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#31 [Permalink] Posted on 12th June 2020 10:13
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And then I get blamed for chasing people and asking them to clarify. :P

The thread is about "Naat", there are only 3 options:

  1. I don't know what is "Naat", can you tell me?
  2. Post Naats
  3. State that you are diverging from the topic and say that "This is a Nasheed and not a Naat but I like it so just wanted to share"


But we are where we are in this Ummah because of the state of the Muslims. Of course we blame CIA, Mossad and Jews for our problems.
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#32 [Permalink] Posted on 12th June 2020 10:17
Taray Hotay janam Liya hota Naat by Hassan Nisar recited by Junaid Saleem

Halalified YouTube Audio
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#33 [Permalink] Posted on 12th June 2020 16:45
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I prefer the ones in Arabic and the Arabs dont use the word Naat mostly call them Qasidahs.

Qasidah Muhammadiya
Of Imam Busairi ( rah)

Recited by Qari Saad Nomani with English subtitles.

youtu.be/5e5o9--2v0Q
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#34 [Permalink] Posted on 12th June 2020 17:11
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Salawatun Tayyibatun written by
Shaykh Salih Al Jafari رحمة الله عليه this Shaykh was from Egypt and was known for his deep love for Durood and reciting it thousands of time a day everyday. He saw the Prophet (saw) numerous times in his dreams. Has written various Qasidahs.

The following with English translation is recited by his students in a melancholy Sudanese style with a deep sense of yearning.

youtu.be/CZAsJQ4AZYo
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#35 [Permalink] Posted on 12th June 2020 18:02
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This is so beautiful! May Allah ta'ala grant us all the intercession of our beloved our master Muhammad صلی الله عليه وسلم.
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#36 [Permalink] Posted on 12th June 2020 18:23
Persian Naat

تنم فرسودہ جاں پارہ ز ہجراں، یا رسول اللہﷺ
دلم پژمردہ آوارہ ز عصیاں، یا رسول اللہﷺ

My body is dissolving in your separation and my soul is breaking into pieces, O Prophet of Allah ﷺ
Due to my sins, my heart is wandering and becoming weak, O Prophet of Allah ﷺ

چوں سوۓ من گذر آری، من مسکین ز ناداری
فداۓ نقش نعلینت کنم جاں، یا رسول اللہ ﷺ

Please show yourself in a dream at least, to a poor sinner like me,
ecstatically I will sacrifice my soul even for your blessed sandal, O Prophet of Allah ﷺ

زجام حب تو مستم ، با زنجیر تو دل بستم
نمی گویم کی من بستم سخنداں، یا رسول اللہ ﷺ

I am drowned in your love and the chain of your love binds my heart.
Yet I don’t say that I know this language (of love) O Prophet of Allah ﷺ

ز کردہ خیش حیرانم، سیاہ شد روز عصیانم
پشیمانم، پشیمانم، پشیمانم، یا رسول اللہ ﷺ

I am worried due to my misdeeds and I feel that my sins have blackened my heart
I am ashamed! I am ashamed! I am ashamed! O Prophet of Allah ﷺ

چوں بازوۓ شفاعت را کشا بر گناہگاراں
مکن محروم جامی را در آں، یا رسول اللہﷺ

When you spread your hands to intercede for the sinners on the Day of Judgement
Then do not deprive Jaami of your exalted intercession O Prophet of Allah! ﷺ
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#37 [Permalink] Posted on 12th June 2020 18:38
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SubhanAllah beautiful written by Mullah Jami ( rah )

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#38 [Permalink] Posted on 12th June 2020 19:06
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My Urdu is weak let alone Persian or even Arabic. I can't read it nor am I capable of understanding it.

But, if read as it is, does it not sound a bit Barelwi (shirk type)?

I maybe misunderstanding it and the way it is sung, hence the confusion / frustration.

I know nasheeds/naats/qasidahs are sung in praise in this way, I'm just kind of clearing it up with a disclaimer that I can't grasp it correctly.
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#39 [Permalink] Posted on 12th June 2020 19:18
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I also understand only a little bit of Persian but I have posted the English translation along with it. I don't see any problem with the wording. Which part do you think contains shirk? Asking the Prophet صلی الله عليه وسلم for intercession?
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#40 [Permalink] Posted on 12th June 2020 19:31
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It's as if the poet is asking the Prophet (saw) directly instead of Allah. And I appreciate its not done with that intent, its done out of love and devotion.

Eg. Please show yourself in a dream.....

Personally if I was a poet of some kind or just one to ask for dua, I'd say Ya Allah, please show rasulallah in my dreams... Etc
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#41 [Permalink] Posted on 12th June 2020 19:38
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That's how poetry is written, certain things are not to be taken literally. But I got your point.
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#42 [Permalink] Posted on 12th June 2020 19:43
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Mullah Jami ( rah ) was one of the great awliyah.

Its all about understanding the art and language of poetry and the metaphors used. No shirk in the above.

It is quite common in poetic verse to address the beloved directly.

So one may write a poem in memory of their father who has passed away.
And say, "Oh Beloved Father since you have passed away loneliness and Sorrow have descended upon us."

The Salafiyyah will claim it is shirk because the one who wrote it, is implying, the father is present and can hear him.

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#43 [Permalink] Posted on 12th June 2020 20:07
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Some guys I was stuck with sang similar shirki sounding songs in dari. (Afghani farsi dialect).

Barely remember it. One of the lines was...

Ehy banda gar karday ghunna soyay Rasoolullah beyaa.
Oh servant if you sin then turn to Rasoolullah.

I tried to get them to change it to...

Ehy banda gar karday ghunna soyay Allah miah beyaa.
Oh servant if you sin then turn to Allah miah.

I think they probably meant it because these guys carried out all sorts of biddah and shirk. So many that it was like they were making them up on the spot. Worse than our indopak barelwis.


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#44 [Permalink] Posted on 12th June 2020 20:23
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If we apply the same standards to this naat of Qari Tayyab Sahab RA then it can also be termed as shirk :( naudhubillah
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#45 [Permalink] Posted on 12th June 2020 20:41

Anyways back to the topic of thread.

Moroccan Qasida ( Bushra Lana ) Glad tidings.

youtu.be/NJuVGmx4DCg

Someone has posted translation in the comments to the video.
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