Uday Sotang

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Uday Sotang (Nepali: उदय सोताङ) is a well-known Nepali musician.[1] He has written and composed numerous songs, and sung many of them himself. Most of his songs have been rendered by his wife Manila Sotang.

Personal life[edit]

Uday Sotang is originally from Tukvar, near Darjeeling, India. He moved to Kathmandu to pursue his musical career in 1988.[2] Uday Sotang is married to Manila Sotang who is a Nepali singer. Their daughter Shreya Sotang is an upcoming singer who has already released an album.

Music[edit]

With more than 200 songs to his credit,[3] Uday Sotang is considered to be one of the popular and successful Nepali musicians. He is based in Kathmandu, Nepal. The husband-wife duo of Uday and Manila have produced more than 10 music albums. They have produced many albums under the name "U ani Ma" (U standing for Uday, meaning "the other person" in Nepali; and Ma standing for Manila, meaning "me" in Nepali).

Albums[edit]

  • Jhajhalko
  • Darpan
  • Muskan
  • Katha
  • Aatma Katha
  • Bhid Dekhi Bahira
  • Sandesh
  • Marma
  • Upama
  • Sambaad
  • Together (Hindi ghazal album)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Two's company | Entertainment". Ekantipur.com. Retrieved 10 March 2014.
  2. ^ "Uday Sotang". Melody Nepal. Retrieved 12 June 2014.
  3. ^ "Uday & Manila: Happily Ever After". Dreams Magazine. Retrieved 12 June 2014.

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