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When I decided to begin teaching I wanted to try and follow in the footsteps of those who were able to show that learning gurbani sangeet should be about more than just music. Through the process of learning and through the content itself, one's life should be enriched in all areas. I have been lucky enough to learn from teachers who inspired values and personal change in me.

In 2020 I decided to make it my mission to help preserve and propagate the Gurbani Sangeet tradition of which I have had the good fortunate to be a part of. Throughout my journey, I have sought out Ustaads who have given me the unique opportunity to not only sing and revive ancient documented Shabadh Reets, but to be able to pass this priceless aspect of Gursikh heritage and culture on to future generations.




My formal musical journey began at the age of 7 through tabla, under the loving guidance of Bhai Gurmit Singh Virdee Ji of the Punjab and Banaras Gharana. 


After their passing my percussive journey continued with Ustad Gurmit Singh Ji's student, Ustaad Harkirat Singh Ji (Founder of Chakardar), and then Ustaads Narinderjit Singh Ji and Surdarshan Singh Ji from 2010 -2017

My learning under Ustaad Kirpal Singh Panesar Ji began. I studied Dilruba and Gurbani Kirtan, specifically the traditional style of Gurbani Kirtan as sung by Gursikh Ragis and Rababis.



Through my vocal ustaad, Shri Mukul Kulkarni Ji, I have been trained in the Gwalior and Agra Gharana of vocal music.
The Gwalior Gharana traces its lineage back to the time of Guru Nanak Dev ji while the Agra Gharana is noted for maintaining its roots in the Drupadh tradition, which was primarily the style kirtan was originally performed in. It has been with this insight into the inner workings of vocal technique, raag structure and various musical genres that I have been able to do further research into the ancient Shabadh Reets that date back to the time of the Gurus.


I continued my study of the Jori with Bhai Baldeep Singh Ji, head of the Punjab Baaj (style of playing). 



We aim to familiarise and expose the Sikh community, as well as individuals from diverse backgrounds, to the rich tradition of Gurbani Sangeet. By showcasing the beauty and depth of Gurbani Sangeet, we inspire a profound appreciation and understanding among listeners, encouraging them to engage with this musical heritage.


Education forms an integral part of our mission to revive and sustain the rich heritage of Gurbani Sangeet. We are dedicated to teaching and passing on the this sacred musical tradition to the next generation. Through private and group lessons, workshops, and online learning opportunities, we empower individuals to learn, practice, and excel in Gurbani Sangeet.


Our aim is to ensure that these traditional gurbani sangeet compositions and are within reach for anyone seeking to learn and engage with them. Whether through digital libraries, curated educational materials, or community programs we strive to make the wealth of Gurbani Sangeet knowledge available to a global audience.



To preserve and revive the rich tradition of Gurbani Sangeet through education, exposure, and accessibility


To foster a global community that deeply appreciates, values, and engages with the transformative power of Gurbani Sangeet. We envision a world where the rich heritage and essence of this sacred music are preserved, revitalised, and celebrated, inspiring spiritual growth.

To foster a deep connection with Gurbani and recognise Kirtan's vital role in the spiritual journey of Sikhs. Through education, immersion, and accessibility, we empower individuals to embrace the transformative power of Gurbani Sangeet. 


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