Harbhajan & Gursewak Maan
Harbhajan Mann, born on 30 December 1965, in Khemuana, Bhatinda, Punjab, is a prominent professional Punjabi singer, actor, and film producer. He is known for his soulful voice and his devotion to Gurbani music. Harbhajan Mann was born into a family of musicians, with six siblings who were also involved in the music industry. His mother, Mata Dalip Kaur, was a great influence on him, motivating him to pursue his passion for music. Additionally, his brother, Gursewak Mann, is a singer and producer. Harbhajan Mann started his journey in Gurbani music at a local Gurudwara in his village. His talent was soon recognized, and he started his formal education under the guidance of music gurus like Baba Karnail Singh, Sheikh Hamed, and Bhai Balbir Singh Bandhu. His education and devotion to music led him to develop a unique style of classical and contemporary Gurbani music, reflecting his deep love and respect for the Guru. He started his professional career in Gurbani music in 1992 and has since then he has done three devotional albums with his brother. His music is a reflection of his spiritual teachings and his desire to spread the message of love and devotion to the Guru. He has also ventured into the film industry, producing and acting in Punjabi films that reflect his values and beliefs. Harbhajan Mann's music has reached a global audience, and he has been recognized for his contributions to the Punjabi music industry. He has won several awards and accolades, including the Punjabi Music Best Folk Pop Album award for his album "Mauj Mastian" and the Best Actor award for his role in the Punjabi film "Jee Aayan Nu." Harbhajan Mann's legacy in Gurbani music is rooted in his devotion to the Guru and his unique style of classical and contemporary music. His music has touched the hearts of many, spreading the message of love and devotion to Guru.
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