The vigour of Punjab dargah-mela folkways in the robust voices of the Wadali Brothers and others singing popular verses by Punjab best-loved mystics (Baba Bulle Shah, Baba Farid). In the Sufi poetry of India, the female note is dominant. The poet views himself as a woman who yearns for her lover and is so lost in her love for him that she gives up her own identity and becomes one with the lover. Generally, a woman waits for the lover to lift her veil, but in the spiritual realm, the woman herself lifts her veil to have a glimpse of the lover; Love in Sufism is exalted to the spiritual realm.
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