When you start
turning off lights
than romantic reasons
when you start
can’t read the menu.
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In the Memory of Padma Bhushan Shri Harivansh Rai Bachchan
Shri Harivansh Rai Bachchan’s writings are considered as great milestones in Hindi literature which needs no introduction. He was a rebellious Indian poet noted for the Nayi Kavita literary movement in early 20th century. He was born in a Hindu Kayastha family, in Allahabad in the United Provinces of Agra and Oudh, in British India. He was also a poet of the Hindi Kavi Sammelan.
In 1976, he was honored with the Padma Bhushan, the third highest award for his contribution to Hindi literature. He had incorporated vocabulary from several languages, including Awadhi, Hindi, and Urdu, which were considered as Hindustani language during that time.
Let’s check of his best poems below,
These evergreen compositions will always remain with us.
Laugh with me 😃😃😃😃
It was a Practical Session in the Psychology Class.
The Professor showed a large cage with a Male Rat in it.
The Rat was in the middle of the cage.
Then, the Professor kept a piece of Cake on one side and kept a Female Rat on the other side.
The Male Rat ran towards the Cake and ate it.
Then, the Professor changed the Cake and replaced it with some Bread.
The Male Rat ran towards the Bread.
This experiment went on with the Professor changing the Food every time.
And, every time, the Male Rat ran towards the Food item and never towards the Female Rat.
Professor said: This experiment shows that Food is the Greatest Strength and attraction.
Then, one of the Students from the back rows said:
“Sir, why don’t you change the Female Rat? This one may be his Wife!”
The Professor stood straight up pointing his finger towards the Student and said “You are a Damn Genius” 😂😂😂
This humorous take curated from the web.
The Sultan of Music: Adnan Sami
Adnan Sami is one of the best & most underrated singers of Bollywood we have ever seen. He is a musician, pianist, and actor who performs Indian as well as western music, mostly in Bollywood movies. His most remarkable musical instrument is the piano. He is considered as the first person to play Indian classical music on the piano in a way he created through the Santoor.
Some of his best songs are –
Born in London to a Pakistani diplomat, Arshad Sami Khan and Naureen from Jammu & Kashmir of North India, Adnan has been titled as “Sultan of Music” by The Times of India.
Adnan is also known for playing over 35 musical instruments.
His first single was in English, Run for his life, recorded for UNICEF and released in 1986. It was ranked No. 1 in the music charts in the Middle East followed by three more No. 1s: Talk To Me, Hot Summer Day and You’re My Best Kept Secret.
With the song Aye Udi Udi in the movie Saathiya (2002), he got an opportunity to work with A. R. Rahman.
In 2000, Adnan joined with Asha Bhosle on the album named Kabhi to Nazar Milao in India. Composed by Adnan, the album became an instant hit and had topped the indie-pop charts in early 2000.
His second album was Tera Chehra, released in October 2002. The album featured Rani Mukerji in the title track and Amitabh Bachchan in another track “Kabhi Nahi”, who also sang the duet with Adnan.
Hope you will like this collection of Adnan Sami’s best songs.
Pakistan’s Highly Acclaimed Singer – Rahat Fateh Ali Khan; Best known for Bollywood Hits
Rahat Fateh Ali Khan (RFAK) is a Pakistani musician predominantly gained renown in performing Qawwali, a devotional melody of the Muslim Sufis. He is a renowned playback singer in Pakistan as well as Indian cinema.
On 9th December 1974, RFAK was born in a Punjabi family of classical singers and Qawwals in Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan. He is the son of Farrukh Fateh Ali Khan, grandson of Fateh Ali Khan and the nephew of legendary Qawwali singer Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.
Since childhood, RFAK was fond of music and often found to be singing with his uncle and father. At the age of seven, he started learning the art of singing Qawwali by his uncle Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. RFAK was just 9 when he performed publicly for the first time at his grandfathers’ death anniversary. At 15, he became an important part of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan’s famous qawwali group and traveled around the UK with his uncle in 1985. Subsequently, he began to present a solo performance at several concerts.
His debut in playback singing in Bollywood began with the song “Mann Ki Lagan” in the movie Paap in 2003. In April 2012, Rahat performed at Wembley Arena and the Manchester Arena at the UK, which created a record of maximum ticket sales to over 20,000 people.
He was the first Pakistani to perform at the Nobel Prize concert in 2014. He had presented an incredible performance on his uncle, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan’s unforgettable qawwali songs including Tumhe Dillagi, Mast Qalandar, and Aao Parhao.
Here we are presenting ten incredible songs of Rahat Fateh Ali khan.
Recently, on 26 June 2019, RFAK was honored with the Doctorate of Music by the University of Oxford.
Top Ten of Atif Aslam
Atif Aslam, a talented young Pakistani playback singer, and actor, known for his vocal modulation technique. Atif predominantly sings in Urdu/ Hindi as well as Punjabi and also sung in Bengali. He has received numerous awards including the Tamgha-e-Imtiaz (2008), the fourth-highest decoration given to civilians in Pakistan.
Atif’s first album Jal Pari was released on 17 July 2004, which was an instant hit. Jal Pari was the “Best Selling Album of the Year” for two consecutive years, 2004 and 2005. His first breakthrough in Bollywood was offered by director Mahesh Bhatt when he took consent from Aslam to include “Woh Lamhey” in his movie, Zeher (2005). After the huge success of Jal Pari, Atif released two more solo albums, Doorie, and Meri Kahani and four songs from the album Doorie were featured in two films.
Here are few amazing collections from Atif Aslam albums.
Best of Shahenshah-e-Qawwali: Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan (1948 -1997), born as Anjum Pervaiz Ali Khan, was a legendary Pakistani singer and musician. His prime forte was Sufi Islamic devotional music, popularly known as Qawwali. He was blessed with an extraordinary range of vocal talents and was capable of performing at a high pitch for several hours. He had introduced the Qawwali form of music to international audiences and gained worldwide fame as the “Shahenshah-e-Qawwali”.
Here are his top ten songs that connect to our soul…
The king of kings of Qawwali was born in Faisalabad in Pakistan 13th October 1948. At the age of 16, Khan appeared publicly for the first time at his father’s chelum.
He had performed in over 40 nations. Apart from Qawwali music, he also had a big tremendous influence on contemporary South Asian popular music, such as Indi-pop, Pakistani pop, and Bollywood music.
In 1987, he received the award of with Pride of Performance for his contribution to Pakistani music from the President of Pakistan.
In 1995, he was awarded the UNESCO Music Prize.
For his exceptional contribution to the art of cinema, he was also honored with the Grand Prix des Amériques at Montreal World Film Festival in 1996.
He also received the Arts and Culture Prize of the Fukuoka Asian Culture Prizes.
In Japan, he was also known as the Budai or “Singing Buddha”.
As of 2001, he held the Guinness World Record for the “Most Qawwali Recordings”, having recorded over 125 Qawwali albums before his demise.
He was given the title of Ustad (the master) post his performance in classical music at a function in Lahore on the anniversary of his father’s death.
Many people say that ‘The King of Pop’ Michael Jackson (MJ), himself had expressed his wish to perform with ‘The Shahenshah-e-Qawwali’, Nusrat Fateh Ali Kha.
Click here to check Top 10 MJ Hits… https://www.newsviewsnetwork.com/humor-quotes-and-poems/lets-tune-into-top-ten-michael-jackson-hits/
Best of Ghazal King: JAGJIT SINGH
Jagjit Singh, popularly known as “King of Ghazals” was blessed with a silken voice, took songs to another level altogether. His magical voice has made all the generation to fall in love with this soulful genre of music, ghazals.
Born as Jagmohan Singh Dhiman (1941 –2011), the Ghazal King sang in many languages and gained popularity all over India. His soulful singing style in films such as Prem Geet (1981), Arth (1982), and Saath Saath (1982), and in TV serials such as Mirza Ghalib (1988) and Kahkashan (1991) was outstanding.
Few of his outstanding performances are:
BALANCE SHEET Of LIFE!
Birth is your
What comes to you is
What goes from you is
Death is your
Your friends are your
Your bad habits are your
Your happiness is your
Your sorrow is your
Your soul is your
Your heart is your
Your character is your
Your knowledge is your
Your age is your
And finally :
GOD IS YOUR AUDITOR!
Have a nice balance sheet of Life!!!
Let’s tune into Top Ten Michael Jackson Hits
The King of Pop, Michael Joseph Jackson (1958-2009) was a multitalented artist and one of the greatest performers that ever existed. His incredible love for music accompanied by his breathtaking dance moves have proved that he was one of the greatest entertainers of the world. Though each of his music is a masterpiece, here we have tried to present a few of his top performances.
“Man in the Mirror” (1988)
Man in the Mirror was written by Siedah Garrett and music by Glen Ballard, and produced by Jackson and Quincy Jones. The song was released as the fourth single from his seventh solo album, Bad (1987) and later peaked at number 1 in the United States. It was also nominated for ‘Record of the Year’ at the Grammy Awards.
“Rock with You” (1979)
The song was written by Rod Temperton, produced by Quincy Jones and released Epic Records on November 3, 1979. It was the second single from MJ’s fifth solo studio album Off the Wall (1979). The song was the third number-one hit of the 1980s.
“The Way You Make Me Feel” (1987)
The song was released by Epic Records on November 9, 1987. It was the third single from MJ’s seventh studio album, Bad (1987). This was composed and written and by MJ and co-produced by Jackson and Quincy Jones. The song was the third consecutive single to enter the Billboard Hot 100 record chart within the top ten and twenty internationally.
“Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough” (1979)
“Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough” was written and recorded by MJ himself. It was released by Epic Records on July 28, 1979. This was the first track on MJ’s fifth studio album Off the Wall (1979). Also, it was the first solo recording over which Jackson had creative control.
MJ’s Bad was released by Epic Records on September 7, 1987, as the second single from his third major-label and a seventh studio album of the same name. It was written and composed by MJ himself, and produced by Quincy Jones and Jackson. As per MJ’s statement the song was inspired by a real-life story of a young man who tried to escape poverty by attending private school but ended up being killed when he returned home.
“Smooth Criminal” (1987)
Smooth Criminal is one of JM’s signature songs and was performed on all most all his solo trips. The music piece along with its fast beat features about a woman who has been attacked in her apartment by a “smooth criminal”. The song is from MJ’s seventh studio album Bad (1987) and was written and composed by MJ himself and produced by Jackson and Quincy Jones.
“Black or White” (1991)
This song was released on November 11, 1991, by Epic Records. It was the first single from MJ’s eighth studio album, Dangerous. He had co-written, composed and produced it with Bill Bottrell. The music video had made history when 500 million pitched in for its television premiere.
Thriller is the 6th studio album by MJ, released on November 30, 1982, in the United States by Epic Records and internationally by CBS Records. Thriller was the world’s best-selling album with an estimated selling count of 66 million copies. In 1984, Thriller won eight Grammy Awards including Album of the Year.
“Beat It” (1983)
“Billie Jean” (1983)
Billie Jean was released by Epic Records on January 2, 1983, as the second single from MJ’s sixth studio album, Thriller (1982). The song was written and composed by MJ himself and produced by MJ and Quincy Jones. The song introduced a more paranoid lyrical style for MJ, a trademark of his later music. The lyrics describe a woman, Billie Jean, who claims that the narrator is the father of her newborn son, which he denies. MJ had stated that the lyrics were based on groupies’ claims about his older brothers when he toured with them as the Jackson 5.
In hospital, a patient was advised immediate bypass surgery.
The nervous patient agreed and underwent all the pre-operation tests. The 💰cost of which was very high.
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