Music of Nirmal Bhakti‏ & Era of Enlightenment

August 21, 2009 at 5:25 pm | Posted in Music, Quotes | Leave a comment
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“This is the era of Enlightenment. One can see and feel the bubbling of new idioms     

in our creative world of Art, Music, and all that is beautiful and joy-giving.     

Integration is the key note of this new regeneration of universal tones.                  

These tones are ripples of the harmonic, dynamic undercurrent                                    

music of the Universal Divine Love.”

Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi

Nirmala kiti varnavi tujhi ga sthuti, sang by Nirmal Bhakti

Nirmal Bhakti (“pure devotion”) started in the eighties as a group of friends sharing an interest in the musical styles of the Indian subcontinent – Classical Instrumental and Vocal music, Hindu Bhajan, Islamic and Sufi Qawwali. For some this passion led them to study music in India for a time, while others developed their talents at home and in other styles, as well as learning from masters of Indian music resident in Europe. Their musical repertoire assumes its true significance in a real spiritual context, and the group has been unified over the years by the practice of Sahaja Yoga meditation. Nirmal Bhakti regularly performs at cultural events and functions in Switzerland and in neighbouring countries. They believe that in a world which desperately needs better people, music can make people better.

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