Mah e Ramzan Aaya

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Mah e Ramzan Aaya Mp3 Naat By Owais Raza Qadri

Listen online or download this beautiful Ramzan 2021 Naat “Maah e Ramazan Aaya” in the beautiful voice of Owais Raza Qadri.

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About “Mah e Ramzan Aaya”

Naat Name : Mah e Ramzan Aaya
Naat Khawan : Owais Raza Qadri

Mah e Ramzan Aaya Lyrics In Roman:

Mah-e-ramzan aaya mah-e-ramzan aaya
Shor-e-maheeno sun kar tujh tak me dawan aaya

Saqi main tere sadqe main de ramzan aaya
Mah-e-ramzan aaya mah-e-ramzan aaya

Jab baan me tajalli par wo nayya re jaan aaya
Sar tha jo gira jhuk kar dil tha jo tapan aaya

Saqi main tere sadqe main de ramzan aaya
Mah-e-ramzan aaya mah-e-ramzan aaya

Taiba ke siwa sab baab pamaal-e-panah honge
Dekhoge chaman walon jab ahd-e-khazan aaya

Saqi main tere sadqe main de ramzan aaya
Mah-e-ramzan aaya mah-e-ramzan aaya

Jannat ko haram samjha aate to yahan aaya
Ab tak ke har kaamu kahta hun kahan aaya

Saqi main tere sadqe main de ramzan aaya
Mah-e-ramzan aaya mah-e-ramzan aaya

Sar aur wo sang-e-dar aankh aur wo bazm-e-noor
Zalim ko watan ka dhiyan aaya to kahan aaya

Saqi main tere sadqe main de ramzan aaya
Mah-e-ramzan aaya mah-e-ramzan aaya

Kuchh naat ke tabqe ka aalam hi nirala hai
Sakte me padi hai aql chakkar main ghuma aaya

Saqi main tere sadqe main de ramzan aaya
Mah-e-ramzan aaya mah-e-ramzan aaya

Le tauq-e-alam se ab azad ho ab qumri
Chitthi liye bakhshish ki wo sarw-e-rawan aaya

Saqi main tere sadqe main de ramzan aaya
Mah-e-ramzan aaya mah-e-ramzan aaya

Taiba se ham aate hain kahiye to jina walon
Kya dekh kar jeeta hai jo wahan se yahan aaya

Saqi main tere sadqe main de ramzan aaya
Mah-e-ramzan aaya mah-e-ramzan aaya

About Ramzan:

Ramadan (Arabic: رَمَضَان‎, romanized: Ramaḍān [ra.ma.dˤaːn]), also spelled Ramazan, Ramzan, Ramadhan or Ramathan, is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting (sawm), prayer, reflection and community. A commemoration of Muhammad’s first revelation, the annual observance of Ramadan is regarded as one of the Five Pillars of Islam and lasts twenty-nine to thirty days, from one sighting of the crescent moon to the next.

Fasting from sunrise to sunset is fard (obligatory) for all adult Muslims who are not acutely or chronically ill, travelling, elderly, breastfeeding, diabetic, or menstruating. The predawn meal is referred to as suhur, and the nightly feast that breaks the fast is called iftar. Although fatwas have been issued declaring that Muslims who live in regions with a midnight sun or polar night should follow the timetable of Mecca, it is common practice to follow the timetable of the closest country in which night can be distinguished from day.

The spiritual rewards (thawab) of fasting are believed to be multiplied during Ramadan. Accordingly, Muslims refrain not only from food and drink, but also tobacco products, sexual relations, and sinful behavior, devoting themselves instead to salat (prayer) and recitation of the Quran.

Muslims hold that all scripture was revealed during Ramadan, the scrolls of Abraham, Torah, Psalms, Gospel, and Quran having been handed down on the first, sixth, twelfth, thirteenth (in some sources, eighteenth) and twenty-fourth Ramadans,[year needed] respectively.[self-published source] Muhammed is said to have received his first quranic revelation on Laylat al-Qadr, one of five odd-numbered nights that fall during the last ten days of Ramadan.

Although Muslims were first commanded to fast in the second year of Hijra (624 CE), they believe that the practice of fasting is not in fact an innovation of monotheism but rather has always been necessary for believers to attain taqwa (the fear of God).[Quran 2:183] They point to the fact that the pre-Islamic pagans of Mecca fasted on the tenth day of Muharram to expiate sin and avoid drought.[self-published source] Philip Jenkins argues that the observance of Ramadan fasting grew out of “the strict Lenten discipline of the Syrian Churches,” a postulation corroborated by other scholars, including theologian Paul-Gordon Chandler, but disputed by some Muslim academics.

Credit:: Ramazan Description Quoted From Wikipedia.com

About Ramazan 2021

Ramadan 2021 in Pakistan will begin in the evening of
Monday, 12 April
and ends in the evening of
Wednesday, 12 May

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