A Ginan in a dream at the Ismaili Centre: By Pir Hassan Kabiruddin – Recited By Alijah Gulamhusein Gulamani

In our continuing efforts to add music to ginans recited by my late husband Alijah Gulamhusein Gulamani, we have just completed the 3rd Ginan: “Kaachee Chhe Kaayaa” by Pir Hassan Kabiruddin, is a solemn ginan. We have added grand piano and flute accompaniments to it and presented it in a unique “dream” setting occurred beyond space and time at the Ismaili Centre Toronto. With some information about the Pir Hassan Kabiruddin, as well as lyrics and translations.

–Khatoon Gulamani

Author: ismailimail

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  1. Thanks for sharing. Adding music to ginans, geets for MOWLA makes one to hear it even more bringing joy to the soul. I hear so many songs of Mowla with music and ginan’s too. Music also elevates our souls.


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