Na'at is poetry in praise of the Islamic prophet, Muhammad. The practice is popular in South Asia, commonly in Bengali, Pashto, Punjabi or Urdu. People who recite Na'at are known as Na'at Khawan or sana'a-khua'an. Exclusive "Praise to God" and God alone is called Hamd, not to be confused with 'Na'at'.
In Arab countries, lyrics and praises said for Muhammad are called Madih nabawi.