Ab'ul Hasan Yamīn ud-Dīn Khusrow (1253–1325 CE) , better known as Amīr Khusrow (also Khusrau, Khusro) Dehlawī (meaning Amir Khusrow of Delhi) , was an Indian musician, scholar and poet. He was an iconic figure in the cultural history of the Indian subcontinent. A Sufi mystic and a spiritual disciple of Nizamuddin Auliya of Delhi, Amīr Khusrow was not only a notable poet but also a prolific and seminal musician. He wrote poetry primarily in Persian, but also in Hindavi. He compiled the oldest known printed dictionary (Khaliq-e-bari) in 1320 which mainly dealt with Hindvi and Persian words.
26.07.2012 [Times of India] - Anupriya has founded AmeerKhusro Center for Music which was established in 2007 with an aim to promote and spread awareness, knowledge and the cultural value of Indian Classical Music among the youth of India. She also has her own fusion group
20.07.2012 [The Express Tribune] - Starting off with AmeerKhusro's “Hajran”, they proceeded to Bulleh Shah's “Chehti bori wey tabiba”, Sachal Sarmast's “Sohne yaar di gharoli” and Abrarul Haq's “Tere rang rang” before ending the night with a dhamaal on the Bollywood's version of Nusrat
15.07.2012 [Pakistan Daily Times] - In her 31 paintings on display, Zuby sketched various Urdu poets including AmeerKhusro, Mir Taqi Mir, Bahadur Shah Zafar, Mirza Ghalib, Altaf Hussain Hali, Husrat Mohani, Hafiz Jalhandri, Faiz Ahmed Faiz, Parveen Shakir and Nasir Kazmi, besides