|Nickname(s)||Mini Sunidhi Chauhan Hindustan Times|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Debut||TV: Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Li’l Champs season 9 (2022-23) on Zee TV as a contestant
|Date of Birth||27 April 2013 (Saturday)|
|Age (as of 2023)||10 Years|
|Birthplace||Pakyong district, Sikkim, India|
|Hometown||Pakyong district, Sikkim, India|
|School||El-Bethel Academy in Pakyong, Sikkim|
|Hobbies||Swimming, painting, playing snooker, playing with a hula hoop|
|Parents||Father- Roshan Lama
Mother- Younis Hamal Lama
|Siblings||She has an elder sister.
|Food||Ice cream, pizza, burger|
|Singer(s)||Sunidhi Chauhan, Sabin Rai (Nepali singer), BTS, Blackpink|
|Song||‘Kaisi Paheli Zindagani’ by Sunidhi Chauhan|
Some Lesser Known Facts About Jetshen Dohna Lama
- Jetshen Dohna Lama is an Indian Singer. On 22 January 2023, she became the winner of Zee TV’s singing reality show ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Li’l Champs’ and received the trophy and a cash prize of 10 lakh rupees.
- Reportedly, she began singing when she was 3 years old.
She used to watch animated films such as Frozen (2013) and Moana (2016) and developed an interest in music after listening to the original soundtracks of the films. In an interview, she talked about how she got inclined towards music and said,
In 2021, she uploaded a video of her covering the song ‘How Far I’ll Go’ from the English animated film ‘Moana;’ the song was covered by her when she was only 4 years old.
- On 14 July 2016, she started her YouTube channel with the name ‘Jetshen Dohna Official.’
- Reportedly, she likes to perform and listen to rock music.
- On 29 October 2021, she gave a performance at the pre-event of the 6th Sikkim Run held at MG Marg in Gangtok, Sikkim after which she became very popular and was invited by many news channels for interview.
- In November 2021, she covered the song ‘I Want To Break Free’ by the British rock band Queen, which she uploaded on her YouTube channel.
- She was trained in music by the music instructor Nagen Chhetri at the Pakyong Music Institute. Later, she began her singing training at the Remanti Sangeetalaya Academy in Gangtok, where she was trained by her music instructor Reemanti Rai.
- In May 2022, she became the winner of ‘Sikkim Idol’ season 1 in the Junior category and received a cash prize of one lakh rupees. The show was organised on the 47th State Day of Sikkim.
- After seeing the performances of Jetshen Dohna Lama on ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Li’l Champs,’ Shankar Mahadevan, an Indian musician and one of the judges on ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Li’l Champs,’ began to call her ‘Mini Sunidhi Chauhan.’
- In an interview, when she asked about one musician she would like to collaborate with to which she replied Sunidhi Chauhan.
- On 5 January 2023, she covered the song ‘Rise Up’ by Andra Day and uploaded it on her YouTube channel.
- In 2023, a group of marathoners from Darjeeling, Sikkim, and Kalimpong came to Mumbai to take part in the Mumbai marathon and show their support for Jetshen Dohna Lama.
- Several well-known personalities, especially from the North-Eastern states of India, supported her and wished for her to win ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Li’l Champs.’ The chief minister of Sikkim, Prem Singh Tamang, boxing champion Mary Kom, and footballer Bhaichung Bhutia promoted and supported her on social media. Bhaichung Bhutia did a voting appeal to his fans in which he asked them to vote for Jetshen Dohna Lama. In November 2022, Mary Kom posted some pictures of Jetshen Dohna Lama on Instagram and wrote a message for her in the caption, which said,
- In an interview, on being asked what would she like to do with the cash prize she won at the ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Li’l Champs,’ she replied,
- After she won ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Li’l Champs,’ in an interview, she revealed that rather than pursuing music in Mumbai, she would first go back to Sikkim and complete her education. She said,
- In an interview, when she was asked about her favourite moment on ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Li’l Champs,’ she replied that when she performed on stage with singer Kumar Sanu.