Qawwali Word comes from the Urdu Language, meaning poetry that specifically praises the Islamic Sufism, Hazrat Waris Ali Shah. The practice is popular in South Asia Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan, the UK, Europe, the USA.
“The King of Qawwali”, who was born on October 13, 1948, in Faisalabad, was popular in Pakistan and the rest of the world. Nusrat Fateh Ali’s songs have defined the art form of Qawwali for generations to come.
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1) Alif Allah Chambe Di Booti
Originally a Punjabi folk song sung by many artists and qawwals, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan’s rendition was very popular.
2) Tumhe Dillagi
One of the qawwal’s most famous songs. It has also been sung by Nusrat’s nephew Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, a rendition that saw Bollywood actors Huma Qureshi and Vidyut Jammwal in the video.
3) Sanson Ki Mala Pey
Did you know the lyrics to this song have been written by a 16th-century Hindu mystic poet Meera, also known as Meera Bai? She was one of the most famous of the women bhakta poets of north India.
4) Piya Re Piya Re
Nusrat’s song ‘Piya Re Piya Re’ saw a remixed version featured in the album Love is in the Air by Indian actor/musician Van Shipley.
5) Sanu Aik Pal Chain Na
One of Nusrat’s signature songs has also been sung by the younger qawwal Rahat and pop artist Atif Aslam.
6) Yeh Jo Halka Halka Suroor
This by far is Nusrat Sahib’s most sung kalam, one which he sang at many concerts and on TV shows.
7) Dam Mast Qalandar
To date, this qawwali of Nusrat sb’s has been remixed numerous times.
8) Mann Kunto Maula
‘Mann Kunto Maula’ is based on a hadith (a saying of the Prophet (PBUH)) and has been composed by 13th-century Sufi musician, poet, and scholar, Amir Khusro.
9) Mera Piya Ghar Aya
Another one penned by Punjabi Sufi poet, humanist, and philosopher Bulleh Shah, this song has seen many renditions by famous artists, including Nusrat Fateh.
10) Mere Rashk-e- Qamar
Another one of his most memorable tracks.
11) Allah Hoo Allah Hoo
Released in 1992, this song became an instant hit among fans, and artists like Rahat Fateh Ali and Sami Yusuf have performed it on many occasions.
12) Afreen Afreen
‘Afreen Afreen’ was the first collaboration between Nusrat and renowned Indian lyricist Javaid Akhtar. It is one of the qawwal’s most famous and signature tracks to date.
13) Dam Hama Dam Ali Ali
Nusrat’s love for the Prophet (PBUH) and his son-in-law Ali was not unknown, in fact, this is just one of the many qawwali the ustad has sung in their honor.
14) Tum Ek Gorakh Dhandha Ho
The Sufi verse ‘Tum Ek Gorakh Dhanda Ho’ (You are a Puzzle) was written by Pakistani lyricist Naz Khialvi and was later sung by the Ustad.
15) Tu Mera Dil Tu Meri Jaan
Another one of Nusrat’s popular tracks has been sung by artists galore.