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Shane e Jalandhar(Hans Raj Hans)

Hans Raj Hans is a Punjabi singer born in a village called Shafipur near Jalandhar. He was born into a peasant family. He sings Punjabi folk, devotional and Sufi music but has also sung in movies and released his own Indipop albums. He has worked alongside other renowned artists such as the late Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, as seen in the movie Kachche Dhaage

Early career

During Hans's student days at Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar he won top University singing award continuously for three years in Punjabi folk singing. Hans was also awarded Punjab State Singer Award by Punjab Govt. Recently, Hans received the fourth highest civilian award of India Padma Shri Award for arts.


Hans is famous for his long golden curly hair and his classical variations in singing. His popularity started touching the sky when he sang 'Ni Vanjaaran Kuriey'. It was a culturally rich classical item and basically gave the taste of real Punjabi music to all Punjabis around the globe. A song written by famous Punjabi writer Mr. Jasvir Cheema 'Mera Dil, Mera Dil...'was also a unique song and Hans refined it with his classical touch of ....'ray ray saa saa ray ray saa saa....' first time in Punjabi folk songs history. Hans worked very hard to prove himself and raised himself to this level of a deserving singer. Nothing could divert his focus from singing even during tough times. He never gave up. There was no stopping for Hans after this and every single album was hit. He is a sufi singer of his times and has lived to his title by introducing his album 'Tera Ishq'. The list goes on and on for his hit songs. His album 'Gham' on prominent Punjabi writer Shiv Kumar Batalvi's songs is also a greatest hit of its times.

Sporting events

On 2 October 1997, Hans Raj Hans became the first Indian singer ever, to perform live to an audience at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, Pakistan. Hans RaJ Hans is the first Punjabi singer who has been awarded Padam Shri Award by President of India in 2008.


  • 2008 'Yaara O Yaara' (MovieBox/Planet Recordz/Speed Records)
  • 2007 'Wanjara' (T-Series)
  • 2003 'Tera Ishq' (Music Ticket)
  • 2002 'Ghama Di Raat'
  • 2001 'Sab Ton Sohni' (T-Series)
  • 2001 'Jhanjar'
  • 1999 'Chorni' (T-Series)
  • 1997 'Lal Garara'
  • 1994 'Mohabbat'
  • 1993 'Ishqe Di Barsaat'
  • 1992 'Jhanjaria'
  • 1992 'Aar Tutdi Naa Paar Tutdi'
  • 1990 'Tera Mera Pyar'
  • 1990 'Ashiqan Di Kahdi Zindagi'
  • 1990 'Waris Punjab De'
  • 1989 'Balle Ni Rahe Rahe'
  • 1987 'Ek Dang Hor Mar Ja'
  • 1983 'Jogian De Kanna Wich'

Sikh Devotional\Religious Songs\ Hymns

  • 2009 'Koi Aan Milavai' (featuring Sant Anoop Singh (Una Sahib Wale) & Bhai Maninder Singh (Sri Nagar Wale))
  • 2008 '300 Saala Hazoor Sahib' (T-Series)
  • 2006 'Bole So Nihaal' (Duo Collaboration with Sardool Sikander)
  • 2006 'Sikhi Diyan Shaana'
  • 2004 'Nikey Nikey Do Khalse' (T-Series)
  • 2003 'Wadda Mera Govind'
  • 2000 'Amritdhara'
  • 1997 'Mera Bajaan Wala Maahi'
  • 1991 'Patta Patta Singhan Da Vairi' (T-Series)