main tenu samjhawan ki lyrics

main tenu samjhawan ki lyrics

Nahi jeena tere baaju
Nahi jeena, nahi jeena
Nahi jeena tere baaju
Nahi jeena, nahi jeena (x2)
(tere baaju: without you)

Main tenu samjhawan ki
Na tere bina lagda jee
Main tenu samjhawan ki
Na tere bina lagda jee
Tu ki jaane pyaar mera
Main karoon intezar tera
Tu dil tui-yon jaan meri

Main tenu samjhava ki
Na tere bina lagda jee
Tu ki jaane pyaar mera
Main karoon intezar tera
Tu dil tui yon jaan meri
Main tenu samjhawa ki
Na tere bina lagda jee

Mere dil ne chun laiyaa ne
Tere dil diyaan raahan
Tu jo mere naal tu rehta
Turpe meriyaan saaha
Jeena mera.. hoye
Hun hai tera, ki main karaan
Tu kar aitbaar mera
Main karoon intezar tera
Tu dil tui-yon jaan meri
Main tenu samjhawan kee
Na tere bina lagda jee

Ve changa nahion keeta beeba
Ve changa nahion keeta beeba
Dil mera tod ke
Ve bada pachhtaiyaan akhaan
Ve bada pachhtaiyaan akhaan
Naal tere jod ke

Tenu chadd ke kitthe jawan
Tu mera parchhanvaa
Tere mukhde vich hi main taan
Rab nu apne pawaan
Meri duaa.. haaye
Sajda tera kardi sadaa
Tu sun iqraar mera
Main karoon intezar tera
Tu dil tui-yon jaan meri

Main tainu samjhawan ki
Na tere bina lagda jee

Rahat Fateh Ali Khan

Rahat Fateh Ali Kahn was born in Sialkot, Punjab, Pakistan. He began his music career performing live at weddings and religious ceremonies. His father, Ghulam Haider Khan, was a musician himself and taught Rahat how to play sitar. In 1982 he moved to Lahore, where he studied classical music under Pandit Omkar Nath Sharma.

In 1986 he performed at the World Music Festival in Montreux, Switzerland, and won the Golden Wreath Award for best newcomer. A few months later he joined the band of Pakistani pop singer Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.

He went on to record several albums with him including the Grammy nominated Kuch Kar Dikhayengi (1988), which sold over 10 million copies worldwide.

Khan has been awarded numerous awards including the Pride of Performance, Sitara-e-Imtiaz, Hilal-e-Imtiat, Tamgha-e-Imtiazi, and Pride of Performance.

In June 2007, he was conferred the Nishan-e-Imtiyaz, one of the highest civilian honours in Pakistan.

In 2012, he received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Lux Style Awards.

On 9 December 1974, he married Indian film actress Shabana Azmi. They have three children together; Rizwan, Zainab and Iqra.

Early life

Rahat was born into a Pakistani family of qawwals and classical musicians. His grandfather, Farrukh Fateh, was one of the most famous qawwalis of Pakistan. He learned the art of qawwali from his grandfather and became a renowned performer himself. His father, Fateh Ali Khan, was a well known playback singer and musician. Rahat began learning music from a very early age; at the age of three, he was often seen playing along with his uncle and father while they sang and played instruments. At the age of five, Rahat was given lessons by his uncle Nusrate Fateh Ali Khan, who taught him how to sing ghazals. Rahat later studied under Shaukat Hussain Rizvi, a prominent vocalist and composer. In 1989, he won the National Music Award for Best Male Vocal Performance for his rendition of “Jinhe Deewana”.

Career

Rahat Fateh Ali Khan was born in Mumbai to Pakistani parents. His father, Saleem Khan, was a classical musician and his mother, Shabnam, played piano. At the age of five, Rahat began studying tabla under Pandit Ravi Shankar. He learned both Indian and Western instruments, including violin, guitar, harmonium, keyboard, saxophone, drums and flute. He also studied English, Hindi and Urdu languages.

At the age of ten, Rahat joined the famous Qawwali Group, composed of his uncle Faraz Anwar and his cousin Amjad Sabri. They perform a blend of Sufi and Hindustani musical styles. Their style is known as Qawwali, which translates as “spiritual singing.”

In 2002, Rahat moved to London where he continued to pursue his career as a vocalist and composer. He sang lead vocals on the track “Mann Ki Laga”, which was written by lyricist Javed Akhtar and sung by Kailash Kher. This song won him critical acclaim for his voice and composition.

He recorded his debut studio album,, in 2003. The album features collaborations with artists such as A.R. Rahman, Hans Zimmer, and Lata Mangeshkar. The album was nominated for Best Pop Album at the 2004 Grammy Awards.

His second album,, was released in 2005. The album includes collaborations with musicians like John Legend, Alisha Chinai, and Harshdeep Kaur.

The third album,,, was released in 2007. The album contains duets with singers like Neha Kakkar, Sunidhi Chauhan, and Preetika Rao. The album was certified gold in India.

Rahat collaborated with another artist, Vishal Dadlani, on the song “Kuch Toh Log Kahenge”, which appears on the soundtrack of the 2008 film,. The song was nominated for Song Of The Year at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards South Africa.

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