Bhai Jasbir Singh (Paonta Sahib)
Bhai Jasbir Singh Paonta Sahib, a well-known name in the world of Gurbani music, hails from Dera Bassi, Mohali, Punjab. He was born on 15 February 1952 in Kalka, Haryana, to Late Giani Hakim Singh Ji and Late Sardarni Prem Kaur. Bhai Jasbir Singh's father was in the Akhand Kirtani Jatha Kalka, and he inherited his passion for Gurbani music from his father. Bhai Jasbir Singh Paonta Sahib began his musical journey under the guidance of Giani Dharam Singh at Gurudwara Singh Sabha Kalka. He also learned from renowned music personalities like Mohd Rafi, Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, and Mrs. Asha Bhosle during his stay in Bombay. He mostly attributes his success to God almighty. Bhai Jasbir Singh Paonta Sahib is a contemporary Keertan and Raag musician, specializing in classical, and semi-classical vocal music and harmonium instrumental music. He began his career as a professional Gurbani singer in 1979 in Paonta Sahib, and is known for his unique style and soulful renditions of shabads. Apart from his musical career, Bhai Jasbir Singh Paonta Sahib is also actively involved in teaching Gurbani music to underprivileged children through the Paonta Sahib Sewa Society. He has received numerous awards and recognitions for his exceptional contributions to the world of Gurbani music, including the Sant Sucha Singh Gurmat Sangeet Award 2016, Bhai Amrik Singh Zakhmi Award 2021, Kirtan Samrat Sant Sujan Singh Ji Award 2021, and President Award 2004 by Mr. Abdul Kalaam, among others. You can listen to Bhai Jasbir Singh Paonta Sahib's soulful renditions below, or check out his playlist on Spotify. His music is sure to transport you to a spiritual realm and leave you feeling peaceful and rejuvenated. The power of Gurbani is immense. It has the ability to heal, to uplift, and to connect us to our inner selves. As such, Bhai Jasbir Singh Paonta Sahib aims to spread the message of Gurbani through his music and touch as many hearts as possible.
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