AADHA IDHAR AADHA UDHAR NAAT LYRICS
Dang Hai Sab Dekh Kar, Aadha Idhar Aadha Udhar
Hogaya Pal Me Qamar, Aadha Idhar Aadha Udhar
Chand Hi Kya Aasma(n) Ko Bhi Agar Kehte Huzroor
Woh Bhi Girta Toot Kar, Aadha Idhar Aadha Udhar
Aala Hazrat Ke Gulamo Se Ulajh Na Chod Do
Fekh Denge Kaatkar, Aadha Idhar Aadha Udhar
Jab Raza Ki Uth Gayi Talwar Toh Fir Kya Hua
Hogaya Najdi Ka Sar, Aadha Idhar Aadha Udhar
Ek Taraf Makke Ki Sarhad Ek Taraf Sheher E Nabi
Kash Hota Mera Ghar, Aadha Idhar Aadha Udhar
Dushmanane Mustafa Ko Dekh Lena Pul Siraat
Daal Dega Kaat Kar, Aadha Idhar Aadha Udhar
The scene is chaotic, half here and half there
The moon is in pieces in a moment, half here and half there
What good is the moon if it’s also called a Huzoor?
It too falls and breaks apart, half here and half there
Don’t mess with Aala Hazrat’s servants
They’ll cut and throw away, half here and half there
When Raza raised his sword, then what happened?
The Najdi’s head was chopped off, half here and half there
On one side, the borders of Mecca, on the other, the city of the Prophet
I wish my home was here and there, half here and half there
Take a look at the enemies of Mustafa on the Bridge of Sirat
They’ll be thrown down and cut apart, half here and half there.
The first two lines of the poem describe a scene where everything appears to be in chaos and disarray. The moon seems to be broken in half and everything seems to be out of balance.
The next two lines suggest that even the sky and the heavens would fall apart if they were to be described as insignificant compared to the Prophet Muhammad.
The following lines encourage the followers of Aala Hazrat not to get caught up in petty arguments and disputes, as they have the power to overcome any obstacle.
The poem then references an event where Raza, one of the companions of the Prophet Muhammad, took up arms against his enemies. The outcome of this event is left open to interpretation.
The final lines suggest a longing to be closer to the holy city of Medina and the Prophet Muhammad. The poem ends with a warning to those who oppose the followers of the Prophet Muhammad, indicating that they will face consequences for their actions.