Published on 10 May 2010 | over 8 years ago
Aye Kash Main Ban Jaon Madine Ka Musafir
Naat (Urdu: نعت) refers to poetry in praise of the Islamic prophet Muhammad (SAW). The practice is popular in South Asia (Bangladesh, Pakistan and India), commonly in Pashto, Bengali, Urdu or Punjabi language. People who recite naat are known as naat khawan or sana'a-khua'an. Exclusive "praise to Allah" and Allah alone is called Hamd, not to be confused with 'Naat', which contains "praise to the prophet Muhammad (SAW)". In Arab countries, lyrics and praises said for the Muhammad (SAW) are called Nasheeds.
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