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In this episode of Likh, the Process, I talk to lyricist and composer Sameer Rahat about urdu poetry. You’ll hear about his upcoming album “Urdu Blues”, why he loves urdu poetry and the various facets (and exponents) of urdu poetry. For anyone with no clue about Urdu poetry, Sameer will give you a good place to start from.
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