by The Bhaktas



For Celebrating The Project's fifth anniversary, The Bhaktas release the first chapter in a series of three REMIX Albums of their songs, by well known artists from the PsyChill, IDM, and Ambient Genre.
MODIFIED consists of amazing remixes by Aes Dana, ASURA, AstroPilot, Darshan Atmosphere, Dreaming Cooper, Electronic Traffic, & Zen Baboon.
The Journey will take you on many trips that starts from low tempo all the way to an upbeat dance level, accompanied with hypnotising subliminal Mantra layers....

We offer this Album at the Lotus Feet of our beloved Master
Shrii Shrii Anandamurtiji

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released September 8, 2016

Many thanks go to Vincent Villuis (Aes Dana) @ Ultimae Records, Charles Farewell (Asura), Dmitriy AstroPilot Redko, Henrique Palhavã (Zen Baboon), Victor Insum (Dreaming Cooper), Dirik (Tikki Masala), Gabriel Zen @ Altar Records, & Jai Uttal for their contribution to make this amazing work manifest...
Cover art by Shakti Art




The Bhaktas Berlin, Germany

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 feat. Jai Uttal (AstroPilot Remix)
Baba Nam Kevalam
Track Name: Guru Puja feat. Jai Uttal (Zen Baboon Remix)
Guru Puja

Akhan'd'a Mand'ala Karam'
The undivided elliptical expression of the Cosmic Entity

Vyaptam' Yena Caracaram'
That is all pervasive in nature, throughout the animate and inanimate universe

Tatpadam' Darshitam' Yena
At the sight of your lotus feet

Tasmae Shrii Gurave Namah
I surrender myself at your altar

Ajinana Timirandhasya
The guru dispels the ignorance of the darkness

Jinanainjana Shalakaya
by applying the ointment of knowledge

Caks'urun Miilitam' Yena
that opens my blind eyes

Tasmae Shrii Gurave Namah
I surrender myself at your altar

Gurur Brahma Gurur Vis'n'u
The guru is creator, the guru is preserver

Gurur Devo Maheshvarah
Guru withdraws everything towards Him

Gurureva Paramah Brahma
Supreme consiousness is my Guru

Tasmae Shrii Gurave Namah
I salute You and surrender myself at your altar

Tava Dravyam' Jagatguru
Everything of mine, along with my mind, is offered at your altar
Tubhyameva Samarpaye
Please oblige me and accept it
Track Name: Pitr Purusebhyo Namah (ASURA Remix)
Pitr purusebhyo namah rsi devebhyo namah.
Brahma'rpanam' Brahmahavir Brahma'gnao Brahman'a'hutam.
Brahmaeva tena gantavyam' Brahmakarma sama'dhina'.*

*Meaning of the mantra: Salutations to the ancestors, salutations to the god-like rs'is. (Those who, by inventing new things, have broadened the path of progress of human society, are known as rs'is.)

The act of offering is Brahma; that which is offered is Brahma; the One to whom the offering is made is Brahma; and the person making the offering is Brahma.

One will merge in Brahma after completing the duty assigned to him/her by Brahma.

Repeat the mantra together with the mudra' three times.

Remembering the rs'is and ancestors in this way is known as Pitr Yajina. Pitr Yajina should be performed as a daily duty even if one's father is alive.

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