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About Najma Akhtar

Najma grew up speaking English, but later learned Urdu and has become an excellent singer of the short, romantic poetry singing known as Ghazal. Her serpentine voice has an astounding range and owes a great debt to Indian film singers, while her music incorporates western sounds with traditional tabla and other Indian instruments.

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Listen toNajma Akhtaron Rhapsody

Najma grew up speaking English, but later learned Urdu and has become an excellent singer of the short, romantic poetry singing known as Ghazal. Her serpentine voice has an astounding range and owes a great debt to Indian film singers, while her music incorporates western sounds with traditional tabla and other Indian instruments.

About Najma Akhtar

Najma grew up speaking English, but later learned Urdu and has become an excellent singer of the short, romantic poetry singing known as Ghazal. Her serpentine voice has an astounding range and owes a great debt to Indian film singers, while her music incorporates western sounds with traditional tabla and other Indian instruments.

About Najma Akhtar

Najma grew up speaking English, but later learned Urdu and has become an excellent singer of the short, romantic poetry singing known as Ghazal. Her serpentine voice has an astounding range and owes a great debt to Indian film singers, while her music incorporates western sounds with traditional tabla and other Indian instruments.