The album, Guru Ramdas Rakho Sarnai is a compilation of Shabads performed by Late Bhai Kishanpal Singh Ji which, when heard, has always left the audience spellbound. The melody of the Shabads and the tonal quality of the artist transports the listener to the ancient times. The style of Puratan Keertan is true to its origin of Temple, the times of the fourth Sikh Guru: Shri Guru Raam Das Ji.
His voice carries the originality of the Puratan Keertan style of Gurbani singing. This album was recorded in New Delhi. Such was the atmosphere in the studio that Pop Icon Daler Mehndi (nephew of Late Bhai Kishan Pal Ji) couldn’t resist and an impromptu jamming session ended up into a soulful live album titled “Sabhae Jee Samaal”.
Bhai Kishanpal Singh Ji shot to fame with the Shabad “Baba Nanak Dukhiya” in the movie Kohraam. He boasts of a family background rich in Gurbani recitation. His Grandfather, Sant Baba Ranjot Singh Ji of Nanakana Sahib, was a great Saint and a renowned ragi of his times who learned music from Mahant Gajj Singh Ji. Bhai Kishanpal Singh’s Father, Bhai Jaswant Singh Ji was a maestro of Dilruba, an instrument of its kind. He was a shagird of Ustad Barkat Ali Sahab and was the one to lay the foundation of the first Gurudwara “Jor Waru” in Malaysia in 1928. Bhai Kishanpal Singh Ji’s uncle Bhai Pal Singh was also a famous ragi & was a disciple of Ustad Ashiq Ali Khan Sahab. Gurbani recitation is Bhai Kishanpal Singh Ji’s legacy and he is well versed and talented like his ancestors.