Ananda Purnima

by The Bhaktas

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This Double Album is dedicated to the world of the powerful "Baba Nam Kevalam" Mantra. The 13 tracks are offered as a garland to our Guru "Shrii Shrii Anandamurti" on His birthday May 21st, known as 'Ananda Purnima' in the Indian (FullMoon) calendar. Each Kirtan vibrates different Chakras and paints the mind in a different cosmic colour, that takes you on a deep meditative trip, gives you a relaxed ambient mood, and satisfy your soul and music taste, no matter which music background you come from. The variety of the electronic music on this album is so vivid and unique, in order to satisfy every possible taste from the ambient music Genre.
Please support "The Bhaktas" and Buy this Pre-order album, so that we can go on with our mission, and deliver this master piece in the best we could. Sharing is CARING :-)

This Album is made for a special Meditative experience for the progressive people out there.... Therefore, it is highly recommended that you listen to it on a good quality Sound-system or Headset, and dive into the deep realm of the multidimensional Mantra…

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released May 21, 2016

The Bhaktas are:
PHANENDRA (Composition, sound design, & back vocals)
Shakti (Composition & vocals)
Many thanks to Jai Uttal (Vocals & Guitar), Roni Ghose & Rajat Prasanna for the Divine Bansouri flutes, Sukhadev (Guitars), Anita Mishra (Indian Vocals) & Astropilot for Stem Mastering.
Special thanks to Henrique Palhavã aka Zen Baboon for helping us building up, reproducing and mastering the [Altar] part of this album.

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The Bhaktas are playing traditional indian mantra bhajans and chants in a contemporary electronic style.
Their concerts are pure joy and ecstasy and unite the heart and soul. The Bhaktas play a multidimensional music, mixing ancient Sanskrit-Mantras with Electro, Ambient, and Trance. Their live performances are filled with magic and play. The Bhaktas follow the Yogic teachings of Ananda Marga. ... more

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Track Name: Ananda Purnima (Featuring Jai Uttal)
Baba Nam Kevalam
Baba means "my most beloved One", Nam means "name of" or "to identify with", and Kevalam means "only". So the meaning of the mantra is "My most Beloved is the only One." The ideation is: "Everywhere I look, in everything I hear, feel, see, taste and smell, I perceive that one Supreme Consciousness which pervades all things."

Kiirtan is the singing of a mantra aloud while ideating on the Supreme Being. It inculcates the feeling of bliss and prepares the mind for meditation, because in performing it all the motor and sensory organs are engaged and directed towards the Supreme. It can be done anywhere, any time, but the best time is just before meditation.
Chanting the mantra out loud before meditation is called "kiirtan." It is extremely beneficial and makes meditation much easier. Its a sort of a halfway step. The mind stays focused only on the mantra, but all the senses are not focused inwardly--we are still singing and listening. It helps slow breathing (through singing), helps fix the mantra in the mind, and on a subtler level, raises the vibration in the room.

If you are inspired with this Album and you would like to learn more about Kiirtan and meditation, please contact this website:
www.anandamarga.org

To know more about Ananda Marga's spiritual master, read the biography book 'Shrii Shrii Anandamurti- The Jamalpur years written by Devashish.
Track Name: Ananda Purnima II
Baba Nam Kevalam
Baba means "my most beloved One", Nam means "name of" or "to identify with", and Kevalam means "only". So the meaning of the mantra is "My most Beloved is the only One." The ideation is: "Everywhere I look, in everything I hear, feel, see, taste and smell, I perceive that one Supreme Consciousness which pervades all things."

Kiirtan is the singing of a mantra aloud while ideating on the Supreme Being. It inculcates the feeling of bliss and prepares the mind for meditation, because in performing it all the motor and sensory organs are engaged and directed towards the Supreme. It can be done anywhere, any time, but the best time is just before meditation.
Chanting the mantra out loud before meditation is called "kiirtan." It is extremely beneficial and makes meditation much easier. Its a sort of a halfway step. The mind stays focused only on the mantra, but all the senses are not focused inwardly--we are still singing and listening. It helps slow breathing (through singing), helps fix the mantra in the mind, and on a subtler level, raises the vibration in the room.

If you are inspired with this Album and you would like to learn more about Kiirtan and meditation, please contact this website:
www.anandamarga.org

To know more about Ananda Marga's spiritual master, read the biography book 'Shrii Shrii Anandamurti- The Jamalpur years written by Devashish.
Track Name: Ananda Purnima III
Baba Nam Kevalam
Baba means "my most beloved One", Nam means "name of" or "to identify with", and Kevalam means "only". So the meaning of the mantra is "My most Beloved is the only One." The ideation is: "Everywhere I look, in everything I hear, feel, see, taste and smell, I perceive that one Supreme Consciousness which pervades all things."

Kiirtan is the singing of a mantra aloud while ideating on the Supreme Being. It inculcates the feeling of bliss and prepares the mind for meditation, because in performing it all the motor and sensory organs are engaged and directed towards the Supreme. It can be done anywhere, any time, but the best time is just before meditation.
Chanting the mantra out loud before meditation is called "kiirtan." It is extremely beneficial and makes meditation much easier. Its a sort of a halfway step. The mind stays focused only on the mantra, but all the senses are not focused inwardly--we are still singing and listening. It helps slow breathing (through singing), helps fix the mantra in the mind, and on a subtler level, raises the vibration in the room.

If you are inspired with this Album and you would like to learn more about Kiirtan and meditation, please contact this website:
www.anandamarga.org

To know more about Ananda Marga's spiritual master, read the biography book 'Shrii Shrii Anandamurti- The Jamalpur years written by Devashish.
Track Name: Ananda Purnima IV
Baba Nam Kevalam
Baba means "my most beloved One", Nam means "name of" or "to identify with", and Kevalam means "only". So the meaning of the mantra is "My most Beloved is the only One." The ideation is: "Everywhere I look, in everything I hear, feel, see, taste and smell, I perceive that one Supreme Consciousness which pervades all things."

Kiirtan is the singing of a mantra aloud while ideating on the Supreme Being. It inculcates the feeling of bliss and prepares the mind for meditation, because in performing it all the motor and sensory organs are engaged and directed towards the Supreme. It can be done anywhere, any time, but the best time is just before meditation.
Chanting the mantra out loud before meditation is called "kiirtan." It is extremely beneficial and makes meditation much easier. Its a sort of a halfway step. The mind stays focused only on the mantra, but all the senses are not focused inwardly--we are still singing and listening. It helps slow breathing (through singing), helps fix the mantra in the mind, and on a subtler level, raises the vibration in the room.

If you are inspired with this Album and you would like to learn more about Kiirtan and meditation, please contact this website:
www.anandamarga.org

To know more about Ananda Marga's spiritual master, read the biography book 'Shrii Shrii Anandamurti- The Jamalpur years written by Devashish.
Track Name: Ananda Purnima V (Featuring Jai Uttal)
Baba Nam Kevalam
Baba means "my most beloved One", Nam means "name of" or "to identify with", and Kevalam means "only". So the meaning of the mantra is "My most Beloved is the only One." The ideation is: "Everywhere I look, in everything I hear, feel, see, taste and smell, I perceive that one Supreme Consciousness which pervades all things."

Kiirtan is the singing of a mantra aloud while ideating on the Supreme Being. It inculcates the feeling of bliss and prepares the mind for meditation, because in performing it all the motor and sensory organs are engaged and directed towards the Supreme. It can be done anywhere, any time, but the best time is just before meditation.
Chanting the mantra out loud before meditation is called "kiirtan." It is extremely beneficial and makes meditation much easier. Its a sort of a halfway step. The mind stays focused only on the mantra, but all the senses are not focused inwardly--we are still singing and listening. It helps slow breathing (through singing), helps fix the mantra in the mind, and on a subtler level, raises the vibration in the room.

If you are inspired with this Album and you would like to learn more about Kiirtan and meditation, please contact this website:
www.anandamarga.org

To know more about Ananda Marga's spiritual master, read the biography book 'Shrii Shrii Anandamurti- The Jamalpur years written by Devashish.
Track Name: Ananda Purnima VI
Baba Nam Kevalam
Baba means "my most beloved One", Nam means "name of" or "to identify with", and Kevalam means "only". So the meaning of the mantra is "My most Beloved is the only One." The ideation is: "Everywhere I look, in everything I hear, feel, see, taste and smell, I perceive that one Supreme Consciousness which pervades all things."

Kiirtan is the singing of a mantra aloud while ideating on the Supreme Being. It inculcates the feeling of bliss and prepares the mind for meditation, because in performing it all the motor and sensory organs are engaged and directed towards the Supreme. It can be done anywhere, any time, but the best time is just before meditation.
Chanting the mantra out loud before meditation is called "kiirtan." It is extremely beneficial and makes meditation much easier. Its a sort of a halfway step. The mind stays focused only on the mantra, but all the senses are not focused inwardly--we are still singing and listening. It helps slow breathing (through singing), helps fix the mantra in the mind, and on a subtler level, raises the vibration in the room.

If you are inspired with this Album and you would like to learn more about Kiirtan and meditation, please contact this website:
www.anandamarga.org

To know more about Ananda Marga's spiritual master, read the biography book 'Shrii Shrii Anandamurti- The Jamalpur years written by Devashish.
Track Name: Ananda Purnima VII
Baba Nam Kevalam
Baba means "my most beloved One", Nam means "name of" or "to identify with", and Kevalam means "only". So the meaning of the mantra is "My most Beloved is the only One." The ideation is: "Everywhere I look, in everything I hear, feel, see, taste and smell, I perceive that one Supreme Consciousness which pervades all things."

Kiirtan is the singing of a mantra aloud while ideating on the Supreme Being. It inculcates the feeling of bliss and prepares the mind for meditation, because in performing it all the motor and sensory organs are engaged and directed towards the Supreme. It can be done anywhere, any time, but the best time is just before meditation.
Chanting the mantra out loud before meditation is called "kiirtan." It is extremely beneficial and makes meditation much easier. Its a sort of a halfway step. The mind stays focused only on the mantra, but all the senses are not focused inwardly--we are still singing and listening. It helps slow breathing (through singing), helps fix the mantra in the mind, and on a subtler level, raises the vibration in the room.

If you are inspired with this Album and you would like to learn more about Kiirtan and meditation, please contact this website:
www.anandamarga.org

To know more about Ananda Marga's spiritual master, read the biography book 'Shrii Shrii Anandamurti- The Jamalpur years written by Devashish.
Track Name: Ananda Purnima II [Altar]
Baba Nam Kevalam
Baba means "my most beloved One", Nam means "name of" or "to identify with", and Kevalam means "only". So the meaning of the mantra is "My most Beloved is the only One." The ideation is: "Everywhere I look, in everything I hear, feel, see, taste and smell, I perceive that one Supreme Consciousness which pervades all things."

Kiirtan is the singing of a mantra aloud while ideating on the Supreme Being. It inculcates the feeling of bliss and prepares the mind for meditation, because in performing it all the motor and sensory organs are engaged and directed towards the Supreme. It can be done anywhere, any time, but the best time is just before meditation.
Chanting the mantra out loud before meditation is called "kiirtan." It is extremely beneficial and makes meditation much easier. Its a sort of a halfway step. The mind stays focused only on the mantra, but all the senses are not focused inwardly--we are still singing and listening. It helps slow breathing (through singing), helps fix the mantra in the mind, and on a subtler level, raises the vibration in the room.

If you are inspired with this Album and you would like to learn more about Kiirtan and meditation, please contact this website:
www.anandamarga.org

To know more about Ananda Marga's spiritual master, read the biography book 'Shrii Shrii Anandamurti- The Jamalpur years written by Devashish.
Track Name: Ananda Purnima III [Altar]
Baba Nam Kevalam
Baba means "my most beloved One", Nam means "name of" or "to identify with", and Kevalam means "only". So the meaning of the mantra is "My most Beloved is the only One." The ideation is: "Everywhere I look, in everything I hear, feel, see, taste and smell, I perceive that one Supreme Consciousness which pervades all things."

Kiirtan is the singing of a mantra aloud while ideating on the Supreme Being. It inculcates the feeling of bliss and prepares the mind for meditation, because in performing it all the motor and sensory organs are engaged and directed towards the Supreme. It can be done anywhere, any time, but the best time is just before meditation.
Chanting the mantra out loud before meditation is called "kiirtan." It is extremely beneficial and makes meditation much easier. Its a sort of a halfway step. The mind stays focused only on the mantra, but all the senses are not focused inwardly--we are still singing and listening. It helps slow breathing (through singing), helps fix the mantra in the mind, and on a subtler level, raises the vibration in the room.

If you are inspired with this Album and you would like to learn more about Kiirtan and meditation, please contact this website:
www.anandamarga.org

To know more about Ananda Marga's spiritual master, read the biography book 'Shrii Shrii Anandamurti- The Jamalpur years written by Devashish.
Track Name: Ananda Purnima IV [Altar]
Baba Nam Kevalam
Baba means "my most beloved One", Nam means "name of" or "to identify with", and Kevalam means "only". So the meaning of the mantra is "My most Beloved is the only One." The ideation is: "Everywhere I look, in everything I hear, feel, see, taste and smell, I perceive that one Supreme Consciousness which pervades all things."

Kiirtan is the singing of a mantra aloud while ideating on the Supreme Being. It inculcates the feeling of bliss and prepares the mind for meditation, because in performing it all the motor and sensory organs are engaged and directed towards the Supreme. It can be done anywhere, any time, but the best time is just before meditation.
Chanting the mantra out loud before meditation is called "kiirtan." It is extremely beneficial and makes meditation much easier. Its a sort of a halfway step. The mind stays focused only on the mantra, but all the senses are not focused inwardly--we are still singing and listening. It helps slow breathing (through singing), helps fix the mantra in the mind, and on a subtler level, raises the vibration in the room.

If you are inspired with this Album and you would like to learn more about Kiirtan and meditation, please contact this website:
www.anandamarga.org

To know more about Ananda Marga's spiritual master, read the biography book 'Shrii Shrii Anandamurti- The Jamalpur years written by Devashish.
Track Name: Ananda Purnima V (Featuring Jai Uttal) [Altar]
Baba Nam Kevalam
Baba means "my most beloved One", Nam means "name of" or "to identify with", and Kevalam means "only". So the meaning of the mantra is "My most Beloved is the only One." The ideation is: "Everywhere I look, in everything I hear, feel, see, taste and smell, I perceive that one Supreme Consciousness which pervades all things."

Kiirtan is the singing of a mantra aloud while ideating on the Supreme Being. It inculcates the feeling of bliss and prepares the mind for meditation, because in performing it all the motor and sensory organs are engaged and directed towards the Supreme. It can be done anywhere, any time, but the best time is just before meditation.
Chanting the mantra out loud before meditation is called "kiirtan." It is extremely beneficial and makes meditation much easier. Its a sort of a halfway step. The mind stays focused only on the mantra, but all the senses are not focused inwardly--we are still singing and listening. It helps slow breathing (through singing), helps fix the mantra in the mind, and on a subtler level, raises the vibration in the room.

If you are inspired with this Album and you would like to learn more about Kiirtan and meditation, please contact this website:
www.anandamarga.org

To know more about Ananda Marga's spiritual master, read the biography book 'Shrii Shrii Anandamurti- The Jamalpur years written by Devashish.
Track Name: Ananda Purnima VI [Altar]
Baba Nam Kevalam
Baba means "my most beloved One", Nam means "name of" or "to identify with", and Kevalam means "only". So the meaning of the mantra is "My most Beloved is the only One." The ideation is: "Everywhere I look, in everything I hear, feel, see, taste and smell, I perceive that one Supreme Consciousness which pervades all things."

Kiirtan is the singing of a mantra aloud while ideating on the Supreme Being. It inculcates the feeling of bliss and prepares the mind for meditation, because in performing it all the motor and sensory organs are engaged and directed towards the Supreme. It can be done anywhere, any time, but the best time is just before meditation.
Chanting the mantra out loud before meditation is called "kiirtan." It is extremely beneficial and makes meditation much easier. Its a sort of a halfway step. The mind stays focused only on the mantra, but all the senses are not focused inwardly--we are still singing and listening. It helps slow breathing (through singing), helps fix the mantra in the mind, and on a subtler level, raises the vibration in the room.

If you are inspired with this Album and you would like to learn more about Kiirtan and meditation, please contact this website:
www.anandamarga.org

To know more about Ananda Marga's spiritual master, read the biography book 'Shrii Shrii Anandamurti- The Jamalpur years written by Devashish.
Track Name: Ananda Purnima VII [Altar]
Baba Nam Kevalam
Baba means "my most beloved One", Nam means "name of" or "to identify with", and Kevalam means "only". So the meaning of the mantra is "My most Beloved is the only One." The ideation is: "Everywhere I look, in everything I hear, feel, see, taste and smell, I perceive that one Supreme Consciousness which pervades all things."

Kiirtan is the singing of a mantra aloud while ideating on the Supreme Being. It inculcates the feeling of bliss and prepares the mind for meditation, because in performing it all the motor and sensory organs are engaged and directed towards the Supreme. It can be done anywhere, any time, but the best time is just before meditation.
Chanting the mantra out loud before meditation is called "kiirtan." It is extremely beneficial and makes meditation much easier. Its a sort of a halfway step. The mind stays focused only on the mantra, but all the senses are not focused inwardly--we are still singing and listening. It helps slow breathing (through singing), helps fix the mantra in the mind, and on a subtler level, raises the vibration in the room.

If you are inspired with this Album and you would like to learn more about Kiirtan and meditation, please contact this website:
www.anandamarga.org

To know more about Ananda Marga's spiritual master, read the biography book 'Shrii Shrii Anandamurti- The Jamalpur years written by Devashish.