Bhai Charanjit Singh Thanwar (Delhi)
Bhai Charanjit Singh Thanwar was a Sikh kirtani who peacefully left the earth on 20 May 2017. He was known for his exceptional kirtan performances, and his love for Raag and classical music. Bhai Charanjit Singh Thanwar dedicated his life to singing the praises of Waheguru and spreading the message of Gurbani. Over here, we feature some of his soulful and nostalgic kirtan recordings, including performances of popular shabads like "Mere Ram Rai" and "Guru Ramdas Rakho Sarnaee." These recordings showcase Bhai Charanjit Singh Thanwar's mastery of Raag and classical music, which he used to convey the deep spiritual messages of Gurbani. He has also performed in various Gurdwaras, some as far as Singapore. Like his rendition of "Mare Man Jap Gur Gopal Bahi", he sings about the importance of meditating on the divine name to attain inner peace and happiness, and mostly encourage listeners to chant and contemplate on the name of Waheguru with a pure heart and devotion. Bhai Charanjit Singh Thanwar also gave spiritual teachings that reflected his deep understanding of Gurbani. Most of his recordings can be found on Youtube and Facebook, where he encourages his listeners to live a truthful life, and how the power of the divine name can transform one's mind and heart. Bhai Charanjit Singh Thanwar's legacy continues to inspire and uplift Sikh devotees worldwide. His devotion to Gurbani and classical music is an example of how music can be used as a powerful tool to connect with the divine and transform one's soul. His recordings and discourses serve as a reminder of the timeless wisdom and spiritual teachings of Gurbani.
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