10 Things to Listen to in the Last Ashra of Ramadan to Keep Your Soul Satisfied

As we continue on to the last Ashra of Ramadan, it is the perfect time to add to your daily remembrance of God in every way possible. Not only does it help bring peace and serenity in our lives, but it also pushes for us to understand the meaning of the Holy month.

Additionally, many may not realise but this month is also one of the perfect times to quench the need for the soul to be satiated by remembering Allah, Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and those who sacrificed their lives in the name of Islam.

Exploring ten such things that range from Naats and Kalaams to Qawwalis, Diva reveals soul-stirrers we think everyone should hear to keep their souls satisfied…

Allāhumma – Hamza Malik

One of the latest kalaams to release, Hamza Malik’s Allahumma is definitely making us listen to it on repeat. It’s a testament to his pure love for Islam and we can feel it!

Tajdar-e-Haram – Atif Aslam

A super-popular track made popular again by Atif Aslam, Tajdar-e-Haram from Coke Studio is one of the most beautiful renditions you’ll hear.

Mera Dil Badal De – Junaid Jamshed

A brilliant piece of art from the late Junaid Jamshed, Mera Dil Badal De is one for those who want to feel the power of the beautiful lyrics.

Asma-ul-Husna – Atif Aslam

Coke Studio and Atif Aslam have outdone themselves once again, and nothing could be better than hearing the 99 names of Allah in this Asma-ul-Hasna!

Zahe Muqaddar – Qari Waheed Zafar

Qari Waheed Zafar has magic weaved into his voice, and this beautiful naat is proof!


Hasbi Rabbi – Sami Yusuf

Sami Yusuf is one of the finest examples of those who have given the new generation some beautiful things to listen to, and Hasbi Rabbi is a prime example!

Faslon Ko Takalluf – Qari Waheed Zafar 

An emotional naat that is sure to make you shed plenty of teardrops, Faaslon Ko Takalluf is as beautiful as Qari Waheed Zafar can go!

Ya Nabi Salam Alayka – Maher Zain

Maher Zain is another example of modern-day artistes who have given us beautiful prose in the name of Allah and the Holy Prophet (SAW), and it must be praised for its intricacies!

Aye Sabz Gumbad Wale – Owais Raza Qadri

An emotional naat that has always been soul-stirring, Aye Sabz Gumbad Wale in the voice of Owais Raza Qadri is just as beautiful as it’s heart-tugging.

Qasida Burda Shareef – Sami Yusuf

Qasida Burda Shareef is one of the most iconic odes to the Holy Prophet (SAW) you’ll ever hear, and it just sounds even more beautiful in Sami Yusuf’s voice.


Which one is your favourite? Tell us in the comment section below. 

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