Naat is a form of spoken and sung religious poetry honoring the Prophet Muhammad, with popular recitations in the Punjabi language that include "Wichore De Main Sadme," "Uth Maa Ghar Chaliye," "Seerat Nabwi" and "Kadi Aa Sohna." Punjabi language versions of Naat are from India and Pakistan.
Naat is primarily an auditory art, with recitations and chants in a lyrical song form, with or without music. Modern-day Naat is broadcast on television and radio, especially during major Muslim religious holidays such as Ramadan. In addition to the Punjabi language, the Naat is an integral part of religious life in the Bengali, Urdu, Persian, Pashto and Sindhi languages.