We offer this Album at the Lotus Feet of our beloved Master
Shrii Shrii Anandamurtiji
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The Bhaktas is a Spiritual musical project focusing on a place where electronic music and Mantra meet. Blending traditional Indian chants and Bhajans with a contemporary style, they are opening a new way of artful cosmic meditation through the power of electronic music.
Their sanskrit powered, electro-infused sound is inspired by the yogic teachings of Ananda Marga and their goal is to spread love and devotion all around the world! The Bhaktas follow the Yogic teachings of Ananda Marga. Let there be LOVE & DEVOTION all around!
The Musicians on this album are PHANENDRA (composition, sound design & back vocals), & SHAKTI (vocals, Flute, & composition).
Guest Musicians: Krishna Das, Jai Uttal, Lama Gelek, Sunil, Anita Mishra, Amala & Namrata Pamnani (Vocals), Rajat Prasanna (Bansuri Flute).
This album is mastered by Vincent Villuis (Aes Dana) @ Ultimae Records.
Cover Art by ATERIS
“This album promises to become a classic in the meditative Ethno Chill genre featuring superb vocals by Shakti and Mantra Masters Krishna Das &Jai Uttal.
It was a real pleasure to master these songs.”
Vincent Villuis (Aes Dana) @ Ultimae Records
"I think that Cosmic Mantra [Reincarnated] is great. Usually I find that I'm not moved by electronica style Kirtan, but their music is really wonderful, deep and soulful. Keep it up.
Love and peace,"
"I think this Album is super cool and, I am enjoying the music a lot...
released June 2, 2015
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:
To know more about Ananda Marga's spiritual master, read the biography book 'Shrii Shrii Anandamurti- The Jamalpur years written by Devashish.