Ateeq Hussain Khan

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Ateeq Hussain Khan Qawwal
Born1980 (age 38–39)
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India
Occupation(s)Qawwal, Musician

Ustad Ateeq Hussain Khan Bandanawazi Al-Hashmi Qawwal (بنده نوازى قوال) (born 1980) is a Hindustani Qawwal He was born in Hyderabad.India His started training in Indian classical music Hindustani shastria sangeeth from his father from the early age of five years and participated along with him in Qawwali programs. He learned various forms of classical singing like Bandish, Thumri, Bhajan Tarana Ghazal and so on from his father Ustad Iqbal Hussain Khan Bandanawazi. His voice and style have a striking resemblance to his father. Several news papers in India and many countries has Praised his Talent.[1] He has toured all over the world for Sufi Qawwali Programs. His Qawwali group is known as Bandanawazi 2010 he has Performed at the Delhi Common Wealth games Program JASHN-E-DILLI and Urdu Heritage Festival which was organised by Delhi Govt.[2][3][4][5][6] His Memorable Performances are at Hazrat Rumi The Sufi Festival of India and at Sacred Music Festival Organized by Dalai Lama Organization. Bandanawazi Qawwal received sangeet ratna samman. from Mahrashtra Art & Culture Department in 1998 presented by Sushilkumar Shinde .[7]

Family background[edit]

Ateeq Hussain Khan Belongs To the seventh generation of Gwalior Gharana Ustad Haddu Hassu Khan ancestor of Ateeq Hussain Khan and grandson of Ustad Qurban Hussain Khan Ateeq's maternal grandfather is Padmashri Aziz Ahmed Khan Warsi from the Delhi Gharana. Ateeq Hussain Khan Bandanawazi's father is Iqbal Hussain Khan Bandanawazi Ateeq Hussain Khan greatgrandchild of ustad faiyaz khan sahab the founder of agra gharana and nephew of jafar hussain khan badauni.


He has Performed Qawwali in Kala Academy present 25th Bhakti Sangeeth Samahroh Goa. Vasanta Habba Festival and the World Sacred Music Festivals. He has also performed Qawwali in many countries.[citation needed]


  1. ^ "Class Qawwal". Hindustan Times. 21 January 2004.
  2. ^ Times of India (7 September 2010). "Calender [sic] of cultural events for Games released". news. Retrieved 7 September 2010.
  3. ^ "Jashn-e-Dilli". Delhi Tourism. Archived from the original on 22 July 2011. Retrieved 28 April 2011.
  4. ^ "'Virasat' begins today in city". The Hindu. Chennai, India. 31 August 2010.
  5. ^ Ahuja, Rajesh. "Who's who in art & culture to showcase India's heritage at CWG". news. web India news. Retrieved 6 September 2010.
  6. ^ Ninad (1 May 2006). India Today, MUSIC REVIEW RUHANIYAT. Kolkata: India Today Group.
  7. ^ India Today, Group. "Qawwali and kebabs rock Town Hall". news. India Today Group. Retrieved 9 October 2009.

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