- Balbir innocent was born on 30 December 1935 in the house of Ramlal and Dwarki Devi in the village Kotli Than in Jalandhar district.
- Many big singers sang Bhajans from Narendra Chanchal to Anuradha Paudwal Sonu Nigam Alka Yagnik Lata Mangeshkar
Jalandhar: World-renowned hymn writer Balbir Nirdosh died on Monday at the age of 84. He was ill for some time. Bhavir writer Balveer, known as Dhyan Bhagat of Siddha Shaktipeeth Maa Tripuramalini, has written more than 25 thousand bhajans and bhajans. Balveer Innocent has also written Chalisa, Aarti and Ardas in the court of Siddha Shaktipeeth Maa Tripuramalini. Bollywood has also been appreciative of the writings of Balbir Nirdosh of the city who created history by writing more than 40 Amritwanias.
This story is known about birth
Born in the village Kotli in the Jalandhar district, Balbir Nirdosh is also famous for his birth. On 30th December 1934, the city kirtan was being taken out at the festival of Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji in the village. Then a child fell from the roof in front of the palanquin and died. A member of the Ragi Jathe said that the house whose lamp is extinguished will definitely be happy after one year. Exactly one year later, on 30 December 1935, Balbir Nirdosh was born to Ramlal and Dwarki Devi. At that time his name was named Gobind Prakash. Later, a saint of Goindwal named him Balbir Nirdosh. When a drama meeting was formed in childhood, if some children were doing mischief, they would get beaten up. On this, one of his poet friends Surjit Singh Deepak gave him the name ‘Nirdosh’.
Wrote songs from films like Jai Baba Balak Nath and Jai Mata Chintpurni
On his birthday, Balveer Flawless told that in the year 1979, he wrote lyrics for the film ‘Jai Baba Balak Nath’ and in 1982 ‘Jai Mata Chintpurni’. These were voiced by Mohammad Rafi, Mahendra Kapoor, Narendra Chanchal, and Usha Mangeshkar. Balbir Innocent became friends with then-famous musician Surendra Kohli. He brought them to Mumbai. There he wrote lyrics for a few Hindi films but found nothing. Frustrated and returning, his friend Surendra Kohli held his hand. Meanwhile, Gulshan Kumar, the owner of the T-series company, offered Surendra Kohli to write religious songs for the three cassettes. For this, he gave responsibility to Balbir Nirdosh.
The pain was noticed in the gifts, Gulshan Kumar gifted the car
After the death of his wife in the year 1992, Balbir Nirdosh, who was struggling with poverty, wrote to Sonu Nigam for cassettes. In this, he recounted his pain with ‘If there is any time, Jagadambay comes to the house of the poor’. Gulshan Kumar also presented him with a car as a prize. He also joined him after the death of Narendra Chanchal’s Ustad Chaman Lal Joshi in 1993. For Narendra Chanchal, Balbir Nirdosh wrote many well-known offerings, including ‘Maa Ne Aap Sumna Hai Hoon Moujon Hi Moujan’.
This singer became the voice of Balbir Nirdosh
Not only Narendra Chanchal or Anoop Jalota but also Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhosle, Sadhana Sargam, and Anuradha Paudwal gave their voices to the hymns written by Balbir Nirdosh. Many others including Richa Sharma, Hariom Sharan, Usha Mangeshkar, Alka Yagnik, Mahendra Kapoor, Sonu Nigam, Mohammad Aziz, Manhar Udas, Sukhwinder Singh, Udit Narayan, Suresh Wadekar, Nitin Mukesh, Vipin Sachdeva, Shailendra Bharti, Milan Singh, and Rekha Rao Renowned singers have also sung hymns written by him. The famous singer Lata Mangeshkar, embellished with Bharat Ratna, had extracted the cassette ‘Jagrata’ of the gifts of only one mother in her life. All its 20 meetings were written by Balbir Nirdosh.