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Parvati Khan Wikipedia
Parvati Khan (née Maharaj) is a pop singer and model, who sang the song Jimmy Jimmy Aaja in the 1982 Bollywood hit movie Disco Dancer, which won a Gold Disc award. Later, she also sang Khula Tala Chod Aayi after having won a nationwide talent contest in Trinidad and Tobago.
Parvati Khan (née Maharaj) was born in Trinidad and Tobago. At the age of 12 she had won a TV Talent Contest in Trinidad and Tobago. Later she studied in England to be a nurse. She's married to the Bollywood director and cinematographer Nadeem Khan son of Dr Rahi Masoom Raza and has a son named Jatin from him.
Parvati Khan is the Indian Pop Legend, Composer, Singer, Poetess, Model, Actor known for her work in Disco Dancer (1982), Love Love Love (1989) and Maa Kasam (1985). In year 2000, she made a presentation of her peace and unity compositions at global concert held at UNGA Hall, New York. From 2002 onwards she has taken to singing Bhajans devoted to Lord Shiva, Shirdi Sai Baba, Ma Amritanandamayi, and other Hindu Deities. She is globally acclaimed for her song "Jimmy Jimmy", which got prestigious 'Golden Peacock Award' by China.
May enough souls awaken the world over, so humanity may be restored on earth. Amen.
She stirred up significant controversy in India by offering prayers in Kashi Vishwanath temple, she admitted to having performed abhishek at the temple in Varanasi during Mahashivratri despite having been banned earlier from doing so due to opposition from the Shiv Sainiks in 2004. She has also embarked on a number of other projects including serving as a spiritual guru at the Tihar Jail, believing that she has been chosen as a peace envoy. With an intention to promote peace, unity, love and oneness, she has visited various prisons of India and held 'satsang'.
After years, Parvati Khan made her comeback in singing upon personal invitation made by -Bappi Lahiri for his programme held at Shanmukhanand Hall, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India on 2nd June, 2017.