LAHORE - The 13th death anniversary of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan went largely unnoticed on Monday, as no ceremony was organised in the City to pay tribute to the legend whom music tunes still mesmerise the people across the world. The worst floods of the history and continued rain in main cities of the country also among the reasons, which forced the music lovers to pay tribute to the legend. It is worth mentioning here that the Nusrat Fateh started his musical career as a tabla player and soon he started singing Qawwali, which he used to perform at shrines, wedding ceremonies and fairs. According to Khalid Ahmed, renowned multilingual poet, Nusrat Fateh was a brilliant musician and an institution in classical music. Japanese call him the Buddha of music while he is still regarded as the voice of paradise by the Americans. He had God gifted qualities, which inspired his fans with his extraordinary variety and distinctive voice, he added. Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan left the world at the age of 48 but left a legacy, which is an incredible chapter of the music history.