Singer Harshdeep Kaur: I'm experimenting with cooking these days

With all of us adjusting to the new reality of quarantined life, most of the men and women working in the music and film industry have chosen different types of hobbies and pastimes.

Singer Harshdeep Kaur Whoever is completely into music is strict with his daily riyaz routine. I am at home with my family and together we do all the housework. I do my riyaz and I'm also working on new songs. I'm also experimenting a lot with cooking, says the singer who has given us melodious numbers like 'Dilbaro' ('Raazi'), 'Nachde Ne Saare' ('Baar Baar Dekho'), ' Zaalima '(' Raees') 'Heer' ('Jab Tak Hai Jaan') and others.

With the crown epidemic in mind, Harshdeep urges her fans: I am so grateful for all the love my fans give me for my music. I urge everyone to stay home and help stop the spread of the coronavirus.

Make the most of this time and learn something new.

Harshdeep has recently presented a meditative chant 'Om Namah Shivaaye'. It is a beautiful concept for Puneet Chawla and the music is made up of Rajshree Agarwal: Since it is very relaxing and divine to listen to, it has the power to heal and bring the listener to a very calm and positive state. I really had a wonderful experience while recording the songs. The poetry of this song is written by Vishal Agarwala and portrays the power of connection in life through Lord Shiva. Music adds to the full feel of this special tribute to our Lord-Shiva.