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  • 1 00:00 Haya Ala Khairil Amal حیّ علی خیر العمل
    2 05:49 Khud Mere Nabi Ne Baat Yeh خود میرے نبی نے بات یہ بتادی
    3 10:43 Mera Payambar Azeem Tar Hai میرا پیمبر عظیم تر ہے
    4 19:36 Mera To Sab Kuch Mera Nabi Hai میرا تو سب کچھ میرا نبی ہے
    5 27:28 Mar Ke Apni Hi Adaon Pe مر کے اپنی ہی اداؤں پہ
    6 32:13 Dafan Jo Sadiyon Taley Hai دفن جو صدیوں تلے ہے
    7 37:05 Tu Kuja Mann Kuja تو کجا من کجا
    8 43:13 Ya Rehmat-ul-Alameen یا رحمت العالمین
    9 49:55 Nabiyon Ke Nabi (PBUH) نبیوں کے نبی
    10 56:21 Na Mere Sukhan Ko Sukhan نہ میرے سخن کو سخن کہو
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    Muzaffar Warsi (23 December 1933 – 28 January 2011; Urdu: مظفر وارثی) was a Pakistani poet, essayist, lyricist, and a scholar of Urdu. He began writing more than five decades ago. He wrote a rich collection of na`ats, as well as several anthologies of ghazals and nazms, and his autobiography Gaye Dinon Ka Suraagh. He also wrote quatrains for Pakistan's daily newspaper Nawa-i-Waqt
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    Muzaffar Warsi was born as Muhammad Muzaffar ud Din Siddiqui into the family of Alhaaj Muhammad Sharf ud Din Ahmad known as Sufi Warsi (Urdu: صوفی وارثی). It was a family of landlords of Meerut (now in Uttar Pradesh, India) Sufi Warsi was a scholar of Islam, a doctor and poet. He received two titles: 'Faseeh ul Hind' and 'Sharaf u Shu'ara'. Sufi Warsi was the friend of Sir Muhammad Iqbal (Allama Iqbal (علامہ اقبال), Akbar Warsi, Azeem Warsi, Hasrat Mohani, Josh Malihabadi, Ahsan Danish, Abul Kalam Azad and Mahindar Singh Bedi. His family raised him with deep religious grounding. He has one brother and two sisters. Muzaffar Warsi has three daughters and one son. One of his nephews is Usman Warsi, a singer, music composer and poet. His grandson Amsal Qureshi is also a singer, guitarist, composer, songwriter and a poet
    Muzaffar Warsi had worked at State Bank of Pakistan (the Central Bank of Pakistan) as deputy treasurer. He started writing his poetry by writing lyrics for songs for Pakistani movies but gradually changed direction and his style of poetry became more oriented towards praising Allah and Muhammad. He later started writing Hamd and Na`ats. He also wrote, regularly, a stanza or two on current affairs in the newspaper Nawa-i-Waqt until just before he died. His most popular Na`at remains "Mera Payambar azeem tar hai" (My Prophet is the highest).
    Warsi died on 28 January 2011 in Lahore, Pakistan. and was buried at Johar Town Graveyard Lahore.
    Pride of Performance Award in 1988 by the President of Pakistan
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