Dignity Statements of Urdu Naat
Naat is a beautiful way to appreciate the Prophet of Islam Hazrat Muhammad (ﷺ). Writing a Naat is an honor for every Muslim poet. Many non-Muslim poets wrote beautiful Naats. The actual theme of writing a naat is to dignify the Holy Prophet above worldly designations. Every poet of Naat shows his love towards him. The dignity of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) is above the worldly wisdom and positions.
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