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Kyu Aake Ro Raha Hai Muhammad Ke Sahar Me Har Dard Ki Dawa Hai

Why Do You Cry in Muhammad's City? A Poetic Tribute to the Prophet and His Healing Power

"Kyu Aake Ro Raha Hai Muhammad Ke Sahar Me Har Dard Ki Dawa Hai" is a popular Urdu qawwali song that praises the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and his city of Madinah, where he is buried. The song is sung by Aslam Sabri, a famous qawwal who has performed many devotional songs for Muslims around the world. The song expresses the emotions of a pilgrim who visits Madinah and cries out of love and gratitude for the Prophet, who is the source of healing and mercy for all humanity.

Kyu Aake Ro Raha Hai Muhammad Ke Sahar Me Har Dard Ki Dawa Hai

The song begins with a question: "Why do you cry in Muhammad's city?" The singer then answers: "Because every pain has a cure in Muhammad's city." He describes how the pilgrim feels when he sees the green dome of the Prophet's mosque, which is a symbol of his presence and blessings. He says that the pilgrim feels a connection with the Prophet, who knows his name and his condition. He says that the pilgrim wishes to stay in Madinah forever, because it is the most peaceful and beautiful place on earth.

The song then praises the Prophet's qualities and attributes, such as his kindness, generosity, wisdom, courage, justice, and compassion. It says that he is the best of creation, the leader of all prophets, the beloved of God, and the intercessor for his followers. It says that he is the light of guidance, the mercy for all worlds, and the healer of all wounds. It says that he is more precious than anything else, and that his love is more valuable than life itself.

The song ends with a prayer: "O Allah, send your peace and blessings upon Muhammad and his family." It also asks Allah to grant the pilgrim the opportunity to visit Madinah again and again, and to be among those who will see the Prophet's face in paradise.

The History of Madinah

Madinah was originally known as Yathrib, an oasis city dating as far back as the 6th century BCE. [^3^] It was inhabited by various Arab tribes, as well as Jewish settlers who migrated from Jerusalem after the Roman conquest in the 3rd century CE. [^4^] The city was a trade center and a refuge for those seeking peace and security. It was also a place of religious diversity and tolerance, where Jews, Christians, and pagans coexisted peacefully.

In 622 CE, the city welcomed Muhammad and his followers who fled from Mecca due to persecution by the Quraysh tribe. This event, known as the Hijrah (migration), marks the beginning of the Islamic calendar and the establishment of the first Muslim community (ummah). The city's name was changed to Madinat al-Nabi (City of the Prophet) or Madinah for short. Muhammad built his mosque next to his house and invited the Muslims to pray with him. He also established a constitution that regulated the rights and duties of all citizens, regardless of their religion or ethnicity. He made peace treaties with the neighboring tribes and formed alliances with them against their common enemies.

Madinah was the center and capital of the Islamic Empire during the time of Muhammad and the first four Righteous Caliphs after him. It witnessed many important events in Islamic history, such as the battles of Badr, Uhud, and Khandaq, the farewell pilgrimage of Muhammad, and his death and burial in 632 CE. With the beginning of the Umayyad rule in 661 CE, the Islamic state was transferred to Damascus, but Madinah remained a revered and sacred city for Muslims. It was visited by many pilgrims, scholars, and rulers throughout history, who contributed to its development and beautification. c481cea774


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