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Pahadi - Part 2
Pahadi Love Affair Continues…

Our Pahadi love affair continues. Luckily, in music we can have multiple love
affairs at the same time! So while our Pahadi affair goes on, we can flirt with
Khamaj via an outstanding Thumari, or with Kafi via a Tappa… It is not just
OK, but encouraged (don’t try this outside of music!).

Pahadi can be called a light version of Bhoop, just like relationship between
Maand and Khamaj, or Bhajani Theka and Zaptaal.

We begin with evergreen Dulari song, Suhani Raat Dhal Chuki by Naushad.
After a traversing through Rajesh Roshan and Roshan himself, we will listen
to an outstanding song by Naashad. Yes, not Naushad, but Naashad Ali
Shoukat.
बेदर्द मुहब्बत का इतना सा है अफ़साना,
नज़रों से मिली नज़रें, मैं हो गया दीवाना,  
अब दिल के बहलने की, तदबीर नहीं बनती,
तसवीर बनाता हूँ, तसवीर नहीं बनती
Sung by velvet-voice Talat Mahmouod from film Baradari, penned by
Khumar Barabandqui.

We continue with relatively unknown music directors, Ravi, Chitragupt and
Ghulam Mohammad. All of them are supremely talented, but relatively
unknown.

The Pahadi love affair ends with two stalwarts. Pandit Kumar Gandharva
singing famous Virat Dnyani, followed by Bade Ghulam Ali Khan Saheb,
singing Hari Om Tatsat. Words describing their music are yet to be invented!
So just enjoy.