Thursday, March 24, 2016

Farida Khanum Pakistani Music Singer

Farida Khanum Pakistani Music Singer
Farida Khaum Pakistani Classical Music Singer. She was called Malika-e-Ghazal and great Classical Ghazals Music Artist.
She was create great name in Pakistan Music. Her family migrated to Pakistan in 1947, after that  she moved to Rawalpindi and started her singing career from Radio Pakistan at the young age of 13. Farida Khanum later shifted to Lahore Pakistan and she has one son and five daughters. She performed her first public concert in 1950 and then joined Radio Pakistan and then she was very popular and she was invited by President of Pakistan in public recital in 1960. She also started singing on Pakistan Television and other Pakistani TV Channels. Farida Khaum got Hilal-i-Imtiaz Award by the President of Pakistan in 2005 and also got Pride of Performance Award by the President of Pakistan in 1970. Farida Khanum was legendary Classical Music, Folk Music Singer and also great Ghazals Singer of Pakistan.  I have selected below Super Hit most popular Music of  Farida Khanum.
Farida Khanum Pakistani Classical Music 
Download Aaj Jane Ki Zid Na Ker
Download Bhit Ja Bhitai Bhit Te Wasai Noor
Download Bazo Bund Khul
Download Dair Lagi Aane Mai
Download Dil Ki Raah Mai
Download Firaq Ab Na Pochh
Download Guloon Ki Baat Karo
Download Hai Yahan Naam Ishiq Ka Laina
Download Hum Bhi Kiya Zindagi Guzar Gai
Download Jab Uss Julf Ki Baat Chali
Download Jis Tarah Chahe Karam
Download Kiya Huwa Jo Sitare
Download Mai Pairoon Mai Payal
Download Mere Hum Nafas Mere
Download Mohabbat Kerni Wale
Download Phool Bersta Howa
Download Sab Qatal Ho Ke Tere
Download Woh Ishiq Jo Hum Se
Download Woh Mujhay Howe
Download Yun Saja Chand

Biography Pakistani Ghazals Music Artist Farida Khanum

Farida Khanum was born in Calcutta in 1933. She was Ghazal Artist the Ghazal is a wonderful frame comprising of couplets which share a rhyme and a hold back. Each line must have a similar meter. Etymologically, the word truly alludes to "the mortal cry of a Gazelle". The creature is called Ghizaal, from which the English word gazelles stems, or Kastori Haran in Urdu. Ghazals are customarily articulations of affection, division and dejection, for which the Gazelle is a suitable picture. The Ghazals can be composed by male artists for ladies and additionally by female artists for men, as a declaration of one's emotions about shared love and whatever comes in that bundle going with delights. This great Artist  was breath her last on 25 February 1982.