Pankaj Udhas Death: ‘His demise is a big loss for the music world’, CM Kejriwal expressed grief over the demise of Pankaj Udhas.

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Pankaj Udhas Death: ‘His demise is a big loss for the music world’, CM Kejriwal expressed grief over the demise of Pankaj Udhas.

Pankaj Udhas Death: The country’s famous ghazal singer Pankaj Udhas died on Monday at the age of 72. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has expressed grief over the demise of famous ghazal singer Pankaj Udhas. CM Kejriwal said that his demise is a big loss to the music world. He has posted regarding this on his social media handle.

His demise is a big loss for the music industry – Kejriwal

CM Kejriwal wrote in his post that the sad news of the demise of famous ghazal singer Pankaj Udhas was received. His demise is a big loss to the music world. May God give place to the virtuous soul at His feet. May the bereaved family and fans find strength to bear this loss.

Daughter gave information about death

Let us tell you that Pankaj Udhas’s daughter Nayab informed about her father’s demise by posting a post on social media. Pankaj Udhas’s ghazals were liked a lot in the country as well as abroad. She got recognition all over the world with the song ‘Chithi Aayi Hai’ from the film ‘Naam’ starring Sanjay Dutt in the lead role. Pankaj Udhas was awarded the Padma Shri by the Government of India in 2006. He received this award from the hands of the then President APJ Abdul Kalam.

Was born in Gujarat

Pankaj Udhas was born in a small village Jetpur in Gujarat. Pankaj, who belonged to a landlord family, was the youngest among his three brothers. His family used to live in Charkhadi, a town near Rajkot. Pankaj Udhas’s grandfather had served as the Diwan of Bhavnagar State of Gujarat. Pankaj’s father Keshubhai Udhas had retired from government job. Keshubhai Israj used to take great interest in playing.

Inspired by mother, interest in singing increased

Pankaj learned singing inspired by his mother Jitu Ben, because his mother was very fond of singing songs. Because of this, along with Pankaj, his brothers also had interest in music. Even before Pankaj became a ghazal singer, his two brothers Manhar and Nirjal Udhas had already made a name in the music industry. Seeing this, the parents got Pankaj admitted in the Music Academy located in Rajkot. After taking music education from here, Pankaj Udhas entered the field of ghazal singing.

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