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      Can anyone please post a link to famous Farsi Naat (Khalq ke Sarwer, Shaafa e Mehshar, Sallallah Aleh Wasallam) recited by Muniba Shaikh, which used to be aired on PTV in 80's /90's.

      Moreover, there was a Farsi marsiya / salam that used to be aired on PTV in Mohram Transmission in Muniba Shaik's voice. I don't exactly remember the words, but it contains wording "Urr e Batool".

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      Quote Originally Posted by muqawwee123 View Post
      Moreover, there was a Farsi marsiya / salam that used to be aired on PTV in Mohram Transmission in Muniba Shaik's voice. I don't exactly remember the words, but it contains wording "Urr e Batool".
      The one you are referring here is Kalam-e-Iqbal from his book Ramuz-e-Baykhudi, its "aan imam-e-ashiqaan poor-e-batool", one of the best written poetical works on Imam Hussain and Waqia-e-Karbala. Muneeba Sheikh recited it wonderfully and I have been searching for this kalam too, the one I found on youtube is put below, voice quality is not that good but still something is better than nothing.

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vCmUqQVQSds

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      Jazakallah eyeAy. From the information given by you, I found this version with Urdu translation and better voice quality.



      If such information is available for 'Khalq ke sarwer' i.e. name of poet,etc, it will help searching that naat. Here is the version recited by Muniba Shaikh's daughter Tehreem Muniba. She recited it beautifully, but the original is far superior.


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      There is also a Salam written by Mirza Ghalib and rendered by Nayyara Noor, which is also worth listening.


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      ^ Thanks for sharing this beautiful Salam. I couldn't find "Khalq ke sarwer" on internet, however sharing another gem by Muniba Sheikh, this is in farsi though..

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vh9pUI8eVp4

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      ^ Thanks this is also one of my favourite naats.