Bhai Lakhwinder Singh (Hazoori Ragi Amritsar)
Bhai Lakhwinder Singh Hazoori Ragi is a renowned and respected kirtan singer at Darbar Sahib, Amritsar. His music style is Raag-based, which creates a unique and beautiful melody that enhances the spiritual experience of listening to Gurbani. He has released many CDs and VCDs with melodious recitals of Gurbani kirtan - making him popular among the kirtan loving community. Bhai Lakhwinder Singh has a vibrant voice that reflects his affection for the Guru and his undivided dedication and commitment to Gurbani. Although Bhai Lakhwinder Singh has a visual impediment, it has not hindered him from flawlessly performing his duty of performing kirtan at Sri Harmandir Sahib for many years now. He performs in a jatha (group) in the traditional format of three members with two harmoniums and rhythm provided by tabla. Bhai Lakhwinder Singh has an interesting background. He was born on 17 June 1969 in Majhiwada, Ganganagar Rajasthan and is now residing in Amritsar. His father, Saradar Saroop Singh, was a Pathi at a local Gurudwara and dabbled in Gurbani Keertan. Bhai Lakhwinder Singh started learning Gurbani at the age of 13 from Pandit Raghunath Sharma of Pathankot, and Prof. Gurdyal Singh, Patiala Gurmat College. Later, he completed Gurmat Education in 1989. Through his music, Bhai Lakhwinder Singh has made significant contributions to the Sikh community. He was employed as Hazoori Ragi Fatehgarh Sahib Sirhind from 1993 to 2006. He also teaches orphaned and poor students from time to time in Sri Guru Gobind Singh Pariwar Gurmat Sangeet Academy, Patiala. Bhai Lakhwinder Singh's legacy is one of commitment and dedication to Gurbani. He has won several awards for his contributions, including the PTC Award in 2022. He is active on social media and has many followers who enjoy his kirtan recitals.
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