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Hemant Chouhan of (Rajkot Gujarat) India gets Honoured for Singing folk and Devotional Songs

Hemant Chouhan of (Rajkot Gujarat) India gets Honoured for Singing folk and Devotional Songs
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Ujjain : Shri Hemant Chouhan has been has been included in world record for his matchless contribution in singing 8028 folk, Gujarati, and devotional songs for 38 years by World Book of Records, London.  

Under the gracious presence of guests Shri Hemant Chouhan has been bestowed with the certificate of honour by President Shri Santosh Shukla, Advocate (President, World Book of Records). On this occasion, Shri Vikram Trivedi (Prominent Educationist), Dr, Suchita Shukla (President, Alma Kids International Preschool), Shri Abhishek Nigam and other prominent personalities were present.

Significantly, Hemant Chauhan is a Gujarati writer and singer. He specializes in Bhajan, religious and Garba (a form of dance) songs and other folk genres. He received 'Akademi Ratna Award 2011' for his contribution to traditional folk music of Gujarat on 9 October 2012. He is frequently referred to as the Bhajan King of Gujarati Music, and is also considered to be one of the best singers of Sugam Sangeet.

Apart from this, Padma Shri Prahlad Singh Tipaniya of Madhya Pradesh, India has also been honoured for matchless contribution in folk singing of Kabir Bhajans in Malwi folk style incessantly since 40 years.

On being bestowed the certification by World Book of Records, London UK, Shri Hemant Chouhan  was congratulated by Shri Virendra Sharma (Member of British Parliament), Dr Diwakar Sukul (Chairman of World Book of Record London), and Shri Santosh Shukla, Advocate (President, World Book of Records, India).




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