song of Amer Gurung

February 26, 1938 – June 7, 2016) was a Nepalese arranger, artist, and lyricist. He additionally formed Nepal’s national song of praise, “Sayaun Thunga Phool Ka” Mahasangeetkar (the immense musician)[2] Amber Gurung was conceived in Darjeeling, India, where his dad, Ujir Singh Gurung, a previous officer in the British Indian Army, was serving as a policeman from Gorkha area, Nepal. His mom urged him to sing and form as a tyke, and he showed himself to play both Nepali, Indian and Western instruments.[3] He learned at Turnbull School, Darjeeling, where he had become hopelessly enamored with music singing Bible psalms.

In the 1950s, one of his imperative affiliations was with the Nepali artist Agam Singh Giri. He turned into the superintendent of Bhanu Bhakta School established by Giri and organized a music school, the Art Academy of Music, in the school’s premises. He recorded his well known melody “Nau Lakh Tara” (a tune about the sufferings of the Nepali diaspora in India) in the mid 1960s, composed by Agam Singh Giri. His understudies at his institute included performers and artists, for example, Gopal Yonzon, Karma Yonzon, Aruna Lama, Sharan Pradhan, Peter Karthak, Indra Gajmer, Jitendra Bardewa and Ranjit Gazmer. He acted as the Music Chief of Folk Entertainment Unit, Government of West Bengal, Darjeeling from 1962 to 1965. Here, he was banished from singing or recording melodies outside the unit. He moved and settled in Kathmandu, Nepal, in 1969.