best place to buy prednisone ‘Memories of the Partition’ was a special event hosted at the British Museum to mark 70 years since the Partition.
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This event highlighted how we united by our music with Sara Qazmi who performed Bulleh Shah’s ‘Ki Jaana Mein Kon’. Bulleh Shah was a Mughal-era Punjabi Islamic philosopher and Sufi poet, this song overcomes the labels or race, religion and cast, she was joined by Nayan Apadhyay on the tabla. Bulleh Shah lived in 18th Century Punjab and fiercely challenged religious orthodoxy in his poetry.