Bhai Hardeep Singh (Jawaddi Kalan)
Bhai Hardeep Singh Jawaddi Kalan is a renowned name in the world of Gurbani music. Born on 1st July 1975 in Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan, Bhai Hardeep Singh was introduced to Gurbani music at an early age by his maternal grandfather, Giani Bhupinder Singh. Later, he learned from various Gurus, including Master Hakim Singh Mauji, Bhaai Lal Singh Dhanaula, and Ustad Jaswant Singh Bhaura. Bhai Hardeep Singh's music style is classical vocal, and he is proficient in various forms of classical music, including Dhrupad, Dhamar, Khayal, Thumri, Tappa, Chaturanga, Tarana, Sargam, Ragasagar, and Hori. He currently resides in the USA. Bhai Hardeep Singh Jawaddi Kalan started his career as a professional Gurbani singer in 1998 as a Hazoori Ragi in Kanpur. Later, he performed in various institutions, including Shahdara and Kalka Ji in Delhi. In 2001, he started teaching Gurbani music, and since then, he has taught numerous students. Bhai Hardeep Singh Jawaddi Kalan USA Wale is a member of the Jawaddi Kalan Jatha and performs with Bhai Manohar Singh on Tabla and Bhai Gurpreet Singh on side. Bhai Hardeep Singh Jawaddi Kalan has received several recognitions for his keertan seva in various countries and has recorded various CDs. His music style is a perfect blend of traditional and contemporary music. He also has a unique style of rendering shabads, which touches the hearts of his listeners. His dedication and passion for Gurbani music are evident in his soulful renditions of shabads. His music is a reflection of his love for Guru Granth Sahib, and he wants to spread the message of Gurbani through his music. Bhai Hardeep Singh Jawaddi Kalan's legacy in Gurbani music is a testament to his dedication and devotion to the Sikh faith.
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