Shaan-E-Sufi: Wadali Brothers Trailer

Shaan-E-Sufi: Wadali Brothers Trailer (2007)

01 January 2007

In this concert video, Punjabi singers the Wadali brothers -- Puranchand and Pyarelal -- perform their moving rendition of Sufi sheikh Baba Farid's poetry, along with other songs from Bhakti and Sufi saints. Before a delighted crowd at the 2004 Shaan-e-Sufi festival in Chandigarh, India, the siblings deliver a memorable array of Sufiana music. Tracks include "Tureya Tureya Ja," "Tum Idhar Dekh Lo," "Dum-dum Karo Farid" and "Tu Mane Ya Na Mane."

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