“Tumko dekha yeh khayal aya, Jindegi Dhup Tu Guna Saya. Tum chale jaoge to sochenge, Hamen Kaya Khoya, and Hamein Kya Paya. ” Jagjit Singh’s voice was fluttering in front of the ear when Gajal was raised. It would not be a mistake to compare his movement with the river bend with ‘Barryton Voices’. Today is the birthday of the late ghazal emperor Jagjit Singh. Although he is not physically present in humans, he is alive in the history of Gazal. He is living in many songs, many tunes.
Jagjit Singh was born on February 8, 1941 in a family of Sriganganagar in Rajasthan. He was born in a music family. So, in his blood, he also had music in his blood. From his father, he started his music from his father. Then, in 1965, he came to Mumbai. He came in 1967 to meet Ghazal Gayika Chitra. Jagjit Singh, who was tied with tunes and marriage after two years with that picture. After that, two people started playing in the singing world. Together they sing songs of many songs. Then one child is two But Jagjit-Chitra’s only son died in a car accident in 1990. The boy was 18 years old. Unable to cope with the death of the son, he took away himself from the music world.
But the song does not stop the song Jagjit Rather, he continued to grow more and more emotion in his songs. He then hit his first album too. In the world of the world, he brought a new twist in the world. When he began to sing in the film, the ordinary people, who did not listen to ghazals, they started listening to ghazals.
He made about 150 ghazal songs albums. While singing in the film, he is not a playback singer, but as a singer, Ghazal is famous among the people. On 10th October 2011 the tone of the ghazal emperor ceases forever. He left the last breath in Mumbai’s Lilabati hospital.
(Autmatic Machine Translation)