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Tufail Niazi is one of the greatest Pakistani singers. He achieved fame with this famous song Sada chirian da chanbha. He has given many performances from ptv and radio Pakistan. His voice is full of deep pathos. He was a great artist, with his individual artistic skills. He was excelled in using Komal & Teevar notes with ease and in a justified manner, that made the audience cry. He had immense depth and feelings. He used "MEEND", that always touched the soul
گلیاں تان بابل تیریاں بھیڑیاں ، میرا ہن ہویا پردیس
رکھ بابل گھر اپنا ، دھی چلی بگانے دیس
ساڈا چڑیاں دا چنبا وےبابلا وے
اساں اڈ جاناں، ،اساں اڈ جاناں
بیٹھی جنج بوہا مل کے
ہونا میں پردیسن پلکے/ کل
گھر دیاں کنجیاں سانبھ لے ماں نی
اساں اڈ جاناں ، اساں اڈ جاناں
ساڈا چڑیاں دا چنبا
جتھے کھیڈے گڈیاں پٹولے
جند اج اوسے گھر وچ ڈولے
درد سنے اج کون وے
اساں اڈ جاناں، ،اساں اڈ جاناں
ساڈا چڑیاں دا چنبا
امبڑی بابل ویر پئے تکدے
لکھیاں نوں اوہ موڑ نہ سکدے
ٹٹ گئے سارے مان وے
اساں اڈ جاناں، ،اساں اڈ جاناں
ساڈا چڑیاں دا چنبا
بخش دے مائیں ۳۲ دھاراں

Galian taan terian babal peerian, mera hun hoya pardes
Rakh babal ghar apna, dhee chali baganay des

Sada chirian da chamba ve babla
Asan ud jana, asan ud jana

Bethi jang boha mal kay
Hona main pardaisan bhal kay
Ghar dian kunjian samb lay maan ni
Asan ud jana, asan ud jana
Sada chiran da chamba...

Jithay khaiday gudian patolay
Jind aj osay ghar vich dolay
Dard sunay aj kon ve
Asan ud jana, asan ud jana
Sada chiran da chamba...

Ambri babal veer pe takday
Likhian noon o mor na sakday
Tut gaye saray maan ve
Asan ud jana, asan ud jana
Sada chiran da chamba...

Baksh day maye batti dharan
Jandi wari salam guzaran
Mere kismat de naal mail ve
Asan ud jana, asan ud jana
Sada chiran da chamba
Tufail Niazi belonged to the Kapurthala music tradition and to the lineage of Saeen Ilyas. He became an internationally renowned musician and is a great name in Punjabi folk music. Tufail Niazi had a unique edge over other legendary folk singers due to his mastery over the compositions nested in classical tradition. Often he instilled new and different meanings into common verses. Tufail Niazi also had the honour of being the first person to appear on PTV on its inauguration day.

He was born to a family of music lovers. He received his early training in classic singing from his father, who played the dhurpadi mardang (a form of drum). He made his first public appearance as a singer when he was only eight years old. Before Independence, he used to sing at the famous Harbalb Mela (festival) near Jullander, where the top Indian singers used to perform.

After Independence, he migrated to Multan, where he began selling milk and curd until 1949, when a police inspector recognized him and arranged for him to sing at a concert. He soon became well known in the cultural circles of Multan, where he established a theatre and became a popular actor, singing on occasion for Radio Pakistan and performing on television when it was introduced.

Tufail Naizi, skilled in the art of classical music, excelled in aarr (singing between the beats) and adhob (amalgamating the notes of two or three ragas). He worked tirelessly to help set up the National Institute of Folk Heritage, travelling all over Pakistan to gather folk treasures. A winner of the President's Pride of Performance award, he died on September 21, 1990

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