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This is a CD based on traditional Indian soul music in the popular style of ancient Indian Mystics. The mystic experience of bhakti (adoration) has been one of the most potent forces behind Indian culture with the Godhead as the Adored or Beloved and the human soul, the devotee.

Two immortal compositions are by well known Indian Mystic poets:

Jo bhaje Hari Ko Sadaa - was composed and sung by the great poet Bramhanand.

Vaishnav Jan To Tene Kahiye - written by the famous Gujarati poet Narsi Mehta was one of Mahatma Gandhi's favorite songs.

The songs have been set to tune by the Internationally renown Indian composer and singer Anup Jalota and sung in her unique lilting and romantic style by the famous Indian singer Rajasree Mukherjee.

 

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Tracks Songs Play Time
1 Mein Dhool Tumhare Charnon Ki (3:50)
I place myself at the feet of the Divine and seek His protection for the bond between the soul and the Supreme Consciousness is eternal and unbreakable.

Singer: Rajasree Mukherjee
Writer: Harish Chandra
Composer: Anup Jalota

2 Radharani Ki Runjhun Nupur (4:11)
This song describes the melodious, joyful frolic of Radha and Krishna on the banks of the river Jamuna. In the song, Krishna symbolizes eternal love and happiness, while Radha signifies total surrender and devotion of the mortal being to the Divine.

Singer: Rajasree Mukherjee
Writer: Harish Chandra
Composer: Anup Jalota

3 Sab Se Pyaraa Naam Ram Ka (3:18)
This song is a eulogy to the Lord Ram, who symbolizes righteousness, honesty, and commitment.

Singer: Rajasree Mukherjee
Writer: Harish Chandra
Composer: Anup Jalota

4 Vaishnav Jan To Tene Kahiye (8:45)
The immortal composition of poet Narsi Mehta emphasising the virtues of the Vaishnav code of life. This song was a favorite of Mahatma Gandhi.

Singer: Rajasree Mukherjee
Writer: Narsi Mehta
Composer: Anup Jalota

5 Nand Bhavan Khelat Nandlala (4:29)
The tender beauty of the infant Krishna is captured in this song. The lovable purity of Krishna is adored by all specially by his adopted mother.

Singer: Rajasree Mukherjee
Writer: Harish Chandra
Composer: Anup Jalota

6 Man Mandir (4:50)
I surrender myself to the Divine. You are my beacon light in the dark, tempest sea of life.

Singer: Rajasree Mukherjee
Writer: Harish Chandra
Composer: Anup Jalota

7 Naath Haro Dukh Mere Tujh Bin (3:57)
I know of no rituals or prayers, yet I call out your name from my inner being. Help me find meaning in my mundane, worldly existence.

Singer: Rajasree Mukherjee
Writer: Harish Chandra
Composer: Anup Jalota

8 Jo Bhaje Hari Ko Sada (10:12)
The ostentatious piousness is not what is required by the Divine. One only needs to transcend the lower conscious mind or the 'EGO' and go within oneself to be united with the Divine for He is ever-resplendent within each one of us.

Singer: Rajasree Mukherjee
Writer: Bramhanand
Composer: Anup Jalota

 

Producer:  Udayan Mukherjee
Record Label:  Shubhayan Entertainment
Production & Manufacturing:  Shubhayan IT & Corporate Services

UCC: 1 82447 00095 6  |   View One-Sheet

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