Lal Prateek Singh Sang Ghazals For 61 Hours: Lal Prateek Singh of Bihar has set a new record in Ghazal singing. Prateek Singh, who has been singing Ghazal for 61 consecutive hours, has registered his name in the India Book of Records, setting a unique record. Prateek Singh hails from Madhavpur village on the banks of Ganga in Khagaria, Bihar.
In the district’s auditorium of Shri Krishna Vidyalaya Nayagaon, the discussion of this young singer has been all around for 61 hours without getting tired.
Lal Prateek Singh Sang Ghazals For 61 Hours
Confirming this, Dharmendranath, the judge of the Bihar chapter of the India Book of Records, has said that he should be present in the auditorium of Shri Krishna Inter School from beginning to end during the singing of Ghazals. He said that no ghazal was sung again. Prateek sat from 4 pm on 5th November and sang till 5 am on 8th November. During this, Pratik presented 427 Ghazals in 61 hours. After which, his name was recorded in the India Book of Records.
Malik Prateek, of brilliant voice, says that this new record has been made in the India Book of Records. They want to give a new dimension to Ghazal singing. Dharmendranath, who was present on occasion, said that there is no talent shortage in the villages. If you get the stage, you will now show your talent. While praising Prateek, he noted that Prateek’s voice is velvet. Ghazal singing skills. They will do better going forward. At the end of the program, Prateek was awarded a medal and a citation.