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Oxford University honored Relief Fateh Ali Khan for contributing to music

Dayadra Mandal,Kolkata;



Pakistani playback and Qawwali singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Oxford University has given the title of Doctor of Music for his outstanding contributions to Bollywood and Hollywood music. Relief has given mo…






Dayadra Mandal,Kolkata;



Pakistani playback and Qawwali singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Oxford University has given the title of Doctor of Music for his outstanding contributions to Bollywood and Hollywood music. Relief has given more than 50 TV serials and more than 100 films. His praise was mentioned in that he was born in a family that continued to work on advancing the South Asian music tradition. He started training at the age of 7 and has so far released more than 50 music albums. He has performed in many high profile concerts around the world and has a global follow-up on him. One billion viewings have come online so far on his songs.

Talking about relief, Relief said that being entitled to this honor is really a great achievement and I am happy that because of the music, I have been successful. According to reports, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan will also perform in Oxford Town Hall. Before this, Oxford University named the music hall after their name in honor of relief. Oxford University honors 8 people apart from relief

Earlier, Oxford University had said about Relief Fateh Ali Khan that he is a Pakistani singer who has mastered the holy music of Qawwali of Muslim Sufis. Apart from this, the founder and chairman of Serum Institute of India, Cyrus Poonawala has also been honored by the University of Oxford for contributing to humanity.

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