numerology

Numerology information Ulfat:

numerologyName Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice

songs

Songs about Ulfat:

songsLocha-E-Ulfat by Amitabh Bhattacharya;Aditi Singh Sharma;Benny Dayal from the Album 2 States

songsRaaz E Ulfat by Munni Begum from the Album Super Hits Vol 5

songsTeri Ulfat Main Sanam by Zubaida Khanum from the Album Digital Collection Volume 4 (urdu)

songsUlfat Ki Nai Manzil Ko Chala by Iqbal Bano from the Album 46 Ghazals and Songs from Ghazal Queen - Best of Iqbal Bano

songsRasm -E- Ulfat Sikha Gaya Koi (Album Version) by Begum Akhtar from the Album Begum Akhtar

songsUlfat Ki Nai Manzil Ko Chala by Iqbal Bano from the Album Silver Screen Gold: Old Pakistani Film Songs

songsApni Ulfat Ko Too Aazma Le by Jani Babu Qawwal, Anwar Farrukhabadi Shamim Bano from the Album MuqabalaEQawwali

books

Books about Ulfat:

booksBy Ulfat Idilbi Sabriya: Damascus Bitter Sweet (Interlink World Fiction) (1st Amer. Ed) by Ulfat Idilbi (Oct 15, 2003)

booksMasnav-i bar-i ulfat (Urdu Edition) by King of Oudh, 1821-1896, . Wajid Ali Shah (Jun 5, 2011)

booksIDLIBI, ULFAT AL- [B. 1912 OR 1913]: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's Encyclopedia of the Modern Middle... by Marilyn Booth (2004)

booksMasnav-I Bar-I Ulfat - Primary Source Edition (Urdu Edition) by King of Oudh 1821-1896 Wajid Ali Shah (Jan 13, 2014)

booksDvn-i nashah-i Ulfat (Urdu Edition) by Muammad Ab Tlib Khn 'shiq (Aug 25, 2011)

booksSabriya: Damascus Bitter Sweet (Interlink World Fiction) [Paperback] [2003] (Author) Ulfat Idilbi, Peter Clark... (2003)

booksTeri Ulfat Mein Sanam by Iqra Sagheer Ahmed (2012)

wiki

Wiki information Ulfat:

Ulfat Idilbi
Arabic Speaker, Person, Deceased Person, Author

Ulfat Idilbi was a Syrian novel writer. She wrote books that became best sellers in the Arabic-speaking world, such as "Dimashq ya Basimat el Huzn", which was translated into many languages and filmed as "Basimat al Huzn".

Gul Pacha Ulfat
Man, Deceased Person, Person

Gul Pacha Ulfat was born in 1909 in Qarghayi District of Laghman Province, Afghanistan. Ulfat was the prominent poet and author of the Pashto language.