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I'm afraid I'm not cool or knowledgeable enough to know the various top tier raagis, so I can only post what pulls at my heart strings.

^^^ The tabla player with Bhai Dalbir Singh is an absolute legend. He is getting notes from the tabla that I've never heard in my life. :respect:

^^^ The above shabad carries a lot of personal resonance for me. I can't listen to all of it as it makes me very emotional.

I have a recording of some Qawwali singers singing Gurbani (Aise Gur Ko Bal Bal Jayie) - Is it okay to post that?

EDIT: Here it is below:

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Kaljugi, I have another magnificent Shabad by the same Qawwali group that I uploaded on one of my other youtube accounts (GurdwaraTV)

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Absolutely love this one:

A descendant of bhai mardana ive heard, amazing kirtan:

Shabads in qwalli form frm the great ustad that is nusrat fateh ali khan:

This isnt kirtan but it owns, dharmik dhadhi vibes:

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these are must listen although not kirtan. dharmik songs by bhai harjinder singh srinagar wale

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