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Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, passed away 23 years ago.

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Karachi: The 23rd death anniversary of Qawwal Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan is celebrate today.

About Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan

Born in Faisalabad in 1948. Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan is know for poetry and folk music. Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan was first introduced to the verses sung by other members of the family. “Haq Ali” “Maula Ali” and “Dum Mast Qalandar Mast Mast” gave him recognition. He made his art a means of propagating Islam and converted countless non-Muslims around the world to Islam.

Due to new dimension in music. His fame spread from Pakistan to the rest of the world. His first international masterpiece was Dead Man Walking. Release in 1995, follow by another Hollywood film. The Last Temptation of Christ. He arrange the music.

About His Music

Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan made the whole world a disciple. Through the spiritual conditions of the art of music. No other musician or singer achieve as much international fame as he did. He released 125 audio albums. He made a world record. These albums include “Dum Mast Qalandar Mast”, “Ali Maula Ali”, “Yeh Jo Halka Halka Saror Hai”. “Meera Pia ghar Aaya”, “Allah Ho Allah Ho”and :Kina Sohna”. Includes many memorable sayings and songs.

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan evoke the magic of his voice by composing music for several Bollywood films. Including “Aur Pyaar Hoya”, “Kacha Dhaage” and “Kartoos”. Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan’s art is praise by singers. Like Queen Tarun, Noor jahan, Ghazal Emperor, Mehdi Hassan and Lata Mangeshkar. He is well verse in song, ghazal, qawwali, classical and semi-classical. Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan use his art to propagate Islam and convert countless non-Muslims around the world to Islam.

He is truly the best ambassador of Pakistan. And introduce Pakistan as a great country where people are unfamiliar with the word “Pakistan”. Musician Arshad said: “He was a great artist and a man who understand music. Artists like them are born in centuries. It will not be wrong to say that they were the forehead of music”.

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