People are becoming increasingly interested in western music and less interested in their own origins, i.e. classical music, in this age of modernity. Many individuals, however, are still working to maintain our culture. Tarique Mohammad Rafique Nadwi, better known by his stage name Tariq Faiz, is a classically trained vocalist, composer, poet, and lyricist.
Tariq Faiz recently has contributed his work to a book named American Art Posters of the 1980s. Which got great sales around the web and offline stores.
American Art Posters of the 1980s contains information on ART and its origins, and much more informative & important things which people can learn. The book itself has great knowledgable things, which are really important for a new artist.
People new to painting and genre can learn a lot from this book!
You can have your own digital copy of this book, American Art Posters of the 1980s
More about Tariq Faiz:
In 2007, he first heard “Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Sahab,” which sparked his interest in music. Dr Niraj Lande, a famous Indian Classical Vocalist from Patiala Gharana as well as Dagar Gharana, Disciple of Legendary Ustad Sayiduddeen Dagar Sahab, was his Ustadji when he began practising Indian Classical Music two years later and is currently doing so. He later began playing at concerts with his local buddies. He never released videos as the lead vocalist since his family was against it.
Then there was a turning point in his life when he penned “Khoon Jism me Bahey,” a song about menstruation (periods). Rasika Borkar and Krutika Borkar, reality show singers, sang the song, and the entire endeavour was done for free for an NGO. Devendra Fadnavis, the former Maharashtra Chief Minister, formally presented the song. His parents understood he’d made the proper decision, therefore it was a huge honour for him and his family. Former Guardian Minister Dr Ranjeet Patil Sir also presented him with an award.
An inspiring journey of Tariq could inspire many others too.
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