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Chhaap Tilak Sab Chheeni (Urdu: چھاپ تلک سب چھینی), is a poem composed by Amir Khusro, a 14th-century Sufi mystic, in Hindustani. Due to the resonance of its melody and mystical lyrics, it is frequently heard in Qawwali concerts across South Asia.
This poem has been sung in Qawwali format by notable Indian and Pakistani Qawwals, including Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Naheed Akhtar, Mehnaz Begum, Abida Parveen, Sabri Brothers, Iqbal Hussain Khan Bandanawazi, Ustad Vilayat Khan, Ustad Shujaat Khan, Zila Khan, Hadiqa Kiani and Rahat Fateh Ali Khan.
Chaāp tilak sab chhīnī re mose nainā milāike
Bāt agam keh dīnī re mose nainā milāike
Prem bhaṭī kā madhvā pilāike
Matvālī kar līnhī re mose nainā milāike
Gorī gorī baīyān, harī harī chuṛiyān
baīyān pakaṛ har līnhī re mose nainā milāike
Bal bal jāūn main tore rang rajvā
Apnī sī rang dinhī re mose nainā milāike
Khusro nizaam ke bal bal jaiye
Mohe suhāgan kīnhī re mose nainā milāike
Bāt ajab keh dīnī re mose nainā milāike...
You've taken away my looks, my identity, by just a glance.
You've said the unknown, by just a glance.
By making me drink the wine from the love of devotion
You've intoxicated me by just a glance;
My fair, delicate wrists with green bangles in them,
Have been taken off by you with just a glance.
I give my life to you, Oh my cloth-dyer,
You've dyed me like yourself, by just a glance.
I give my whole life to you Oh, Nizam,
You've made me your bride, by just a glance.
You've said the wonder, by just a glance.
The 1978 Bollywood film Main Tulsi Tere Aangan Ki featured a version by Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhosle. Another popular version, by Abida Parveen and Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, appeared on the Pakistani musical variety show Coke Studio.
The song has maintained its popularity over the years, being regularly heard on television talent shows in India and Pakistan, and on social media.
Rahat Fateh Ali Khan (born 1974), is a Pakistani musician, primarily of Qawwali, a devotional music of the Muslim Sufis. He is the nephew of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and son of Farrukh Fateh Ali Khan and also the grandson of Qawwali singer Fateh Ali Khan. In addition to Qawwali, he also performs ghazals and other light music. He is also popular as a playback singer in Bollywood and the Pakistan film industry.
Rahat was chosen by his uncle Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan for tutoring in the traditions of Qawwali music and was singing with his uncle and father by the age of three. At the age of seven he began formal training with his uncle; and he performed first time in public when he was nine, at the death anniversary of his grandfather. From age fifteen, he was made an integral part of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan's well-known qawwali group. He toured the UK with his uncle in 1985, and performed solo songs in addition to singing with the Qawwali group. At a concert in Birmingham on 27 July 1985, he performed the solo ghazal, "Mukh Tera Sohneya Sharab Nalon Changa Ae". At the concert held at Harrow Leisure Centre in 1985, he performed the solo song, "Gin Gin Taare Lang Gaiyaan Rattaan". He sang Bollywood playback in the 90s and debuted as a playback singer in Bollywood with the movie Paap (2003), featuring the hit song "Mann Ki Lagan". His recent works include Pakistani nationalistic songs such as "Dharti Dharti" and "Hum Pakistan", and songs from Bollywood films. He has performed in Pakistan, India, United Kingdom and other countries. In April 2012 Rahat toured in the UK, performing at Wembley Arena and the Manchester Arena, playing to a combined audience of over 20,000 people.
In a subordinate role with his uncle Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, working in collaboration with Eddie Vedder, of the American rock band, Pearl Jam, Rahat contributed to the soundtrack of the 1995 Hollywood film, Dead Man Walking. In 2002, he worked on the soundtrack of The Four Feathers in collaboration with the American composer of orchestral and film music, James Horner. In 2002, Rahat guested with The Derek Trucks Band on the song "Maki Madni" for Trucks' album, Joyful Noise. In 2006, his vocals were featured on the soundtrack of Mel Gibson's Apocalypto.
Abida Parveen (born 20 February 1954), is a sufi singer, composer and musician. Her singing and music has earned her many accolades, and she has been dubbed as the 'Queen of Sufi music'. She is also a painter and entrepreneur being a business woman from Pakistan. Born and raised in Larkana into a Sindhi Sufi family, she was trained by her father Ghulam Haider who was a famous Singer and Music teacher.