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Sanam Marvi is a Pakistani folk and sufi singer. She sings in Punjabi and Sindhi languages.Sanam Marvi was born Hyderabad, Pakistan in a Muslim Sindhi family. Her father's name is Faqeer Ghulam Rasool, a sufi singer. She had eight siblings. She started training at the age of seven and used to accompany her father to his performances at various shrines of sufis in Pakistan, including Sindh and Punjab. She later trained under Ustad Fateh Ali Khan of Gwalior gharana.
Sanam Marvi debuted at Virsa Heritage, a programme on PTV. She became popular after her performance at Coke Studio, a Pakistani television series featuring live music performances. She has since appeared in two seasons of the Coke studio.
She perform sufi concerts around the world. She is among the finest performers in the Sufi, ghazal and folk genres She sings compositions of Allama Iqbal, Baba Bulleh Shah, Baba Sheikh Farid, Alam Lohar, Sachal Sarmast, the Sufi mystic from Sindh, Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai.
She made her debut in with a solo performance at 2010's Jahan-e-Khusrau, the Sufi music festival.In February 2011, she performed with Indian playback singer Rekha Bhardwaj at Times of India's Aman ki Asha at Chowmahalla Palace, Hyderabad.
Sanam marvi has made her Bollywood singing debut with Ali Zafar starer London, Paris, New York, singing along with Hadiqa Kiyani and Ali Zafar.
Best Singer - Sufism University
Best Singer Light Music - Virsa at 17th PTV National Awards
Folk Singer from Pakistan Sufi Singer from Pakistan Sindhi Singer from Pakistan Punjabi Singer from Pakistan