As the holy month of Ramzan approaches, it is time to take a break from the tiring worldly affairs. It is the time to contemplate your life and listen to the needs of your soul. What could be a better way than listening to eloquent naats for Ramzan?
Naat is a lyrical poem to praise the highly exalted character of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). It is evident from historical records that even during the lifetime of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), the Muslims used to read naats to him. He greatly appreciated the love and affection people showered on him through their prose and poetry. He even gifted his shawl to Hazrat Kaab Ibn Zuhair (RA) when he presented the gift of Qaseeda Burdah Sharif to the Holy Prophet (PBUH)
Some Most Beautiful Naats For Ramzan
Huzoor Aisa Koi Intezam Hojaye
Hafiz Tahir Qadri recited this naat originally. The naat became so famous that many naatkhuans, including Sabih Uddin Rehmani, recited it later. The naat truly depicts the feelings of a believer towards his Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). There is humility, passion, and profound affection for Muhammad (PBUH) in the words of this naat.
Zameen o Zamaan Tumharey Liye
Khursheed Ahmad gave his melodious voice to this beautiful naat. It is one of the most sought-after naats for Ramzan. The naat attempts to glorify the divine status of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Even before Allah created the worlds, the name of Muhammad (PBUH) was written on the skies. Listen to this beautiful naat of Ramzan and refresh your soul.
Muhammad Ka Roza Qareeb Araha Hai
The highest level of fortune is when a Muslim gets the opportunity to visit Roza-e-Mubarak of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) in Madinah. An ideal naat of Ramzan sung by Junaid Jamshed portrays the feelings of a believer as he comes closer to the holy mosque of Madinah, Masjid-e-Nabawi.
Written by Hafiz Shirazi and sung by the Sabri brothers in 1982, this beautiful tribute to the distinguished status of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) rules our hearts even today. Atif Aslam also sang this qawwali in Coke Studio effectively doing justice to the original creation. The qawwali depicts the utmost humility of Muslim showering praises on the beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
Sare La Makan Se Talab Hui
Another masterpiece by Sabri brothers, it is one of the most passionate naats for Ramzan. Starting with low notes, the naat describes the miraculous journey of the Ascension of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). How eloquently the poet, Hazrat Amber Ali Shah Warsi detailed every sequence of that journey! He tried to give a glimpse of the deep affection Allah holds for his beloved Prophet Muhammad(PBUH). This holy journey was a gift from Allah to the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) when he was sorrowful upon the demise of the two most important people in his life; his wife Hazrat Khadija (RA) and uncle Hazrat Abu Talib. A beautiful naat of Ramzan takes you to another world, another time just as this one.
Qaseeda Burdah Shareef
Talking about beautiful naat for Ramzan, you cannot miss the melodious Qaseeda Burdah Shareef. A true devotee of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), Hazrat Imam Sharafuddin Muhammad Al Busiri of Egypt wrote it in the thirteenth century. With more than 20 renditions, the naat captivates its listeners even today.
Ae Sabz Gumbad Waley
Listening to this beautiful naat, it is impossible to hold back your tears in the love of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). The naat depicts the terrifying scene every person will experience after death. Lying alone in the ghastly grave, every soul shall experience an indescribable trauma. When every person leaves the dead souls alone in the dark, the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) visits the grave of the Muslims. What could be a favor better than this? May Allah bless us all with the opportunity to benefit from the mercy of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
A very popular naat of Ramzan, Hasbi Rabbi refreshes a Muslim’s faith beautifully. It not only praises the character of Muhammad (PBUH) but also glorifies the qualities of Allah the Supreme. Many people have recited Hasbi Rabbi in their style and rendition. Aqib Farid, Hafiz Allama Bilal Qadri, Sami Yusuf, and many others have recited this soulful naat in their ways. These were some of the most popular naats for Ramzan. Listen to these naats and send blessings upon the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
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