ZEHE IZZAT-O ITLAAYE MUHAMMAD NAAT LYRICS
Zahe Izzato Aetala-E Muhammad
Ke Hai Arsh E Haq Zere Paa-E Muhammad
Makaa(n) Arsh Unka Falak Farsh Unka
Malak Khaadimane Sara-E Muhammad
Khuda Ki Raza Chahte Hai Do Aalam
Khuda Chahta Hai Raza-E Muhammad
Ajab Kya Agar Raham Farma Le Hum Par
Khuda-E Muhammad Baraa-E Muhammad
Muhammad Baraa-E Janaab E Ilahi
Janaab e Ilahi Baraa-E Muhammad
Basi Itre Mahboobi-E Kibriya Se
A-baye Muhammad Kabaa-E Muhammad
baham Ahad Bandhe Hai Wasl E Abad Ka
Raza-E Khuda Aur Raza-E Muhammad
Dame Naz’a Jaari Ho Meri Zabaa(n) Par
Muhammad Muhammad khuda-E Muhammad
Asaa-E Kaleem Azdahaye Ghazab Tha
Giro(n) Ka Sahara Asaa-E Muhammad
Main Kurbaan Kya Pyari Pyari Hai Nisbat
Ye Aan-E Khuda Wo Khuda-E Muhammad
Muhammad ka damm Khaas Bahre Khuda Hai
Siwaye Muhammad Bara-E Muhammad
Khuda Unko Kis Pyar Se dekhta Hai
Jo Aankhei(n) Hai Mahve Lika-E Muhammad
Zulu Me Ijabat Khawasi Me Rehmat
Badhi Kis Tuzuk Se Dua-E Muhammad
Izabat Ne Jhuk Kar Gale Se Lagaya
Badhi Naaz Se Jab Dua-E Muhammad
Izabat Ka Sehra Inayat Ka Joda
Dulhan Banke Nikli Dua-E Muhammad
Raza Pul Se Ab Wajd Karte Guzariye
Ki Hai Rabbe Sallim Sada-E Muhammad
This poem appears to be written in praise of Prophet Muhammad, and the various lines express the writer’s admiration and devotion towards him. Here are some possible interpretations of the different phrases and lines in the poem:
- “Zahe Izzato Aetala-E Muhammad / Ke Hai Arsh E Haq Zere Paa-E Muhammad”: This line suggests that Prophet Muhammad symbolises divine power and authority and that the throne of God is under his feet.
- “Makaa(n) Arsh Unka Falak Farsh Unka / Malak Khaadimane Sara-E Muhammad”: These lines describe how the heavens and the earth are under the control of Prophet Muhammad, and that even the angels serve him.
- “Khuda Ki Raza Chahte Hai Do Aalam / Khuda Chahta Hai Raza-E Muhammad”: This couplet expresses the idea that the pleasure of God is linked to the pleasure of Prophet Muhammad, and that those who seek the favour of God should also seek the favour of his Prophet.
- “Muhammad Baraa-E Janaab E Ilahi / Janaab e Ilahi Baraa-E Muhammad”: These lines suggest that there is a deep connection between Prophet Muhammad and God and that they are inseparable from each other.
- “baham Ahad Bandhe Hai Wasl E Abad Ka / Raza-E Khuda Aur Raza-E Muhammad”: This couplet expresses the idea that those who are united with Prophet Muhammad are also united with God, and that seeking the pleasure of both is necessary for eternal salvation.
- “Asaa-E Kaleem Azdahaye Ghazab Tha / Giro(n) Ka Sahara Asaa-E Muhammad”: This line refers to the staff of Prophet Moses (also known as Asaa-e Kaleem), which was a miraculous symbol of his prophethood. Here, the poet suggests that the staff of Prophet Muhammad is even more powerful, and that it provides support to those who are in need.
- “Muhammad ka damm Khaas Bahre Khuda Hai / Siwaye Muhammad Bara-E Muhammad”: This couplet expresses the idea that the breath of Prophet Muhammad is so precious that it is like an ocean of God’s mercy, and that there is no one greater than him except God.
- “Zulu Me Ijabat Khawasi Me Rehmat / Badhi Kis Tuzuk Se Dua-E Muhammad”: These lines suggest that Prophet Muhammad’s prayers and supplications are powerful enough to have an effect on both the physical and spiritual realms.
- “Izabat Ne Jhuk Kar Gale Se Lagaya / Badhi Naaz Se Jab Dua-E Muhammad”: This couplet expresses the idea that even the angels are honoured to receive the prayers of Prophet Muhammad, and that they are eager to fulfil his requests.
- “Raza Pul Se Ab Wajd Karte Guzariye / Ki Hai Rabbe Sallim Sada-E Muhammad”: This line suggests that the writer is overwhelmed with ecstasy and joy at the thought of Prophet Muhammad and that the Lord of the Universe is forever sending blessings upon him.