Stanzin Edzes

In this era, Kashmir is witnessing a revival of the band culture in music, along with new starlets coming to the big stages, delivering nothing but absolute perfection with their musical abilities.

From last one decade, the Internet in Kashmir has changed the way music is heard and shared anywhere in the world. In Kashmir, the change is more profound for lack of concerts, gigs and an organized music industry. Rarely a musician or a band gets a chance to perform on stage. If any such chance arises, usually it is the events sponsored by the government.

After producing many artists from last almost ten years, recently, an 11-year-old girl, Stanzin Edzes, from Ladakh has made it to a singing reality show called “Love Me India”. Edzes currently is expecting a support from her state to make her get succeed in the show. Edzes, a new singing sensation is a sixth class student from Ladakh. She is born to a Kashmiri Mother Pinna Ji and Ladakhi father Tsewang Dorjee –Rishab, both from the musical background and currently staying in Duggar land of Jammu.

Edzes sings in all the three major languages of the state viz Ladakhi, Dogri and Kashmiri and has already won hearts through various

Edzes, also known as Barbie, has received lavish praise from the people and from adjudicators of the show as well. Edzes is the only second singer from the State after Qazi Tauqeer who has reached the top 10 stage in this prestigious.

The social media users of the state, especially from Ladakh, have posted her news of being in a top list and she needs the support by voting her on Saturday, October 20 at 9 pm to help her achieve the goal of making it to the top by winning the Battle Round on & TV.

Many organizations and students have also been campaigning individually for her while local literary and cultural clubs have also joined the fray to help the daughter of the soil win the show.

The social media users believe that it is a proud movement for the state and everyone should come forward for the support.

Earlier, many artists have represented Kashmir in the Bollywood industry; the artists include Qazi Touqeer-the champ of a singing reality show called Fame Gurukul. He collaborated with fellow contestant Ruprekha Banerjee and the duo released their first album in 2005. Mir Sarwar, a 30-year-old Bollywood actor, who has done many films, including Kabir Khan’s Bajrangi Baijaan and Phantom. A young female artist Zaira Wasim and many more from the valley are getting vital attention from the industry.


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