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The Rise Of The Ghazal Singers

Others | Jun 1, 1980

Ghazal singers have become the new cultural celebrities in India.

They sing to packed houses, their programmes are very popular on television, and their records sell better than many Hindi film records. Why have they suddenly become so popular? ROHINI SOMAN investigates.

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