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Arieb Azhar

Urdu and ﭙﻨﺠﺎﺑﻰ Punjabi


Arieb Azhar is a Pakistani pop singer known for folk/Sufi musical influences. His most famous hit is Husn-e-Haqiqi. He has made appearances in Coke Studio’s Season 2 and Season 3. He lived in Bosnia/Yougoslavia and has also sung Balkan and gypsy music in his album, Wajj as featured below.


Arieb Azhar

Arieb Azhar


Maye Ni Main Kinnu Aakhan (Kalam Shah Hussain)

Na Raindee Hai (5:27)

Husn-e-Haqiqi (5:32)

Nach Dila  (5:12)

Emina (5:34)

Makke Gyaan (4:44)


“Saif ul Malook” is a renowned Punjabi Sufi poem written by Mian Muhammad Bakhsh, a Punjabi Sufi poet and mystic. This epic poem narrates the timeless love story of Prince Saiful Malook and Badri Jamala. The tale revolves around Saiful Malook, a young and virtuous prince, who falls deeply in love with Badri Jamala, a beautiful fairy-like princess. Their love is both ethereal and spiritual, symbolizing the soul’s quest for divine love. Throughout the poem, Prince Saiful Malook embarks on a challenging and perilous journey to find and unite with his beloved Badri Jamala, facing various trials and obstacles along the way. The narrative is rich in symbolism, reflecting themes of love, longing, and the pursuit of spiritual enlightenment. Mian Muhammad Bakhsh’s “Saif ul Malook” is celebrated not only for its romantic and mystical aspects but also for its profound spiritual teachings and messages about the union of the human soul with the Divine.


Saif ul Malook (5:24)

Vehrhe Aawan Mere (5:20)

Kahe Rokat Tede Nena (5:32)

Jindrhi Lutti (5:34)