Iqbal Jogi <br/>[[Sindhi language|Sindhi]]: اقبال جوڳي‎[[Category:Articles containing Sindhi-language text]]

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Iqbal Jogi
Sindhi: اقبال جوڳي
Born1925
Sukkur Sindh, Pakistan
💀Died1987 (aged 62)
Sukkur1987 (aged 62)
💼 Occupation
Pungi player
📆 Years active  1962–1987

Iqbal Jogi (Sindhi:اقبال جوڳي) (b. 1925, d. 1987) was a Pakistani artist and Pungi instrument player from Sindh, Pakistan.[1]

Early life[edit]

According to the encyclopedia Sindhiana by Sindhi Language Authority, Hyderabad, Jogi was born on 1 January 1925 in Khairpur District. Later Jogi migrated to Sukkur Sindh.[2] Iqbal Jogi started his career as a Folk artist in 1962 in a cultural fair (mela) held in the city of Jacobabad, Sindh, Pakistan. Iqbal Jogi also showed his performance in Mirpur Bathoro, Sujawal District with his group on the occasion of a cultural show and proved himself as an extraordinary artist in 1974. He died on 16 April 1987.[3] He always played Murli with his group or party.[4][5] The CD album of Iqbal Jogi and party was released in 1997.[6]

Death[edit]

He died on 16 April 1987.[7]

References[edit]

  1. Inc, CMJ Network (July 1997). CMJ New Music Monthly. CMJ Network, Inc. Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png
  2. "اقبال جوڳي : (Sindhianaسنڌيانا)". www.encyclopediasindhiana.org (in سنڌي). Retrieved 2020-02-04.
  3. www.thekawish.com http://www.thekawish.com/beta//images/2017/April/16-04-2017/Page9/P9-33.htm. Retrieved 2020-02-04. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  4. Inc, CMJ Network (July 1997). CMJ New Music Monthly. CMJ Network, Inc. Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png
  5. Dressler, Markus; Geaves, Ron; Klinkhammer, Gritt (2009-06-02). Sufis in Western Society: Global Networking and Locality. Routledge. ISBN 978-1-134-10574-8. Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png
  6. "Iqbal Jogi & Party - The Passion Of Pakistan". Discogs. Retrieved 2020-02-04.
  7. Pakistan Year Book. East & West Publishing Company. 1995. ISBN 978-969-8017-00-2. Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png


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