Naad Yogi Gurnimit Singh


Gurnimit Singh is a 3rd generation Kirtan singer born and brought up in Chandigarh India and is now currently offering to the community in Vancouver Canada virtually and in person.

Bhakti Kirtan Training Programs take you on a journey that Gurnimit Singh has lived, learning all the essentials lessons from lineage holder teachers, Singh is determined to share these teachings to help practitioners evolve in the realm of Bhakti Kirtan. Bhakti means devotion and it touches every aspect of our existence. Mastering the art of Bhakti is breathing in the realm of love and growth. It is a hunger to learn and grow.

Learning to breathe MusicGurnimit Singh started his student journey with learning Tabla (drums) at the age of 8 years and by the age of 9 years he started taking vocal, harmonium & kirtan lessons from Professor Jabarjang Singh, head of music department in Patiala University. By the age of 10, Gurnimit Singh had started offering regular Kirtan Ceremonies to the community in big festivals under the supervision of his father Bhupinder Singh and teachers. At the age of 14 Gurnimit Singh started learning intense Indian classical vocals from Pandit Yashpaul, lineage holder of the Agra Gharana until the age. While receiving intense training from lineage holder teachers Gurnimit Singh also started intense studies of Scriptures and Ceremonies as part of the Kirtan family tradition. As a curious student, Gurnimit dived deep into the practice of Kundalini Yoga and is a certified Level 2 Kundalini yoga instructor.

- 25 years of learning Indian Classical Music
- Level 2 Kundalini yoga instructor
- Helped 91 unprivileged families in India by sponsoring their education and food supplies.
- Kirtan Tours around the world since 2009
- Honored by Various Charitable institutions for community services.
- 20+ Years of performance Experience
- Founder of Queer Kirtan. Supporting Brown LGBTQI community.
- 9 Years of teaching Experience.
- South Asian LGBTQI Kirtan singer
- International Retreats & Festivals

Gurnimit Singh is supporting the south Asian LGBTQI community by finding Queer Kirtan, to spread awareness and educate people on LGBTQI issues in the community that has been traumatizing the young youth. As a victim of homophobia since childhood, Gurnimit Singh is determined to spread awareness by holding space for Queer community in holy ceremonies in a safe and protected environment. Spiritual practices are an essential part for human spiritual and physical evolution, restricting someone based on their orientation is rejecting an individual of their basic human rights.