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Renowned Ghazal Maestro Pankaj Udhas Passes Away at the Age of 72

26 Feb,2024 05:59 PM, by: Super Admin
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Celebrated Ghazal singer Pankaj Udhas was born on May 17, 1951, in Jetpur, Gujarat. With a career spanning several decades, Udhas has made significant contributions to the world of Indian music.


Pankaj Udhas was born into a family of musicians and raised in Mumbai. His musical journey began at a young age, inspired by his family's love for music.


Udhas gained prominence in the 1980s and 1990s, becoming one of the most celebrated Ghazal singers in India. His soulful renditions and emotive performances earned him widespread acclaim. Some of his most popular Ghazals include "Chitthi Aayi Hai," "Jeeye To Jeeye Kaise," and "Na Kajre Ki Dhar."


Pankaj Udhas has received numerous awards for his contribution to music, including the prestigious Padma Shri, India's fourth-highest civilian award, in 2006. His albums have sold millions of copies, and he continues to be a revered figure in the Indian music scene.


Pankaj Udhas' distinctive voice and poignant lyrics have left an indelible mark on the world of Ghazal music. His songs, characterized by deep emotions and poetic expressions, continue to resonate with music lovers worldwide.


Beyond his musical accomplishments, Pankaj Udhas is known for his philanthropic work and contributions to various charitable causes.


In a statement, the singer's family said, "With a very heavy heart, we are saddened to inform you of the sad demise of Padmashri Pankaj Udhar on February 26, 2024, due to a prolonged illness.”


As a versatile artist and a cultural icon, Pankaj Udhas will remain a beloved figure in the hearts of music enthusiasts globally.



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