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Old Nauhas (Classics) from India

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Kaho ho Sakina.. Hai Sham e ghareeban mei Zainab ka nala

Poet - Janab Mahir Sb Ijtehadi (Khandane Ijtehad)

Anuman Reciting - Abidiya Kazimiya, Lucknow

Place - Kazmain

I would be adding more Nauhas .. And i urge others also to add any Old Heart Rendering Nauhas from Lucknow or any other place in India.. or from any poet of India..

I do not intend any discrimination.. but this is just for collection process.

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Kaho ho Sakina.. Hai Sham e Ghareeban mei Zainab ka nala...

Poet - Janab Mahir Sb Ijtehadi (Khandane Ijtehad)

Anuman Reciting - Abidiya Kazimiya, Lucknow

Place - Kazmain

I would be adding more Nauhas .. And i urge others also to add any Old Heart Rendering Nauhas from Lucknow or any other place in India.. or from any poet of India..

I do not intend any discrimination.. but this is just for collection process...

Mere Nashad Jawan.. Ran mei khaime se chali aati hai Banu ki fughan..

Anjuman Guldastae Aza (Jais - Raebareli, India) reciting Nauha -

Nauha by Syed Aulad Hussain 'Shayar' Naseerabadi

Sahabe Bayaz - Wafa Bhai

Location - Jais, India on 9th Muharram

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