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Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Mehdi Hassan Pakistani Islami Naats

Mehi Hassan most well known Pakistani Naat Khawan. He was most popular Artist of Pakistan  and he recites Naats on on Radio Pakistan. He had an enthusiasm for Urdu verse, and along these lines, he started to explore by singing Ghazals,  Naats on low maintenance premise. He refers to radio officers Z.A. Bukhari and Rafiq Anwar as extra impacts in his movement as a Ghazals singer. 
Mehdi Hassan Pakistani Islami Naats
He first sang on Radio Pakistan in 1952. In 1964, his Ghazal for a Film Farangi, "Gulon Mein Rang Bharay, Baad-e-Naubahar Chale" composed by eminent Pakistani writer Faiz Ahmed Faiz and created by Rasheed Attre, gave him a  first Ghazal artist Faiz Ahmed Faiz quit recounting it in his 'mushairas' verse presenting occasions and, rather, suggested that the gathering of people approach Mehdi Hassan to sing it for them on the grounds that the artist tongue in cheek used to state that the Ghazal had a place with Mehdi Hassan after its fame.
Mehdi Hassan Pakistani Islami Naats
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Biography Pakistani Naat Khawan Mehdi Hassan 

Mehdi Hassan was born on 18 July 1934 in Luna, Rajputana Agency. He was most popular Ghazals and Naat Singer of Pakistan. He claims to be the sixteenth era of genetic performers hailing from the Kalawant family of artists. Mehdi Hassan had his melodic preparing from his  Father Ustad Azeem Khan and uncle Ustad Ismail Khan who were both conventional Dhrupad singers. He began to perform at a youthful age and the principal show of Dhrupad and Kheyal with his senior sibling is accounted for to have been held in Fazilka Bungla, close present DC House (1935) of Unified Punjab. His senior sibling Pandit Ghulam Qadir additionally was exceptionally reassuring in honing his abilities.

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