Satwinder Bitti

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Satwinder Bitti
ਸਤਵਿੰਦਰ ਬਿੱਟੀ(
Birth name Satwinder Kaur Khaira
ਸਤਵਿੰਦਰ ਕੌਰ ਖਹਿਰਾ
Born 29 November 1975(age 39)
Genres Folk, Bhangra
Occupation(s) Singing, Musician

Satwinder Bitti (Punjabi: ਸਤਵਿੰਦਰ ਬਿੱਟੀ) is a Punjabi singer of Punjab, India.[1] [2][3] She was a national-level hockey player and later adapted singing as profession. In 2011, she judge a singing reality show, Awaaz Punjab Di, by a Punjabi TV channel mh1.[2]

Early life[edit]

Bitti was born on 29 November 1975,[1] in a Punjabi Sikh family, to father S. Gurnaib Singh and mother Gurcharan Kaur. Her father, a retired from PWD, Patiala, was also have an interest in music and taught her the basic of music. She used to sing religious songs on different devotional functions and thus started singing at a very early age of five.[1] She is the fan of singer Lata Mangeshkar and later, took singing as profession and release many religious and folk albums. She had done her BSc. (non-medical) from MCM DAV College, Chandigarh and was national-level hockey player.[1]

Personal life[edit]

She had two brothers and got married to Kulraj Singh Grewal, an American citizen, on March 8, 2007.


She started her singing career with album, Pure Dee Hawa. ₳฿


  1. Pure Di Hawa
  2. Ik Vari Hass Ke
  3. Nachdi De Siron Patase
  4. Chandi Dian Jhanjran
  5. Nachna Patola Banke
  6. Dil De Mareez
  7. Giddhe Ch Gulabo Nachdi
  8. Mar Gayee Tere Te
  9. Main Ni Mangna Karauna
  10. Nachdi Main Nachdi
  11. Pardesi Dhola
  12. Sabar
  13. Khand Da Khedna
  14. Ve Sajjna


  1. Dhann Teri Sikhi
  2. Roohan Rabb Dian
  3. Nishan Khalse De
  4. Mae Ni Main Singh Sajna
  5. Singha Sardaran Da


  1. ^ a b c d "A star-studded affair". News in English (Patiala). The Tribune. November 30, 2009. Retrieved July 17, 2012. 
  2. ^ a b "Auditions held for Awaaz Punjab Di". News in English (Amritsar). The Tribune. October 4, 2011. Retrieved July 17, 2012. 
  3. ^ "Satwinder Bitti". Retrieved July 18, 2012. 

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