Category: Arts

The arts is a vast subdivision of culture, composed of many creative endeavors and disciplines. It is a broader term than “art”, which as a description of a field usually means only the visual arts. The arts encompass the visual arts, the literary arts and the performing arts – music, theatre, dance and film, among others. This list is by no means comprehensive, but only meant to introduce the concept of the arts. For all intents and purposes, the history of the arts begins with the history of art. The arts might have origins in early human evolutionary prehistory.

Shah Jahan Mosque

Shahjahan Masjid information board

The Shah Jahan Mosque is located in Thatta, Sindh province, Pakistan. It was built during the reign of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan. He made it as a gift for the kind and warm hospitality of the people of Thatta. It is unique in this way that it contains no minarets but has a total of a staggering, 100 domes, the highest for any structure in Pakistan. Unlike other Mughal-era structures, it also does not contain pink sandstone. It was made using materials from areas of Sunday such as Hala (where the bricks were imported from).

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Umm e Habiba

Umm e Habiba is a veteran Pakistani female Naat khuwan famous in the subcontinent and beyond due to his efforts to revive naat in women, he is one of the most versatile naat khuwan in women.

She is classified as Pakistan’s first female Naat Khu’wan. She has been acknowledged throughout the Islamic world for her melodic and spell-binding recitation of Naat Sharif that poetically praises Allah and his beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Her dedication towards Islam and thrilling voice have engaged and inspired audiences all over the world. While she resides in Chicago, Illin

Umm e Habiba

ois, Umme Habiba take a trips throughout the United States and around the world to recite Hamd and Naat to affectionate fans. She visits Pakistan every year to pay honor to her faith and visit her mother country.

She is amongest the pioneer naat khawans who started to express feelings about prophet Hazrat Muhammad SAW. She did Naatkhawani very beautifully. Her some famous naats are :

* Aey noor e mujassim
* Gul as rafat amokhta
* Gull as ru khatta
* Ishq ko hussan kay andaaz sikha loin tu challoin
* Kabbay pay parri jabb pehli nazar
* Madinay ka safar hai aur mein namdida namdida
* Naat Mehboobe-e-Rabe do jahan
* Mustafa Mujtaba Marhaba
* Nabi Nabi Nabi Nabi
* Tum par mein lakh jaan say quraban ya Rasool
* Zinda jab tak rahoin

These are no doubt beautiful naats narrated by umme habiba. According to my personal opinion, She narrated all naats with the best of her simplicity.

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Humaira Channa

Humaira Channa, also known as Humera Channa (born Lahore), is a record 6 Nigar Award winning film playback singer from Pakistan. She has won 3rd most Nigar Awards in history, ranked only after Noor Jehan and Mehnaz. She rose to fame in the early 1990s. She sings in Urdu, Punjabi, Saraiki and Sindhi languages. She has sung over a thousand songs in her career until 2016.

Humaira Channa
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