Hamsar Hayat

Hamsar Hayat

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Hamsar Hayat Profile

  • Name:
  • Hamsar Hayat
  • Born:
  • August 6, 1970
  • Born / Home Town:
  • Delhi
  • Father:
  • Ustad Hayat Nizami

Hamsar Hayat Biography

Hamsar Hayat is an upcoming singer of Bollywood movies. He is the son of Ustad Hayat Nizami, noted poet and classical singer of Sikandra Gharana who has musical background of 700 years. In 2013, Hayat debut Bollywood as a playback singer with the song, Mere Khuda of the movie, I Don't Luv U. Its music was composed by Aman- Benson & Amit Kasaria. Hamsar is most known for devotional, classical and sufi songs. He has performed with his brothers in many concerts and they are together known as Sufi Brothers. He is known for his stage shows and has performed in many notable events.


Born in a family with strong musical background, Hayat was initiated to music at a younger age. He started performing in stage shows aside his father during his childhood. He was born on 6 August 1970 in Delhi. As he carried a music tradition of 700 years, he too decided to continue with the same profession. The family is known for performing qawali at the tomb of Saint Nizamuddhin Aulia in Delhi for many generations. Hayat learnt music from his father and lessons of Urdu, Persian and Hindi from his uncle, who also belongs to the same Gharana. Following the footsteps of his father and uncle, Hayat is striving hard to leave a mark of his own.


Hamsar Hayat is known for sound classical base with ornamentation of classical styles like taans and tamaks. He has a troupe of young members who always accompany him. Apart from singing qawali and sufi songs, he is also known for performing bhajans of Sai Baba and Vaishnavo Devi. Aaj Ki Raat Tere Naam Tere Naam Ka Gungaan, Tuh Hai Meri Zindagi Sai, Mast Malanga Mast Malanga and Charno Main Rehne De Apne are his popular bhajans. He has already done 42 albums.

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Updated: March 14, 2014

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