qawwali


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qawwali

(kəˈvɑːlɪ)
n
(Islam) an Islamic religious song, esp in Asia
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The third act is the spiritual Qawwali's and classics like Mein Jahan Rahoun and Ore Piya.
KARACHI -- Acclaimed artists of the Qawwali industry, Hamza Akram Qawwal and his brothers Taimoor Akram and Abdul Akram, have set out for their tour of the United Kingdom where they will be performing at one of the largest art festivals in the country, The Greenbelt Festival 2019.
In June this year Khan, who comes from a Pakistani family of renowned Qawwali singers stretching back centuries, was awarded with an honourary degree at the prestigious Oxford University in London.
LAHORE -- The world renowned Pakistani musician and Qawwali singer Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan was remembered on his 22nd death anniversary on Friday.
RAWALPINDI -- A Qawwali event was held at the Rawalpindi Arts Council (RAC) on Sunday night, in which renowned musicians performed.
Music for the qawwali has been produced and arranged by Shafaat Ali and the qawwali rhythm has been arranged by Sajjad Ali Chandwani, both belonging to Mumbai.
On top of that, what made even more proud was the fact that qawwali is being recognised as a popular music genre all around the world.'
Summary: London [UK], Jun 27 (ANI): Iconic Pakistani playback and Qawwali singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan was on Wednesday awarded with an honourary degree at the prestigious Oxford University.
Serena Hotels hosted a soulful Qawwali Night featuring world renowned Qawal Asif Ali Santoo on Friday 31st May 2019 at Islamabad Serena Hotel.
Islamabad -- Dhanak FM-94, Music channel of Radio Pakistan will arrange a 'Qawwali Night' today Wednesday 29th May in according with the spirit of Holy month of Ramazan.
ISLAMABAD: Renowned Qawwals Sher Ali and Mehr Ali performed here at "Qawwali night", organized by Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA).
"I am going to wow you with the purest form of Qawwali. No Bollywood songs, or any other popular songs.