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Ustad Ghulam Fariduddin Ayaz Al-Hussaini Qawwal  is a Pakistani qawwal.He belongs to the Qawwal Bachchon Ka Gharana of Delhi. He and his relatives are the flag-bearers of that school of music which is also known by the name of the city as the Delhi Gharana. He performs various genres of Hindustani classical music such as dhrupad, khayal, tarana, thumri, and dadra.

Ayaz leads the qawwal party with his younger brother, Ustad Abu Muhammad
Fareed Ayaz & Abu Muhammad Qawwal Brothers are popular for their Sufi performances. They are considered the most popular Qawwal party in Pakistan and one of the only few left. They have performed in the United Kingdom, United States, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Austria, India, Kenya, Nepal, Zimbabwe, Bangladesh, Croatia, Turkey, Morocco, Greece, Egypt, Bulgaria, Tunisia, Belgium, Iran, Oman, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Romania, Mauritius, Hong Kong and South Africa by Bazme Chirag e Faqir Chishti International a non-profit Sufi organization.
They have also performed at Aman ki Asha, organised by Times of India and Pakistan's Jang Group. Please join us for their mesmerizing performance! 





Atif Aslam (Muhammad Atif Aslam) is a Pakistani pop singer and film actor, and makes cameo appearances in Bollywood films. His debut as an actor was in the 2011 film Pakistani movie Bol.
Atif was born into a Muslim family in Wazirabad, Pakistan. He began his education in kindergarten at Kimberley Hall School, Larkana. In 1991 he moved to Rawalpindi where he continued his studies in St. Paul's Cambridge School, Satellite Town, Rawalpindi. Atif returned to Lahore in 1995 where he continued his studies in Divisional Public School, Lahore. He continued onwards to his FSC in Punjab College where he graduated with a Bachelor's degree. He married his long-time girlfriend, educationist Sara Bharwana, in Lahore on 30 March 2013. Atif attended high School at PAF College, Lahore, where he played Cricket and became interested in music. Working together, the pair recorded the song Aadat. It became popular on a host of promotional Pakistani music websites. The music video for Aadat was shot one day in a warehouse in Karachi. On the basis of the popularity of this song, β€œJal” began their tour of Pakistan. However, while on tour, personal problems between Atif and Gohar led to a verbal bust-up resulting in an unannounced and indefinite hiatus, during which Atif launched his solo career. Gohar continued under the band's name "Jal".