Hamd and Quranic Science

Hamd and Quranic Science

Elucidation of Hamd in the Qur’an:

Among the different genres of Islamic poetry, the first genre that is being mentioned here is called “Hamd.”

Hamad is an Arabic word that means to praise Allah. Hamad is also defined as thanksgiving for Allah’s blessings, as in the word Al-Hamdulillah. The Qur’an also begins with the same word. The Arabic word “Hamd” is reserved for praising Allah. Allah says in the Qur’an!

“If as many trees as there are in the earth become pens, and the waters of the sea and the seven seas after it become ink, then the words of Allah (Hamd) will not end.”
Surah Luqman: 27

“And if every tree on the surface of the earth was turned into pens and the oceans, with seven other oceans, was to be its ink, the words of God would not be exhausted”. (Surah Luqman 31, Ayat 27) (Translated by Hafiz Ghulam Sarwar)

There are two aspects to Al-Hamd. One aspect is outwardly revealing the praise of Allah, which usually refers to His “majesty and purity,” while the other aspect of Al-Hamd is “Shukr,” which means to thank for his blessings and grace by looking at his Sanai (his creation). In other words, we can say that Hamd is a beautiful combination of praise and gratitude for Allah.

Therefore, the Qur’an is Hamd because it is the word of Allah; that is, it is a book created by Allah whose praise cannot be defined in words. So, it is a very reasonable answer that when we can appreciate Allah’s creation by feeling it, then the Qur’an is one of the masterpieces of Allah’s creations, in which Allah himself has talked about his praise and greatness at many places.

 In light of these verses, we can also say that the first time Allah uses this word for himself in Qur’an. You should study these verses of Hamd. Surha Fatir verse no. 34; Surah Bani-Israil verse no. 79; and Surah Hud verse no. 73.

Most surahs begin with the word Hamd. There are also many verses in the Qur’an that start with the word “Hamd. Likewise, Surah Alhamd, Surah Hashr, Surah Saf, Surah Aala, Surah Juma, Surah Airaf, Surah Taghabun, etc. People of all ages have praised Allah according to their faith and religion. Hamd is written in every language in the world. It has become a permanent genre of poetry.

Highlighting the Scientific Aspects of Hamd in the Qur’an:

We write Hamd in different literary forms and in a simple way, but our new generation and non-Muslims want to know the creator and the creation of the universe scientifically through literature, especially poetry. They have many questions in their minds. How did this earth and the universe begin? What is the age of the universe? What is creation? How many creations of Allah? What is the purpose of this initiation? Does the Qur’an predict modern science? What is the reason for the creation of man? How should the relationship between the creator and the creature be? What are the creations of Allah? How many scholars are there? When are Allah’s forgiveness, love, grace, mercy, grace, and blessings received? How can one avoid Allah’s displeasure? How can Allah’s creation be felt, and how can Allah’s nearness be found? What are the Quranic treatment methods for health? etc.

These are all basic questions that reflect the human ability to think and understand. These questions stimulate human curiosity and tell us: How inquisitive is man? We will find the answers to all these questions in the Qur’an, and we can derive these answers from the Qur’an and express them in our poetry of the Hamd.

The Quran is an infinite ocean.

Our many poets consider only the mention of flowers, leaves, hoods, mountains, holy places, and prayers (Dua) to the Hamd (the Lord’s praise), although the word praise of Allah is broader in its meaning. Everything about the creator of the universe and all the secrets of his wisdom, knowledge, and truth are hidden in it. In fact, it is high time that we define our relationship with Allah scientifically.

The Quranic text is a vast ocean of meaning from which we have to extract pearls of knowledge and wisdom. We will introduce Hamd as a different dimension here.

Hamd is a prose and poetic expression of Muslims’ love for Allah that they perform in their daily lives as “Shukr.”. However, in a world rapidly shaped by scientific research, a new approach to Hamd is emerging—one that integrates the wonders of creation with the timeless wisdom of the Qur’an. The disconnection between scientific understanding and religious belief can be a stumbling block for many, especially the younger generation. Integrating scientific concepts into Hamd has many benefits. But by acknowledging it, we can reveal power and creativity in Hamd. Scientific discoveries can act as a bridge, connecting us to the reality described in the Qur’an. The Qur’an recognises our humanity and explains some factors and characteristics that make us unique and special. In addition, the Qur’an tells us that the universe, our soul, and bodily creation all have an origin with Allah.

Here are some ways to integrate science and Qur’anic references into Hamd.

As we have said before, integrating scientific concepts into poetry of Hamd has several advantages. The huge benefit is that we can strengthen our relationship with Allah by knowing his created things. This is the ultimate proof of Qur’anic clarity and eloquence, because there is no existence and no particle of the universe that is out of both dry and dry conditions. Oceans, trees and stones, earth and sky, creatures and plants, jinn and humans, earth particles and water drops, animals, and other creatures are mentioned in detail in the Qur’an. Now we need to describe it in poetry. Like this, the poet says!

He created not just our human world

but worlds both great and small

of animals, insect and fish,

of flowers and so much more.

Each has its own kingdom

which is special to its kind

and all praise our Creator

because their hearts aren’t blind.

Trees are obedient to Him

and bow down to Him in the wind

Whilst rocks fall down from mountain slopes

in remembrance and fear of Him. (1)

Describe the purpose of creation in Hamd:

Man’s own existence is a great sign of nature; by thinking about his existence, man can gain knowledge of the Creator and God.

Allah says in the Qur’an!

“It is He who created the night and the day, and the sun and the moon; all (the celestial bodies) swim along, each in its rounded course” (21:33).

“The heavens, we have built them with power. And verily, we are expanding it” (51:47).

If the birth of a human being is considered, as are the delicate machines like the human body, heart, and mind and their performance, then the human mind will be amazed at the great power of the real creator. The progress that science has made in the field of medicine is a clear example of “Ayat e-Takhliqat.” read Surah Al-Baqarah verse no 21, Surah Fatir verse no. 11, Surah Al-Alaq, Surah Al-Muminon verse, Surah verse no 12-16, Surah Al-Isra verse ni 7, Surah At-Teen verse no 4, Surah Infitar verse no 6-8, Surah Az.Zariyat, verse no 20, 21, 56, Surah Ha Meem Sjdah verse no 7, 35, Surah Tur verse no 35-36, Surah Al-Rum verse no 20, Surah Al-Dahr verse no Suad verse no 71-72, Surah Al-Waqia’h verse no 58-59, Surah Al-Nahl verse no 4, Surah Al Mursalat verse no 20-23, Surah Al-Nisa verse no 1, Surah Al-Hijr verse no 26-29, Surah Al-A’raf verse no 189, Surah Az-Zumar verse no 6, and finally in Surah Ta-ha verse no 55.

Hopefully, by reading these verses, we will know the purpose of mankind with scientific signs.

Now the need is how we can express this in our praise poetry with the oneness of Allah the Exalted. The basis of the poetry of Hamad is the affection of Allah, but we limit this affection only to the form of prayer words, or we reflect such limited phenomena of nature as the human eye sees and glimpses in daily life. If we connect the love of Allah with the Qur’an and its creations and write hymns, we will be able to express a new perspective through poetry in literature. The purpose of man’s creation is not only to worship but also to meditate on the manifestation of nature and invite it. Moreover, we need to describe these phenomena in our poetry to educate the new generation.

Discover the universal dimension of Hamd:

The first revelation, in which Allah stated to His beloved Prophet, “Iqra” (read), implies that the Qur’an is a source of wisdom for the people of Noah until the Day of Resurrection and provides proof that the Qur’an encourages reflection. It is a book brimming with wisdom and information as well. Allah said human being in the Qur’an, “Ya Eha Naas,” or, O mankind, because this book is a source of wisdom for everyone, not just members of that particular group.

The universe is so big that it is unimaginable to humans. According to modern scientific research, the great accident that started the universe was a great explosion. In this regard, please see Surah Inam, verse 95.

“Indeed, Allah is the One Who causes seeds and fruit stones to sprout. He brings forth the living from the dead, and the dead from the living. That is Allah! How can you then be deluded from the truth?” verse 95.

The Qur’an states that the cosmos was formed in six eras, each of which is represented by an Arabic word called yom, which also means “periods” or “aeons.” It should be noted that in classical Qur’anic Arabic, the terms “space” and “universe” are not used; instead, the word “heavens” refers to them; in other words, Earth is our current location, and the “heavens” are what we perceive when we gaze up above. The Qur’an says in Suruah Luqman,He created the heavens without pillars—as you can see—and placed firm mountains upon the earth so it does not shake with you, and scattered throughout it all types of creatures. And we send down rain from the sky, causing every type of fine plant to grow on earth.” (31-10).

It is important to keep in mind that the Qur’an is the only source that discusses the universe’s perpetual expansion. Not a single other verse from God even remotely mentions it. Scientists find it extremely important that the universe is expanding because it provides greater knowledge of how the world was created in the first place. It provides a step-by-step explanation of the creation process that is in perfect harmony with the Big Bang idea.

The complete cycle of beginning, ending, and returning to a comparable beginning is described in greater detail in the Qur’an. The following passage from the Qur’an, which recounts the first stage of creation, perfectly captures the Big Bang event: “Do not the unbelievers see that the heavens and the earth were a closed-up mass, then We clove them asunder.

The Qur’an states,And the earth we have spread out, and excellent is the preparation.” (51-48).

A poet said!

You’re the corners of the earth

The universe, the galaxies

Yet closer than my heart

You’re in the air I breathe in.(1)

“Do not see those who disbelieved that the heavens and the earth were a joined entity; then we parted them and made from the water everything living.” (21-30)

“And we have placed firm mountains upon the earth so it does not shake with them and made in it broad pathways so they may find their way.” (21-31)

“And we have made the sky a well-protected canopy, but they still turn away from its signs. (21-32)

“And He is the One Who created the day and the night, the sun and the moon—each travelling in an orbit.” (21-33)
The fact that these verses are particularly addressed to unbelievers is noteworthy because it may suggest that it is their responsibility to reveal the secret mention, serving as evidence to them of the veracity of the Qur’an.

The Qur’an explains in detail how the universe ends in another black hole, joining the beginning and the end and telling the whole cosmic saga.

This makes it quite evident that the universe, or space, is not endless. It describes the rolling up of the sky like the rolling up of a scroll in the future. Scientific explanations of how a black hole forms closely reflect the description found in the above verse of the Qur’an. We can narrate refer to plates of earth. The tremendous pressure produced by gravitational and electromagnetic forces would compress a mass of space debris falling into a black hole, as previously mentioned. When this sheet gets closer, it will start to wrap around the black hole’s centre, which is constantly rotating, until finally vanishing into the unknown. We have to acknowledge these elements of the Qur’an.

In the Qur’an, Allah has made clear all His signs and warned the disbelievers who deny the signs of the Qur’an.

“Ask them, O Prophet, “To whom belongs everything in the heavens and the earth?” Say, “To Allah!” He has taken it upon himself to be merciful. He will certainly gather all of you together for the Day of Judgement, about which there is no doubt. But those who have ruined themselves will never believe.” (62-12).

Now here, the question arises as to how we should describe the cosmic theme in the Hamd? It is not difficult, as we know that the Qur’an invites contemplation, we can learn its sciences after studying the Qur’an, and we can describe it in our poetry and prose as well.

Qur’an and Metaphysics:

Although all the disciplines are included in physics, which is referred to as “physics” in English, “metaphysics” is the equivalent term in Urdu. “Metaphysics” is created, and physics is the study of matter and materiality, and it accepts as true only those propositions that are supported by experience, observation, and the application of “reason. Allah states it in the Qur’an! “The disbelievers say, “The hour will never come to us.” Say, O Prophet, “Yes—by my Lord, the Knower of the unseen—it will certainly come to you!” Not even an atom’s weight is hidden from Him in the heavens or the earth, nor anything smaller or larger than that, but is written in a perfect record.” Surah Saba verse no. We should think about this new angle in poetry that can be effective in future times.

Botany in the Qur’an:

In fact, information and revelations about modern botany are mentioned in the Qur’an. More than a thousand verses of the Qur’an provide information about modern science, and many of these verses only talk about botany, which is in complete agreement with modern science.
Western botanists established the theory of nature in plants after centuries of research, and our Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) announced it 1400 years ago.

“From everything, we have created couples” (Zal-Dhariyat 49).”

What can be a greater proof of the inspiration of the Holy Qur’an than that in this darkest age, Rasul Arabi revealed the reality that today is the most modern and modern? The theory is considered. Likewise, in Surah Yasin, he said, “Glorified is He who made pairs of all things.” We should read the Qur’an and understand Allah’s righteousness. more over Allah has explained the science of plants in the Qur’an in many surahs. Surah Al-Baqra verse no. 61, Surah Tah verse no. 53, Surah Al-Rad verse no. 3, Surah Alzariyat verses 49–51, Surah Yasin verse no. 36, and Surah Al-Hajar verse no. 22—these verses of the Qur’an mention the rare topic of plants.

Our poets do mention flowers and plants in the poetry of Hamd, but this mention is limited to external beauty only. However, along with the external aspects of demonstrative nature, we also need to describe its inner aspects in the poetry of Hamd. As a Muslims, we are so lucky that we have such a rare holy book as the Qur’an. The poet should describe these sciences in Hamd (praise) according to the Qur’an.

Zoology and Qur’an:

Allah has created millions and millions of different types of creatures in the universe. Allah Almighty is aware of the wisdom of the creation of many bloodthirsty and innocent animals found in the world, but now it is definitely known that certain parts of the meat of animals have a strong effect on human organs. Learning about animals, birds, and reading is an interesting step that takes a person to a new land of wisdom.

Usually, our poet praises Allah’s creation in the poetry of Hamd. They also praise his creations, but it would be better if we wrote them in connection with the Qur’an and science. In this regard, poets can use these verses of the Qur’an: Surah Al-Inam verse no. 38; Surah Al-Nahl verse no. 68–69; Surah Al-Ankabut verse no. 41; and Surah Al-Namal verses 17–18.

Quranic concept of hydrology:

The Qur’an mentions both hydrology and physics. There are several verses in the Qur’an that specifically narrate the water cycle. 
We just know that rainwater falls due to water vapor. How are we made aware of this? It is, of course, stated in the magnificent Qur’an:

“See you not that Allah sends down rain from the sky and leads it through springs in the earth? Then He causes to grow, therewith, produce of various colors.” (Al Qur’an 39:21)

“Seest thou not that Allah makes the clouds move gently, then joins them together, then makes them into a heap? Then will you see rain issue forth from their midst? And He sends down from the sky mountain masses (of clouds), wherein is hail. He strikes there with whom He pleases, and He turns it away from whom He pleases. The vivid flash of His lightning well-nigh blinds the sight.” (Al-Qur’an 24:43).

“It is Allah Who sends the winds, and they raise the clouds; then does He spread them in the sky as He wills and break them into fragments, until thou sees raindrops issue from the midst thereof; then when He has made them reach such of His servants as He wills, behold, they do rejoice!” (Al-Qur’an 30:48).

Other verses in the Glorious Qur’an that discuss the water cycle are 7:57, 13:17, 25:48–49, 35:9, 36:34, 45:5, 50:9–11, 56:68–70, and 67:30. Moreover, visit these verses on this topic: Surah Namil verse no. 60, Surah Ar-R’ad verse no. 14, Surah Al-Airaf verse no. 57, Surah Al-Baqrah verse no. 164, Surah Luqman verse no. 34, and Surah Hud verse no. 52.

Clouds are impregnated by winds:

The occurrence of rain is also mentioned in this situation in the Qur’an:

“It is Allah Who sends the winds and they raise the clouds; then does He spread the min the sky as He wills and break them into fragments, until you see the raindrops issue from the midst thereof; then when He has made them reach such of His servants as He wills, behold, they do rejoice!” (Al Quran 30:48).

“We send down rain from the sky in perfect measure, causing it to soak into the earth. And we are surely able to take it away.” (Surah Al Muminun: 23–18)

These studies were discovered 1400 years ago, but today they still hold true, even with the most recent hydrological study.

This rain, wind, cloud, and water are the blessings of Allah, and we should express these blessings in Hamd according to the Qur’an and Science. So, we should explain these aspects in Hamdiya poetry according to the Qur’an by mentioning them scientifically for our new generation and non-Muslims.

Astronomy in the Qur’an:

The sun, the moon, and the stars are all equally bound to the system of nature created by Allah, the Exalted, and do not dare to disobey Allah’s commandments. There is beauty in the universe due to the observance of the order of nature, and if this order does not remain, the universe will be in disarray and doom. The occurrence of the Day of Resurrection actually requires a similar event: when the stars deviate from maintaining their mutual distance, instead of maintaining the fixed distances between them, they will collapse and collide with each other. This balance of gravity, which holds the beauty and order of the entire universe today, will be disturbed, and everything will be annihilated. The Holy Qur’an clarifies the events of the gravitational imbalance of the stars and the occurrence of mutual collisions in the form of several verses.

The stars are known to be celestial bodies, just like the sun. They are the site of several physical phenomena, the most visible of which is the light they produce. These are celestial bodies that generate light on their own.

Allah states! “And he is the one who has made the stars your guide through the darkness of land and sea. We have already made the signs clear for people who know (6–97).

“Also, by landmarks and stars, people find their way.” Surah an Nahl (16-16)

In addition to Surah Qamar, the moon is mentioned in twenty-seven places in the Holy Qur’an scientifically.

The angels of the heavens, the beasts of the earth, the human beings, the giants, the birds, and the donkeys all prostrate before him and glorify and praise him. Even the sun, moon, and stars are prostrate before him. These three things were described separately because some people worship them even though they are bowing before Allah. Allah Alaihi Wasallam asked Hazrat Abu Dharr, do you know where this sun goes? He replied that Allah knows and His Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him). He said, He goes down to the throne and prostrates to Allah, then asks for His permission. The time is coming that one day he will be told to go back to where he came from. In Sunan Abi Dawud, Nasa’i, Ibn Majah, and Musnad Ahmad, it is in the hadith of the eclipse that the sun and moon are the creation of Allah. All bow down in front of Allah.

The poet says!

A compact of all excellence, sum-tote of Attributes;

Qualities innumerable, still one consummate being.

A whole which admits of no part, nor is liable to analysis;

If this were not so, it would be a mere self but no God.

 The throne , the empyrean, stars, heaves, the moon ,

All derive grace from thy masterly hand;(2)

Qur’an states on formation of Milky Way:

There are numerous verses in the Qur’an that refer to galaxies, stars, and other celestial bodies and the vastness of the universe. Surah Mulik verse no. 3-4, Surah Naziyat verse no. 27-28, Surah Ghafir verse no. 57, Surah Al Waqiaya verse no. 75-76, Surah Ar R’ad verse no. 12-13, Surah Fateir verse no. 35-41, Surah Al-Hjir verse no. 15-16, Surah Al-Furqan verse no. 59, Surah Ash-Shura verse no. 425, etc.

The moon, sun, and stars have their significance from a scientific point of view, but they describe the glory of Allah, so we can talk about it in the Hamd from a new angle.

The sun is clearly the burning bulb.

According to this definition, the moon is a body that emits light (munir) from the same root as nur, or light directed towards the moon. On the other hand, the sun is likened to a torch (siraj) or a bright lamp (wahaaj). Muhammad’s (Pbuh) period saw the moon as the body of the chill of the night (the moon’s light is cool), while the sun was a scorching celestial body that the desert’s residents were familiar with. For this reason, the Quran’s parallels on this topic are very typical. The sombre nature of the analogies and the Quran’s text’s lack of any comparison-based components that might have been popular at the time but would seem phantasmagoria in our day are noteworthy observations. It is well known that the moon only reflects the light that the sun emits; it is an inert substance that only gives out light when it comes to its outer layers. The sun, on the other hand, is a star that burns internally to produce tremendous heat and light. Nothing in the Quran’s text conflicts with our current understanding of these two celestial bodies.” The stars: The stars are known to be celestial bodies, just like the sun. They are the site of several physical phenomena, the most visible of which is the light they produce. These are celestial bodies that generate light on their own. Many times, in the Qur’an, the term “star” (A-najm, plural nujum) appears; its core meaning is to appear, to come into sight. The word refers to an observable celestial body, but it doesn’t specify what kind—it could be a light source or just a reflector of light that has been received. 
A qualifying phrase is used to make it apparent that the item so designated is a star, as in the Surah that follows:
Who will tell you, by the sky and the night guest, what the star of piercing brightness is?

By the sky and the night visitor, who will tell you what the night visitor is, the star of piercing brightness?” [Here, the sky and a star are used to bear witness to the importance of what is to come in the text.] Surah 86, verses 1-3:

The evening star is qualified in the Qur’an by the word takib, meaning ‘that which pierces through something’ (here the night shadows). The same word is also used to designate shooting stars (Surah 37, verse 10); the latter are the result of combustion.

The poet says! 

The sun’s disc bright with surpassing beauty thorough Thee.

The awe causes turmoil in the heart of the world.

Thine majesty is apparent from the cycle of time,

The whole world revolving out of the cycle of time,

 The Thine hold the confounding riddle of existence;

The strings of everything in Thine grasp.

 All losses and gains they self-transcending ;

Manifest in all things and yet concealed;(3)

Medical science in Qur’an:

We shall constantly draw inspiration, wisdom, and legal guidance from the Holy Qur’an as we work to improve as Muslims. It may surprise us to learn that the Holy Qur’an also offers health advantages and information on the many fruits and meals available to us around the world. This suggests that we can consult the Qur’an for advice on what kinds of fruits are potentially the healthiest for us, like honey, figs, olives, bananas, grapes, dates, and pomegranates.
Some fruits are referred to as the fruit of heaven, while others are included as part of Allah’s gift to humanity on Earth. Let’s examine the fruits listed in the Qur’an and learn about their medicinal properties. Allah states about the Qur’an!!

“We send down the Qur’an as healing and mercy for the believers, but it only increases the wrongdoers’ losses.” Sura Al-Isra, verse 82.

Apart from this, Allah has placed healing properties in plants as well, from which mankind is benefiting. The Prophet (peace be upon him) also liked these foods. All this fruit is in Allah’s creations, and praising Allah’s creations is actually this praise of Allah. We should include this topic in Hamd.

According to the poet!

My every cell in my body,

Feels the heat, feels for Him

The merciful and the bountiful,

Plays His tunes in my veins.

O! The Greatest of the Great.

Let everyone see my love for You. (4)

Fingerprints and sickness:

The unbelievers and atheists protest that how can it be feasible for every last particle of a deceased person’s body to be reunited with its live predecessor on the Day of Judgement when that person’s bones have already decayed and he is buried in the earth? Return to the original circumstances. And in the event that this occurs, how would the individual’s precise identification be determined? Allah states in Surah Ya-sin verse no. 79,

“Say, ˹O Prophet, ˺ “They will be revived by the One Who produced them the first time, for He has ˹perfect˺ knowledge of every created being.”

In the blessed verses cited above, Allah has answered this objection quite clearly by stating that He (Allah Ta’ala) is not limited to the ability to mend fractured bones. It may also accurately restore our finger tips to their initial position. It is on this basis that a “DNA” test is done, which can identify a person even after death. This can be done by the modern science of medicine.Isn’t it one aspect of praising Allah that Allah made us complete human beings? It is our duty to praise Him in this way, as well as in the poetry of Hamd.

All pain and suffering are caused by Allah”, as Allah states in the Qur’an in Sura As-Shura verse 80,” He heals me when I am sick.”

Therefore, one should pray to Allah for health and well-being. This aspect of healing from illness and thanking Allah is also a hymn; that is, we can compare the gratitude of Allah to praise in our Hamdiya poetry.


In the phenomena of nature, we see the sea, the river, the lakes, and the water creatures in them. Allah has placed all kinds of plants, pearls, rocks, and water creatures in the depths of the river for man so that he can take advantage of them and use them. Let us be thankful. If we raise our eyes, we see Allah’s handiwork everywhere, and the word Alhamdulillah comes out of our tongue. Allah has hidden many secrets in His creations; we should feel them and describe them in poetry.

God made the ocean the source of fresh water. Allah made different tastes and colours of water. There are signs in this for those who are concerned about it. Allah says in Surah Ar-Rehman verse no. 19, “He merges the two bodies of fresh and salt water.”

All the creatures created by Allah praise Him and describe His purity, and He is very proud of His creations. As a result, he issued a warning to disbelievers in the Qur’an.

With this, Allah Almighty warns multiple times in Surah Ar-Rehman, “Then which of your Lord’s favour will you humans and Jinn both deny?” 

He warns again of disbelievers in Surah Mulik verses 3–4, “He is the One who created seven heavens, one above the other. You will never see any imperfection in the creation of the Most Compassionate. 1 So look again. Do you see any flaws? Then look again and again—your sight will return frustrated and weary.”.

Glance at the Arabic, Persian, Urdu, or English literature; we find only the traditional themes of the Hamd, because the traditional themes have been considered important in the Hamd, and the poets have been writing Hamd in this traditional style. It is also good to say the Hamd in the traditional way, but the thing to think is that if we continue in this way, we will never be able to introduce new topics in the Hamd. Now the requirements of this modern age are changing, so we also have to We have to bring innovation to the poetry of Hamd; that is the survival of our poetry and literature. I felt the need to write this article to introduce a new dimension to the Hamd. While writing this, some questions were also circulating in my mind that I wanted to share here. In this modern age, how long will we continue to see the poetry of Hamd’s aspects outwardly? Why do we not consider Hamad as the Qur’an? Although in the Qur’an, Allah himself has mentioned his praise and praise many times. Why do we not think about the Qur’an, even though Allah invites us to? How do the new generation and the new Muslims think about our poetry of Hamd? Many such questions were on my mind regarding the Hamd. That is why I have written on this subject. It is hoped that in the coming times we will definitely consider this aspect and enlighten hymn poetry with a scientific approach and new innovation.


1-Prayer of Light, song for Allah, By Artist Ani Zonneveld.

2 – Lyric Homage ,To The Last Prophets Hadrat Mohammad ﷺ(Peace Be Upon Him),By Jamil Naqvi, First Edition 1987,Published by : Royal Book Company ,Rehman centre, Zaibuniss Street,page no ,3-4.

3-Lyric Homeage ,To The Last Prophets Hadrat Mohammad ﷺ(Peace Be Upon Him),By Jamil Naqvi,First Edition 1987,Published by : Royal Book Company ,Rehman centre, Zaibuniss Street,page no ,3-4.

4- By: Syed Liaqath Peeran .

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