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Sarmad Sindhi

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Sarmad Sindhi (7 July 1961 – 27 December 1996) (Sindhi: سرمد سنڌي) (Urdu:سرمد سندهی), additionally known as Rehman Mughal, popularly known as Sarmad Sindhi was a Sindhi folk singer, song writer of Sindhi language.[1][2][3]

Sarmad Sindhi
Native name
Sindhi: سرمد سنڌي
Birth nameAbdul Rehman Mughal عبدالرحمن مغل
Born7 July 1961
Piryaloi Mirpurkhas District, Sindh, Pakistan
OriginSindhi
Died27 December 1996(1996-12-27) (aged 35)
GenresFolk music, Sindhi
Occupation(s)Folk singer, playback singer
Years active1978 – 1996
Associated actsAll sindhi music productions

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He sang all kinds of folk songs including his very popular song ‘Tuhiji yaad Ji wari aa weer’, which became an anthem of his generation.[1][4]

Singing career[edit]

Sarmad Sindhi's lyrics focused on the problems faced by the people living in the province such as ‘"Sindh uchi aa, Sindhi uchi aa"’ (Sindh is great).[1][5]

Maroo loli and Tuhinji Yaad ji wari aa weer[1] were his first songs which were aired from Radio Pakistan, Hyderabad. Some of his songs are in Saraiki language as well.[6]

Death and legacy[edit]

Sarmad Sindhi was returning from Badin, Sindh to Karachi, when his vehicle collided with a truck trolley in which he along with his friends were badly injured. While he was being taken to a hospital, he died on the way on 27 December 1996.[1][2][3][5]

Sindhi Adabi Sangat (Sindhi Writers' Association) held an event on his death anniversary in 2017 at a local town Piryaloi, Khairpur District to pay tributes to him where many literary figures including poet Sajjad Mirani, Roshan Shaikh and Saeed Sindhi addressed this event. On this occasion, speakers mentioned his social work in the local community besides being a singer where he was also known as a social worker who supported a number of needy families and children's education.[2]

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Zuhaib Shar (29 December 2018). "Sarmad Sindhi (profile)". Dawn (newspaper). Retrieved 7 December 2020.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Singer Sarmad Sindhi remembered Dawn (newspaper), Published 28 December 2017, Retrieved 7 December 2020
  3. 3.0 3.1 Death Anniversary of Singer Rehman Mughal (Sarmad Sindhi) (videoclip also features a tribute to him in Sindhi language) Radio Pakistan website, Published 26 December 2019, Retrieved 7 December 2020
  4. "'Sarmad Sindhi' set to hit screens on". gaana.com. Retrieved 21 December 2020.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Profile of Sarmad Sindhi on SindhiAwaz website Retrieved 7 December 2020
  6. Profile of Sarmad Sindhi on Pak101.com website Retrieved 7 December 2020

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