Don't miss Deedar Singh Pardesi's Live Concert on 1st April at the Mayfair Venue, East London. For tickets and information call Taari: 07961 38 77 87, Rashid: 07932 06 91 84 or Sandy: 07415 87 26 47.
In commemoration of 350th Prakash Divas of Guru Gobind Singh Ji, Pardesi Arts presents a Geet written by Diwan Singh which Deedar Singh Pardesi presented in his Golden voice at a Diwan Keertan in Nairobi. This Geet is also available on Album “Dasmesh Da Deedar” which can be availed on iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/dasmesh-da-deedar/id1072959289).
Deedar Singh Pardesi’s effective singing career started from the tender age of 14. His unmistakable voice was an instant hit with the public who were drawn to his clarity, deliberation of lyrics and heart touching melodies. “Tootte Dil Nahin Jurde”, “Goriye Ni Lae Ja Dard Wandake”, “Ah Bhi Ja Salma” and “Ayan Hoon Mehfil Mein Teri Dil Lutane Ke Liye” were some of his early outstanding hits and he was the first Asian Singer of East Africa to be approached by Philips Record Company to capture these songs on to Extended Play (EP) records.
Chaudvin Ka Chand was one of the numerous outstanding hits of Rafi Saab. Deedar Singh Pardesi had the honour of performing this song in front of Rafi Saab in 1961 at a special reception for Rafi Saab in Nairobi Kenya. On hearing the golden voice of Deedar Singh Pardesi, Rafi Saab came dashing to the stage and embraced him dearly and said “Khuda ne aap ko bahut achchhi awaaz di hai – aap yahan ke Rafi hain” From that time Deedar Singh Pardesi became known as “Mohd. Rafi of East Africa”. This was a milestone event in the singing life of Deedar Singh Pardesi – to this day Rafi Saab is his icon. God Bless the soul of the great Mohd. Rafi Saab – there will never be another versatile singer like Rafi Saab.Click here to watch the video for "Agar Bewafa Tujh Ko".
After several requests from fans across the world, Deedar Singh Pardesi's classic Album "Tootte Dil" is out now on iTunes! Enjoy these wonderful classics, digitally re-mastered.
A powerful ghazal album leaving the listener mesmerised by the meaningful lyrics, professional orchestra and unique, ever green voice of the one and only Deedar Singh Pardesi. A musical experience to be treasured. Available now on iTunes.
Wishing all the community best wishes on the Prakash Divas of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Deedar Singh Pardesi has released an outstanding and sentimental Keertan Album recorded in Kenya, depicting the phenomenal aspects and historic life of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Available now on iTunes.
"Ek Buta Ambi Da" is a milestone album of Deedar Singh Pardesi which captures the true essence of Punjabi folk music. You can now purchase the Album or individual songs on iTunes.
Maharaja Ranjit Singh (13th November 1780 to 27th June 1839) was the founder of the Sikh Empire, which came to power in the north of Indian sub-continent in the early half of the 19th Century. In the memory of this great Maharaja, Deedar Singh Pardesi presents an exclusive recording, depicting the life story of "Sher-e-Punjab". Click here to watch the video.
The living legend, Deedar Singh Pardesi, was honoured by Door Darshan Jalandhar for his dedication and contribution to the Punjabi Sahit and culture across the globe. The grand evening was televised live on Monday 13th October 2014 at the prestigious Door Darshan Jalandhar Studios. The evening was hosted by the Director of Door Darshan, Dr Gauri Dutt Sharma and compered by Gurbhajan Gill and graced by several other dignitaries. Click here to read the Full Story
The living legend, Deedar Singh Pardesi, was awarded by Punjabi Circle International for his lifetime dedication and contribution to the Punjabi heritage and culture back in East Africa, UK and world as a whole. Click here to read the Full Story
Deedar Singh Pardesi was presented with the Lifetime Achievement award by Ramgarhia Council UK (RCUK) on 27th May 2013..... Click here to read the Full Story
Veteran artiste Deedar Singh Pardesi and his wife Harbans Kaur celebrated their 50th Golden Wedding Anniversary on 19th January 2013. This short video gives a preview of the wedding that took place 50 years ago in Sikh Colony, off Desai Road, Nagara, Nairobi, Kenya.
Deedar Singh Pardesi was requested by Sikh Channel to help launch the channel in Kenya..... Click here to read the Full Story
Deedar Singh Pardesi was presented the Lifetime Achievement award by UK Bhangra Music and Dance Academy..... Click here to read the Full Story
Down memory lane with Deedar Singh Pardesi ..... Click here to read the Full Story
Deedar Singh Pardesi recognised by the House of Commons for his contribution to the promotion of Panjabi Culture in Britain..... Click here to read the Full Story