Tala Al Badru Alayna


Tala Al Badru Alayna Lyrics

Tala al badru ‘alayna
Min thaniyati-al Wada’
Wajaba Shukru ‘alayna
Ma da’a lillahi da’

O the white moon rose over us
From the valley of Wada’
And we owe it to show thankfulness
Where the call is to Allah


Ayyuha-al Mab’uthu feena
Ji’ta bi-al amru muta’
Ji’ta sharafta-al Madeenah
Marhaban ya khayra da’

O you, who were raised amongst us
Coming with the words to be obeyed
You have ennobled this city
Welcome O caller to God’s way


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41 thoughts on “Tala Al Badru Alayna”

  1. SubhanAllah! the beautiful lyrics in the voice of Junaid Jamshed bring tears of happiness to my eyes. Can we imagine the feelings of the Sahaba (RA) when they saw RasoolAllah (SAW) and his blessed companion (RA)? These sweet lyrics represent their feelings of joy so perfectly.

  2. Masha Allah this natt is wonderful and reminds me of how the sahaba’s felt were when they saw prophet Muhammad (S.A.W)

  3. The first socialist .the first man raise his hands for the life of girls .the first man raise his hands for the farmers .the first man who given the democratic freedom to his people .the first man born to win .that is my prohehet .i love my muhammed

  4. O my Holy Prophet saw help me in finding Your Noor that is within me…..

    Asalaatu Wasalaamu Alykya Ya Rasool saw Allah
    Asalaatu Wasalaamu Alykya Ya Habib saw Allah

  5. Ah ! This brings me back to 1400 years. I wish I would have been amongst those childrens and people who stood at the outskirts of Medina waiting for our Prophet Muhammad (PBH) reciting this songs. I always become very nostalgic whenever I hear this song. How fortunate they were !. Subhan Allah !

    – Anwarul Kabir from Bangladesh


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