Ramadan is a month of celebration for the Muslims spiritually. Spotify has created a special playlist known as Ramadan Destination to celebrate the true essence of Ramadan for its listeners. It is a beautiful blend of Humd-o-Naat, Quranic recitations, Sufi anthems, and religious kalams. Spotify has shared 10 devotional songs that the listeners can look up to. We are sure, your favorites would be on the list too.
The list is:
Tajdar e Haram goes through your soul when you hear it. Whether it is the original version by Sabri Brothers that was released in 1982. Atif Aslam’s coke Studio has also gained popularity amongst the youth.
Mera Dil Badal De
One of the most revered additions to this list is the late Junaid Jamshed, this kalam is a sincere effort to ask for forgiveness from the Almighty.
- Illahi Teri Chaukhat Par
Another contribution from the late Junaid Jamshed is Ilahi Ter Chaukat Par. This track shows how special this month is.
Shan e Ramzan
It was a joint effort between the late Junaid Jamshed and Amjad Sabri. This was primarily made for a Ramadan Transmission. It shares how this month is blessed and transcends the believers.
- Bhar Do Jholi Meri
Just like Tajdar e Haram, Bhar Do Jholi Meri has an important place too. The speaker requests the Almighty to bless him with His bounty. It also talks about the connectivity and spirituality with the Almighty.
Everyone loves Maher Zain’s nasheed. This is an amazing track to match the essence of Ramadan. It captures the listener’s attention with its message.
Salam has been one of the important parts of the religious tracks. Egyptian vocalist Hamza Namira made this amazing Salam. It reminds the believers of the month of Ramadan and its blessings.
This salam by Maher Zain brings out the true essence of Ramadan. It talks about your heart creating a unique era.
Aaqa – Coke Studio
Anything by the Queen of Qawwali, Abida Parveen is worth listening to. Coke Studio has helped to bring back the classics without losing their essence. This track by Abida Parveen and Ali Sethi takes you to another level.
Initially recited by the great legendary Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, we have memories attached to it. the version by Atif Aslam also brings back the essence of our childhood. It talks about Allah, His creation, and His might.
We have our favorites!!! We hope you find your favorite one on this playlist.