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Prominent Punjabi sufi singer Sabarkoti passes away in Jalandhar

Jalandhar, Jan 25 (UNI) Eminent Sufi Punjabi singer Sabarkoti passed away on Thursday this evening at a private hospital here, he was under treatment for quiet sometime. With his demise, a Pall of gloom descended in the pollywood industry.

Born in Kot Krar Khan village in Jalandhar cantonment in a family of musicians, Sabar Koti initiated to the richness of the Patiala Gharana of classical music from his childhood by his father and music guru Sri Amar Nath and had been performing on stage since a nine-year-old child.
Later, his talent had been honed under the tutelage of Puran Shah Koti. He was better known for his song ‘Tainu kee Dasiye, kee dasiye’, which hit the pollywood industry to recognize his talent in the Punjabi music..
With more than 13 music albums to his credit, Sabarkoti passionately believed in performing rather than to boast of his achievements. He was of the firm view that the craze for rock and pop music will come and go, but the richness of folk will always be there.
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