Ramazan Ilahi with Text and Translation

Enjoy this lovely ilahi about Ramadan (hat tip to Abdur Rahman)!Below is the Bosnian text as well as the translation (thanks to Samaha for helping me out with it).  Sorry about the single spacing all the way through; every time I tried to add another space between verses, wordpress didn’t accept it.

Ramazan Ilahi

Dobro doš’o dostu dragi

Našem srcu poklon nosiš

Svakoj duši ti si znan

Dobro doš’o Ramazan

Selam, selam Ramazan

Milost nosiš ti nama

Dobro doš’o Ramazan

Avlijom se miris širi

Iftari se svuda dijele

Kandilji nam nebom sjaje

Selam alejk Ramazan

Selam, selam Ramazan

Radost nosiš ti nama

Dobro doš’o Ramazan

Dragi Rabbu primi naš post

Primi dove pokajnika

Ti nam daješ ovu radost

Poklanjaš nam Ramazan

Selam, selam Ramazan

Milost nosiš ti nama

Dobro doš’o Ramazan

My Translation

Welcome to a dear friend

To our hearts you carry a gift

To every soul you are known

Welcome, Ramazan

Selam, selam, Ramazan

You bring mercy to us

Welcome, Ramazan

Fragrance spreads through the yard

Iftars (food for breaking fast) shared everywhere

Lanterns light up the sky

Selam Aleyk Ramazan

Selam, selam, Ramazan

You bring joy to us

Welcome, Ramazan

Dear Lord, accept our fast

Accept the prayers of the penitent

You give to us this joy

You bestow Ramadan upon us

Selam, selam, Ramazan

You bring mercy to us

Welcome, Ramazan

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7 responses to “Ramazan Ilahi with Text and Translation

  1. I came across this on YouTube a few years ago, but a different video with it – it was one of my favorites!

  2. Salaams and Ramadan mubarak! Thank you for sharing this, and for the work on the translation too! It is beautiful, mashaAllah.

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  4. Salam alaikum;
    It’s one of my favorites too! I’ll get to work on some other “favorites” now insha’Allah…

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  6. Really beautiful :) Thank you for sharing it.

    Ramadan Mubarak!

    Ya Haqq!

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