Gajendra Verma is an Indian composer and playback singer. His song “Emptiness” also know as “Tune mere jaana” got leaked on internet with a fake sympathetic story of a dying IIT student named Rohan Rathod and had instant liking by 3 million music lovers across the nation. Later on Gajendra filed a complaint claiming his right of the song. This became a big news and was covered by Hindusthan Times, Delhi.

Early Life and Education: Gajendra was born in Sirsa, Haryana. His father Surender verma was a Phd in Hindi literature, Lyricist, writer, teacher and also an actor. His mother Chand Verma is a home maker. Gajendra’s 3 elder siblings have a kind ear and heart for music.

When he was 11, his family moved to Jaipur, where Gajendra had his education from the Army School Jaipur. He ater did a 2 year course in Sound Engineering from Mumbai’s renowned SAE college. Post the course he has been teaching at SAE also.

Career: Gajendra started performing music on stage from the age for 3. Though he did not have any formal training in music but his origin of music was his father and brother. Who taught him the nuances of singing and art of music.Gajendra’s song “Emptiness” also know as “Tune mere jaana” got leaked on internet with a fake sympathetic story of a dying IIT student named Rohan Rathod and had instant liking by 3 million music lovers across the nation. Later on Gajendra filed a complaint claiming his right of the song. This became a big news and was covered by Hindusthan Times, Delhi.

Nevertheless this experience did not bog down the musicians spirit, he made many jingles and songs and is ready to launch his album with 7 refreshing song in the coming year including “Emptiness”. Gajendra experimented with different genres of music in this album from western to soft pop and not to forget light hearted Punjabi folk. All the 7 songs are composed, arranged and sung by Gajendra himself.

For more information about Gajendra Verma and his songs, visit to http://www.gajendraverma.com.

The content of this article is taken from Gajendra Verms official website.