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|Born||8 October 1971|
Kalimpong, West Bengal
|Died||14 February 2020(aged 48)|
|Occupation(s)||Musician- Lead Guitar|
Early life and educationEdit
Sherpa did his schooling in Kalimpong, West Bengal from St. Augustine's School. He went to Delhi for graduate studies and joined Kirori Mal College for B. Com(Hons), Delhi University. He was a founder member of the band Mrigya and North East Express.
Sherpa joined Parikrama at its inception in 1991. He remained as the lead guitarist in the band until his death. Sherpa was featured on CNBC's Young Turks, a show focusing on young entrepreneurs. The BBC also featured him and his band in a rockumentary while on their Download Festival Tour. He took steps in the Indian film industry (Bollywood) by composing the songs and music for the feature film “Manjunath”.
He died of a cardiac arrest on 14 February 2020.
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- Parikrama lead guitarist Sonam Sherpa passes away at 48