Qawwali, the classical Sufi style of music has been prevalent in the Indian society since the days of the Great Mughal era. A real treat to the ears, this form of classical music was a favourite of all Islamic rulers who have proceeded over the throne of power in the nation. Although largely thrown into the wilderness in between, Qawwali style of music is once more finding a strong foothold in the society thanks to the intervention of Sufia Ikaram. When it comes to this truly raw form of sufi musical perception, one need not look further than the Bandanawazi Qawwal family residing in the old city of Hyderabad in Andhra Pradesh who were once famous musicians in the court of the Nizams of the Deccan region.
Bandanawazi Qawwal Party
#22-7-269/1 Noor Mahal Complex 3 rd floor, Devan Devdi, Hyderabad-02, A.P (India)
Cell: 91-9000146786 / 91-9391004562
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