Published on 27 Apr 2016 | 10 months ago

Manjhi Faqeer - Aaun Ta eendus Piyara - Sindhi Sufi Kalam

ٿلھہ.
آئون تہ ايندس پيو پيارا تون اچڻ ڏين يا نہ ڏين.
در جهلي بيهندس مان تنهنجو تون بيهڻ ڏين يا نہ ڏين.
1: جي تڙين لوڌين ڌڪارين دَر ڇڏايئن تہ بہ مٺا.
ڏور کان ڏسندس پيو تو ڏسڻ ڏين يا نہ ڏين.
2: هڪ دفعو ديدار مونکي دلربا مُرڪي ڪراءِ.
ديس پنهنجي ۾ مٺا پوءِ تون رهڻ ڏين يا نہ ڏين.
3: توسان ياقي يار بنجي ڇير يڪتارو کڻي.
ناچو ٿي نچندس اڳيان تو تون نچڻ ڏين يا نہ ڏين.
4: سُڻ سدا هيءَ آخري 'اعجاز' جي سهڻا سڄڻ.
رُخ چمڻ چاهيان ٿو تنهنجو تون چمڻ ڏين يا نہ ڏين.

Bio (sufi Music)
Sufi music is the devotional music of the Sufis, inspired by the works of Sufi poets, like Rumi, Hafiz, Bulleh Shah, Amir Khusrow and Khwaja Ghulam Farid, Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai and Sachal Sarmast.

Qawwali and Nanik Shahi (Yaktara Music) is the most well known form of Sufi music, and is most commonly found in the Sufi culture of the Indian Subcontinent. However, music is also central to the Sema ceremony of the whirling dervishes, which is set to a form of music called Ayin, a vocal and instrumental piece featuring Turkish
classical instruments such as the ney (a reed flute). The West African gnawa is another form, and Sufis from Indonesia to Afghanistan to Morocco have made music central to their practises. Some of the Sufi orders have taken an approach more akin to puritan forms of Islam, declaring music to be unhelpful to the Sufi way.
Sufi love songs are often performed as ghazals and Kafi, a solo genre accompanied by percussion and harmonium, using a repertoire of songs by Sufi poets.
Abida Parveen, a Pakistani Sufi singer is one of the foremost exponents of Sufi music, considered the finest Sufi vocalists of the
modern era. Sanam Marvi another Pakistani singer has recently gained recognition for her Sufi vocal performances. Asrar Shah a Lahore based Sufi singer who gained popularity in Coke Studio Pakistan and now is owner of his music producing company Soul Speaks.
A. R. Rahman, the Oscar-winning Indian musician, has several
compositions which draw inspiration from the Sufi genre; examples are the filmi qawwalis Khwaja Mere Khwaja in the film Jodhaa Akbar,
Arziyan in the film Delhi 6 and Kun Faya Kun in the film Rockstar.

The music of India includes multiple varieties of folk music, pop, and Indian classical music. India's classical music tradition, including Hindustani music and Carnatic, has a history spanning millennia and developed over several eras. Music in India began as an integral part of socio-religious life.
Bengali singer Lalan Fakir and Bangladesh's national poet Kazi Nazrul Islam scored several Sufi songs.
Junoon, a band from Pakistan, created the genre of Sufi rock by
combining elements of modern hard rock and traditional folk music with Sufi poetry.
In 2005, Rabbi Shergill released a Sufi rock song called "Bulla Ki
Jaana", which became a chart-topper in India and Pakistan.

Old Indus Valley Now Known as Sindh is also Land of Sufism (Mysticism) mostly Population love to listen sufi music of Abida Parveen, Ustad Manzoor Ali Khan, Ustad Barey Ghulam Ali, Khan Sahib Nusrat Fateh ALi Khan,Ustad fateh Ali Khan, Ustad Gulzar ALi Khan, Sanam Marvi, Mai Bhagi, Mai Dhai, Sohrab Faqir, Alan Faqir, Jamal DIn Faqir, Manjhi Faqir, SHafi Faqir, Sohno Faqir, Sadiq Faqir, Wazir Ali SHah, Usman Faqir, Rabbani Faqir, Munawar Abro, BHag Chand, Muzaffar Dayo, The Sketches Lahooti Live sessions and Many more individual and brands.

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