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Nabeel Khan becomes the youngest Indian Classical Musician to receive a UAE Golden Visa

Indian Musician Nabeel Khan received a UAE Golden Visa recently in Dubai, UAE. He has joined the expanding list of Indian celebrities who have been given the United Arab Emirates (UAE) golden visa.  Nabeel Khan took to Instagram and posted a picture of him receiving the golden visa. He mentioned that he has performed multiple […]

Indian Musician Nabeel Khan received a UAE Golden Visa recently in Dubai, UAE.
He has joined the expanding list of Indian celebrities who have been given the United Arab Emirates (UAE) golden visa.  Nabeel Khan took to Instagram and posted a picture of him receiving the golden visa. He mentioned that he has performed multiple live shows and shot so many videos at the location that he can say with first-hand experience that the UAE is a «great destination for music «. He also expressed gratitude to the UAE government for the honour.
Khan says: honoured to get the UAE Golden Visa. First Indian Classical Instrumentalist and youngest Indian musician to receive the UAE›s 10-year Golden Visa within 12 hours. It is an absolute honour for me, and I feel so grateful for this amazing recognition for me and my family with the golden residency. My best wishes and regards to the beloved UAE government and people It’s gratifying to know when your efforts are recognised even outside of your home country and the people take you in as their own.
This achievement simply would not have been possible had I not received the love and support of my well-wishers. I take this moment to thank them all, and I look forward to making new memories in the UAE. The UAE golden visa is a long-term residence visa system for 10 years that is automatically renewed. It is granted to investors, entrepreneurs, talented individuals, researchers in science and knowledge, outstanding students, as well as journalists, doctors, writers, and those with promising abilities.  Nabeel Khan, born on September 2, 1999, in New Delhi, India, is a Sarangi player, composer, and singer-songwriter. He is the eighth generation of Sarangi artists in his family and is the world›s youngest established Sarangi player. Khan is the grandson of the legend of Sarangi PadmaBhushan awardee, Ustad Sabri Khan Saheb, and the son of renowned Sarangi artist Ustad Nasir Khan, Moradabad Sainia Gharana. Nabeel gave his first stage performance at the Little Theatre Group in New Delhi when he was just eight years old. He gave his first international performance at the Oslo Mela Festival of Norway in 2015, under the guidance of his teacher and uncle, Ustad Kamal Sabri. Khan graduated from Zakir Husain Delhi College, University of Delhi, in 2021 and also has a Sangeet Prabhakar degree in Sarangi from Prayag Sangeet Samiti. He went International with the music concert at the Oslo Mela Festival, Norway, in 2015. Khan has been accompanied by great artists like Pt. Anindo Chatterjee, Ustad Fazal Qureshi ji, and many more. Denmark, Russia, the UAE, Sri Lanka, and Italy are some nations where Khan has performed. Theatre of Digital Art (TODA) is the first art initiative in the UAE that combines multiple forms of art. Khan is part of their regular Artist panel. He has also performed for the Louvre Museum in Abu Dhabi, Salt Camp in Abu Dhabi, the Sikka Arts Festival in 2023, the first ever Indian classical performance, and many cultural events in the UAE. Nabeel Khan is promoting Indian art and Sarangi all over the world by promoting Indian music and culture by performing Sarangi solo. In India, he began his musical journey by giving Sarangi performances in many Spic Macay concerts. He has also given stage performances at music Festivals like Sa Ma Pa, Harivallabh Sangeet Sammelan, Delhi Youth Festival, and more.
He has released many original singles as well, including The Arrival of Sultan, which is one of the hit tracks along with Godfather Sarangi, Tumhe Dillagi Sarangi, Aaj Jaane Ki Zid Na Karo, Raag Shyam Kalyan, GOT, Pirates of the Caribbean, My Heart Will Go On, many famous songs on Sarangi, and more.

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