Ally Adnan

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Ally Adnan (Urdu: علی عدنان , born Nov 4, 1964) is a Pakistan newspaper columnist and a music critic[1].

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Adnan's talks and presentations on the Qawwali (an art form of singing in a group) and Indian classical music have been well-received by audiences in Pakistan,[2][3][4] Hong Kong[5] and the US.[6]

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  1. "'Music and dance are not in the list of five items declared to be haram' - Daily Times". Daily Times. 26 November 2017. Retrieved 30 November 2017.
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  3. Islamic Art Revival Series (7 April 2016), Exploring Qawali With Ally Adnan Highlights (with videoclip on YouTube), retrieved 22 November 2017
  4. PeaceNiche (28 January 2016), An Introduction to Hindustani Sangeet by Ally Adnan, retrieved 20 November 2017
  5. Malik, Ali (19 August 2017). "Sufi Cultural Festival arranged in Hong Kong". Daily Times (Pakistan) newspaper. Retrieved 22 November 2017.
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