Gurjot S. Kaler
Gurjot Singh Kaler is an Indian cop, writer, essayist and vocalist, who composed a top of the line book, New India – The Truth Reloaded in 2018. He is filling in as the Director of Police (SP) in Punjab Police and presently, he is in the Unified Realm, working with the Avon and Somerset Police force in the area of Advanced policing. He has composed and given voice for the melodies, My Legend Rancher and Dil Se Salaam, trailed by Bandeya, delivered by Times Music.
Early life and education
Gurjot was conceived and raised in Chandigarh, India. He has done a Graduate degree in Brain research from Panjab College, Chandigarh, and furthermore holds an Experts in Police Organization. Cleared Punjab Common Administrations Commission assessment in 2012 and was selected as Representative Administrator of Police (DSP). Additionally served in the Punjab Police’s knowledge wing.
In September 2016, Kaler made his music debut with a solitary My Legend Rancher, which portrayed the brutal real factors of ranchers in India, was generally welcomed. The track, My legend Rancher, was delivered on PTC in Walk 2017 and was likewise highlighted at the Sikh Focal point Film Celebration, California. In August 2020, his subsequent tune, Dil Se Salaam was delivered by Times Music under the name of Speed Records. Dil Se Salaam was a recognition for Indian warriors, and it was composed and sung by Gurjot himself while the music was given by Jaison Thind. He delivered his another single, named Bandeya, under the mark of Times Music and Speed Records.The track was formed by B Praak with verses wrote by Jaani and keeping in mind that impactful video was coordinated by Arvindr Khaira. It accumulated 3.1 million perspectives on YouTube as of September 2020.
His most memorable book, New India-The Truth Reloaded – was sent off in September 2018. In his book, New India: The Truth Reloade, Kaler has explored different worries, clashes and difficulties confronting India and put them in context. The book has been explored by different noticeable writers including Ruskin Bond, Shobhaa De, Rajdeep Sardesai of India Today and Violate Kumar of NDTV.
He scaled the Hurro Pile of Machaadhar scope of the Himalayas, which is arranged at a level of 14,500 ft in May 2019. In June 2020, Kaler directed a serene walk alongside a couple of Indians at the Trafalgar Square in the city of Westminster, Focal London. He requested the evacuation of sculpture of Henry Havelock and Robert Clive and raised the voice against racial segregation. A request was likewise recorded with the UK government. He performed 15,000 feet skydive to recognize crown fighters in September 2020.