Anup Jalota is a Indian singer/musician, best known for his performances in the Indian musical form, the bhajan and the ghazal. India, officially the Republic of India (भारत गणराज्य inc-Latn Bhārat Gaṇarājya; see also other Indian languages) is a country A Bhajan is a type of Hindu Devotional Song, often simple lyrical and expressing love for the Divine. In Poetry, the ghazal ( Arabic / Persian / Urdu: غزل; Hindi: ग़ज़ल Turkish gazel) is a
He was born in Phagwara, Punjab and educated in Lucknow. WikipediaWikiProject Indian cities for details --> Phagwara is a city and a Municipal council in Kapurthala district in the north Indian Punjab (ਪੰਜਾਬ पंजाब pəɲdʒaːb is a state in northwest India. Lucknow is also a mansion in New Hampshire Lucknow ( लखनऊ لکھنؤ Lakhnaū) is the capital city of Uttar Pradesh He started his musical career as a chorus singer in All India Radio. All India Radio (abbreviated as AIR) officially known as Akashvani ( Devanagari: आकाशवाणी ākāshavānī ( Urdu: اکاشوانی
He is the son of Purushottam Das Jalota, a renowned exponent of the bhajan. A Bhajan is a type of Hindu Devotional Song, often simple lyrical and expressing love for the Divine.
His son Aryaman Jalota is a student and is studying in Mumbai. His brother, Ajay Jalota, is a well known Tabla player who currently resides in California. This article is about the Indian drum For the drum with the same name in Arabic, see Goblet drum.
Anup Jalota is usually backed by a santoor player, a dholak player, a sarod player, a sarangi player, a violinist, a sitar player, a tabla player and a guitarist. The Santur is a Persian hammered dulcimer similar to the Indian santoor. The Dholak ( Devnagari: ढोलक sometimes dholaki or in Suriname & Holland dhool) is a classical North Indian Pakistani The sarod is a stringed musical instrument used mainly in Indian classical music. The Sarangi ( Hindi The following lists of violinists are available List of classical violinists, names of great violinist from baroque era till 20th century The sitar ( Hindi: सितार Urdu: ستار Persian: سی تار) is a Plucked stringed instrument. This article is about the Indian drum For the drum with the same name in Arabic, see Goblet drum. A guitarist is a Musician who plays the Guitar. Guitarists may perform solo pieces or play with ensembles and bands of a wide variety of genres Some of his popular bhajans include: Aisi Lagi Lagan, Main Nahi Makhan Khayo, Rang De Chunariya, Jag Me Sundar Hai Do Naam, and Chadariya Jhini Re Jhini.
He can sing in 6 different languages. A language is a dynamic set of visual auditory or tactile Symbols of Communication and the elements used to manipulate them He has recorded over 1200 bhajans, gazhals and songs. He has performed over 4000 live concerts spread over 100 cities on five continents. In over 24 years, he has released more than 150 albums of bhajans and ghazals.
Anup Jalota had 58 certified gold and platinum records by 1989, which is more than Elvis Presley's 45.