The concept of Na’at is deep-rooted in the Muslim society. Commonly , Na’at Sharif is a tribute to portray your love, affection, and respect for the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). It is a poetic collection written and recited in an honor and praise of the Prophet (PBUH).

Let your heart soar, when you listen to these beautiful Na’ats. Feel the power of the words and the emotions that they carry.

Here, Phaser Team collected some of the most famous Na’at tracks which people love to listen during the month of Ramadan.

  1. ‘Ilahi Teri Chokhat Pay’ by Junaid Jamshed

The infamous singer turned religious scholar, Junaid Jamshed recited several heart-rending Naats and Hamds. We have selected a few of his renowned Naats that are a must have in your Ramadan playlist: Jalwa-e-Jana; Muhammad (SAW) Ka Roza; Mera Dil Badal Day & Ilahi Teri Chokhat Pay are a few that gained massive popularity.

  1. ‘Maula Dil Badal Day’ by Ali Haider

Ali Haider, a well-known musician, who previously stepped away from the music industry reappeared with a religious avatar by releasing his fist na’at “Maula Dil Badal Day” from his album Muhammad (PBUH) Ka Naam Lewa Hoon, which is a soothing Sufi track to add in your Ramadan playlist.

 

  1. ‘Na Tera Khuda Koi Aur Hai’ by Najam Sheraz

Najam Sheraz, the spellbinding pop-star who sang his first solo ‘In Say Nain’ turned towards Sufi music and released the Hamd “Na Tera Khuda Koi Aur Hai” gained a lot of appreciation from his fans.

 

  1. ‘Qasidah Burdah Shareef’ by Momina Mustehsan

Coke Studio sensation, Momina Mustehsan, started off her career by singing the infamous track “Afreen Afreen” beside the legendary artist Rahat Fateh Ali Khan. Last year, Momina in respect of the Holy month of Ramadan, recited the “Qasidah Burdah Shareef” on national TV channel through which she received an overwhelming response.

  

  1. ‘Khudi Ka Sare-Nihan’ by Shehzad Roy

Shehzad Roy, who mostly sings patriotic or revolutionary tracks recited one of the famous Sufi Kalams by Allama Iqbal “Khudi Ka Sare-Nihan” that is every 90’s kids’ favorite and an essential track to add up.

 

  1. ‘Madinay Mein’ by Ali Hamza

Noori band’s guitarist and the heartthrob from the coke studio’s hit number “Tinak Dhin” Ali Hamza, recently released his Naat on national TV “Madinay Mein” which is his first mystical record of his career.

 

  1. ‘Tajdar-e-Haram’ by Atif Aslam 

This one needs no introduction. Atif Aslam has made a hallmark globally because of his soulful voice and is loved throughout South Asia for giving one after another super hit songs. In Coke Studio Season 9, his tribute to Late Sabri Brothers by performing their timeless Qawwali “Tajdar-e-Haram”, he made the audience fall in love with the Sufi music all over again.

  1. ‘Qismat Jo Nahi Hai Woo Mangoo Hussain Say’ by Ali Hamza 

At a very young age, Ali Hamza who is a famous naat khawaan got the audience in awe by reciting several naats. The most noticeable of all was his Qismat Jo Nahi which was in respect to the Prophet’s (PBUH) grandson Hazrat Hussain (A.S).

In the month of Ramadan,

PHASER Team wishes you 4 weeks of blessings,

30 days of clemency, and 720 hours of enlightenment.
Happy Ramadan 2018!

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