Ar rahman and his mother kareema begum relation: Ar Rahman’s life used to dwell in mother’s heart, Karima Begum’s faith had become Muslims – ar rahman very close to her mother kareema begum and he adopted islam for this reasonOn December 28, 2020 by admin
AR Rahman died when his father was nine years old. The financial condition of the house had deteriorated after the death of his father, when his mother used to run the house by lending his father’s musical instruments. AR Rahman’s mother was also advised to sell the father’s equipment and to spend the house on his interest, but he refused to do so. He said that his son would take care of these things. AR Rahman used to play synthesizer for ‘Rahman Band Roots’ at the age of 11 with his childhood friend Shivamani. He was also instrumental in the founding of Chennai-based band Nemesis Avenue. He also played piano, harmonium, guitar.
The effect of Islam on music composer
AR Rahman’s mother had great faith in Sufi saint Pir Karimullah Shah Qadri. However, his mother believed in Hinduism. AR Rahman told in an interview that when his sister’s health deteriorated at the age of 23, she went to the Islamic religious place with the whole family. After this, his sister became healthy. This had such an impact on the music composer that he converted to Islam and converted to Islam.
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The conversion did not affect any relationship
AR Rehman, referring to the conversion, said that he went to meet Qadri Saheb 10 years after his father’s death. He was unwell and cared for by his mother. He considered her his daughter. A year after meeting Qadri Sahab, AR Rahman shifted to Kodambakkam with his family. His family still lives there. They understood that it was right to choose a path. Both he and his mother loved the path of Sufism. Therefore, they adopted Sufi Islam. AR Rehman said that he did not have a bad impact on his relationship with anyone because of his conversion. He told that the people around him did not matter. The most important thing was that he learned about equality and integrity of God.
Hindu astrology gave Muslim name
AR Rahman did not like his real name Dilip Kumar. Talking about the name change, he had told in the interview that the truth is that he did not like his name. The name did not suit his image. Prior to adopting Sufism, AR Rahman went to show his horoscope to an astrologer to get his sister married. At that time he wanted to change his name and create his new identity. Astrology said that the names Abdul Rahman and Abdul Rahim would be good for them. He liked the name Rahman. Hindu astrology gave the name Muslim. His mother wanted him to add Allaharakha to his name as well. In this way he became AR Rahman.
‘Vande Mataram’ got second place
Let us know that more than 200 crores recordings of songs of AR Rahman have been sold. He is ranked among the 10 best musicians in the world. His album ‘Vande Mataram’, made in 1997 on the 50th anniversary of the country’s Ajadi, was a huge success. ‘Vande Mataram’ was ranked second in 2002 when the BBC World Service surveyed the 10 most famous songs from 7000 songs to date. The Guinness Book of World Records is also recorded due to its performance in most languages.
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