Govind Man Shrestha

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Musical artist

Govind Man Shrestha (February 1938 – March 2008) was a Bhajan singer, lyricist and composer. Born in Kathmandu, Nepal, he began singing on Radio Nepal's Nepal Bhasa/Newari Language program in 1958. He founded a music trust, Govind Jamuna Cultural Music Trust, in 1999 that provides financing to hospitals, Bhajan singers and social organizations. Govind Man Shrestha has promoted new singers, musicians and models, and his music has been released in various formats. He has also provided music translation services, and his songs are popular in Nepal.


  • "Pulu Pulu Swoya"
  • "Krishna Murari Bhajan Garau"
  • "Kali Aama"
  • "Jay Ambe Gauri"
  • "Om Namo Shivaya"
  • "Ram Mero Ram"
  • "Om Har Har Mahadev"
  • "Hey Manav Shuva Karm Garau"
  • "Jay Guru Ganapati"
  • "Bhagban Mrityu Deu Malai"
  • "Jivan Bhar Moh Jaal ma"
  • "Ram Ram Sai Ram"
  • "Meri Maya (written by National Poet Byakul Maila)


He has received many letters of appreciation:

  • Gorkha Dakchhin Baahu from former King Gyanendra
  • Appreciation letter from Radio Nepal
  • Appreciation letter from Chhetrapati, a free clinic for the poor


  • National Nepali News Daily, February 4, 2008
  • National Nepali News Daily, December 24, 2007
  • Kamana Nepali Film Magazine, Volume 48, 2003
  • Kamana Nepali Film Magazine, Volume 28, 2004
  • Annapurna Post Nepali News Daily, January 6, 2008
  • Annapurna Post Nepali News Daily, January 27, 2008

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