Allan Faqeer – 100% Free Unforgettable Sindhi Sufi Music Download



Allan Faqeer Sindhi Classical Music Singer. He was the legendary most popular Sindhi Folk Music Singer. He was a great Singer of Sindh and Pakistan, he sang hit songs in different languages such as Urdu, Sindhi, Saraiki, and other languages.

Allan Faqeer was a Master of Sindhi Classical Music. He was a great Artist his singing style introduce her to a legendary singer in Pakistan.  He was famous for his beautiful and wonderful style of performance, especially for dancing to Sindhi Sufi Music Songs. 
Allan Faqeer had sung poetry of Sufi poet “Hazrat Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai R.A“, “Hazrat Sachal Sermat RA”, “Hazrat Bedal Faqeer R.A”, “Hazrat Manthar Faqeer R.A“, and other popular Poets of Sindh. 
His style to say “Shah Ja Bait” was very popular. He sung popular song with Muhammad Ali Shehki on Pakistan Television in 1986 “Allah Allah Ker Bhaya”. I have selected below the most popular Sindhi Songs of Allan Faqeer.


Allan Faqeer – Popular Sindhi Sufi  Music Free Download
Aayal Barocho
Aayal Kariyan Keen
Allah Allah Ker Bhaya
Asan Sutal Howasain Nind Nasheli
Barsi Badal Aaya
Boli Mohinji Hi
Chiara De Chham Lai
Hae Sukhya
Huma Huma Ker
In Bare Jeevan
Jake Mehar Mehar
Moo Mai Tu Maujood
Paan Paida Kayo
Subooh Milandam Soomra
Tiri Pawinda Train
Wai Hazrat Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai R.A



Biography Sindhi Folk Music Singer Allan Faqeer

Allan Faqeer was born in 1932 in Village Aamari, District Jamshoro Sindh and he belonged to the Mangrasi tribe, the Manganhars are believed to bring happiness and welcomed on festive occasions for their gift of melody. 
Allan Faqeer was a very popular Pakistani Folk Singer and he create a great name in Sindh Music. Allan Faqeer was a great and famous Singer and he performed in Sindhi Classical Musician, Sufi Songs, Sindhi Folk Music, and  Sindhi Lok Music, especially in Sindh, Pakistan, and all over the World. His sweet sound and style of his singing were popular on Radio Pakistan and Pakistan Television
He got the Pride of Performance award from the Government of Pakistan in 1980, the Shahbaz Award in 1987, the Shah Latif Award in 1992, and the Kandhkot Award in 1993. Legendary Sindhi Singer was breathing his last on 04th July 2000. 
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