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Indian Mantras, Yoga Music, Sacred Indian Sanskrit Chants, Punjabi Folk Music, Gurbani Kirtan

Indian Mantras, Yoga Music, Sacred Indian Sanskrit Chants, Punjabi Folk Music, Gurbani Kirtan

Freedom and Leela share Indian Music, Sacred Chants, Punjabi Folk Songs and Shabad Kirtan for soothing the SOUL♥

Ru Cover
  • Ru
  • World, New Age
  • Freedom and Leela
  • 02/22/2011
  • Ru
Liner Notes: Genre: Yoga Music, Yoga Chants, Sacred India Music, Healing Music, Vocal Music, World Music, New Age Music for Relaxation and Meditation. Keywords: Yoga Music, Music for Yoga, Yoga Chant, Ecstatic Chant, Sanskrit Chant, Bhakti Yoga Music, Shabad Kirtan, Gurbani Kirtan, Gurmukhi Mantras, Healing Music, Kirtan, Chants, New Age Music for Relaxation and Meditation, World Music Background: With deep emotion, Freedom and Leela have arranged, composed and sung 7 of the most authentic and profound ecstatic, Bhakti yoga music chants of the East. This New Age, World Music recording was made in Trivanthapuram, South India during a one year explorative journey of India in 2002. Ru will energize the heart, calm the mind, and nourish the soul. Feel the magic of the Bhakti Yoga music chants wrapped in a unique blend of instrumentation including: soul penetrating bamboo flute, piano, tablas, guitars, mardangam, offered with a soulful blend of Freedom’s calm, rich, authentic Eastern voice and Leela’s angelic Western vocals. Immerse yourself in a journey thru ancient India. Gayatri 6:15 Om bhur bhuvah svah , tat savitur vareniyam, bhargo devasya dhimahi ,dhiyo yo nah pracodayat Throughout all of existence, "That" essential nature illuminating existence is the Adorable One. May all beings perceive with subtle intellect, the magnificent brilliance of enlightened awareness. Narayana 4:40 Hari om namo narayana, om namo narayana My salutations to the infinite ocean of never-ending movement. Narayana is a Sanskrit word, with the terms: nara, which means "human, man"; and ayana "eternal, without ending (a-yana)". Tradition associates the nara element with another meaning of "water", explaining the name as indicating the all-pervasive nature of Narayana as that of an infinite ocean in which the never-ending movement of birth, life and death in the cosmos. Narayana, according to this etymology, is the one who moves in the infinite waters, and is also the water itself. Kashi St. 0:53 Experience the ‘live’ sounds on the streets of Varanasi, India. Prakrit 5:48 Namo arihantanam namo namo, namo siddhanam namo namo, namo uvajjhayanam namo namo, namo loe savva sahunam namo namo, eso panch namokaro om shanti shanti shanti: I bow to the Arahants, the perfected human beings. I bow to the Siddhas, liberated bodiless souls. I bow to the Upadhyayas, the spiritual teachers, I bow to the spiritual practitioners in the universe, the Sadhus. I bow with this five fold obeisance mantra and ask for peace, peace, peace, Jains bow their heads every day and say their universal prayer, the Navkar-Mantra. All positive events start with this prayer of salutation and worship. Maha 6:28 Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare, Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare O Respectful One that pervades in everything, may we always be absorbed in the One. Hail, hail to the Supreme. The Maha mantra is the Great Mantra Of Deliverance. This is a sixteen-word Vaishnava mantra, commonly known as the 'Hare Krishna Mantra'. The mantra brings about a higher state of consciousness when it is heard, spoken, meditated upon or sung. This higher consciousness ultimately takes the form of pure love. Ram 5:33 Shree ram jai ram jai jai ram O respectful One that pervades in everything, may victory always be in the One. Hail, hail to the Supreme. Guru 9:31 Waheguru – Wah (Great) Guru (remover of darkness). Great is the remover of darkness. Bhai Gurdas, the first writer of Sikh scriptures (Adi Guru Granth Sahib), explains in his writings the definition of the word VaHeGuRu. The ‘V’ stands for Vishnu, ‘H’ for Hari , ‘G’ for Gobind and ‘R’ for Ram. The combination of these 4 letters are used in reference to the Creator. Mool 8:44 – Guru Nanak Dev (1469 -1539) Ik ong kar, sat nam, karta purkh, nirbhao, nirvair, akal moort, ajuni, sai bhang, gur prasad One spirit pervades in all, its essence is the Absolute Truth. Truth is manifested in matter and energy. Truth is beyond fear. Truth is above hatred. Truth is immortal. Truth is self existent. Truth is self illuminated. Affirm: Truth was before the beginning, Truth was in the beginning, Truth is now. Nanak says, “Truth will always be”. Gratitude 1:38 A description of mantras and the recording of RU.
  1. Gayatri Mantra
  2. Narayana Mantra
  3. Kashi St.
  4. Prakrit Mantra
  5. Maha Mantra
  6. Ram Mantra
  7. Waheguru Mantra
  8. Mool Mantra
Longing - Shabad Gurbani Kirtan Cover
  • Longing - Shabad Gurbani Kirtan
  • World, New Age
  • Freedom and Leela
  • 02/23/2011
  • Longing - Shabad Gurbani Kirtan
Liner Notes: The Tradition of Gurbani Kirtan The Sikh tradition of Gurbani Kirtan was started by Guru Nanak in 1521 and was strengthened by his successors, particularly by the 5th Guru, Arjan Dev at Amirtsar. In spite of several interruptions, Kirtan continued to be performed at the Golden Temple and other Sikh Gurdwaras (shrines). There were three types of Sikh musicians - rababis, ragis, and dhadhis. The rababi tradition was started by Guru Nanak because they played on the rabab (rebec, string instrument). After the partition of India in 1947, the rababis migrated to Pakistan, and now the line of rababis is almost dying out. The second type of musicians, ragis, were the amateur singers whom Guru Arjan encouraged to perform kirtan in order to avoid dependence on professional rababis. Some of the bards (bhatts, singers) at the Court of Guru Arjan, whose compositions are included in the Adi Granth Scripture (Sikh scriptures), became ragis and did Kirtan before the congregations at different centres. The third tradition, the dhadhis also continued to flourish with folk music in rural areas of India. Title: Live Gurbani Kirtan - N. American Tour Artists: Freedom and Leela Genre: Shabad Kirtan, Gurmukhi Mantras, Gurbani Kirtan, Kirtan, Sikh Kirtan, World Music, New Age Music for Relaxation and Meditation, Healing Music, Vocal Music, Yoga Music, Yoga Chant, Keywords: Yoga Music, Music for Yoga, Yoga Chant, , Healing Music, Ecstatic Chant, Chants, New Age Music for Relaxation and Meditation, World Music, Sanskrit Chant, Bhakti Yoga Music Year of Release: 2006 Background: This is the first time both Freedom and Leela have recorded a Gurbani Kirtan, Shabad Kirtan world music cd together. Nine traditional and familiar Gurbani shabads have been recorded by the artists. Freedom and Leela have been singing Bhakti Yoga Music for over a decade. This live kirtan recording of their North American world music tour in 2006 captures the spirit of the devotional Gurbani Kirtan, accompanied by the traditional instrumentation of harmonium and tablas. If you like the feel of live kirtan and want to be uplifted, then this recording is a must for you. This Gurbani Kirtan, Sikh Kirtan sung as traditional Shabad Kirtan, New Age relaxation and meditation music will transport you into a state of bliss. Jo Maange 10:56 - Guru Arjan Dev (1563 -1606) Jo mange thakur apne tey soee soee davay, Nanak das mukh tey jo bole eeha uha such hovay Whatever one asks from the Highest may be received, says slave Nanak. Those connected with the Highest can manifest what they utter. Hey Gobind 5:23 - Guru Arjan Dev (1563 -1606) Hey gobind hey gopal hey deyaal lal Hail to the Preserver, the Sustainer, the Compassionate One. Bandna Har 7:11 - Guru Arjan Dev (1563 -1606) Bandna har bandna goun gaavo gopal rae I bow in reverence to the Creator. I sing the glorious praises of the Sustainer. Guru Ramdas - Ik Ardas 6:36 Ik ardas bhaat Keerat ki, Gur Ram Das rakho sarnaee Keerat, the poet, offers this one prayer: O Guru Ram Das, save me, take me into your Sanctuary. Sachay Sahiba 4:44 - Guru Amar Das (1479 – 1574) Sachay sahiba kiyaa nahee ghar tayray? My dear True friend, what don’t you have in your home? Mera Mann Lochai 13:43 - Guru Arjan Dev (1563 -1606) Man lochay gur darsan taee, bilup karray chatrik ki neyaee My heart and mind long for the blessed vision of the Enlightened One, it cries out like the thirsty songbird. Tu Thakur Tum Pe Ardas 8:05 - Guru Arjan Dev (1563 -1606) Tum maat pitta hum barik tayray, tumree kirpa meh sukh ganaray You are the mother and father, and we are your children. With your grace we are at peace. Aades Tisai 4:59 - Guru Nanak Dev (1469 -1539) Aades tisai aades aad aneel anaad anahit jug jug eko vais My homage to you, hail to the One spirit the primal, since beginning, indestructible and the same appearance throughout the ages. Gobinday Mukanday 4:05 - Guru Gobind Singh (1666 -1708) Gobinday mukanday udaaray apaaray, haree-ang karee-ang nrinaamay akaamay You are the creator, liberator, nurturer, abundant One, sustainer, doer, nameless, desireless. Jallay Hai 3:02 - Guru Gobind Singh (1666 -1708) Jallay hai thullay hai, abheet hai abhey hai, prabhu hai ajoo hai, aades hai abhes hai You are in the water and the earth, without fear or threat, the great unchanging One has no bounds or dress. Sagal Duaar 4:32 - Guru Gobind Singh (1666 -1708) Sagal duaar ko shaad kay geyho toharo duaar, bahey gaye ki laaj uss gobind das tohhar After going to all other doors, I have arrived at Your door. Take me by your hand and give me refuge, asks slave Gobind. Na Dhup Rehni 7:12 - Samsher Sandhu Na tup rehni na shaa bundayaa na peyo rehna na maa There’ll be no sun there’ll be no shade, there’ll be no pa there’ll be no ma Mein Sobha - Ucha Dar Babe 3:19 - (Traditional) - Gurdas Maan (1957 -) Mai sobha soun kay ayaa I came here because I heard of the great praises of the home of Nanak.
  1. Jo Maange
  2. Guru Ramdas - Ik Ardas
  3. Hey Gobind
  4. Bandna Har
  5. Sachay Sahiba
  6. Mera Mann Lochai
  7. Tu Thakur Tum Pe Ardas
  8. Aades Tisai
  9. Gobinday Mukanday
  10. Jallay Hai
  11. Sagal Duaar
  12. Na Dhup Rehni
  13. Mein Sobha - Ucha Dar Babe...
Wahe Guru | Waheguru | Wah Guru | Waheguroo | Sat Nam | Gurbani | Mantra | Sikh | Shabad | Kirtan | Simran | Yoga Music Cover
  • Wahe Guru | Waheguru | Wah Guru | Waheguroo | Sat Nam | Gurbani | Mantra | Sikh | Shabad | Kirtan | Simran | Yoga Music
  • World, New Age
  • Freedom and Leela
  • 02/16/2012
  • Wahe Guru | Waheguru | Wah Guru | Waheguroo | Sat Nam | Gurbani | Mantra | Sikh | Shabad | Kirtan | Simran | Yoga Music
Liner Notes: Title: Wahe Guru Waheguru Simran Mantra Meditation Music for 1 hour. Genre: Indian Music, Indian Songs, World Music, New Age Music for Relaxation and Meditation, Healing Music, Yoga Music, Yoga Chant, Vocal Music Keywords: Yoga Music, Music for Yoga, Yoga Chant, Gurmukhi Mantras, Ecstatic Chant, Chants, Sanskrit Chant, Bhakti Yoga Music, New Age Music for Relaxation and Meditation, Shabad Kirtan, Sikh Kirtan, Healing Music, Gurbani Kirtan, Kirtan, World Music, Shabad, Guru dwara, Sikh, Simran, Wahe Guru, Waheguroo Year of Release: 2002 Background: Experience the soulful blend of Freedom’s calm, rich, authentic Eastern voice with Leela’s angelic Western vocals as they sing the great Gurmukhi Mantra, Waheguru. The Gurmukhi Mantra, Waheguru will bring you peace, bliss, and harmony. The exquisite, breath-taking bamboo flute will transcend you on a mystical journey. This one hour New Age, World Music recording of the Gur Mantra, Waheguru is ideal music for yoga class, meditation, relaxation. Music is the universal language of humanity. This mantra ecstatic, Bhakti yoga chant to music is the language of the soul. Waheguru – Wah (Great), Guru (remover of darkness). Great is the remover of darkness. Bhai Gurdas, the first writer of the Sikh scriptures (Adi Guru Granth Sahib), explains in his writings the definition of the word VaHeGuRu. The ‘V’ stands for Vishnu, ‘H’ for Hari ,’G’ for Gobind, and ‘R’ for Ram. The combination of these 4 letters are used in reference to the Creator. This is a calm and soothing meditational recording of the mantra Waheguru, recorded in South India in 2002.
  1. Wahe Guru | Waheguru | Wah Guru | Waheguroo | Sat Nam | Gurbani | Mantra | S...
Hum Sa so Hum | I Am My Breath | Yoga Music Mantra | Pranayama | Yoga Asana Cover
  • Hum Sa so Hum | I Am My Breath | Yoga Music Mantra | Pranayama | Yoga Asana
  • World, New Age
  • Freedom and Leela
  • 04/13/2012
  • Hum Sa so Hum | I Am My Breath | Yoga Music Mantra | Pranayama | Yoga Asana
Liner Notes: Hum Sa So Hum means, I am my breath, that’s who I am. This wonderful hypnotic Yoga Mantra chant is great for Yoga Music, Yoga Asana and Meditation Practices. The upbeat rhythmic and soothing tracks are a great companion for yoga practice, travelling, relaxation, fitness workouts and self reflection. This is a spiritual track belonging to all faiths, traditions and religions.
  1. Hum Sa so Hum | I Am My Breath | Yoga Music Mantra | Pranayama | Yoga Asana...
Jai Ma - Jai Maa - Jai Mata - Mother Earth - Gratitude Mother Mantra - Sanskrit Chant - Yoga Music - Kundalini Music Cover
  • Jai Ma - Jai Maa - Jai Mata - Mother Earth - Gratitude Mother Mantra - Sanskrit Chant - Yoga Music - Kundalini Music
  • World, New Age
  • Freedom and Leela
  • 04/20/2012
  • Jai Ma - Jai Maa - Jai Mata - Mother Earth - Gratitude Mother Mantra - Sanskrit Chant - Yoga Music - Kundalini Music
Liner Notes: Jai Ma - Jai Maa - Jai Mata This powerful Sanskrit Mantra Yoga Chant is recited to draw the innate Energy of Mother Earth within. The hypnotic Gratitude Mantra is a healing Chant, and a great addition your Yoga Music Imix. Freedom and Leela sing this Chant in 3 variations, making Jai Ma a must for Yoga Asana practice, Pranayama (Breathing Exercises), and Meditation. Let the Power of Jai Ma make you feel strong, centered and nurtured!
  1. Jai Ma - Jai Maa - Jai Mata - Mother Earth - Gratitude Mother Mantra - Sansk...