Dr Ajit Singh Paintal
Dr. Ajit Singh Paintal was a pioneering figure in the world of Gurbani Kirtan, and his contributions to the field continue to be revered today. He passed away on 27 January 2012 at the age of 76, but his legacy lives on. He was a trailblazer in the field, earning the distinction of being the first person to receive a PhD in Gurbani Kirtan in 1971, although his dissertation was never published. He was known for his expertise in Raag and classical styles of Kirtan, and his teachings and performances were revered by Sikhs and music lovers alike. Dr. Paintal's passion for Gurbani Kirtan extended beyond mere performance, and he was known for his dedication to educating others about the art form. He shared his knowledge through speeches and discourses, which continue to be a source of inspiration and guidance for students of Gurbani Kirtan. Through the audio recordings available, listeners can experience the beauty and power of his music, as well as the spiritual wisdom that he imparted through his teachings. We encourage all lovers of Gurbani Kirtan to take the time to explore Dr. Ajit Singh Paintal's work and discover for themselves the depth and richness of his contributions to the field.
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