|Birth name||Inderjit Singh Kharal
ਇੰਦਰਜੀਤ ਸਿੰਘ ਖਰਲ
|Also known as||Inderjit Singh Hasanpuri
ਇੰਦਰਜੀਤ ਸਿੰਘ ਹਸਨਪੁਰੀ
August 20, 1932|
Akalgarh village, (now Ludhiana district) British Punjab
|Origin||Hasanpur, Ludhiana district, East Punjab (India)|
|Died||October 8, 2009
|Occupations||Songwriter/Lyricist, Producer, Writer|
Inderjit Hasanpuri (Punjabi: ਇੰਦਰਜੀਤ ਹਸਨਪੁਰੀ), also spelled as Inderjeet Hassanpuri, was a well known songwriter/lyricist, producer, and writer from East Punjab (India). He died on 8 October 2009 at Ludhiana.
Hasanpuri was born as Inderjit Singh Kharal on 20 August 1932, to father Jaswant Singh Kharal and mother Bhagwan Kaur, in the village of Akalgarh (his mother's village), Ludhiana district, Indian Punjab.
Teri Meri Ek Jindri
Sada Pind, Telefilm
Hassanpuri has written famous songs like ‘Kurti mulmul di, dhai din na jawani rehndi’ sung by ghazal singer Jagjit Singh while his wife, Chitra, gave her voice to Hassanpuri’s song ‘charkha mera rangla, vich sone dian mekhan, ne mein teno yaad karan, jad charkhe nu dekhan’.
Man Jeete Jagjeet
Dukh Bhanjan Tera Naam
Pappi Tere Anek
Choran Nu More
Jai Mata Di
Long da lishkara
Waqat ke Sehzade
Parchhaven, TV Serial
- Anshu Seth (08 Oct. 2009). "Inderjeet Hassanpuri dead". The Tribune (Chandigarh: www.tribuneindia.com). Retrieved 25 Feb. 2012. "Ludhiana, October 8
Inderjeet Hasanpuri, the maestro of Punjabi language who weaved words with pastoralflavour like "Sare pind ch puare paye, charkha mera rangla, Kurti malamal di, chareyan di joon buri……" bid final adieu to the world today. Hasanpuri was.."
- "Inderjit Singh Hasanpuri - Producer, Director, Punjabi Songwriter". Biographical article. www.ludhianadistrict.com. Retrieved 29 Feb. 2012.