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Manikya Malaraya Poovi (English translation)

  • Artist: Oru Adaar Love (OST) [2018] (ഒരു അഡാര്‍ ലൗ)
  • Featuring artist: Vineeth Sreenivasan
  • Also performed by: Shaan Rahman
  • Song: Manikya Malaraya Poovi 11 translations
  • Translations: Arabic, Bengali #1, #2, English #1, #2, #3, #4, Hindi, Sinhala 2 more
  • Requests: Telugu
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Manikya Malaraya Poovi

Manikya Malaraaya Poovi
Mahathiyam Khadeeja Beevi
Makkayenna Punya Nattil
Vilasidum Naari…
Vilasidum Naari…
 
Manikya Malaraaya Poovi
Mahathiyam Khadeeja Beevi
Makkayenna Punya Nattil
Vilasidum Naari…
Vilasidum Naari…
 
Haathamunnabiye Vilichu
Kachavadatheenayachu
Kanda Neram Galbinullil
Mohamudhichu…
Mohamudhichu…
 
Kachavadavum Kayinj
Muth Rasoolulla Vann
Kalliyaanalojanaykkaay
Beevi Thunij…
Beevi Thunij…
 
Manikya Malaraaya Poovi
Mahathiyam Khadeeja Beevi
Makkayenna Punya Nattil
Vilasidum Naari…
Vilasidum Naari…
 
Last edited by FaryFary on Wed, 14/02/2018 - 16:23
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A women like Pearl Flower

Versions: #1#2#3#4
A women like Pearl Flower,
The great lady Khadija Beevi,
In the holy land of Mecca
She lived like a queen
She lived like a queen
 
A women like Pearl Flower
The great lady Khadija Beevi
In the holy land of Mecca
She lived like a queen
She lived like a queen
 
She called the Last Prophet,
And sent him for trading,
At the first sight in her heart
A desire arose..
desire arose...
 
When the trade mission was finished,
The blessed messenger of God returned.
And to propose him
The beevi decided..
The beevi decided..
 
A women like Pearl Flower
The great lady Khadija Beevi
In the holy land of Mecca
She lived like a queen..
She lived like a queen..
 
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Submitted by niznisniznis on Sat, 17/02/2018 - 10:30
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niznisniznis    Sat, 17/02/2018 - 18:04

Beevi= Great and respectful women
Poovi= lovable women like a flower
Maanikya=ruby or pearl
Hathimunnabi= last prophet,
Rasoolullah= messenger of God
Muth= blessed or precious or pearl

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