The Voice of Pakistan – Ghulam Ali: The Golden Voice of Pakistan

The Voice of Pakistan – Ghulam Ali: The Golden Voice of Pakistan

Ghulam Ali is another spectacular ghazal singer from the country Pakistan. Ghulam Ali’s was originally born in the city Sialkot in the year 1940. He acquired the early practice and training of classical music from his father who was also a famous singer and a sarangi player. At the tender age of 15, Ghulam Ali became a proposed student of Bade Ghulam Ali Khan; the popular name in classical music. Although, Ghulam Ali was guided by the brothers of Bade Ghulam Khan, Mubarak Ali, Barkat Ali Khan and Aamanat Ali Khan who familiarized him with the delicate points of classical music. The career of Ghulam Ali was initiated in the year 1960 from Radio Pakistan.

Another personality to influence Ghulam (Singer) Ali and to make his style unparalleled and straight was the poet Sufi Sahib. Sufi Sahib made him the aesthetics of poetry and also told him how to deliver and convey the words without sacrificing the beauty of the poem.

Ghulam blends several raags when composing his poems and ghazals. His unique style of singing along with his distinctive compositions has made his ghazals unforgettable and immortal.

Ghulam equally famous in the country India and his ghazal “chupke chupke raat din” was involved in a film. Ghulam Ali has sung various Punjabi songs as well and has also sung ghazals in the language of Nepali. Ghulam Ali has owns more than fifty cassettes to his credit and various leading recording industries have published and released his albums. Ghulam Ali always sings at live concerts all over the globe.



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