Chants Of India
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For the westerner, all the chants may make no sense at all. But the quality of the vocals tends to give one a feeling of sacredness and sanctity. Some of the chants are melodious; Ravi Shankar's sitar is quite evident in most of these; but it doesn't dominate as with his other renderings. The chants are the main body.
This CD is ideal if your roots are Indian, and you want your child to listen and learn from these. It is nice background music for a religious gathering or for a Yoga class. I use this for many of my Yoga classes. It is not infrequent, that some of my students request this particular CD be the background music for their Yoga class.
the translation is:
"Oh Master, show some compassion on me. Please come and dwell in my heart because without you, it is painfully lonely. Fill this empty pot with nectar of love. I do not know any Tantra, Mantra or ritualistic worship. I know and believe only in you. I have been searching for you all over the world. Please come and hold my hand now."
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love the Western kirtan chanters like Krishna Das, Jai Uttal, and Shantala. This is a step closer to the source and continues to be truly beautiful (but not treacly new age).Published 4 months ago by Davis
Beautiful, stimulates your spiritual senses! Relaxing and uplifting!Published 6 months ago by A little of this; a lot of that!
I use this in my meditation and yoga classes. My students love it and so do IPublished 7 months ago by E. T. Govro
Absolutely lovely. This is my second purchase of this music and I have loved it for 20 years. A classic.Published 9 months ago by blaine davidson