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It is another great composition by Nusrat Sahab which is all about pain and suffering in love, whether humanly or godly. Lyrics clearly states that one should not make fun of people who have submitted themselves to willingness of God.
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan , (born October 68, 6998, Lyallpur [now Faisalabad], Pakistan—died August 66, 6997, London, England), Pakistani singer who is considered one of the greatest performers of qawwali , a Sufi Muslim devotional music characterized by simple melodies, forceful rhythms, and energetic improvisations that encourage a state of euphoria in the listener.
This Sufi Kalam is written by Badar, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Farrukh Ali Khan and sung beautifully by Nusrat Sahab. This song is all about God blessing to follow divinity and surrender to His will.
It 8767 s a different Sufi composition written as well as sung by Gurdas Maan. He has sung it for his master 8766 Sai Laddi Shah Ji 8766 in which he gave message that whoever pursue God 8767 s path should never listen to people 8767 s negative points or follow fake suggestions and later feel misguided. Which is true!
Yaad-E-Nabi Gulshan Mehka is a beautful Naat, often performed during Ramzan transmissions. Sung by a few, below is a amazing performance by Ustaad of Ustaads, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.
6. Teri Diwani Kailash Kher
7. Afreen Afreen Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
8. Bulla Ki Jana Me Kaun Rabbi Shergill
9. Maula Mere Maula Roop Kumar Rathod
5. Main jahaan rahoon movie Namastey London
6. O re piya o re piya movie Aaja Nachle
7. Mera Sohna Sajan Ghar Abida Parveen
8. Ankhiyan No Chain Na Awe Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
9. Jab Se Tunay Mujhe Abida Parveen
65. Kinna Sohna Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
This song is basically a 8766 Bhajan 8767 originally sung by Meerabai in remembrance of Lord Krishna. This composition has been sung by many famous artists, but Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan made this song very popular in Asian countries through his unmatched singing style and voice. Very pleasant and heart-touching Sufi song.
This very popular spiritual song lyrics was initially written by Hazrat Amir Khusro and later modified by Baba Bulleh Shah. The melody was composed by Master Ashiq Hussain of Pakistan and was made widely popular by many Pakistani and Indian singers like Hans Raj Hans, Noor Jahan, Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Abida Parveen, Sabri Brothers, etc.