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Abida Parveen

Abid Parveen

Abida Parveen (Urdu: عابدہ پروین; born 20 February 1954),[2] is a Pakistani Sufi Muslim singer, composer and musician. Her singing and music has earned her many accolades, and she has been dubbed as the ‘Queen of Sufi music’. She is also a painter and entrepreneur.
Parveen is also interested in the arts. She owns the Abida Parveen Gallery which features jewellery, paintings, her music CDs, awards section and garments and accessories and is run by her daughters.[26] She also has her own music recording studio in it.
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Ataullah Esakhilvi

Ataullah Esakhilvi

Ataullah Khan Esakhelvi, popularly known as the “Ambassador of Pain”, is a light-hearted, soft-spoken, modest Pakistani Singer from the tribal area of Esakhel, Mianwali. Popular among young and old alike, his singing especially appeals to the sensitive, who delve deep into the fathoms of his romantic lyrics.Ataullah Khan Esakhelvi was Born on 19 August 1951 in Isakhel in the Punjab province’s district of Mianwali. As his name suggests he belongs to the Niazi tribe, which is a pashtun tribe. His forefathers descents from Kabul, Afghanistan.This very successful singer once worked as a bus conductor and truck driver.

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Hamid Ali Khan

Hamid Ali Khan (حامِد علی خان ‎), (born 1953) is a Pakistani classical singer. He belongs to the Patiala gharana. Being a representative of the Patiala gharana, Hamid Ali Khan is an exponent of ghazal and classical singing. He has released several records and performed with other famous Indian artists. He has also collaborated with many UK-based artists, some of the recent ones being Partha Sarathi Mukherjee (tabla) and Fida Hussain (harmonium).

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Sara Raza Khan

Sara Raza Khan
Sara Raza Khan is a Pakistani singer; in 2009 she started her singing career from an Indian show “SA RE GA MA PA” challenge. She sang beautiful songs for India and Pakistan both. She took part in singing shows of India and Pakistan. Sara was the best singer of Pakistani singing program “Bright Star”.
Sara Raza was the participant of Pakistani and Indian show “Sur Kshetra” but she had to leave the program, due to some personal problems. She sang a beautiful song for the drama “Mere Qatil Mere Dildar” and won Hum Award for the best singer. Singer learnt singing from Abdul Rauf and classical singing for Alhamra Art Council.
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