WATCH: Durood O’ Salam By Asim Azhar Will Make You Relive Soulful & Nostalgic Prayers

Durood O Salam by Asim Azhar

Adding to the holy atmosphere all around in the midst of Ramazan, Asim Azhar has released a soulful compilation of four durood O Salam in praise of Allah and Prophet Muhammad, which we have all listened to in our childhood.

As Ramazan approaches its final Ashra, and Muslims throughout the world continue to celebrate it to the fullest, Azhar released a teaser of his “small effort” at compiling and reciting his favorite durood on Instagram on Sunday.

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Durood O’ Salam is a devotional track that starts with Bekas pe Karam kijiye Sarkar-e-Madina and ends with Ya Nabi Salam Alayka with Mustafa Jaan e Rehmat and Maula Ya Salli in between.

Aik choti si koshish (a small effort). I grew up listening to these Durood O’ Salam from my mother and grandmother, and wanted to present this to you guys with all the love for Almighty and our Holy Prophet (SAW)”, wrote Azhar as he shared the video clip on Instagram.

Take a look at it:

The video for the devotional track, directed by Bilawal Hussain Abbasi, shows the 25-year-old crooner performing along with kids as they submit their prayers and praise to God in the buildings of the Badshahi Mosque and in the streets of old Lahore.

You can check out the complete track here:

It goes without saying that Azhar’s rendition of his favorite durood has now been effortlessly added to the much-loved list of devotional tracks and religious Kalams produced in the past years.

Tracks such as Tajdar-e-Haram and Wohi Khuda Hai by Atif Aslam and Aaqa by Abida Parveen and Ali Sethi have always always been able to captivate listeners with the incomparable magic of spiritual anthems, and Durood O’ Salam is clearly no different. Listen to these beautiful tracks truly refreshes your soul. 

By the way, we have also compiled a list of some of the most beautiful naats for you so do check them out!

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