Posted on July 30, 2006
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30 responses to “Madam!”

  1. WK Rashid says:

    In a recent interview, Ali Azmat, the greatest rock artist of Pakistan, was asked about his favourite singer. It was interesting to see that he mentioned Noor Jehan above all. Malika Taranun (Queen of Melody), as she was known as, remains the only powerhouse vocalist of previous generation, a crown that is held by maestros such Ali Azmat and Meesha Shafi now.

    Download some exceptional tracks by Noor Jehan, including Har Lahza Momin Ki and Shikwa [both Kalam-e-Iqbal] below to admire the genius of ‘Madam’ at https://www.thesufi.com/sufimusic/noor-jehan.html

  2. Islamic Art says:

    Noor Jehan is was a legend and her services for Pakistan are unmatchable how she devoted herself in the times of war…

  3. Urdu Poetry says:

    Noor Jehan is was a legend and her services for Pakistan are unmatchable how she devoted herself in the times of war…

  4. […] Saira Wasim is a prominent Pakistani miniaturist. I found a link to her website hidden in my unread emails. Some of her recent paintings are terrific. The image below is borrowed from here. It is dedicated to Queen of Meldoy, Noor Jehan. […]

  5. Rafay Kashmiri says:

    of course Mdame’s later songs in late 70s 80s some punjabi songs were like “mar sharappa ” style as voilant punjabi music,
    directors becoming “Baanjh” in novelties, but then just look at the punjabi films at that time, just load of crap with kg of blood
    Gundasas, Barkans, which many ministers and their hali mawalis imitate even today. Noor Jehans voice was dragged into commercialism and money making.