Classic And Best Naats Collection Ever

Classic And Best Naats Collection Ever: Here we are presenting a unique collection of classic and meaningful naats for whom who have understanding of the kalam.

Chalo Dayare Nabi Ki Janib Durood Labo Par Saja Saja Kar

chalo dyare nabi ki janib durood labo par saja saja kar

Ae Mola Mujhe Apne Dar Pe Bula

bhatka musafir ki ye he dua

Ya Mere Allah Meri Qismat Jagane Ko Khuda Ka Naam Kafi Hai

meri qismat jagane ko khuda ka naam kafi hai

Kahi Bhi Zulm Ki Talwar Se Hargiz Nahi Darte,Kisi Taghoot Ki Chokhat Pe Apne Sir Nahi Rakhte

ertugralclssic tarana kahi bhi zulm ki talwar


Ek Pal ke liye duniya me kahi Tauheen e Nabi manzoor nahi

classic naat ek pal ke liye duniya me

Kamal ye he khazan ki rut me gulab lahja,bana ke rakhna  kamal ye he, hawa ki zid pe diya jalana, jala ke rakhan kamal y he

kamal ye he khazan ki rut best naat

Hayya alaa Khairil amal ankhe bicha pero tale jin per mere aqa chale chal tu bhi un raho pe chal

hayya ala khairil amal

He Naz Mujhko He Khshnaseebi K Ummati Hu Me Mustafa Ka

ummati hu mustafa ka he khnaseebi

Bin Dekhe MUhammad Per Qurban Zamana He, Jis Jis ko bhi dekha wo unka diwana he


bindekhe muhammad per qurban zamana he

Har Zamane Men Payambar Bhi Nabi Bhi Aaye Jigar Moradabadi

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Allama Iqbal: Heart touching Poetry in Heart Touching Voice With Their Meanings

Allama Iqbal: Heart touching Poetry in Heart Touching Voice With Their Meanings: In  this world Who does not know this big name? A poet, A thinker, A philosopher, A forecaster, A barrister, An advocate, who was born on 9th November 1877.
He was Muhammad Iqbal Whom we know as Sir Allama Iqbal. He was, like others, in the beginning, an average poet. His poetry had not any message but only fulfilled the needs of Shayari. But as the time had passed he changed his thoughts and made his poetry a meaningful poetry. Where the hearts find their soul.

Let’s understand his poetry.

In this article you can find the best collection of your loving poet Allama Iqbal. Here you can read him, you can listen his poetry in best voices we find ever and you can understand here them.

#01-Kabhi Ae Nojawan Muslim Tadabbur bhi kiya tune

This poem is in Bang E Dara by the name of Khitab ba nojawanan e islam. In this poem Allama Iqbal addessed to the Muslim youth. He said addressing them as o Muslim youth,”have ever pondered on deep and serious things? What is this world in which this you is only a broken star.You came of a stock that nourishes you in the close embracing of love, A stock that ttrempled under the foot of Dara who wore the crown.The simple life of was the pride they had in their deeds of glorious show.

#02-Sharabe Kuhn Phir Pila Saqiya

#03-Tu Raaze Kun Fakaan he Apni ankhon per Ayan hoja

#04-Tu Abhi Rah Guzar Me He Qaid e Maqam Se Guzar

#05-Jab Ishq Sikhata He Aadaab E Khud Aagaahi Khulte hen Ghulamo per Asar e Shahanshahi

#06-Loh Bhi Tu Ya Muhammad

#07-Kabhi Ae Haqiqat e Muntazar Nazar Aa Libas e Majaz Men

#08-Sitaron Se Aage Jahan Aur Bhi Hen

#09-Tere Ishq Ki Intiha Chahta Hun

#10-Chin o Arab Hamara Hidostan Hamara

#11-Sare Jahan Se Achcha Hidostan Hamara

#12-Lab Pe Aati He Dua Ban Ke Tamanna Meri

#13-Aata He Yad Mujhko Guzra Hua Zamana


Noman Shah Bukhari Best Kalam and Best Naats Of Noman Shah Bukhari

Noman Shah Bukhari is a famous Naat reciter. He recites, mostly,naats performing on public stages. He is not only famous for his naats but you may listen in his soulful voice hamds, tarane and nazm. Here we collected his some best kalams. we will update it soon in-sha-allah. So play and keep in touch with us. Jazakallah noman shah bukhari best kalam

Neeli Ankho wali gudiay ham tujh se sharminda hen

Salam Us per jo duniya k liye Rahmat hi Rahmat he

Nabi ke sahaba ke raste pe chal ke

karde ahle burma ke dukh door allah

Mustafa ke name se

Kabhi ae nojawan muslim tadabbur bhi kiya tune

Ek din rasoole pak ne ashab se kaha

Aao ham samet len ye rahmaten ramzan ki

Chahra he unka jese chand chodhwi ka

Kaha me kaha mad’he girami


Top 12 Hafiz Abu Bakar Naat 2019 [Free Download/Listen Online]

Hafiz Abu Bakar Naat 2019: Many of our fans wanted us to publish the collection of naat. Hence, we have created an amazing list for you guys. Enjoy. Don’t forget to share it with your friends on Whatsapp & Facebook.

Hafiz Abu Bakr Madani is a world famous and popular naat reciter. His natural voice touches the hearts. He recites confidently with his heart.

He doesn’t try to beautify his voice with background music and this is his beauty. So most of his naats are free of music. Let’s listen. If you have any kind of problem please feel free to contact us.

Very soon we will provide all the naats in the text form for students can recite easily. In-sha Allah

Top 100 Hafiz Abu Bakar Naat 2019 [Free Download]

Top 100 Hafiz Abu Bakar Naat 2019 [Free Download]

1-Hasbi Rabbi Jalallaah Maa Fi Qalbi Ghairullah

2-Hoga Ek Jalsa Hashr Mein

3-Salam Us Per Ke Jisne Bekaso ki Dastgiri Ki

4-Mery KHuda Meri Ankhon Ki Roshni Ke Liye

5-Kaabe Pe Padi Jab Pahli Nazar Kiya Cheez He Duniya Bhool Gaya

6- Deeni Madaris Zindabad

7- Sayyide Konain Tere Janisaro Ko Salam

8- Ho Mubarak Tujhe Hazrate Aaminah

9-Shukr He Tera Khudaya

10- Main Banda E Aasi Hu

11- Mujhko Peshani Tu Dahleez Talak Lane De

12- Is Qadar Tu Kyu Machalta He

We have done our best to provide you most fresh and unique naat of 2019. We are keep updating our blog with more such naat. So, don’t foreget to bookmark our blog.

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Maulana Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi (Everything You Need To Know!)

Maulana Syed Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi was indisputably one of the greatest exponents of Islam in the second half of the twentieth century and because of his command over Arabic, through his writings and speeches, he had a wide area of influence extending far beyond the Sub-continent, particularly in the Arab World.

He believed in Islam as a blessing for mankind and as a positive and creative factor in human history. In a sense, Islam was perceived by him as a civilizational force which retained its relevance in the modern age as a viable counterpoint to the Western civilization with all its excesses. The Maulana’s forte was his extraordinary grasp of Islamic history.

It is this historic sense of the rise and fall of Muslims in different ages and regions, which prompted him ever to take a long-term rather than a short-term, a broad rather than a narrow, view of the problems the contemporary community faced.

Maulana Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi

Maulana Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi

He stood for mutual respect, for peaceful coexistence, for human values, for establishing a social ambiance based on tolerance and harmony in India and in the world at large. Scion of an illustrious family which has produced scholars and spiritual preceptors like Shah Alamullah Naqshbandi and Syed Ahmad Shaheed, the Maulana’s father, Hakim Syed Abul Hai

He was an eminent scholar of his time, immortalized by his encyclopedic work, Nuzhatul Khawatir, (in eight volumes) containing about 5,000 biographical notes on Muslim scholars, theologians, jurists, etc. of India, apart from other notable works. Syed Abul Hasan Ali was born in 1333 A.H. (1914 A.D.). Having lost his father at the age of nine.

He was brought up by his elder brother, Dr. Syed Abul Ali Hasani who practiced medicine at Lucknow. He specialized in Arabic literature at NadwatulUlama, Lucknow, studied Hadith under Sheikh Husain Ahmed Madani at Darul Uloom, Deoband, and Tafsir under Maulana Ahmad Ali of Lahore where he came in touch with Iqbal whose poetry left an abiding impression on him.

Besides literary and theological studies, Maulana developed a keen interest in Islamic history and also learned English in order to keep himself abreast of contemporary thought. He taught Arabic literature and Tafsir at the Nadwatul Ulama for ten years. After the demise of his elder brother, he became the Secretary of Nadwatul Ulema and subsequently as Rector he supervised both its academic and administrative management.

Apart from his long association with Nadwa (as a student, teacher, Secretary, and Nazim), he served on the Shura of the Darul Uloom, Deoband, chaired the Managing Committee of Darul Musannifin, Azamgarh and established the Academy of Islamic Research and Publications at Lucknow.

His notable Arabic work Maza Khasera al-Alamb’inhitat-il-Muslimeen was not only widely acclaimed but also carved out a place for him in the literary circles of the Arab world. Several of his works have since been translated into Arabic, English, Turkish, Bhasha Indonesia, Persian, Tamil, and some other languages. Karvaan-e-Zindagi, his autobiography in 8 volumes, and Purane-Chiragh (life sketches of contemporary personalities)

His biography of Syed Ahmad Shaheed, his biography of Hazrat Ali (KW) named Al-Murtaza and his Tarikh-e-Dawat-o-Azimat are his permanent contribution to Urdu literature. He was an Honorary Member of the Academy of Arts and Letters, Damascus and Academy of Arabic Language, Amman and served as Visiting Professor in a number of Arab universities.

Internationally recognised, he was one of the Founder Members of the Rabita at-Alam-al-Islami,Makka, (1963), and served on the Higher Council of the Islamic University,Medina, the Executive Committee of the Federation of Islamic Universities, Rabat, and as the Chairman of the Board for the Centre of Islamic Studies of the Oxford University. The lectures he delivered at Indian, Arab and Western Universities have been highly appreciated as an original contribution to the study of Islam and on Islam’s relevance to the modern age.

In 1980, he received the Faisal International Award, followed by the Brunei Award and the UAE Award in 1999. The Maulana was one of the founders of the All India Muslim Majlis-e-Mushawarat (1964), the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (1972) and the All India Dini Talimi Council.

To promote communal harmony, the Maulana became one of the founders of FOCUS which was later transformed into Society for Communal Harmony. He also established a movement ‘Payam-e-Insaniyat’ to preach the gospel of universal love and brotherhood. Abul Hasan Ali Hasani Nadwi died on 23 Ramadan, 1420 AH (December 31, 1999) in Raebareli, India at the age of 85.

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