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Dama Dam Mast Qalandar ( Sindhi : دما دم مست قلندر ‎) is a spiritual song written in the honour of the most revered Sufi saint of Sindh , Shahbaz Qalandar of Sehwan Sharif . The original poem was initially written by Amir Khusrow , then further modified by Bulleh Shah . The modern melody was composed by Pakistani composer Master Ashiq Hussain, [1] and was widely popularized by many Pakistani singers like Noor Jehan , Runa Laila , Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan , Abida Parveen , the Sabri Brothers , Reshma , Komal Rizvi , and Junoon . The song has also been performed by Indian artists like Hans Raj Hans , the Wadali brothers and Mika Singh . In 2016, Sami Yusuf performed a rendition of the song in his album 'Barakah'.

Her health deteriorated to such an extent that she was hospitalised in Lahore , Pakistan in 'Doctors Hospital' on 6 April 2013. The Punjab, Pakistan caretaker government elected to pay all her medical expenses. Tell her that she has lost weight and she promptly replies, " To kyā? Maiṅ is se slim, smart bhī to ho gaī. " (So what ? I have grown slim and smart because of this), but then explains, "Doctors have advised me to curtail oily and spicy food." She readily used to admit, "I have no training in classical music, I do not know even the 'r' of any raga. So when I sing and miss any technical aspect, please forgive me," is what this humble soul used to say to the audience. "For me, there is no difference between India and Pakistan, they are like my two eyes." [18]

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