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Munshi Raziuddin (Kalam-e-Hafez) - ba har sou jalwa-e-dildaar deedam - Part 1

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Poet: Hafiz Sherazi

Qawwal: Mushi Raziuddin and party



Lyrics

Ba har soo jalwa e dil daar deedam

ba har cheez jamal e yaar deedam



Na deedam heich shay ra az wai'

pur az wai' kooca o bazaar deedam



choo khudra bingaram deedam hamoon ast

jamal-e-khud jamal-e-yaar deedam



Namaz e zahidaan mehrab o minbar

namaz e aashqaan bar daar deedam



Jo yak jurra az ghaib raseedam Hafiz

hama aqal o khird bekaar deedam



بہ ہر سو جلوہ دلدار دیدم

بہ ہر چیز جمال یار دیدم



I tried my best to find this ghazal from Divan-e-hafez,but of no vain...i ve asked from some friends who can help me to find the source of this ghazal..as i got any info, i ll update here..because of non availablity of correct lyrics i couldnt provide translation of complete ghazal..ll be thankful if someone can help me regarding lyrics or source of this ghazal..



anyone who knows a little about Qawalli knows very well that Mushi Razi uddin is best qawwal of all times and this Qawali proves it too :)

Munshi Raziuddin Ahmed Khan (1912 - 2003) was a renowned Pakistani Qawwal and classical musician in India and Pakistan and a researcher of music. He belongs to the best-known gharana of Qawwali, Qawwal Bachchon Ka Gharana of Delhi. Initially, he performed in the court of the Nizam of Hyderabad. However, after the fall of Hyderabad, he moved to Pakistan. In 1956, he formed Munshi Raziuddin, Manzoor Niazi & Brothers, along with his cousins, Bahauddin Qawwal and Manzoor Niazi. This ensemble lasted until 1966. After 1966, Munshi Raziuddin turned to solo work, forming his own Qawwali party, and was successful until his death. Munshi Raziuddin was succeeded by his sons, Fareed Ayaz and Abu Muhammad, who perform as Fareed Ayaz Qawwal.