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Wedding Qawwalis, Nasheeds, Naats, Qasidas

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Thank you!! The first hamd is great--will definitely consider that one. I reallyy like the last one too and I listen to it in my car all the time! But I'm not sure if it'll be appropriate for the background of a wedding website. Ali ke Saath hai Zehra ki shaadi is more appropriate, so I was searching for more qasidas like that one.

Let me know if something comes up!

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Thank you!! The first hamd is great--will definitely consider that one. I reallyy like the last one too and I listen to it in my car all the time! But I'm not sure if it'll be appropriate for the background of a wedding website. Ali ke Saath hai Zehra ki shaadi is more appropriate, so I was searching for more qasidas like that one.

Let me know if something comes up!

Acha sahiba :) koi masla nahi hai.... shadi ka khana zaroor bhijva deejyay gaa :D

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chhhhiippkaaliiii. Congrats yo. You should have asked me -_-. I am the manqabat ayatullah.

dan motay stole my qawwalis -_-

Ali kai saath hain Zehra ki shaadi is a must lol.

Na poochiye kay kya Hussain hain

qasida burda sharif

- awesome nasheed

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I always thought this would be a sweet partner to 'Ali Ke Saath'...

Aaj Zahra ki Shaadi Rachi Hai: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-Z-4TFYIew

Also lovely for a wedding...

Laate hai Murtuza ki Baraat Murtazayi: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nVtoF7b5ak

Zahra ki Rukhsati:

I don't know if this would make people uncomfortable; it's a very unique qasida...

Sehra Ali Akbar Ka:

Really beautiful MHM '09 qasida...

Aisay hotay hai Ali ke naukar:

Another recent gem by Meer bhai; I wish all manqabat/naat had this kind of subtle passion...

Ya Muhammad:

A few classic naats...

Ay Saba Mustafa se Keh Dena:

Faaslon ko Takalluf: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-oW8BGjh0g (my favorite!!)

Me to Panjetan ka Ghulam Hoon: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHvMgvDWVg0

Always a jewel for Shi'a gatherings...

Allah Mujhe Lashkar-e Mahdi se Milaade:

This one's a bit off-topic, but it fills my heart with joy every time; I could see it working for a hardcore Shi'a guestlist...

Maybe not ideal for a wedding, but these two are sooo sooo sooooooo beautiful... The first is my absolute favorite of the year. :wub:

Munaazra:

Mashhad Mein:

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(salam),

I hope somebody has not already postedd these... :blush: :blush:

Gibrael Murataza ko Dulha Bana Rahay Hain - Fatemah Ladak

Yeh Mola Ali Hai - Saheed Ladak

Aaj Zehra ki Shaadi Rachi Hai - Shadman Raza

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-Z-4TFYIew

Jannat Ki Shazadai Susraal Ja Rahi Hai - Zain

(wasalam)

Basim Ali Jafri

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(salam)

Sis chipkali,these are my favorites.

Qasiday:

Yeh jo Fizza ney ki naukri hai By Hassan Sadiq

Qasam Khuda ki Humara Imam Zinda Hai By Hassan Sadiq

Jis ne Abbas ka hai Barh ke Alam thaam liya By Hassan Sadiq

Munqabat:

Shah-e-Mardan by Irfan Haider

http://www.youtube.c...feature=related

Sehra Ali Akbar ka By Irfan Haider

http://www.youtube.c...feature=related

Naat:

http://www.youtube.c...h?v=sJYNTcxmoA8

(wasalam)

Edited by saba fatima naqvi

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Nice one dude.. thnx for sharing :)

No worries bro.

He is got an excellent version of dum dum ali ali as well on his album but the video on youtube has been removed for some bizarre reason.

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I dont know what manqabat means but i particularly like this one

(salam)

Mandate,Munqabat is a qawwali or sufi devotional song,in praise of the First Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib(as) but nowadays munqabat khwan don't restrict it only with Imam Ali(as)so you can easily find out munqabats in praise of other members of Ahlulbait(as) while Qasida is a word of Arabic origin and is a form of poetry from pre-Islamic Arabia.It typically runs 50 lines and sometimes 100.I hope you are sorted now.

(wasalam)

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(salam)

Mandate,Munqabat is a qawwali or sufi devotional song,in praise of the First Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib(as) but nowadays munqabat khwan don't restrict it only with Imam Ali(as)so you can easily find out munqabats in praise of other members of Ahlulbait(as) while Qasida is a word of Arabic origin and is a form of poetry from pre-Islamic Arabia.It typically runs 50 lines and sometimes 100.I hope you are sorted now.

(wasalam)

I am sorted now and thank you very much for the feedback. So like kunday, manqabat is a cultural/regional devotional thing i guess.

Wasalaam

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I am sorted now and thank you very much for the feedback. So like kunday, manqabat is a cultural/regional devotional thing i guess.

Wasalaam

(salam)

Bro,forgive me for my ignorance but what's the meaning of Kunday?Is this any kind of noha or salam?

(wasalam)

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(salam)

Bro,forgive me for my ignorance but what's the meaning of Kunday?Is this any kind of noha or salam?

(wasalam)

I heard of Kunday for the first time some few weeks back where i believe there was a thread on the subject. I am not sure if the search feature is working or not so maybe you can perform a search. From what i gather, basically desi shia (south asian) go to each others house for maybe some devotional things. They probably recite some hymns and stuff and then eat some food (niyaz). The menu really looked awesome though.

I didnt notice any persians or arabs participating in that thread so i figure Kunday was a regional/cultural thing.

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Can I use your playlist at my nonexistent wedding?!

Lol

Your existing wedding is gonna come soon. Very soon 3laweya !! :wub:

By the way, this nasheed should be played when the bride enters. Its 4:44 minutes long. So you're not supposed to enter until a few minutes after.

First , your family, friends and everyone has to enter, until the nasheed speaks about Imam Mahdi (around 3:40) and THEN you enter with the lucky guy and sit on the assigned 3aruss chair

:rolleyes:

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