Chandan Dass

Chandan Dass


Biography

Chandan Dass is an Indian Popular Ghazal Singer. He was born on March 12, 1956. Chandan is living in New Delhi, India.

Early Life

Chandan Das was born in New Delhi, India on March 12, 1956. Chandan Dass started singing form at the age of 8. His first Guru was Ustad Moosa Khan, He is also trained in Classical Music under Pandit Mani Prasad of Delhi.

Career

Chandan Dass started his career from performing in Doordarshan, India's National Television Network in serial Sugam Sangeet in 1980 along with Penaz Masani, Raj Kumar Rizvi, Rarjendra Mehta and Neena Mehta.

His first album was released in 1982 when Talat Aziz discovered and Introduced him to Music India Ltd. His first album was an Instant hit, which encourage him to released many more albums and cassettes. After that he started composing music for his albums and along with singing, and he is also sung for many popular Tv serials and films.

His proficiency in his singing talent achieve them many awards in his career. His album Deewangi was a trendsetter apart from being one of the most popular ghazal singer in recent times, he is also composing music for Bollywood Movies.

Chandan is also given all over india's performances and also in abroad such as he is also toured the world for renditions and aslo performed in a Live Concert in Netherland, Recently he was Chief guest at the five days Inter faculty youth festival and cultural fest Spandan 2013 of Banaras Hindu University held in February-March 2013.

Discography

Albums

  • Introducing... Chandan Dass
  • Kitne Hi Rang
  • Ghazal Usne Chhedi (Vol 2)
  • Inayat
  • Deewangi
  • Shree Ram Bhajan
  • Aarish (Vol 2)
  • Guzarish
  • Nishaniyan

Ghazal's

  • Woh Chandan Ka Badan
  • Haalat Maiqade Ke
  • Dhoop Bhari Chhat Pe
  • Chalte Chalte Paon
  • Teri Bewafai Ka Shukriya
  • Wo Dil Hi Kya Tere Milne Ki Jo Dua Na Kare
  • Koi Halchal Na Sada Hai Mujh Mein
  • Mere Ram Tera Naam
  • Peji Koyi na Nishani
  • Khelne Ke Vaaste
  • Halat-E-Mai-Kadey
  • Chehron Pe Tabassum

Awards

  • Best New Ghazal Singer in 1983
  • The Best Ghazal Singer for Deewangi in 1993.


Categories

  • Gazal Singers

 
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