Rahgir Live

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Born
Sunil Kumar Gurjar

(1993-05-18) May 18, 1993 (age 27)
Sikar, Rajasthan
NationalityIndian
CitizenshipIndia
EducationBachelor's degree in Electronics and Communications
Alma materLovely Professional University, Punjab
Occupation
  • Singer
  • Songwriter
  • Music composer

Sunil Kumar Gurjar (born 18 May 1993), popularly known as Rahgir, is an Indian singer, songwriter, and music composer.[1] Born in Sikar, Rajasthan, Rahgir gained recognition from his original compositions on YouTube. Rahgir have also traveled across India and performed in numerous colleges, schools and streets.[2][3][4]

Life and career

Rahgir was born and raised in Khandela, Sikar and got his early education from Indira Senior Secondary School.[5] He obtained a Bachelor's degree in Electronics and Communications from the Lovely Professional University, Punjab. Rahgir worked as a Software Engineer for Accenture for 1.5 years before quitting his job and started out playing for local cafes and clubs in Pune and later started his own thing under his stage name Rahgir.[6] He gained popularity from his original compositions on YouTube that started getting him concerts all across India. Rahgir shot to fame with his song 'Maharana Ji' about the great warrior Maharana Pratap.[7] Since then, Rahgir has released several songs that gained him international recognition.[8][9][10][11]

Discography

Albums

  • Mere gaon Aaoge

Songs

  • Maharana Ji
  • Mere Gaon Aaoge
  • Bhai Rahgir Yeh Hum Kaunsi Gaadi Pe Chadh gaye
  • Safar Safar Ki Baat hai
  • Joker
  • Baapu Ne bataya tha
  • Main Dekhun to 6
  • Jinke Pair hamesha
  • Baad hata den
  • Aalsi Dopahar
  • Kaisa Kutta Hai
  • Chaurahe Pe Jaake
  • Aadmi Chutiya Hai
  • Kahin Jaa Ke mar Jaao

In the media

              

References

  1. "Young musician to travel across 11 states to spread peace love and awareness". mid-day. 17 January 2018.
  2. "Rahgir, a travelling musician performs at Gyaan Adab". The Times of India.
  3. "किसी के लिए 'कबीर' तो किसी के लिए महज 'राहगीर'." Dainik Jagran.
  4. "Aahil | Celebrating Literature".
  5. "A Wandering Musician and Poet - Rahgir". LBB, Mumbai.
  6. Kantawala, Zainab (6 August 2018). "ONE MAN, A GUITAR AND AN UNENDING JOURNEY". Times of India.
  7. "Busk at Dusk". Helm of Eight. Retrieved 2020-08-11.
  8. "Rahgir reaches Lucknow on his Journey to spread Love and Peace". 16 February 2018.
  9. "Salon, With Rahgir The Travelling Bard". 7 June 2018.
  10. "Travel l Poetry l Music - by Rahgir at Viman Nagar, Pune". Events High.
  11. "Rahgiri Zindabad".

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