Nami Danam Che Manzil Bood – Sabri Brothers Qawwal
Nami Danam Che Manzil Bood by Sabri Brothers Qawwal is a evergreen kalam by Hazrat Amir Khusrow, one of the pioneer of Qawwali and Sufiana Kalam in South Asia.
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I don’t know which station I reached the other night
Victims of the Dance of Slaughter lay everywhere, where I was the other night
There was a nymph-like Beloved with a cypress-like form
And a tulip-like face, making lover hearts to suffer
Where I was the other night, rivals competed with their voices
He was full of coquetry, and I was filled with fear
It was so impossible to say, where I was the other night
God Himself presided over such gathering, and Khusrau was in la makan [spacelessness]
Muhammad (SAW) was the Burning Candle of such assembly
That lit up the gathering, where I was the other night.