The 10 Greatest Pakistani Female Singers of All Time

The 10 Greatest Pakistani Female Singers of All Time

India is a group of many different countries. These countries are very different from each other. However, the Indian subcontinent, overall, shares a common culture, and the uniformity in the middle of diversity. The songs, the music and songs of the most important components of culture. India and Pakistan, which is why the definition of singers from each other, share a history of the music and style. Pakistan, and mystic, ghazal, qawwali, classical, and many different folk forms, to name but a patron of several types of music, has the some of the greatest singers, and many of them are women. The greatest female singers of Pakistan, India and are a fan of their own country with their unique voices to read about anything but mellow.
1. Malika Pukhraj (1912 – 2004)

Malika Pukhraj – one of the great Pakistani female singers.
Received training in Britain was born in Jammu in India, Ustad Ali Baksh Kasuri Malika, Ustad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan’s music, and spent nine years as a court singer Maharaja Hari Singh in court. After he was in Pakistan, he was in India, won a reputation through his radio performances. He is still considered the queen, whose renditions of folk songs and unprecedented ghazal. “Lo Phir Aaya Basant ‘and’ my murderer some of the songs, my beloved, famous songs.
2. Noor Jehan (September 21, 1926 – December 23, 2000)

Noor Jehan – amongst the greatest Pakistani female singers.
Allah Wasai of composers born in British India, Punjab in a family, he had a keen interest in pursuing a career in acting, and the glory of Pakistani films with her beauty and talent. This kind of traditional folk, theater, Indian classical music, a style stepped into the world of music with training and expertise in a wide range, there was nobody around after himself Queen E Tarannum as they won the title. Are hummed the fond memories that are free from Hamari Sanson Mein ‘and’ Chandi Raatein of Sab Jag Soye ‘today.
3. Zubaida Khanum (1935 – 19 October, 2013)

The former is known as the best singer in Urdu and Punjabi melody. British born in Amritsar in India, they start living in Pakistan after Pakistan’s partition from India and lived there. With no formal training in music, they still have a career in a bright still gold to commemorate that “I love the Mein ‘and’ Ek Pakistan’s film industry for a decade about how to Birhan Baithe ‘ , during which period 50 and 60 in the Pakistani cinema managed to record songs, 250 songs.
4. Farida Khanum (1935 – present)

Born and raised in Calcutta in Amritsar, Farida, her sister received an education, music Mukhtar Begum, teacher Ashiq Ali Khan. Migrated to Pakistan in 1947 after he performed at a public concert in 1950, and his career took off. He has become a huge singing sensation due to its performance on the radio. He is known as the famous Malika E-Ghazal. The famous song, is associated with ‘Jaan Ki Zid of today’s Na Karo.’
5. Musarrat Nazir (13 October, 1940 – present)

Is a multi-talented actor awesomeness. They make music at a very early age, and began to sing for Radio Pakistan. During her singing career, she began acting at the Film Director, Kalam offered Anwar Pasha. But his main passion was singing and solo, which most married folk singing. He is well-known for the songs, the most ‘Baharon Mein’ and songs like e-Moon “from Mera Laung Gawaacha. ‘
6. Reshma (1947 – 3 November, 2013) 

Born in a throaty voice and the melodious sounds that reverberates up well, Bikaner, Rajasthan, with each song, and soon after the partition of India, Banjara went to Lahore with his family. A song of his childhood was spent in Mystic Sindhi Saints mazars or shrines. A Punjabi folk singer, he is not only celebrated in Pakistan but also in India, and has been used extensively in the singing Bollywood. In fact, he’s probably the most respected folk singer. “Hai O Rabba of the Naiyo Lagda, ‘despite Ankhiyan is beyond any Rehen D” and “Lambi Judai’ borders and non-traditional sounds, it is a household name.
7. Abida Parveen (1954 – present)

Born in Karachi in Pakistan, Abida prepared at a very early age spirituality and the music later, and his father, a teacher trained Haider, and then, Ustad Salamat Ali Khan. He was a professional singer in 1973 at shrines and Urs, she stepped into the world of music as the first sand. He is one of the pioneering Sufi, Ghazals and sings, and quite her style. They often Urdu, Sindhi, Punjabi, Seraiki and Persian is known as the queen of Sufi of repertoires, and soulful to Pakistan, husky voice more from Yaar Ko Humne’s ‘and’ Tere like singing, Ishq Nachaya in India’s love for songs. ‘
8. Mehnaz Begum (1958 – 19 January, 2013)

Mehnaz sang for a wide variety of styles, but they are the ghazal, thumri, Dadra, care and well-known as a singer specializing in Drupad. However, his talent is not enough just to sing. He also specializes in poetry and prose Marsiya, Noha and recite the greeting forms. He also took lessons in the arts, and master piece “does its best work.
9. Tahira Syed (1958 – present)

Tahira Malika Pukhraj, it too was taught music by his mother, who happened to be. Indeed, Tahira had music in his blood, and she soon became a famous folk singer as a post in the Pakistani media of radio and television for the collection, Urdu hill folk categories in Punjabi. Man some of the young Hou to Abhi ‘and’ Chanjar of Phabdi Na gained popularity that number.
10. Salma Agha (1956 – present)

Pakistani origin, one of the most acclaimed singers, Salma, was born in Britain, and he, Urdu win the award, which was songs by Abba ABBA and work in the music industry with the album, the Aga started. Salma is for her unique voice and style of music, praise Pakistan as well as India. He now has won awards, and never far from the advent of Indian contemporary music, they like Bappi’s Lahiri, Laxmikant-Pyarelal and more musicians, some in India such as many have been employed. We have won the hearts of millions of songs, Jhoom Jhoom Baba ‘from Aansuon Mein Dil Ke Armaan’s. British singer in both India and Pakistan, has worked in films, and is probably the most well-known contemporary artists of Pakistani origin.

Pakistan has, time again, proved to be a treasure trove of musical talent, and regardless of the origin of the artist, the talent nurtured. This way, mentioned above some of the best names in music, and much more, Iqbal Bano, Munni Begum’s, Nayyara Noor in, Nazia Hassan, Tina Sani, Shazia Manzoor, like Shabnam Majeed, Hadiqa Kiyani and much more is celebrated throughout India as they are associated with the country.

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