Friday, October 28, 2016
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Babbu Maan
Babbu Maan, the only Punjabi singer who sings his own lyrics in his own great music. Babbu Maan is widely famous for his distinctive music and lyrics, at present he is one of the great Punjabi singers who has given a new trend to Bhangra Music. His sad songs are incredibly touching and urbane with the synchronized Punjabi music, as that no one else could create. Now he is entrenched Punjabi pop singer, composer, lyricist, playback singer and actor as well.

Babbu Maan was born in village Khant Maanpur district Fatehgarh Sahib of Punjab on 18 March, 1975. He was the youngest child among two sisters Rupi and Jassi and the only son of Babu Singh Maan (Senior). Babbu Maan was very much fond of playing music since his childhood. He first sang on stage when he was seven years old, during a school function in his village Khant. He would see everything with the eyes of music as even to play with pans to create rhythmic sounds. He learned how to write lyrics, at college (Punjab University, Chandigarh) when he was about 16, and all those circumstances were taking him to be a super star. After that he started singing and composing music and so on. Throughout his school life, he never strayed from his first love, music. He sang for mavi music recording studio and recorded his first album when he was only 23.

Sukhwinder is his favorite singer and he love to listen Sukhwinder. This is also known that the Babbu Maan love the houses and walls made by clay and straw (Kucche Ghar). will strive to be most comprehensive directory of Historical Gurudwaras and Non Historical Gurudwaras around the world.

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