Evergreen Pak Army Songs: Dedicated to Brave Sons of Pakistan

Evergreen Pak Army Songs

Pak army songs represent the true sentiments of the nation towards guardians of the land. These songs always have a motivational factor attached to them, whether we relate them with peacetime or during the war.The best thing about these songs is their passionate lyrics, which cast an immediate effect at the soul of the listener. Especially during war, these songs portray the fearless aspects of the soldiers and show our trust over them.

Pakistani singers played a pivotal role during the 1965 war, by singing passion filled Pak army songs. These singers actively participated in arousing the moral of Pak army by creating such songs that served the purpose well during those difficult days.

The most important and popular names of that era include Mehdi Hassan, Noor Jehan, Saleem Raza, Alam Lohar, Ahmed Rushdi. They truly proved to be the loyal and determined inhabitants of our beloved homeland Pakistan. To pay tribute to these singers, we have created a list of some beautiful Park army songs that are still popular among the masses at large.

Allah se Darnay Walay Dartay Nahi Aur Kisi Se

This song is one of the most popular Pak army songs of its time and was dedicated to loyal and brave soldiers of Pakistan Army. Songs like this stimulate and bring out the feel of patriotism in every Pakistani. Moreover, it also serves as an inspiration for our soldiers who risk their lives to protect our beloved homeland.

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Yeh Watan Tumhara Hai

Yeh Watan Tumhara Hai is an amazing patriotic song, which pays a tribute to dedicated and fearless soldiers of Pak army. This song was composed in a melodious composition and mesmerizing voice of Mehndi Hassan gave a strong feel to it. This song was released in 1962 for the first time on Radio Pakistan.

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Aye Puttar Hattan Tey Nai Vikdey

Madam Noor Jahan has sung numerous songs for Pak Army and this particular song of her was released during 1965 war. This passion-filled song served as an inspiration for Pak Army soldiers, who were fighting at the front. The lyrics of this song were written by Ghulam Mustafa tabbasum.

Aye Rah e Haq Ke Shaheedo

Naseem Begum is the singer of this song and Saif-ud-din Saif, wrote its lyrics. Since this song was also released in 1965, it was appreciated by the masses at large scale. Moreover, this song was dedicated to the heroes (Martyrs) of 1965 war. The popularity of this song is still at its highest rank and various remixes of this melodious song have been introduced in recent past.

Aye Watan Key Sajiley Jawanoo

This is one of the best patriotic songs ever sung by Madam Noor jahan. Jamil ud din is the lyricist of this unforgettable Pak army song. This song was also released on radio Pakistan during 1965 war. It raised the moral of Pak forces and strengthened their determination to defeat the enemy.

Apni Jaan Nazar Karoon

This song was recorded in the voice of the legendary singer, Mehdi Hassan. It was released in 1965 with a view to paying tribute to fearless soldiers of Pakistan who offered their lives to save the integrity of our beloved homeland. This patriotic song has sensational melody, which enhances our love and respect for Pak army.

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Mereya Dhool Sipahiya

Meray Dhol Sipahiya is another track sung by “Melody Queen” Madam Noor Jahan. It depicts the love of a wife for her beloved husband, who is fighting at the front. She prays for her life and endorses his efforts for the country. Since this song was released during 1965 war, it served as a moral builder for the Pakistani soldiers.

This song is one of the evergreen Pak arm songs and the nation still loves it from the core of their hearts.

Jaag Utha Hai Saara Watan

As evident from the lyrics, this song relates to the unity of the whole nation. This song was released in 1965 and was considered as the best tribute to the Pak army as well as the whole nation. Various artists took part in the recording of this song. No doubt, it is a masterpiece and priceless gift from these artists for the nation and Pakistani soldiers.

Aye Mard e Mujahid

The most popular singer Alamgir sang this famous Pak army song in 1982. This track was included in his album Hum Sab Ka Pakistan among other famous patriotic songs. The melody of this song is simply amazing and serves well in enhancing the nation’s love for the country and armed forces.

Tum He Se Aye Mujahido

This beautiful Pak army song was also recorded in the voice of Alamgir and was released in 1986. It pays tribute to the sacrifices of the brave sons of Pakistan, who don’t even hesitate to offer their lives to protect their land. The lyrics of this track express that it due to the sacrifices of the Pak army that we are living a peaceful life in an independent and free land.

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Qasam Us Waqt Ki

Junaid Jamshed sang this emotional and heart-warming Pak army song. This song was released in 1999 and is one of the famous songs ever presented for paying tribute to the Pakistan armed forces.

It exhibits the grandeur of a Mujahid and reveals the true spirit of a brave soldier. Since, its release, this song is considered as one of the best Pak army songs of all times.

Sindhi Hum, Balochi Hum, Punjabi Hum, Pathan Hum

This typical military song was sung by various artists and depicts the unity of the whole nation and the Pak army. The lyrics of this song shows that even being belonging to different provinces and sections, the soldiers of Pak army are united under the shadow of our national flag. They have just one goal and that is to protect our motherland no matter how strong the enemy is.


The song Teri meri yeh dosti is a beautiful track, portraying the strong relationship between two friends who serve as soldiers in Pak army. This song belongs to Jawad Ahmed’s album uchiyan Majajan wali, which was released in 2002. The video of this song is amazing and worth to watch.





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