The group AHURA was founded by Mohammad Eghbal in 1989. AHURA’s music is sufi music, inspired by poems of Persian poets and mystics, above all by Mevlana Djellalledin RUMI, whose spiritual message for understanding among the nations AHURA tries to convey by means of traditional oriental sound structures as well as by including new sound elements.
The Jilala is an order of dervish musicians known for their practice of trance dancing and spiritual healing. They are called upon to exorcise evil spirits and to purify the heart. The Jilala are particularly useful in curing cases of epilepsy and hysteria, controlling the spirits or demons in possession of the subject through their music and the ritualized gestures of the dance.
'''''Sajjad Ali''''' (: '''سجاد علی'''. Born []) is a [[Pakistan|Pakistani]] [[semi-classical music|semi-classical]],  , ,  and . He was one of the pioneers of pop music and emerged to fame in the early [[1980|1980's]]. However, he was already known to some people as a semi-classical singer due to his work in the classicial industry and his family popularity.
Saeen Zahoor Ahmad (Urdu: سائیں ظہور) (b. around 1945) is a leading Sufi musician from Pakistan. He spent his life singing in the Sufi shrines, and had not cut a record until 2006, when he was nominated for the BBC World Music awards based on word of mouth.