Folder Hazrat Nisar Ahmed h

This folder contains a collection of recorded naat and nasheed of our Hazrat Nisar Ahmed رحمتاالله علیه digitally converted into audio mp3 format which can either be played directly or downloaded.

audio Eh-Khudaa Eh-Maalikay Do Jahaa Popular

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Eh Khudaa Eh Maalikay Do Jahaa is a Hamd in the praise of Allah Subhanallah'wa'ta'aala. It was both written and read by Hazrat Nisar Ahmed رحمتاالله علیه This is a remastered version of a family tape recording made roughly in the late 80s - early 90s in the United Kingdom

audio Mehraaj-Isra Qasidah of Aala Hazrat Popular

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Mehraaj Naat / Qasidah Isra was written by Aala Hazrat رحمتاالله علیه also known as Hazrat Imam Ahmed Raza Qadri رحمتاالله علیه.  It is one of the most comprehensive and beautiful works of poetry in Urdu, depicting the Night Journey of our Prophet صلي الله عليه و سلم - also know as the Night of Isra, or Mehraaj Shareef.  Read Most beatifully by Hazrat Nisar Ahmed رحمتاالله علیه in the 1990's in the United Kingdom. It was one of their favourite Naat

audio Zameeno Zamaa Popular

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Zameeno Zamaa Naat was written by Aala Hazrat رحمتاالله علیه also known as Hazrat Imam Ahmed Raza Qadri رحمتاالله علیه.  Read Most beautifully by Hazrat Nisar Ahmed رحمتاالله علیه during a Milad  in the 1980's, in the United Kingdom.

"It is narrated by Mu‘ādh bin Jabal that he heard the Messenger of Allāh (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) saying:

   Allāh the Exalted and Almighty said: ‘My love has been made obligatory for those two persons who love each other on My count and spend time together for My sake, and see each other for My sake and give money to each other generously for My sake.’"

This sahīh (sound) hadīth narrated by Mālik bin Anas in al-Muwattā, b. of sha‘ar (hair) ch.5 (2:954#16), and Ibn ‘Abd-ul-Barr said its chain is good. Ahmad bin Hambal also transmitted it in his Musnad (5:233); Hākim in al-Mustadrak (4:169), who graded it sahīh, and also confirmed by Dhahabī; Baghawī in Sharh-us-sunnah, (13:49-50#3463); Khatīb Tabrīzī in Mishkāt-ul-masābīh, b. of ādāb (good manners) ch.16 (3:75#5011). [src: Ch3 of Beseeching for Help, Tahir-ul-Qadri]