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Punjabi Sassi Punnu / ਸੱਸੀ ਪੁਨੂੰ ... Sain Mushtaq

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  1. Ambarsaria

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    PUNJABI FOLK SONG .....Sassi Punnu (or Sassui Panhu or Sassui Punhun) ({{Sindhi/Punjabi:سَسُئيِ پُنهوُن}},Urdu: سسی پنوں); is one of the seven popular tragic romances of the Sindh and four of the most popular in Punjab. The other six are Umar Marvi, Momal Rano and Sohni Mahiwal, Laila Chanesar, Sorath Rai Diyach, Noori Jam Tamachi commonly known as Seven Queens (Sindhi: ست مورميون) of Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai .
    Sassi Punnu was written by the Sindhi and Sufi poet, Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai in (1689--1752). Regionally this unforgettable Romance happened in the region of Balochistan district Turbat, Pakistan.

    SASSI PUNNU BY SAIN MUSHTAQ (HD VIDEO) PART 1

    SASSI PUNNU BY SAIN MUSHTAQ (HD VIDEO) PART 1 - YouTube
    SASSI PUNNU BY SAIN MUSHTAQ (HD VIDEO) PART 2

    SASSI PUNNU BY SAIN MUSHTAQ (HD VIDEO) PART 2 - YouTube
    SASSI PUNNU BY SAIN MUSHTAQ (HD VIDEO) PART 3

    SASSI PUNNU BY SAIN MUSHTAQ (HD VIDEO) PART 3 - YouTube
    SASSI PUNNU BY SAIN MUSHTAQ (HD VIDEO) PART 4

    SASSI PUNNU BY SAIN MUSHTAQ (HD VIDEO) PART 4 - YouTube
    SASSI PUNNU BY SAIN MUSHTAQ (HD VIDEO) PART 5 (last)

    SASSI PUNNU BY SAIN MUSHTAQ (HD VIDEO) PART 5 (last) - YouTube




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    Ambarsaria Ji,

    Interesting note: in one of Giani Maskeen Ji's katha's he mentions that there is some reference to Sassi Punnu in Gurbani and its actually APPROVED to be sung as keertan... (I'll have to dig and find that katha, unless you already know of the reference) just b/c the love between the two of them was so exalted, so divine... akin to the love one should feel towards God.
    I thought it was pretty cool. japposatnamwaheguru:
    ...or maybe it was layla majnun... hmmm... gotta go dig
     
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    Bhai Nirmal Singh ji Khalsa, Hazoori Raagi, has sung the following, which has references to laila majnu, sassi punnu, heer ranjaa and soni mahiwal... but i could not find it in SGGS... so i am not sure... needs clarification...

    <embed type="application/x-shockwave-flash" flashvars="audioUrl=http://www.sikhism.ws/gurbani-mp3s/Bhai Nirmal Singh Ji Hazoori Ragi/Laila Majnu Aashqui.mp3" src="http://www.google.com/reader/ui/3523697345-audio-player.swf" quality="best" height="27" width="400">
     
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    Aman Singh ji it is not in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji. It is in Bhai Gurdas ji's Vaaran as follows,

    So not Gurbani.


    Sat Sri Akal.

    PS: Intriguing questions follows as to how could Bhai Gurdas ji write about Sohni Mahiwal when Sohni was born way past the death of Bhai Gurdas ji?

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    2. Sohni Born in 1700+ (AD)

    Around the 18th c. (late Mughal period), the beautiful girl Sohni was born to a potter named Tulla (Toolha). They were from the Kumhar caste, and lived in Gujrat town (in present-day Pakistan). At the time, Gujrat, on the river Chenab, was a caravanserai on the trade route between Bukhara and Delhi.
    As Sohni grew up, she helped her father decorate his pots. Their shop is said to have been near Rampyari Mahal by the river.<sup id="cite_ref-2">[3]</sup> As soon as the Surahis (water-pitchers) and mugs came off the wheel, she would draw artistic designs on them and set them up for sale.

    3. Laila Majnu is OK to be referred as from in 700+ (AD)


    4. Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai (also referred to by the honorifics Lakhino Latif, Latif Ghot, Bhittai, and Bhitt Jo Shah) (1689 – 1752)

    5. It is possible that the folklores existed way before the writings!


     
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