|Bipul Chettri Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 7 in|
|Date of Birth||September 5, 1985|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Bipul Chettri is an Indian singer, songwriter, musician, composer, performer, and music instructor who has gained popularity with his Himalayan folk music with a contemporary touch. His discography consists of albums, extended plays, and tracks like Sketches of Darjeeling, Maya, Neela Akash, Gahiro Gahiro, Basant, Mughlan, Samaya, Teesta, and Aashish.
Kalimpong, West Bengal, India
New Delhi, India
Bipul Chettri studied at St. Augustine’s School in Kalimpong, Darjeeling. Afterward, he graduated with an LTCL (Licentiate of Trinity College, London) in Western Classical Guitar from the Trinity Music School of London.
Singer, Songwriter, Musician, Composer, Performer, Music Instructor
- Father – Nirendra Mohan Chettri (Musician, Composer)
Nepali Folk, Indie
5 ft 7 in or 170 cm
60 kg or 132 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
Bipul Chettri Facts
- He comes from a family of musicians as his grandfather was a poet and his grandmother used to play the sitar. Bipul’s father picked up his parents’ talents and used to perform in Darjeeling and Kurseong.
- His father passed away when Bipul was very young. He has credited his father for his interest in music and his decision to pursue a career in music.
- Bipul Chettri started performing at a young age and used to perform regularly in school.
- On July 25, 2014, he released his debut studio album titled Sketches of Darjeeling and it included the tracks – Wildfire (Dadhelo), Mountain High, Deorali Darah, Ram Sailee – Ode to my Father, Asaar, and Rail Garee. The album won the award for “Pop-Rock Album of the Year” at the Hero Hits FM 91.2 Awards.
- His 2nd studio album Maya was released on September 2, 2016, and it consists of the songs – Syndicate, Allarey Jovan, Mann, Nau Lakhey Tara, Mero Maya, Kahiley Kahi, Siriri, and Junkeri. The album was listed in the best-selling Indian independent music albums of 2016 list curated by The Daily Pao.
- Bipul Chettri released his 3rd studio album Samaya on May 22, 2021, and its tracklist includes Bhaans Ghari, Samaya, Katai Uslai, Naya Din, and Samsara.
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