Muharram Nohay 2019 : Days of Ashura

Muharram is the month of grief and sorrow as the Muslims mourn the death of Hussain Ibn Ali and his family and practice what the family had to go through in the days of Ashura. While the day of Ashura is a sad one indeed, nohay are the recitation that will make you cry as you listen to them with the recitation being done to lament the tragedy of Karbala. There are a lot of Nohay that are being written and recited in the Urdu language and are played during the days of Muharram. We will now take you through some of the best nohays that will make you cry.

Mujh Pe Kyun Band Kartay Ho Pani

Mjhe Pe Kyun Band Kartay ho Pani is the most famous noha in Pakistan that you will see being played during every majlis and juloos in the country. The famous noha is recited by Ali Shanawar and Ali Jee and has got more than 48 million views on YouTube only.

YouTube video

Hussain Al Ghareeb

Husain Al Ghareeb is another heart wrenching noha by Ali Safdar that will take you back to the battle of Karbala. The noha is recited by Ali Safdar as he pays tribute to Imam Hussain.

YouTube video

Janum Ya Hussain

Janum Ya Hussain is one of the best noha that you will find and is written and recited by famous Nadeem Sarwar, who has got a wide range of collection of nohas that are played during Muharram.

YouTube video

Khuda Khair Karay

Another classic noha that is a must during the Muharram days is Khuda Khair karay by Nadeem Sarwar. The noha is so popular that it has been recited by other noha khuwan as well.

YouTube video

Azadar

Azadar is another noha that will bring in the Azaadari out of you as Nadeem Sarwar recites another classic of his.

YouTube video
Arooj Ahmed
Arooj Ahmed

Arooj Ahmed is a professional content writer and have been working as a content writer from last 5 years. Pakistani Fashion and local social media topics are her major niches. Apart from that, She have worked on tech product reviews for 2 years with renowned tech companies. She's always open for new tips and write ups, feel free to connect.

View all posts by Arooj Ahmed

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *