Sufi music is one of the most loved genres of music. It is inspired by the works of Sufi poets like Rumi, Hafiz, Bulleh Shah, Amir Khusrow and Khwaja Ghulam Farid.
SAREGAMA with its penchant for producing the most memorable music over the years is proud to present Saregama Sufi Festival in association with the World Sufi Spirit Festival (WSSF) capturing the essence of Sufi in its most natural avatar. WSSF is a one of a kind festival enjoying patronage from Sufi lovers from all over the world.
A legacy carried over for over a 100 years, SAREGAMA, has become synonymous with quality music. It is only natural that we continue to offer music lovers the best there is and hence Saregama now brings the best of Sufi music to the masses. In keeping with this tradition, we have collated an eclectic collection of Sufi Music with rare songs from legendary artists and stimulating performances from contemporary national & international artists giving the collection an enviable range that no one else can lay claim to.
According to Mr. Vikram Mehra, MD, SAREGAMA,
“Saregama owns an exclusive repertoire of Sufi music from maestros like Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Abida Parveen, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Ustad Shujaat Khan, Wadali Brothers, Javed Bashir, Kavita Seth just to name a few. The Saregama Sufi festival is our gift to the connoisseurs of Sufi music. It is a multi-platform initiative offering an absolute aural treat in high fidelity to music lovers at the click of a single button. You can now download the best of Sufi Music on www.saregama.com or watch the videos at the Saregama Sufi channel on Youtube”
Saregama’s Sufi repertoire contains rare albums and exclusive collections from artistes like Abida Parveen, Shankar Shambhu, Ghulam Ali etc. This exclusive collection of music on www.saregama.com along with the videos on www.youtube.com/saregamasufi gives the audience a Sufi music bonanza, with every form of Sufi music being on display. It is through music that one can feel, introspect and express depth like none other, in this case, a balance between fulfilment and a yearning for the beloved, as declaimed by the Sufi poets.