Playing the role of Jordan, Kapoor discovers the power of music as Irshad Kamil's moving lyrics and A. Rahman's melodious composition bring about a compelling narrative. From the congested corridors, to a ever hustling market, and the mausoleum - Nizamuddin captures ones imagination with its unselfish and welcoming nature. The mesmerising Qawwali nights held at the Dargah further add to the sincerity and honesty of this magically sacred location. And, I couldn't wait to go. Nearly 8 years later, I finally did go. On a crisp winter January evening with temperatures dropping by the hour I experienced the alluring atmosphere of the Nizamuddin Dargah. The dense ensemble of medieval Islamic buildings in the national capital enamoured the overcrowded pathways. Stalls covered every corner of this already jam-packed corridor. Between the unwavering chatter and clutter, the ever so pleasant tangy aroma of kebabs of all kinds gaulati and shammi to name a few eased out any nerves.
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Qawwali music is an ancient devotional art form that invokes deep remembrance of the Beloved through powerful song and dynamic rhythm. With the blessings of the masters, the ensemble carry the flame of traditional Sufi Qawwali around the world. Qawwali is a passionate devotional practice in which the fire of divine love ishq is ecstatically expressed through the mystical verses of Sufi poets, sung in Urdu, Farsi, Hindi and Punjabi. The origins of qawwali music date back about a thousand years to the first sufi mystics who came to India. Fanna-Fi-Allah have also been blessed to play qawwali in its traditional setting at the honoured tombs of sufi saints in Pakistan and India, where qawwali originates. Check out www. Aminah Chishti Qawwal has been a leading force in the art of traditional qawwali tabla. A student of the great Ustad Dildar Hussain Khan, Aminah was formally initiated by her teacher in She has challenged the cultural confines of women in Pakistan and India not only by performing tabla in an all-male arena, but also by receiving permission to perform at the shrines of Pakistan's greatest sufi saints, where women haven't traditionally been allowed to play. Laali Qalandar has been a key member of Fanna-fi-Allah since
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