I was finally realizing that, 29 year into my life. First thing I did was hailed a cab, got a room at a local motel, and just crashed. I had the best sleep of my entire life that night. The next morning, refreshed as a bug, I found my self a local cafe, and decided to eat some breakfast.
It had been a couple of days since the last time I ate, so as you could probably tell, I was famished. I ordered a huge stack of Turkish pancakes, and by the time I was done with the first stack, I already had another one ordered. I saw my plate coming, and so I glanced up, and immediately just dropped my fork, and my jaw. The most beautiful woman I had ever seen in my life was serving me food. I was dumbfounded, and I just ate my meal, and disappeared back into my motel room.
I made the decision to keep going back there every single day, so I could see more and more of this woman. The next day, I went back for breakfast again, and I just stared at her googly-eyed. This same routine continued for the next week, as I just watched this woman go back and forth, back and forth.
Eventually I believe it was the sixth day or so , as the waitress gave me my food and started to walk away, I told her to sit. I told her about how my trip was going, and basically made chit-chat with her. I could tell we were falling in love from the start, and I went home one happy man.
This routine continued on and on for the next few days, and by then, I really was getting to know her. Eventually I asked her out, and it was all easy sailing from there. We eventually ran off to her house, and then rushed into her bedroom, and On Christmas day of , I got on my knee, and I asked her to marry me. She said yes, and guess what album was playing?
I immediately demanded that they get me a copy of this album, because from that day on, it would officially be my good luck album. We went to bed together that night, and the following morning, I awoke to nobody next to me. This Email ID is already registered. Submit or click Cancel to register with another email ID. Submit Cancel. Please enter Valid details Ok got it! Enter Email ID Submit. Edit Email Id Contact Us. Create New Save OR. Select From Existing Playlist. Listen to Taang Uthake - Housefull 3 1 day ago.
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Movies View all. Artists View all. There are many Sufi brotherhoods in Morocco, each with their own music — the Aissawa with long trumpets and drums are the most spectacular. But the most celebrated are the Gnawa, and these recordings of some of the great masters are superb. A high-quality disc with deep gimbri three-stringed bass playing and soulful songs.
Sufi Soul Network Medien, This is the best available compilation of Sufi music from across the Islamic world. In a two-disc digipack, Sufi Soul includes 21 selections from Senegal to Afghanistan covering all the main genres and more. See also: List of Sufi singers. The Telegraph. Retrieved The Hindu. Categories : Sufi music Pakistani styles of music Indian styles of music.
Hidden categories: Articles containing video clips. Again and again one is struck by unexpected musical combinations that nonetheless have a timeless quality, enveloping listeners in a cloud that transports them beyond themselves.
Tribute to Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore. Rabindranath Tagore is one of the great universal mystics. We may not know exactly what is happening. But we feel the flow of life in us to be one with the universal life outside.
The relation of my soul to this beautiful autumn morning, this vast radiance, is one of intimate kinship; and all this colour, scent, and music is but the outward expression of our secret communion. This constant communion, whether realized or unrealized, keeps my mind in movement; out of this intercourse between my inner and outer world I gain such religion, be it much or little, as my capacity allows: and in its light I have to test the scriptures before I can make them really my own. Khemir tends toward a surreal approach and this works brilliantly in the context of this decidedly Sufi story.This splendidly titled double album, compiled by Peter Pannke, features the incredible diversity of Sufi music in Pakistan. There are a couple of qawwali tracks, but mostly it’s solo singers and groups of fakirs playing the music you hear at shrines across the country. There’s a superb booklet with information and .