MANGALAM is a word in Sanskrit which means 'auspicious'

and this quality is reflected in these selected pieces

of the finest Indian music, invoking inner and outer auspiciousness.  
Beautifully composed Indian raga-based melodies that softly accompany each 
song, without disturbing the magic of its true essence and natural healing power.
 
Recorded with the most refined musicians from India, this album is a call to the 
most auspicious, using mantras, kirtans, and other devotional songs that subtly call 
such mighty vibrations, connecting with uplifting and sattvic energies. 

Soulful, heart-touching, harmonizing sounds from a mystical India… capable of
touching the soul and bringing positive energy to ourselves and our surroundings.

 

www.manishvyas.com/mangalam

 

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“Mangalam” auspicious in Sanskrit, is the name given by the Indian musician Manish Vyas to his newest CD. In fact, the mantras, kirtans, and religious songs are a balm for the soul and lead to an absolutely relaxed atmosphere. Together with well-known Indian musicians, the musician, who now lives in Switzerland, has recorded seven songs that echo all that is considered auspicious in India: deities, days to marry, rain, peacocks, drums or rivers.

 

Based on these traditions these soulful melodies emerged, which are based on the structure of classical Indian music and spread a positive energy. Accordingly, the songs fit very well into a cozy yoga class or as a nice way to slow down after an exhausting day and go back to your own self.  -Karin Reber, Yoga! Das Magazin, Switzerland

Mangalam : auspicious

SKU: 111-0011
€15.00Price
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