Niazi Nizami Brothers is a LIVE act based out of the capital city of India, New Delhi. It is the brainchild of Qadar Niazi.
Qadar Niazi gained his name from his renowned father, Ustad Inam Ahmed Khan. He gave his first open execution at seven years of age and has been performing ghazals and bhajans throughout these 30 years.
Qadar Niazi is a radio and TV vocalist and has performed at the Sahitya Kala Parishad and Urdu Academy. He has also performed in movies like Kanjoos, Khosla Ka Ghosla, etc. Qadar was honoured by the Delhi Chief Minister, Smt Sheela Dixit in 2000.
Qadar Niazi is a conspicuous eminent craftsman of qawwali and performs generally everywhere throughout the world. He performed in numerous nations like UK, Scotland, New Zealand, Singapore, Makkah Sharif and Medina Sharif, Jeddah, Riyadh (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia), Muscat, Oman, Iran, Tanzania and as of late in Afghanistan.
He is a standout amongst the most popular qawwali artist in the Sufi styles, Aastana Gayaki and the modern qawwali convention. Qadar Niazi hails from the group of customary Gharana artist and rumoured qawwal who customarily delighted in the support of Mughal Emperor, Bahadur Shah Zafar.
He fits in with the legendary Hapur Gharana which gave Indian musical giants, for example, Ustad Kubre Mohammad Khan, Ustad Shaadi Khan and Ustad Murad Khan. The vast majority of his progenitors were the court musicians and highly established vocalists.
Qadar is connected with the Dargah Hazrat Nizamuddin Aaulia and Hazrat Amir Khusro, New Delhi, as a Darbari Aastana Singer. Born and raised in Delhi, Ghulam Qadar Niazi is most looked for after qawwali vocalist in India.
He is a pro-vocalist on the kalam (poetries and verses) of Hazrat Amir Khusro, the Sufi saint and incredible writer cum performer. He has a profound knowledge of Khusravi Mausiqi.
The members of the group include Ghulam Qadar Niazi's own sons, Asim Haider and Amir Hasan.