tajdar e haram meaning
This is a phrase originally from Persian but used commonly in the Subcontinent by Muslims, usually in poetry and/or songs.
The full meaning of Tajdar-e-Haram is “king of Mecca and Medina” and refers to the Prophet Muhammad.
تاجدار – Tajdar – made up of the Farsi words “تاج”, meaning crown, and the suffix “دار” meaning one who holds. The direct translation is king, or literally, “one who holds the crown”.
حرم – Haram – This word means “sanctuary” and refers to the two holy sites in Islam – Mecca and Medina.