Remembering the maestros musician, Master Abdullah

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It has been 17 years; the soul-tickling musician left us on January 31, 1994, leaving behind an ocean of sensational words and melodious voice that still linger in our ears and amuse our heart and soul.

Years ago, Hazrat Inayat Khan, founder of the Sufi order in the west, said: ‘Our mind and our body, the nature in which we live, the nature that has made us, all that is beneath and around us, it is all music. We are close to all this music, and live and move and have our being in music.

The above phrase holds too true to the soothing music of master Abdullah, who has been a golden voice behind legendary Pakistani movies. Master Abdullah debuted in Anwar Kamal Pasha’s 1962 film ‘Sooraj Mukhi’ with his ‘O moray goray goray Raja’.

Even after 17 years of his death, young Pakistani singers are remixing his words into modern tunes such as Sajjad Ali’s ‘Tere Yaad Satandi’ and many more. Our admiration and gratitude are endless for Master Abdullah was truly the guiding light of our lives, rather so many lives.

His fans will always cherish the memory of master Abdullah, May God bless his soul!

 

It has been 17 years; the soul-tickling musician left us on January 31, 1994, leaving behind an ocean of sensational words and melodious voice that still linger in our ears and amuse our heart and soul.

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