Wednesday, March 10, 2010


Lord Krishna: The flute bearing Krishna, said to be the eighth avatar of Lord Vishnu, is most
popular of all the Deities. One of his many facets and the most revered is that of the Divine
In Krishnavali, the divine chants of Krishna, the one magical name above all the others,
entrance the devotees to the ethereal, the supreme and the sublime soul, the Aatma. That
these new musical compositions of traditional Shloks, Stutis and Kirtans are rendered in
varied moods or raags, at once, enhance and exhilarate the soul in pursuit of the eternal
Lord that roams beyond time and space.
In Krishnavali, Krishna the celestial lover, the preserver, the protector, amongst his other
myriad manifestations, is pursued and celebrated by the devout in bliss and tranquillity.
World-renowned singers Hariharan, Anup Jalota, Sanjeev Abhyankar, Devaki Pandit, Ashit
and Hema Desai and Chandu Mattani enhance this truly exhilarating experience.
Track Lists:
01. Shlok-vasudev Sutam Devam Raag Pahadi-Ashit & Hema Desai
02. Shri Krishna Govind Hare Murare Raag Pahadi-Anup Jalota
03. Bhajo Radhe Govind Raag Gaoti –Hariharan

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