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This article needs additional citations for verification. She was generally known as “Malika”, meaning “The Queen”, publicly. Views Read Edit View history. Amjad Bukhari S. Abhi toh main jawaan hoon. Indar V Press, , p.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. She was extremely popular for her rendition of Hafeez Jalandhri ‘s nazm song, Abhi tau main jawan hoon “I am still young”which is enjoyed by millions not only in Pakistanbut also in India. Retrieved from ” https: Exposure to literary greats such as Faiz Ahmed Faiz and Hafeez Jallandhari who wrote Abhi toh main jawaan hoon besides the national anthem of Pakistan and her popularity on radio brought maturity to her artistry.

Her funeral procession started from her residence at West Canal bank, and the ceremony was held in the house of her eldest son. Malika Pukhraj in s, Kashmir.

abhi toh main jawan hoon malika pukhraj

Abhi toh main jawaan hoon. Malika Pukhraj was married to Hokn Hussain, a junior government official in the Punjab, and had six children including Tahira Syedalso a singer in Pakistan. At the age of nine, she visited Jammu and performed at the coronation ceremony of Maharaja Hari Singhwho was so impressed by her voice that he appointed her as a court singer in his Durbar.

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This article needs additional citations for verification. This page was last edited on 20 Mayat ahhi Malika Pukhraj died in LahorePakistan on 4 February She was among the well-known professional singers of India in the s and after Partition of India inshe migrated to LahorePakistanwhere she received much more fame, through her radio performances with composer Kale Khan at Radio PukhrajjLahore.

She was buried at Shah Jamal graveyard in Lahore. In the s, along with Begum Akhtar, Pukhraj made a name for herself as an indomitable voice in semi-classical singing.

Her voice is most suitable for ‘folk songs of the hills’ Pahari Songs. In this rare video clip you can see her walking listlessly around a drawing room, singing a love elegy.

abhi toh main jawan hoon malika pukhraj

Malika Pukhraj was only nine when Maharaja Hari Singh of Jammu employed her to sing in his court for his taj poshee crowning ceremony. Her powerful vocal chords do not require any accompanying instrument as she towers over the composition with the throw of her voice.

Who can forget Malika Pukhraj’s ‘Abhi toh main jawaan hoon’?

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. When she was five, she was singing nohas lamentations and marsiyas mournings with such mian that her parents sent her to Delhi to learn music and dance from such abhj musicians as Ustaad Momin Khan, Ustaad Mollah Bukhsh Talwandi and Ustaad Ashiq Ali. Here she began performing for All India Radio and also began singing ghazals, dadras and thumris in private concerts. A History pub Jammu: Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.

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abhi toh main jawan hoon malika pukhraj

She was generally known as “Malika”, meaning “The Queen”, publicly. Amjad Bukhari S. She set aside heavyweight poetry and focused on lighter works, such as azaad nazms free jjawan. She died in February at the age of 92, insisting Abhi toh main jawaan hoon, as you can hear in this audio clip, which is an early recording from her youth. Radio Pakistan All-India Radio.

Malika Pukhraj

Indar V Press,p. Sbhi music and Ghazal. Youth never left her side, and is the subject of the matchless song that she is best remembered for: Pukhraj tried her luck in films, but a few days after shooting for a Wadia Movietone film song, she fled. Views Read Edit View history.