Abdul Rauf Rufi

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Abdul Rauf Rufi
عبد الرؤف روفی
OccupationNaat Khawan (Naat reciter)
AwardsPride of Performance Award in 2005[1]

Abdul Rauf Rufi (Urdu: عبد الرؤف روفی) is a Naat Khawan from Pakistan. He has released many albums of Na`ats. He is widely known for his naats, Meetha Meetha Hai Meray Muhammad Ka Naam, Aane Walo Yeh Tau Batao and Shah-e-Madina among many others. He is considered to be one of the leading Naat Khawans of Pakistan.[2][3]


Abdul Rauf Rufi has earned great affection of Pakistani nation in a short span of time, by being a Naat Khawan in Pakistan since the 1990s. He likes to use a lot of musical instruments including the Arab percussion drums and traditional Pakistani Tabla , Dholak and Dafli ( Daf ) when reciting Naats. He has an appealing singing voice. That's why he has become so popular among the Pakistani public.[4]

Released Albums[edit]

Some of his albums are:

  • Al Madina Chal Madina
  • Ausaaf-e-Hameeda
  • Hum Tou Gulab Hogaye
  • Patti Patti Phool Phool

Super-hit Naats[edit]

  • Meetha Meetha Hai Meray Muhammad Ka Naam[5]
  • Who Suay Lalazaar Phirte Hain
  • Agar Koi Apna Bhala Chahta Hai
  • Rukh-e-Mustafa Ka Jamal Allah Allah
  • Al Madina Chal Madina, Aaj Nahin Tau Kal Madina[5]
  • Rab Ka Pyara Aaya Hai
  • Mein Madinay Ho Anwaan[5]



  1. ^ a b Abdul Rauf Rufi's Pride of Performance Award info listed on Dawn (newspaper) Published 14 Aug 2004, Retrieved 3 December 2018
  2. ^ Dawah Academy's silver jubilee celebrations start (Abdul Rauf Rufi's performance at Islamabad event) The Nation newspaper, Published 20 Feb 2010, Retrieved 3 December 2018
  3. ^ Data Sahib's Urs to start from today (Abdul Rauf Rufi's performance at Lahore event) Dawn (newspaper), Published 19 March 2006, Retrieved 3 December 2018
  4. ^ [1] Profile of Abdul Rauf Rufi on hamariweb.com website, Retrieved 3 December 2018
  5. ^ a b c d Profile of Abdul Rauf Rufi on urduwire.com website Archived 2020-09-18 at the Wayback Machine Retrieved 3 December 2018

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