Praising the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) has been a common religious-literary ritual in different Islamic sects and the introduction of many Divans by the Persian and Arab poets since the rise of Islam. Praising (Na'et) is introduced as the subspecies of eulogy (Mad'h) in Persian and Arabic rhetoric. Khāghāni Shirvani is one of the prominent Persian panegyrists who has composed many praising (Na'tiyya) in eulogy format in his works, especially in his odes. It has been tried to clarify, through a descriptive-analytic method, the structure and the content of his praising poems and to show what kind of possibilities and intentions are in this rhetoric-literary subspecies. Deliberating and scrutinizing in several praising works of Khāghāni we found that this literary subspecies has profound religious themes and contents that are composed honestly, respectful to ethical standards, historically documented, far from extreme exaggeration, with the aim of seeking the help of the holy prophet (PBUH) in difficulties and to understand religious teachings.