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Raga Bhakti | Silence Dancing (feat. Yogi Shridhare)

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Silence Dancing (feat. Yogi Shridhare)

by Raga Bhakti

A soulful blend of East and West, Sanskrit hymns and chants that evoke the traditions of India, against a backdrop of sitar, tabla, sarod, ektar, mohan veena, harmonium, and bansuri flute. The perfect blend of meditative and high-energy kirtan. Produced by Ben Leinbach (Jai Uttal, Deva Premal, Shiva Rea)
Genre: Spiritual: Mantras
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Jay Hanuman (feat. Yogi Shridhare)
5:49 $0.99
2. Shambho Shiva (feat. Yogi Shridhare)
7:23 $1.75
3. Jay Radha Madhava (feat. Yogi Shridhare)
8:53 $1.99
4. Namah Shivaya (feat. Yogi Shridhare)
7:10 $1.75
5. Jay Durge (feat. Yogi Shridhare)
6:08 $1.50
6. Shri Ram Jay Ram (feat. Yogi Shridhare)
9:59 $1.99
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Kirtan for a Changing World

Inspired by his training in classical Indian music, Yogi Shridhare explores the expressive power of blending traditional ragas (melodic modes) to create new synergistic melodies and rhythms. Yogi has been performing for over 20 years at yoga centers and for private events. Growing up as part of a temple community in Ahmedabad, India, Yogi spent his early years singing the various names of gods and goddesses, and has come to love the playful, inspiring nature of these energies as he composes various chants. Raga Bhakti's music reflects his foothold in both Eastern and Western culture, inspired by jazz, Indian classical, folk, and world rhythms.

Produced by Ben Leinbach (Jai Uttal, Deva Premal, Shiva Rea)



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