Naat

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Naat is poetry that speaks well of the Islamic prophet Muhammad.[1] Some famous scholars in the early days of Islam wrote Naat. People who recite Naat are known as Naat-Khawan or Sanaa Khawan. The practice is popular in South Asia in India and Pakistan. Naat is often recited in Punjabi, Sindhi, or the Urdu language.

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  1. "Naat (poem)". Muhammad (pbuh) - Prophet of Islam.

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