Noha

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Noha (Arabic: نوحه‎) is a genre of Arabic, Persian, or Urdu prose (Tombeau) depicting the martyrdom of the Holy Imams. Strictly speaking noha is the sub-parts of Marsia. Nohas are usually poetry expressing the sorrow felt by Shia Muslims for their leaders.

Noha or Nuha (Arabic: نهى‎) is also an Arabic female name meaning "wisdom", as well as the name of a pre-Islamic Arab deity. Literally it is the plural of minds.[citation needed] It is mentioned in the Quran twice.[citation needed]

Noha Reciters[edit]

Pakistan[edit]

[18]

  • Al-Abbas Party Chuna mandi

India[edit]

  • Mirza Mehdi Beigh [19](The first writer from Kashmir who wrote and chanted the noha which are regarded as sacred and followed by people in Kashmir. His one of best written nauha is "ye chu zuljanaye syed e shohda, ye qatal gah manz draaw gache kheem gah" ; "ae gul e gulzar ali akbaram, safdar e jaraar ali akbaram")[20]
  • Mirza Abdul Ghani Beigh[21][22]
  • Mirza Manzoor Hussain Beigh[23]
  • Irfan Nasirabadi
  • Mirza Sharafat Hussain Beigh[citation needed]
  • Syed Ali Hussain Razvi (alijaan)[24]
  • Syed Ayaz Abbas[25]
  • Mir Johan Ali
  • Mir Hassan Ali
  • Mir Saber Ali Zawar
  • Syed Ameer Hasan Aamir
  • Mir Meesum Ali
  • Rahil Abbas Rizvi[26]

Bangladesh[edit]

  • Md. Atiyar Rahman
  • Md. Nazeem Hossain

England[edit]

  • Hashim Sisters[27]
  • Tejani Brothers[28]

North America[edit]

  • Mesum Abbas- USA
  • Ali Raza Rizvi (Son of Sachay)Washington USA
  • Kashif Naqvi - Montreal
  • Alamdar - Toronto
  • Syed Behbood - Toronto
  • Syed Ifitkhar Mehdi rizvi - GTA Toronto Canada Noha Manqabat reciter,(Noha khawan Karwan e Awn O Muhammada Karachi Pakistan)
  • Maisam Akhtar - Toronto
  • Mohsin Raza Jaffery - Toronto
  • Anees Rizvi, Maisum Ali, Hadi Naqvi, Komail Abbas, Maisam Wazir, Zaigham Salehi-Greater Toronto Area
  • Ali Rizvi - Calgary
  • Raamiz Hussain-Calgary
  • Nayyer(ar) Rizvi - Edmonton
  • Syed Ali Zaidi Chicago, IL

Iraq[edit]

  • Bassim Al-Karbalei
  • Haidar Al-Attar
  • Jaleel Al-Karbalei
  • Abo bashir
  • Qahtan Al-Bdairy
  • Karrar Abo-Ghunaym
  • Ali Bash
  • Ahmed Al-Saedi

See also[edit]

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