, and it is common when you are a “mature” person with no idea of what you want to eat.

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