Sanjeep Pradhan

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Born23 May 1974
Kathmandu, Nepal
  • Musician
  • singer
  • Songwriter
Years active1991–present
Spouse(s)Sarishma Amatya
  • Ganesh Bhakta Pradhan (father)
  • Lokeswori Pradhan (mother)

Sanjeep Pradhan (Nepalese: सञ्जीप प्रधान) is a Nepalese singer[1], songwriter, and performer best known for his hit songs Nasha bhitra[2] and Deurali ko chautari ma [3]. He started his musical career in 1991 when he was about 17 years old and has recorded more than 300 songs to date.[4]

Sanjeep was born in Newar people in Kathmandu, Nepal on 2031/2/10 BS (23 May 1974) to Ganesh Bhakta Pradhan (Father) and Lokeswori Pradhan (Mother). He completed his School Leaving Certificate (SLC) from Juddhodaya Public High School in 2046 BS (1990) and obtained a Bachelor's degree in Commerce from Public Youth Campus, Dhobichour, Kathmandu, Nepal.. He married Sarishma Amatya (singer/songwriter) in March of 2001.

Although Sanjeep Pradhan started his career in 1991, his famed rose only after he release Nasha Bhitra in 1995. Nasha Bhitra became an instant hit which made him a well-known Singer/Song Writer throughout Nepal. He started his musical career in reggae style music but later he his music was more based on folk genre as his voice was more suitable in that style.

Later he produces more hits like Deuraliko Chautarima, Siri ma Siriand many more.[5] Saneep also recorded songs in his mother toungue Nepal bhasa|Nepal Bhasa (Newari Language). Songs like Mohani Wola and Punhi ya Jaa were newari aka Niepal bhasa song that every one loved and hummed.

So far he had recorded more than 300 Songs and performed more than 600 stage shows throughout the world mostly in USA, Europe and Asia.[6][7]

Album Release date
NASHA BHITRA 1994 (2051 BS)
SIRI MA SIRI 1997 ( 2054 BS)
SANAI CHHANDA 1999 (2056 BS)
MOMENTS 2004 (2060 BS)
LUMANTI (Nepal Bhasha) 1996 (2053 BS)
TIKIJHYAA (Nepal Bhasha) 1997 (2054 BS)
CHHA LISE TAPAYEWAN (Nepal Bhasha) 2000 (2057 BS)
KULIN CHINA (Nepal Bhasha) 2001 (2058 BS)
CHHAGOO DEYYA LAYKOO (Nepal Bhasha) 2010 ( 2051 BS )
JIGU HWAGANGU SURUWA (Nepal Bhasha) 2015 (2071 BS )
PATHSHALA 2013 ( 2070BS)
Award Category Award Year
Nepal Bhasha best vocal/performance Award 1997 (2054 BS)
National Cultural Academy Award 2000 (2057 BS )


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  4. sanjeev_pradhan, retrieved 2020-06-11
  5. "Sanjeeppradhan | Nepal | Sanjeep Pradhan". sanjeeppradhan. Retrieved 2020-06-29.
  6. "The Wiki Encyclopedia for Everything". Retrieved 2020-06-29.
  7. "Sanjeeppradhan | Nepal | Sanjeep Pradhan". sanjeeppradhan. Retrieved 2020-07-01.

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