qawwali

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qawwali

(kəˈvɑːlɪ)
n
(Islam) an Islamic religious song, esp in Asia
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Qawali, Naat recitals and mushaira (poetry sessions) were a constant attraction for devotees.
The evening started with Qawali Orchestra where four qawals Mian Miri Qawal, Badar Ali Qawal, Faiz Chishti and Tauqeer Khurram presented 'Allah Hu' and 'Dam Mast Qalandar'.
KARACHI -- Prominent Pakistani singer Ustad Rahat Fateh Ali Khan said that Qawali is in my soul, it is in my blood and I will continue till my last breath because there is spirituality in it with tranquil and harmony.
2018 will be celebrated as the year of the Qawali,' shared PME's Salman Ahmed - the promoter of Rahat Fateh Ali's concert tours at the press conference.
Towards the end, when the stage was cleared and Rahman and a select group took to the forefront for a qawali style rendition, the atmosphere suddenly changed.
There used to be concerts for all age groups, classical mehfils, qawali nights in every city, overcrowded stadiums, and spring carnivals with oscillation of happiness everywhere.
I will sing classical songs and qawali at the programme for Qatar National Day.
Meanwhile, Mahafil-e-Milad, seerat conferences, Naat and Qawali competitions, declamation contests on the life of Holy Prophet (PBUH), processions and rallies are part of celebrations in which various aspects of the teachings of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) will be highlighted.
It is recalled that some years ago, Ramazan Transmissions meant listening to Naats, Qawali, watching a dupatta-clad host quizzing students on Islam, and witnessing the mandatory cooking show.
PESHAWAR -- Imran Mian Qawal son of Aziz Mian Qawal giving his first ever performance in Peshawar mesmerized the audience during Qawali Night held at Pearl Continental Hotel Peshawar.
Amjad Sabri, a master of qawali, the devotional music that is wildly popular across the Indian subcontinent and well beyond, was gunned down in Karachi, Pakistan.
My other hobby is listening to music of all genres, especially Ghazals and Sufi Qawali from Southeast Asia region.