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His lockdown EP ‘Samaya’ is without doubt one of best collections of indie songs this year.
(Rock Street Journal)

A LTCL (Licentiate of Trinity College, London) Diploma holder in western classical guitar, he is also the first and only Nepali language singer/songwriter to have been endorsed by Epiphone Guitars (Gibson India). His music's popularity is evident on online social platforms and has received tremendous airplays across the world. He teaches music at the Vasant Valley School in New Delhi when he is not travelling to perform.

Bipul has over a 160 Million plays on his official YouTube Channel till date apart from a huge following on his Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages as well.


He has been a Voting member for the Recording Academy/Grammys for the year 2022-23 and continues to be so for 2023-24 as well.

He has toured and performed on multiple occasions in the USA, U.K., Canada, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Hong Kong, UAE and across cities in India and Nepal. 

He has also appeared at various music festivals across the world; the NH7 Weekender at Shillong, Pune, and New Delhi, Joon Festival in the U.K. at the Wembley Arena and Basingstoke, Momo Festival at Melbourne, Nepal Music Festival at Kathmandu, The Winter Festival in Darjeeling, Sikkim Winter Carnival at Gangtok, Maya Winter Festival in Sydney, ASEAN Music Festival at New Delhi, Udaipur Music Festival, North East Festival, Pine Tree Festival, Rongali Festival, Orange Festival, Yomgo River Festival, RSJ Massive Tour  and Ziro Music Festival in India to name a few.

"Chettri stands apart with an unpretentiousness that reflects the simplicity of mountain life. Eschewing studio over-production, his music has a rare transportable quality, and not just for the guileless singing or the effortless blending of instruments such as the Nepali sarangi"

(Live Mint)

Bipul Chettri

Bipul is a singer/songwriter from Kalimpong, Darjeeling, based in New Delhi.


Taking inspiration from the folk sounds of the Himalayas, his music is reminiscent of tunes and melodies long forgotten in the space of time. His melodies are rooted in the Himalayas and his lyrics are often inspired by the beauty of nature and life as such.


In the beginning of 2013, a song spread across the Internet like wildfire. Not surprisingly, it was titled ‘Wildfire/Dadhelo’. The response from the listeners and the rate at which the song ended up on everyone's playlist laid the foundation for the EP "Sketches of Darjeeling', released in July 2014.

Recorded between 2013-14, the album is a collection of songs inspired by life around the hills of Darjeeling, a small town that sits on the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas. Harmonically blending Nepali folk music with contemporary western musical elements, the songs have the rare quality of touching the pahari heart and transporting the listener to the land where the songs were born.


Maya, his second offering is a collection of songs and compositions that could only have come from a soul that is always roaming the hills of Darjeeling was released in June 2016.

“Maya”, as the name suggests, is about love. Love found, love lost, love given, love reciprocated, love imagined and, always, that love for the hills Bipul calls home. He has subsequently released 6 more singles, Gahiro Gahiro, Basant, Aashish and Teesta, Mughlan and Neela Akash.

'Samaya' was released in 2021. It's an EP with a collection of five acoustic songs almost entirely composed and written during the time when the world went into lockdown mode during 2020. He has recently released a single 'Salala' in Feb 2024.

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