Sunday, 1 July 2012

Podcast 005 - Tulasi Harrison Sings

In this podcast Tulasi Harison sings two bhajans and a kirtan. The first, Jaya Radha Madhava is a lovely little bhajan (hymn) meditating on Vrindavan, the birth place of Krishna, and remembering all the places associated with spiritual relationships of love.

The second is Sri Krishna Chaitanya a short mantra very popular in Bengal, and the third is Govinda Jaya Jaya, a simple na ssublime bhajan which originated in the Radha Raman temple some hundreds of years ago.

We are very thankful to Tulasi for leading us in kirtan so often in Oxford. This picture is of Tulasi singing the very Bhajans you are about to hear, in July of 2011.

This recording is an hour long, so sit back, or straighten your back, and prepare to hear and be happy. If you find your foot tapping you are in the zone.

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