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released February 1, 2012

The Bhakti family sharing on this album are:
Hari Pyari: vocals, harmonium, guitar, conch shell • Tabla Tom Simenauer: tabla, vocals, tamboura, singing bowls, percussion, santoor, keybords • Vraj Devi, Bharati & Dinesh, Gail Edgley, Venus Cumara: vocals • Benjahmin Steel: bass guitar • Diego Tasca: didgeridoo, medicine drum • Lucy Crisfield: violin • Craig Pruess: sitar • Buddhenath: flute

Tracks 1, 2, & 5 - traditional chants (opening & closing chants learnt through Namadeva, Integral Yoga & others); Tracks 3 & 4 received through Hari Pyari (Aham - inspired by Mooji and Saravtar)

All tracks produced, recorded & mixed by Tabla Tom Simenauer
Artwork by Sivani Mata “HariPyari” Francis

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Sivani Mata London, UK

Sivani Mata has fallen in love with the path of Bhakti Yoga (of which chanting is a key element). She leads Kirtan, Shakti Dance and Yoga Nidra around the UK. Her practice is influenced by many teachers & traditions, and she is highly grateful for the people who have inspired and supported her. Sivani feels incredibly blessed to have found this divine practice and be able to share it with others. ... more

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