I like to write sometimes. “Sometimes” bring the KEY WORD here:) I specially like to write about Music and Kirtans. Indian Classical music is so vast that I feel it helps to read some theory while learning it or even for general appreciation. I also like to write about Kirtans, chants, mantras and their meanings.
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I recently shared an article on Elephant Journal about Kirtan singing and how here in Southern California it seems like
Why are people drawn to Kirtan? For the past years, an increase in the number of people that seem to
What does science say about Kirtan and Chanting? Is there any scientific research to prove all the claims made by Kirtan
Kirtan singing and chanting involves Yoga of Sound. Kirtan is an ancient technique that connects us to our inner selves, the
Kirtan from other side of Pacific- Finding true meaning of Kirtan I still remember that day with overcast bluish-grey sky, sun
Ragas can be classified in lot of different ways, some of which I wrote about earlier. Another way of classification
Raga can be mistaken for modes or scales of western music but it is neither. A raga is a precise,
In my previous post, I described “Raga” the backbone of Indian Classical Music. Today I would like to delve deeper
Indian classical music, be it Hindustani (North Indian) or Carnatic (South Indian), is principally based on melody and rhythm. Raga
I come from a very strict Indian Classical music background. However, I LOVE singing Kirtans and sharing my music, singing