Kanth Kaler

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Kanth Kaler
Kanth Kaler at photo shoot
Background information
Born (1972-05-07) 7 May 1972 (age 42)
Nakodar, Jalandhar, Punjab, India
Genres Folk
Bhangra
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 1998 – present
Website http://www.kanthkaler.com

Kaler Kanth is a Punjabi singer, who is famous for singing sad songs. He belongs to Nakodar, Jalandhar district. His hit songs include Hun Teri Nigah Badal Gai, Dass Asi Kehra Tere Bina Mar Challea, Udikan, and Teri Yaad Sajna.

His original name being Harvinder Kaler, he changed his name after being advice by his spiritual Guru Baba Murad Shah to place the Kanth (voice) before all. He recorded his first album Hun teri nigah badal gayi with the help of famous lyricist Madan Jalandhari, who was really impressed by his voice.[1]

He would soon be singing for the Punjabi film Chhevan Dariya.

Albums[edit]

  • Fanna
  • Armaan
  • Tere Bin
  • Aadat[2]
  • Sadhra
  • Doriya
  • Intezar
  • Tu Chete Ave
  • Teri Yaad Sajna
  • Teri Akh Vairne
  • Dhol Janiya
  • Hun Teri Nigah Badal Gai
  • Pichhon Mukar Na Javi
  • Sad Songs - Vol. 9
  • Anmol - The Priceless
  • Daaru

Upcoming Albums[edit]

  • Armaan-the endless quest of love

Devotional[edit]

  • Kaashi Vich Rehan Walia
  • Meri Vasadi Paharan Wich Maaye
  • Sade Naina Vich Guru Ravidass Vasia
  • kaashi wale guru
  • Dhan Dhan Khalsa
  • Haq
  • Delhi - The Army Of 1984

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