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Chander Singh Rahi born Chander Singh Negi , 28 March — 10 January was a prominent folk singer, balladeer, musician, poet, storyteller, and cultural conservator from Uttarakhand , India. In recognition of his deep devotion to the music and culture of Uttarakhand, he has been described as the " Bhishma Pitamah of Uttarakhand folk music". Rahi learned the foundations of Pahari music, including age-old traditional songs, musical instruments, and the cultural practices associated with the music of the Himalayas , early in life. As a child, he accompanied his father on traditional musical instruments, including the thakuli, the damru, and the huruki. His was the first Garhwali voice to be heard on the radio. Rahi sang more than songs in the Garhwali and Kumaoni languages. His work was available on more than audio cassettes.
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