The 59 World Record Holder, Master Blaster – Global Lyricist and Novelist Dr.D.R.Upadhyay
D.R. Upadhyay, pseudonym of Dharmaraj Upadhyay is a well-renowned lyricist, socialist & the epitome creator of hundreds of classic Nepali songs & music, who has set the 59 World record. D.R Upadhyay is one of those rare people who has used his art for social reform. He has made various meaningful efforts to bring Nepali art and literature to the international level. Observing the diverse aspects of society, Dr. is a legendary lyricist who believes in dynamic social values. He is engrossed in the adoration of art and literature by successfully displaying his creative talent. Rich in multifaceted personality, Upadhyay’s fame as a lyricist is even higher. Considering art and literature as a mirror of society, his creations have a realistic presentation of the world of life.
Born in 1962 in Birgunj, Parsa district, Nepal as the youngest son of father Shiva Shankar Prasad Upadhyay and mother Umadevi Khanal Upadhyay. He was brought up in unadulterated rustic & vibrant Nepalese culture by his parents. He spent his childhood in rusticity, serenity & marvelous beauty of the Himalayan range: kaleidoscopic sunsets, beautiful skylines, surrounded by beautiful rivers: Sirsiya & Singaha which sow the seeds in him for the future artist. Passed the SLC level, from the village’s Tri-Juddha Vocational High School. After that, he entered Kathmandu for higher education and later reached India and even obtained a prestigious doctorate degree. From an early age, he had a wonderful disposition to observe every subject in a subtle way and to think about its various aspects in a fundamental way.
Art and literature are also said to be powerful means of expressing thoughts and feelings. With this belief, a different identity has been formed among the lyricists of Upadhyaya who are dedicated to art. Kuver Upadhyaya, a genius, has been writing poems, songs, and novels in the spirit of creation. When selflessness is absorbed in one’s deeds, one experiences special happiness. Creation inspired by latent intent and selfishness cannot touch the heart of the reader. Literary endeavor without thought is only a pretense. People are wandering around in search of happiness. But those who use the eternal source of happiness within themselves can get happiness from small things. Only after experiencing sorrow does one realize the true value of happiness. Great practice and hard penance are also necessary to create art. Stories of struggles in Upadhyaya’s life are also innumerable.
“I write songs and novels for the society, I write songs for self-satisfaction,” says Upadhyaya.
Upadhyay has set the highest world record in Nepali songs and music. Lately, he has set world records in 19 more genres related to music and so far he has set world records in a total of 52 genres. He has received Guinness Book of World Records, Book of America, Australia, London UK, and other world record certificates for his literary songs. American Book of Records, Asian World Record, Champion Book of World Records, World Talent Book, Everest World Record, European Record Book, URF World Record, Asian World Record, The British World Record, Wegd World Upadhyay. He also released 36 songs from seven-song albums at once.
Upadhyaya has published a 288-line song, a word for a boy and a word for a girl, in a postage stamp, conveying the social message of love, respect, care, a song in 12 foreign languages, protection, and treatment of both men and women. A song made about the names of prominent Nepali people, Sign language song, Akshar Akshar song in one male and another female voice,
A song composed in three octaves, a song based on the names of the climbers of Mount Everest, a song based on the name of the novel published in Nepal so far, the world’s highest peak The song, A world record for a song that uses the names of several trees and plants in one song.
A song made using the word heart many times in a song, the smallest songbook in the world (2 by 2 inches), the permanence of the same song, has succeeded in keeping. Of the 19 records recently added, Upadhyay composed songs in the name of tourist destinations in more than 150 countries, composed the shortest 18-letter song, wrote and released four songs in one day, composed songs in the names of the currencies of 175 countries.
He set a written record. He has also recorded songs with the names of 55 different flowers, the most frequently using the words mother and the most frequent use of the word’s “father” and the names of 164 species of birds in the world. His songs are more popular. The videos of Upadhyaya’s songs are equally excellent. World-renowned lyricist Upadhyaya has brought Nepali songs and music to the world market and has enhanced the pride of not only Nepal but also Nepal in all world records including Guinness Book and American World Book.
The great Dr. Upadhyaya viewed life as an excellent play of a creator, and he saw the same invisible power as the producer-director. Hope that his creations continue to get honors and awards throughout the world. Congratulations and best wishes.