Late Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan the most influential artist’s 74th birthday anniversary was observed. He is universally recognized as the greatest voice in musical history. He was the one to blend eastern and western music.
The awaaz day kahan hai singer was born as Allah Rakhi in 1926 a religious family to Madad Ali and Fateh Bibi in Kasur. Who knew she will rule our hearts forever? They were thirteen siblings, six sisters, and seven brothers.
A “tribute to beloved actor Rasheed Naz”, the movie has been produced by Dr Irfan Ashraf. The film’s cast also includes Humayoun Ashraf, Adnan Shah Tipu, Taqi Ahmed, Saleem Meraj, Areej Chaudhary, Faraz Marri, Jamal Gilani, Pakiza Khan and Anya Hassan.
Elizabeth Alexandra Mary known as Queen Elizabeth II ascended the throne in 1952 at the age of 26 when her father died. She had seen the world changing in different eras. She was homeschooled but had knowledge of foreign affairs, religion, constitutional history, and law. She also drove as a mechanic for the women’s Auxiliary Territorial Service during World War II.
He joined the Air force in 1956 and was posted in Sargodha during the 1965 war. He was one of the best and the finest fighter pilot in the history of the Pakistan Air force. His name is listed in the Hall of Fame in PAF Museum Karachi.
To commemorate this day, the celebrations started off with special prayers in mosques after fajr. A change of guards ceremony took place at the Mazar-e-Quaid in Karachi and the guards of Pakistan Air Force’s Asghar Khan Academy assumed charge at the mausoleum.
Shahanshah -e- Qawwali or the Qawwali Maestro from subcontinent Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan has been the key member to bring Qawwali to the world. Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan’s legacy has enraptured millions across the globe with his magnificent and haunting voice. On his 25th anniversary, Neemopani pays a tribute to his services in music.
Where Quaid-e-Azam and Allama Iqbal were mostly highlighted in our history books, very small section focuses on the struggles of women. Individuals who gave their life to Pakistan. One such woman is Fatima Jinnah also titled Madr-e-Millat.
Today, the land we call our homeland or motherland is owed greatly to the ones who sacrificed themselves during independence. In this article we pay tribute to all those people, who despite all the odds, fought for freedom and played an equal role in the creation of Pakistan.
The haveli was converted to Fatima Jinnah Women University who later turned over the administration and upkeep of the historic haveli to the National College of Arts for a three-year period. An agreement has ben signed to promote traditional arts by turning a part of it into a museum and learning centre for students.