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Nādirāt-e-Shāhi


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A collection of songs in Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi, and Persian, said to have been composed by Shah Alam (1728–1806), ruler of Delhi during 1759–1806.

The compilation, made around 1797, was ...

Subjects: Indian Music.


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