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Lata Mangeshkar  Om Jai Jagdish Hare (Aarti)   buy on itunes
Ravi Shankar  Shanti-Mantra   buy on itunes
Anup Jalota  Jai Jai Jai Hanuman Ki   buy on itunes
Suresh Wadkar  Mahamrityunjaya Mantra   buy on itunes
Nirvanananda  Ganesha Sharanam   buy on itunes
Jai Uttal  Shri Krishna Govinda   buy on itunes
Yogi Hari  Shiva Aarti   buy on itunes
Poonam Khanna & Rupinder Sridhar  Krishna Aarti   buy on itunes
Jagjit Singh  Ambe Charan Kamal Hain Tere   buy on itunes
Bhai Charanjit Singh, Bhai Singara Singh & Bhai Raghbir Singh  Hey Gobind Hey Gopal   buy on itunes
Kiran Nath  Tum Meri Rakho Laaj Hari   buy on itunes
Dr. M. Balamuralikrishna  Radhika Krishna   buy on itunes
Deva Premal  Gayatri Mantra   buy on itunes
Sadhana Sargam  Shri Rama Aarti   buy on itunes
Raghunath Panigrahi  Dheera Sameere   buy on itunes
Lata Mangeshkar  Payoji Maine Ram Ratan Dhan Payo   buy on itunes
Sanjeev Abhyankar  Jai Ganesh Jai Ganesh   buy on itunes
Lakshmi Shankar  Darashan Dena Pran Piyare   buy on itunes


It's Shiva, leading the cosmic dance. It's Ganesha, the elephant-headed god with a broken tusk, removing obstacles. It's blue-skinned Vishnu, the all-pervading essence. It's mother-goddess Shakti, the divine force. It's the oldest major religion in the world, with roots in the Iron Age, and more than a billion followers worldwide today. We start our excursion into Hindi devotional music with the German-born, classically trained Deva Premal, gliding through "the mother of the [i]vedas[/i]," polishing the "Gayatri Mantra" with a new-age gloss. The 12th-century Sanskrit poet Jayadeva composed "Dheera Sameere" as part of his lyrical epic [i]The Gita Govinda[/i]; in this almost raga-like setting, Raghunath Panigrahi lovingly ladles his vocals over a sitar, flute, and percussion as he recounts the tale of a tryst between the god Krishna and his [i]gopi[/i] lover, Radha. And anyone familiar with Bollywood music will immediately recognize the loping tabla beat of "Jai Jai Jai Hanuman Ki," a joy-filled [i]bhajan[/i] to the Hindu monkey god from the much beloved (and multi-platinum-selling) Anup Jalota. From Lata Mangeshkar to Jai Uttal, from the Yogi Hari to Nirvanananda, we've traveled the entire Indian subcontinent and beyond to bring you the songs that honor the thousands of gods — and delight the millions of followers — of the world's third-largest religion.
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