Bhakti without Borders blends melodies from the East Indian Bhakti tradition with the folk, bluegrass and country elements of traditional American and Irish music. The result is a sound that is both fresh and familiar. All profits from this record will fund the education of Girls in Vrindavan, India..
This is the debut album from devotional singer and violinist, Jahnavi Harrison – a personal selection of mantras and songs of the bhakti yoga tradition, set to soulful instrumentation from the West African kora harp, to the fluid sound of Hindustani classical cello.Jahnavi Harrison was raised i..
Manipur, the «Land of Jewels», is situated in the Northeast if India, bordering Burma (now Myanmar). It is a region of hills, surrounding the valley on all sides to form a natural fortress to the outside world. It is famous throughout India for having a colourful and unique form of culture, much of ..
This is the third album of Prema Hara (Keshavacharya Das & Kamaniya):«Dive into Ocean of Grace and ride a tidal wave of devotion to the mystical land where Radha and Krishna cavorted. Prema Hara’s Kamaniya and Keshavacharya transport you there with their sublimely balanced vocals — his str..
Kim Waters & Hans Christian with guest vocalists Vaiyasaki Das, Bhairavesh Das, Russill Paul, and Saraswati
Saffron Blue evokes a sense of passion, with stunning performances by four guest vocalists that perfectly juxtapose Kim Waters' exquisite voice and Hans Christian's virtuosic arrange..
Kim Waters & Hans Christian
Shelter is a rich sounding and fully orchestrated collection of vaishnava songs. Kim's soft and full timbred voice is framed and gently carried by Hans' swirling and pulsating strings and rhythm arrangements. Danceable yet meditative, Shelter's sound is purely t..
A meditative CD with traditional Narasimha bhajans from the lion temple «Simhachalam» in the Bavarian forest of Germany.The CD contains the following songs: • Sri Sri Prahlada Narasimha Suprabhatam - Waking The Lord • Narasimha Pranama - Offering Obeisances • Narasimha Kavacha..