The Pakistani national songs are probably the most popular ones on pakistan. In fact, I would say pakistan has a lot of national songs of pakistani origin. Here are a few of them.
There are plenty of songs, poems, and stories that are related to our country’s culture that you can use as a reference point. Some might be a bit too niche, but there are quite a few of them. You may not have heard any of them before.
I got a lot of suggestions for songs, but I think the most popular and most relevant are “Lahore” by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and “Dhaka” by Mohammad Rafi. These are two of my personal favorites from Pakistan.
I would also recommend “Lal-e-akbar” by Rafi and “Farewell My Homeland” by Rafi. Both songs are from a songbook my parents used to listen to when I was growing up. If you enjoy one of the songs, you will probably enjoy the other.
I do plan to add more songs. I just want to make sure my list contains at least one song from each country.
I think I’m about half way done. I haven’t yet found a full songbook yet, but each country has a sizable songbook, so I’m sure there are more. I think most of the songs on my list are regional songs that you can download for free from the internet or from your local radio station. I feel like I could put a lot more songs on here if I had a full songbook for each country.
Unfortunately, even if you have a huge songbook, there may not be any songs from that country that you actually like. That’s because the list is not meant to be complete. It’s there to simply provide a starting point for you to start listening to songs from your chosen country.
I love the idea of this list and the songs on it. I have my favorites (or favorites of my favorites) and I would love to hear more from them. If I were to write a songbook for each country, I would have to write new songs for every country. This would be pretty difficult to manage, plus I wouldn’t really have any songs in my original country that I like.
This is a good start, but I would like to see more. I find it really interesting that I have already listened to a ton of songs from all over the world. I would love to hear more from my favorite country and country I currently live in.
I’m not sure if I’m the only one who is a bit hesitant about doing this, but I’m pretty sure I’m not the only one who would love to write a songbook for each country. I’d love to hear more from my favorite country and country I currently live in.