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Prof Paramjit Singh

Professor Paramjeet Singh, born in Patiala, Punjab, India represents the third generation of musicians in his family. His father, Late Gyani Kripal Singhji was the first teacher of young Paramjeet and laid a solid foundation of Gurbani and Kirtan singing in him. Paramjeet’s elder brother Late Sardar Baljit Singhji, a disciple of Sri P.C. Shekharji (disciple of Ustad Bade Gulam Ali Khan Saheb, the doyen of Patiala Gharana)  further enhanced Paramjeet’s music. Dr. Ajeet Singh Paintel (disciple of Ustad Amir Khan Saheb) honed the young Paramjeet’s musical skills to perfection.  

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