Karna Das

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Karna Das
Birth name Karna Das Pariyar
Born (1974-09-24) 24 September 1974 (age 43)
Pokhara, Nepal
Occupation(s) Musician, singer-songwriter, record producer
Instruments piano
Years active 1997–present
Website

karnadas.com

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Karna Das , also known as Mr. Das, is one of the most prominent Nepali singers living and performing today. Mr. Das was born on 24 November 1974 in Pokhara. Das completed high school in 1993 and studied economics in college. Das was also the lead singer of the band Madhyanha. He started his singing career in 1997 with the first song "Jindagi Ko Ke Bharosa."

Mr. Das plays piano. He is inspired by Elton Jones, Richard Michael, Lata Mangeshkar, Jagjit Singh of India and Narayan Gopal of Nepal. He enjoys performing in front of large audiences. He strongly believes his mother is almighty. Most of his songs are heart touching and have high emotion.

Personal life[edit]

He is married to Sima Das.

Concerts[edit]

  • Machapuchre Music Contest-1997
  • Selected Best Male Singer of the year in Pokhara

Christmas Festival[edit]

  • Special Contribution of Gospel Song at Dharan, Sunsari, Nepal 1998
  • Special appearance as a singer at Beauty Pageant of Pokhara 1998
  • Performed in front of more that four thousand people at that Beauty Pageant Concert in Hong Kong
  • Performed in front of Nepalese and British Gurkhas living in Hong Kong on the occasion of Nepalese New Year 2001
  • Sister City Singing Ceremony
  • Performed on the occasion of recognition of the City of Pokhara in Nepal and Komagane of Japan 2001
  • 6Th Rodhi Saanjh in Japan
  • Performed for Nepalese working & living in Tokyo, Japan 2002
  • Performed for Nepalese and British Gurkha living in Great Britain (UK) 2003
  • Performed in Bangkok, Thailand for Burmese of Nepali origin 2003
  • Performed in Doha, Qatar with multi-stars from Nepal 2003
  • Karna Das Night . First Solo Concert in front of 1200 audience in Kathmadu, Nepal 2004 “Yeti Sanjh” in London UK
  • “Karna Das Night” In the aid to establish a Medical Poly Clinic in Pokhara 2005
  • “Karna Das Night” in Pokhara. To raise fund for Landslide Victims of Mid western Nepal 2006
  • Participated and performed at the National Industrial Trade Fair in Pokhara, Nepal. 2006

Awards and achievements[edit]

Year Host Award Notes
2054 B.S. Machhapuchre Music Best Band, Best Vocal, and Best Lyrics for song Jindagi ko ke Bharosa
1997 Carlsberg Music Best Vocal & Best Lyrics for song Jindagi ko ke Bharosa
2055 B.S. Hit FM Music Record of the Year for song Jindagi ko ke bharosha
2055 B.S. Hit FM Music Best Performance by Group or Duo for song Jindagi ko ke bharosha
2056 B.S. Hit FM Music Best Performance by Group or Duo for song Anaoutho byetha bhyecha
2002 Sanmigal Music Best Male Vocal (pop) for song Eklo raat
2058 B.S. Hit FM Music Best Male Vocal Performance for song Byerthai feri
2059 B.S. Hit FM Music Best Male Vocal Performance for song janmida Eklai
2003 (2059 B.S) Machhapuchre FM Best Male Vocal Performance for song Soonsaan Raat
2003 (2059 B.S.) Machhapuchre FM Best Song of the Year song Bistarai chayo
2003 (2060 B.S.) NEPAL JCI ( Jaycees) Youth of the Year in Arts
2003 (2060 B.S.) Boston College of London Longtime Outstanding Nepalese Singer International recognition
2060 B.S. Hit FM Best Male Vocal Performance for song Timro mero sambandha ko
2060 B.S. Hit FM Record of the Year for song Thula Thula mahal hoina
2004 Image Best Vocal Performance
2005 Chinnalata Music Melodious Voice of the Year
2006 Image Best Vocal Performance

Discography[edit]

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