and Bio-data of Participants
Music in Islam
Though music said to be forbidden in Islamic traditions and customs are reverberating with lilting melodies. The recitation of
Salam, Marsia, Naat, Hamd and Manquébat are in accordance with Indian classical music traditions, having a definite“Rag” a well defined rythem and constant “Layakari”. The quawwali is the extreme form of evolution of music in Muslims supported by well defined poetry and musicality in its rendering. The present paper brings to surface all these intricacies with intimate details.
SAHID MEER KHAN Vice Principal, Government P.G. College, Barmer(Rajasthan); actively associated with Doordarshan, E.TV., AIR stations; attended several Seminars and Workshops; recipient of state level awards given by M.P. and Rajasthan Urdu Academies for Urdu poetry writing; as a prolific writer he has written several articles and books on Indian music and poetry, some of his published books are
Mausam Zard Gulabon Ka (collection of Ghazals, Nazam, Doha and
Geet); Kalpviraksha (in Hindi).
Govt. P.G. Degree College
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