22nd death anniversary of Aziz Mian Qawwal Observed Today

Aziz Mian Qawwal

NewsToday: Aziz Mian Qawwal, a presidential award winner, has been separated from his supporters for the past 22 years.

Even now, the Qawwals of Aziz Mian, inebriated in intoxication, your face, and God only knows who is human, inspire listeners.

In acknowledgment of his musical accomplishments, the Government of Pakistan bestowed various prizes on the distinguished Qawal, including the Pride of Performance. Aziz Mian was born in the Indian city of Delhi on April 17, 1942. They are regarded as some of Pakistan's most popular Qawwals.

Abdul Aziz, a loud and powerful voice owner, was Aziz Mian's original name. "Mian" was his slogan, which he frequently utilized in his Qawwalis and eventually became part of his name.

In 1989, the Pakistani government bestowed upon him the Presidential Award for Excellence. Aziz Mian died of jaundice on December 6, 2000 in Tehran, but his qawwali live on in the hearts of his fans.

Sabahat Abid


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