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Diship Garg (born 30 August 1996) is an Indian singer. He was born in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh. Beginning in 2008 he worked for production houses including T-Series, Ambey, Twelve Strings Production etc, Channels named Sanskar, Saarthi, Bhakti Sagar, Subharti etc. He wrote a book named Music-The Mirror of the Soul published by Kanishka Publisher on music and its impact on the public sphere.
He was born 30 August 1996 in Ghaziabad (U.P). Diship started his music career at age 7 as a devotional singer. He started learning music in school. His family used to chant Ganesh Vandana while commuting. His mentors include Preeti, Lalit Sharma, Sarvesh Sharma and Ashwani Sharma. He studied under Lt. Sh. Ravindra Jain ji and Bhajan Samrat Sh. Anup Jalota ji.
He completed his Masters in Public Policy from St. Xavier's College, Bombay and is pursuing Masters in Economics from Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU). He has a B.A. (hons) in Economics from Delhi University, B.A. in Music (Visharad) from Pracheen Kala Kendra, Chandigarh and B.A. in Music (ongoing) from Prayag Sangeet Samiti, Allahabad. He has a diploma in mass communication from Delhi University. He topped his college of Delhi University in Economics.
He signed with T-Series, producing 7 albums, from 2008 through 2014. He was associated with Sanskar TV in 2008. He sang many albums for Ambey Bhakti. He moved to Twelve Strings Productions and released 8 tracks. His devotional music videos feature regularly on Saarthi TV. He is a registered singer and composer in Bollywood, Singers Association and the Music composers Association of India.
His book Music-The Mirror of the Soul mainly explores how the public place is affected by music, spanning biology, culture and healing that directly or indirectly affects the public sphere.
- "India’s Youngest Devotional Singer" by the prestigious India Book of Records in 2008.
- Agra Vibhushan Award Awarded by Shri. Hamid Ansari (Former Vice-President of India)
- Welcomed by Shri. Rajnath Singh (Union Minister for Home Affairs and Defence Minister
- Meri Dilli Award Awarded by Smt. Sheila Dixit (Former Chief Minister, Delhi)
- Awarded by Shri. Harish Rawat (Former Chief Minister, Uttarakhand
- Awarded by Shri. BC Khanduri (Former Chief Minister, Uttarakhand)
- Awarded by Shri. Ramesh Pokhariyal (Former Chief Minister, Uttarakhand)
- Invited by the former Government of Sri Lanka (2009) to perform at “Bhajan Sandhya” in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
- Shyam Ji Ka SMS released with T-Series
- Shyam Kaisi Thani Re with T-Series
- Mai Pagal Ho Gayi Shyam with T-Series
- Na Radha Na Meeri Hun Main with T-Series
- Madhuban Ki Rani Shyam Ki Deewani with T-Series
- Bhaj Govinda Gopala with T-series.
- Prabhu Hum Bhi Sharnagat Hain with Ambey Bhakti
- Shri Kailash Darshan Avam Mansarovar Yatra with Ambey Bhakti
- Singer and vocal specialist with Twelve Strings Production
- Sanskar Channel
- Bhakti Sagar Channel
- Subharti Channel
- Judge in the reality show Bhajan IDOl