Izraael Farishta Aya, Le Ke Hukam Janabi

Izraael Farishta Aya, Le Ke Hukam Janabi: Verse from Saif-ul-Malook by Mian Muhammad Baskh


عزرایل فرشتہ آیا، لے کے حکم جنابی
پڑھیا شاہ عشق دا، کلمہ دتی جان شتابی


Izraael Farishta Aya, Le Ke Hukam Janabi

Parhya Shah Ishq Da Kalma, Ditti Jaan Shatabi


Izrael, the archangel of death brought the divine order

Shah recited the words of true divine love, and gave his life instantly


Saif-ul-Malook by Mian Muhammad Baskh, along with Heer Ranjha by Waris Shah, is considered the pinnacle of popular Punjabi poetry. Saif-ul-Malook is a beautiful story, which besides entertaining people also lessons on morality, love, humanity and mysticism.

Above verses present the same themes that a life without true [divine] love in wasted. But those who learn the kalma of ishq find successful and when the archangel of death arrives, they can easily gave their life with satisfaction that their life was spend with the right intent.


Download Saif-ul-Malook kalam sung in the soothing voice of Mohammed Iqbal Bahu (Heer Waris Shah & Saif ul Mulook)


Mian Muhammad Bakhsh


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