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Naad E Ali

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Salam

Can anybody provide me the background on Naad E Ali?

1. What does Naad E Ali mean in English?

2. Is it a dua? and if so what is its origin/source/writer i.e. a human wrote it or it is sourced from Hadrat Jibraeel a.s.?

3. If it is a dua, under what occasion may we supplicate it?

4. If it is not a dua, is it a poem, and if so who wrote it?

5. Are there variations to this/these duas/poems? or it just one whole piece?

TKS/rgds

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Salam Alaykum.

It is reported through reliable sources that when all the notable companions of the Holy Prophet failed to make headway at Khaybar, Jibrail came with the text of Naadi Ali and asked the Holy Prophet to call Ali through this. The Holy Prophet accordingly recited this divine revelation, and Mawla Ali who was staying at home because of an eye infection, came and conquered the fort of Khaybar.

Naadi Ali, both large and small, are very affective for all purposes, particularly to overcome enemy, to come through tight situations, to withstand crises, to avoid accidents, and to have freedom from danger.

It is also recited from sufficient means of livelihood, for prosperity and overall welfare.

In the battlefield warriors recite Naadi Ali to get better of the attacking opponents.

To bring an important and urgent task to successful completion recite it 7 times.

Recite 18 times over a glass of water and drink it to cure any type of disease.

Before going to meet a person or a group of persons who hold the key to your problem recite it three times, insallah, the outcome will be in your favour.

Recite it 20 times if you want your debts to repaid within reasonable time.

Recite it 10 times daily if you are childless and desire to have a child.

Keep a glass of water in front of you. Recite 5 times and make the expectant mother drink the water. The delivery will be easy and painless.

A sure protection against enemies and misfortunes if it is written on paper and put on the right arm.

http://www.duas.org/duaben.htm

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Salam,

TQ for the reply. Based on below info, there are two versions to Naad E Ali then? BTW what does Naad E Ali mean?

"Naadi Ali, both large and small, are very affective for all purposes, particularly to overcome enemy, to come through tight situations, to withstand crises, to avoid accidents, and to have freedom from danger."

rgds

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Salam Alaykum.

Yes, two versions. The smaller one is located in that link, and the "complete" one is here.

Naadi Ali = Call upon Ali

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Thank you all for the reply. However, my net search fail to find the translation to the longer version of nade ali.

Any help?

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Or even the short version, just any translation please?

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(bismillah)

(salam)

BISMILLAHIR RAHMANIR RAHIM

ALLAHUMMA S'ALE A'LAA MUHAMMAD WA AALE MUHAMMAD

Call on Ali,

(He) is able to bring about the extraordinary.

You will find him an effective

supporter in all calamities.

(All) worries and sorrows will soon disappear .

O Ali! O Ali! O Ali!

This is the short version. I will scan and paste the long version tonight inshaAllah.

Ma'salaama

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(bismillah)

Sorry I thought I'd have it in one of my English dua books, but I don't. I do have it in Urdu. What I'll do is, translate it for you, but it won't be an exact translation, my urdu reading and translating skills aren't the greatest. I'll also scan it and post it on the forum, and perhaps someone else can translate it better for you. Just be patient, it will be done today inshaAllah. Sorry for the delay.

Ma'salaama

sis ansoo

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(bismillah)

Ok I have the pages scanned up in urdu from Wazaiful Abrar. Peer will edit my post and attach them since I couldn't attach it :) . What I will then do is ask someone to translate it for you and if that doesnt happen Ill sit with my mum today and do it for you.

Ma'salaama

sis ansoo

Edit: Ok Peer was useless in this situation. Thanks Ali_Imran (I must say my msn contacts are very useful sometimes :P ). Ok attached are my scanned up pages. Now I have to find someone to translate this correctly.

na1.jpg

na2.jpg

na3.jpg

Edited by ansoo

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Salaam,

There's a nasheed on Nade Ali. Bassim Al Kerbalie.

Wa`Salaam

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Salam, am pushing this thread up to get the attention on the translations, TKS.

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(bismillah)

(salam)

^ :o :o :o :o

Oh siiiiiiiiiiiiiis...I cant thank you enough. I got syedmed to take off all that time to read its urdu and put it in roman urdu. I cant believe I posted there lol..and now I feel so stupid for not searching the forum before continuing this thread :unsure:

kheyr, Jazakum sis

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TQ my bros/sis', that adds up a lot to my humble research on the subject matter ... rgds

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Bismillah Ar-Rahman Ar-Raheem

rabbee shrahlee sadree wa yaa sirlee, amri wahlul uqtada mil-lisaanee yafqahu kawlee

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Thanks for sharing the scanned pages, Ansoo. After reading I was wondering:

does anybody have an audio version of the full nade-ali? I'd like one so I can listen to it until I learn it off by heart. I know the short version but the long one is so beautiful I'd love to be able to recite it by heart.

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Arabic Version

Naadey Ali! Nade Ali!

Naadey Aliyyan Mazharal Ajayeb

Tajidahu Aunun Laka Finnwaeb

Kullu Hamin wa Gamin Sayanjali Bi Wilayatika

Ya Ali! Ya Ali! Ya Ali!

Meaning in English

Call Ali! Call Ali!

Call aloud to Ali

Who is the epiphanic source of wonders

You shall surely find him helping in your troubles

All grief and anxiety will disappear

By Your power and Authority!

O Ali! O Ali! O Ali!

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Naadey Aliyyan Mazharal Ajayeb

Tajidahu Aunun Laka Finnwaeb

Kullu Hamin wa Gamin Sayanjali Bi Wilayatika

Ya Ali! Ya Ali! Ya Ali!

ive also heard this version ...has anyone else heard it

Naadi Aliyyan madh-haral 3ajaaeb

tajid-hu awnan laka fin-nawaaib

kullu hammin wa ghammin sayanjalee bi nubuwattika ya Muhammad bi walayatika ya Ali ya Ali ya Ali

madh-haral 3ajaaib=manifestor of wonders

btw, does anyone have more info on the name madh-haral 3ajaaib

is it unique to imam Ali (as) or ..

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ناد علي

اردو ترجمہ:

عجائب ِ خدا کا جلوہ بردار علي (as) کو ذرا پکارو تو سہي

تم ہر مصيبت اور ہر مشکل ميں ان کو اپنا مشکل کشا پائو گے

تمام غم اور تکاليف جلد ختم ہو جائينگي ، يا اللہ تيري بے پناہ عظمتوں کے صدقے

يا محمد (pbuh) آپ کي نبوت کے صدقے

اور يا علي (as) آپ کي ولايت کے صدقے ميں۔

(as)يا علي

(as)يا علي

(as)يا علي

Edited by hasan_razaj1

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(salam)

(bismillah)

Here are the sources for Naad Al-'Alee

وَ عَنْ عِكْرِمَةَ عَنْ عَلِيٍّ عَلَيْهِ السَّلَامُ قَالَ قَالَ لِيَ النَّبِيُّ ص يَوْمَ أُحُدٍ أَ مَا تَسْمَعُ مَدِيحَكَ فِي السَّمَاءِ إِنَّ مَلَكاً اسْمُهُ رِضْوَانُ يُنَادِي لَا سَيْفَ إِلَّا ذُو الْفَقَارِ وَ لَا فَتَى إِلَّا عَلِيٌّ

قَالَ وَ يُقَالُ إِنَّ النَّبِيَّ ص نُودِيَ فِي هَذَا الْيَوْمِ

نَادِ عَلِيّاً مَظْهَرَ الْعَجَائِبِ

تَجِدْهُ عَوْناً لَكَ فِي النَّوَائِبِ‏

كُلُّ غَمٍّ وَ هَمٍّ سَيَنْجَلِي

بِوَلَايَتِكَ يَا عَلِيُّ يَا عَلِيُّ يَا عَلِ


  1. Source:
  2. Al-Majlisi, Bihaar Al-Anwaar, vol. 20, ch. 12, pg. 73

وَ رَأَيْتُ بِخَطِّ الشَّهِيدِ رَحِمَهُ اللَّهُ ذَكَرَ لِرَدِّ الضَّائِعِ وَ الْآبِقِ تَكْرَارَ هَذَيْنِ الْبَيْتَيْنِ

نَادِ عَلِيّاً مَظْهَرَ الْعَجَائِبِ

تَجِدْهُ عَوْناً لَكَ فِي النَّوَائِبِ‏

كُلُّ هَمٍّ وَ غَمٍّ سَيَنْجَلِي

بِوَلَايَتِكَ يَا عَلِيُّ يَا عَلِيُّ يَا عَلِ


  1. Source:
  2. Muhaddith Al-Nooree, Mustadarak Al-Wasaa-il, vol. 15, ch. 51, pg. 483

و في كتاب طريق النجاة أن سورة عبس تقرأ لرد الضائع و رأيت بخط الشهيد أنه يقرأ لرد الضائع سورة و العاديات و مما ذكر لرد الضائع و الآبق تكرار هذين البيتين

ناد عليا مظهر العجائب

تجده عونا لك في النوائب‏

كل هم و غم سينجلي

بولايتك يا علي يا علي يا عل


  1. Source:
  2. Al-Kaf'amee, MiSbaaH, pg. 183

There are the sources you were looking for, where you can find Naad Al-'Alee.

Now I did not find the addition ending that says يا علي، يا علي، يا علي (Yaa 'Alee, Yaa 'Alee, Yaa 'Alee). If someone can find the PRIMARY source where it says "Ya 'Alee" three times at the end, I would greatly appreciate it.

Also, along with these aHaadeeth, I did not find a sanad (chain), I could be wrong, but from what I see, I can't find one.

Where is this "Naad 'Alee Kabeer" narrated? I couldn't find it, through my research.

(salam)

Edited by Nader Zaveri

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Salam

Can anybody provide me the background on Naad E Ali?

1. What does Naad E Ali mean in English?

2. Is it a dua? and if so what is its origin/source/writer i.e. a human wrote it or it is sourced from Hadrat Jibraeel a.s.?

3. If it is a dua, under what occasion may we supplicate it?

4. If it is not a dua, is it a poem, and if so who wrote it?

5. Are there variations to this/these duas/poems? or it just one whole piece?

TKS/rgds

It can turn an ordinary stone into a diamond!

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Also, along with these aHaadeeth, I did not find a sanad (chain), I could be wrong, but from what I see, I can't find one.

Yes there is no sanad for Nade Ali and it is daeef.

Where is this "Naad 'Alee Kabeer" narrated? I couldn't find it, through my research.

It is the longer version of Nade Ali and it is also daeef.

w/s

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Yes there is no sanad for Nade Ali and it is daeef.

It is the longer version of Nade Ali and it is also daeef.

w/s

Yeah I figured it didn't have a sanad, which already deems this hadeeth to be extremely Da'eef (weak)

I know about the longer version of this Naad Al-'Alee, but I was wondering where is it narrated, because from the many hadeeth books I have researched through just to get the "sagheer" version of it, I never found the "kabeer" version of it at all.

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