Top 10 tracks of Abida Parveen: From Shrine of Sindh to Queen of Sufi Music

abida pareen - queen of sufi music

Abida Pareen – The Queen of Sufi Music

Top 10 tracks of Abida Parveen: From Shrine of Sindh to Queen of Sufi Music

Listening to Abida Parveen is a mystical experience of its own. She has been performing Sufi Music and Arfana Kalam for 3 decades now, and the level of reverence she enjoys from her fans in Pakistan and abroad is unparalleled. I had honour to attend her concert at Royal Albert Hall in London in 2006 and recently at South Bank in summer of 2017. It was heart warming to see the way  people flocked just to catch her glimpse and shake hands if they were meeting a saint. She mentioned in an interview with The Guardian that she never considered herself a singer, but a ‘vehicle’ to communicate the message of Sufism do people across the world. Her statement validates itself when you hear her live.

Hailing from small city of Larkana, she begin career from performing at Dargahs and Shrine in Sindh. Once at Pakistan Television (PTV), she quickly became the most renowned female Sufi singer in the world.

Abida Begum has recorded almost 100 albums comprising Sufiana and Arfana Kalam, ghazals and folk music in languages including Urdu, Punjabi, Seraiki and of course her mother tongue Sindhi.

Download the best and largest music collection of Abida Parveen , which is all about spreading the message of Sufism and universal humanity.

 Chaap Tilak Sab Chheeni – Kalam Amir Khusro (Hindi: छाप तिलक सब छीनी) (Urdu: چھاپ تلک سب چھینی ]
 Ek Nukte Wich Gal Mukdi
 Are Logo Tumhara Kaya
 Man Kunto Maula – Abida Parveen Live in US (13:41)
 Chaap Tilak Sab Cheeni – Abida Parveen & Rahet Fateh Ali
 Mahi Yaar Di Gharoli Bhar Di 
 Dhondo Ge Agar Mulko Mulkon
 Kal Chaudveen Ki Raat [Kalam Ibn e Insha]
 
Jab Se Tune Mujhe Diwana Bana Rakha Hai – Abida Parveen Live in US (10:56)
 
Mast Qalandar – Original and Best Version  (05.20)

 


All songs with courtesy of permission of TheSufi.com.

 

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