Sunday, July 09, 2006

Pankaj Udhas - Chahat Desh Se



I got introduced to Ghazals way back in 1984-1985 when I was in Bombay.

The first Ghazal that I listened to was by Pankaj Udhas and since then, I am a big fan of him.

8 comments:

V N said...

Wowwww!!

I adore his voice as well, and the kind of intensity and peace that he brings abt to anything that he voices, is indeed amazing.

Aur Ahista Keejiye Baatein is my all time fav.
:)

Vasu Venkat.K said...

I love Pankaj Udhas, Jagjit Chitra and Hariharan is my all time favourite
Nice to see u again, I am back after a long long time

sen said...

venkat sir,
Nice song.Was more like "Chitti Aayi hai".

Dreamer said...

sirjee,
Gazals are the shayari about the beloved.. it could be her, sharaab, gham or anything you are passionate about.. Gulaam alijee, Jagjeet singjee, Pankaj udhaas jee etc has rendered a lot of beutiful ones for us... from hungama he kyo to kagaz ki kashthi to thum nahi gum nahi..

Some how, I liked Gulam alijee's style of singing..

thanks for a nice reminder..

Shankari said...

How are you? Long time since you visited my blog.

His voice has so much clarity..

Vinesh said...

I was planning to blog about ghazals one of these days myself :-)

For some reason, Jagjit has monopolized my mind when it comes to ghazals.. despite listening to Pankaj Udhas, Ghulam Ali, Hariharan...

Amrita said...

ghazals, some of pankaj udhas' ghazals are really memorable but rather than the recent albums i like some of the older ones, like 'Chitthi aai hain, watan se chitthi aai hain...,"(from the film, 'Naam') also there is this lovely song, 'main deewana hoon, mujhe aashiqui ne maara hain...," (from the movie Yeh Dillagi, released way back in nineties) i am also an ardent admirer of Jagjit Singh...his ghazals in the movie, Arth are simply remarkable..i ve no words.

Kary said...

Fantastic one. Its my favorite too. Thanks...