The phrase 'pyar kiya to nibhana' has been taken from Hindi language. Hindi is the one of the primary national languages of India. The word 'pyar' means love in English. The phrase here implies that if you have loved someone, you should keep maintaining it. This is the basic theme of Indian traditional love, where unlike westernized culture, Indians believe that love is something that happens once in a life time and it is that love that one should feel it, sense it by heart - and should maintain its promise even for the sake of own life. The message here reflects the essence of eternal love that is the primary ingredient of eastern culture.