Some Amazing Ghazals!

Couldn’t figure out who these amazing kids are.

But before that, here’s a quick chat-pat ‘Wedding Bells’ by Rajesh Vaidhya, originally composed by the maestro Chitti Babu. If it doesn’t appear here you’ll find it here.

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Now for the kids:

A melodious song Dil de diya hai from the movie Masti cover by Rahul Jain with some nice Hindi lyrics. If the clip doesn’t appear, go here:

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Tumhe Dil lagi Bhool… a ghazal song written by lyricist Purnam Allahabadi and composed by prominent Sufi singer of Pakistan Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. You’ll also find it here:

Update from here:

…It was almost a year ago that 18-year-old Maithili Thakur, along with her younger brothers Rishav (15) and Ayachi (12), decided to archive the songs they’d heard from their grandmothers on both sides, and their father, a music teacher. Some of these songs were learned in Dharbanga and Uren, both in Bihar. “We wanted people to listen to the beautiful world of Bhojpuri folk, that’s melodious and has wonderful lyrics…” With no special recording equipment, microphones, auto tuners or studio, the three Thakur children sit on their bed in Dwarka, Delhi, with a high-pitched baaja and tabla and sing with gusto… ”

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9 Responses to Some Amazing Ghazals!

  1. vijayaa108 says:

    This girl and her brothers are indeed very very musical! It is a joy to watch their intense love for music! Thanks for sharing.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Chitra says:

    The kids are so good especially the girl
    Hidden talent!
    Thanks for sharing this Raghu

    Liked by 1 person

    • tskraghu says:

      This kid is not entirely unknown, it seems. She figured in a singer’s show and won some awards! Look how effortless she goes up and down! The harmonium was a bit loud, I thought. May be too close to the mike.

      Like

  3. thanks for sharing.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Vidya says:

    Wonderful collections

    Liked by 1 person

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