ISPR releases Shad Rahay Pakistan national song for 23rd March celebrations

The Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) on Thursday released the national song Shad Rahe Pakistan (May Pakistan remain happy) as part of the Pakistan Day celebrations.

ISPR 23rd March Song Shad Rahay Pakistan by Shuja Haider & Yashal Shahid

Video Credits: ISPR

Shad Rahe Pakistan is a unique song composed in connection with 23rd March which is a prayer in the name of this sacred land which is becoming the voice of the heart of every Pakistani declaring that Pakistan was happy, is happy and may remain happy, said an ISPR news release.

“This song is a manifestation of good wishes like glorious past, determined present and prosperous future”, it said. The composition of this song was done by leading Pakistani composer Shuja Haider who has written this song.

The melodious voices of Yashal Shahid and Shuja Haider have made this song even more beautiful. The lyrics of the song say, “May the crescent and the star shine like this forever May your name shine on the horizon like this Our heart and soul sacrificed on the country, May this Pakistan be happy Above all, let his name may Pakistan be happy Yours and mine identity is one, happy Pakistan This echoing voice roars happy Pakistan”.

The song Shad Rahay Pakistan is a celebration of the resolve of the nation to stay united and steadfast on the path to prosperity. The anthem encompasses the national aspiration to always see Pakistan’s flag fluttering high. It reverberates a prayer that the country may flourish for all times to come. The song is in tune with the resolve to keep Pakistan peaceful and on the bright path of progress.

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