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Nama Sankirtanam

 

 

Reciting and singing the names of God,
understanding their meaning and absorbed in the named, the nameless One,
is a practice of bhakti.
~ from the book Parabhakti

Worshiping that One, contemplating upon that One,
speaking of that One, singing about that One,
hearing about that One, listening to that One, reading about that One,
meditating on that One, inquiring to realize that One,
and abiding in That, as That, is bhakti.
~ from the book Parabhakti

A collection of devotional songs (bhajans) and chants (stotrams) sung by the devotees at the SAT Temple during Atmotsava events and festivals.  The songs are in praise of Lord Siva, Sivakami, Ganesha, Skanda, Sri Ramana Maharshi, Adi Sankara. Many of these songs are originally from the "Ramananjali" CDs published by Ramana Maharshi Center of Learning (RMCL) and from the Tamil and Sanskrit Parayana done at Sri Ramanasramam.  Few others are composed by Dr. H. Ramamoorthy.

 

The songs are in MP3 format and can be downloaded.

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Invocatory Verses

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Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi

Acknowledgements


Deep appreciation and gratitude are expressed here to the following artists and composers of the songs for inspiring the devotees to sing these at the SAT Temple:

    1. “Jaya Bhagavan”, Album: “Live on Earth”, by Krishna Das
    2. "Arunagirisha Ramanesa", Album: Ramananjali, RMCL Bangalore
    3. "Satya Santa Ghana Jyoti", Album: Ramananjali, RMCL Bangalore
    4. "Ramana Deva", Album: Ramananjali, RMCL Bangalore
    5. "Ramana Namattai", Album: Ramananjali, RMCL Bangalore
    6. "Haratu Liyaro", Album: Ramananjali, RMCL Bangalore
    7. "Jaya Jaya Ramana", Album: Ramananjali, RMCL Bangalore
    8. "Potri Venkataramana", Album: Ramananjali, RMCL Bangalore
    9. "Vazhga Svayamprakasa", Album: Ramananjali, RMCL Bangalore
    10. "Unakke Namaskaram", Album: Ramananjali, RMCL Bangalore
    11. "Ramya Shobhana", Album: Ramananjali, RMCL Bangalore

 

 

Adi Sankara

Guru

Acknowledgements


Deep appreciation and gratitude are expressed here to the following artists and composers of the songs for inspiring the devotees to sing these at the SAT Temple:

    1. “Guru Om”, Album: “Antar Anand”, by Sanjay Sharada
    2. "Om Guru Om Guru", Album: “Prema Mudita”, by Chinmaya Mission.

Lord Ganapati

Skanda

 

Lord Siva

Acknowledgements


Deep appreciation and gratitude are expressed here to the following artists and composers of the songs for inspiring the devotees to sing these at the SAT Temple:

    1. “Siva Om Siva Om”, Album: Siva Om Hara Om, by Unnikrishnan

Devi

Acknowledgements


Deep appreciation and gratitude are expressed here to the following artists and composers of the songs for inspiring the devotees to sing these at the SAT Temple:

    1. “Amba Bhavani Sharade”, Devi Bhajans album of Sri Ganapathi Sachchidananda Swami

 

Lord Vishnu

Acknowledgements


Deep appreciation and gratitude are expressed here to the following artists and composers of the songs for inspiring the devotees to sing these at the SAT Temple:

    1. "Jaya Radha Madhava": Album of Bhagavan Das
    2. "Radhe Radhe Govinda": Album of Kuldeep Pai
    3. “Hari Sundara Nanda Mukunda”: Album, Hari Sundara, by Dr. Manikantan, The Art of Living
    4. “Govindam Adi Purusham”: The refrain is inspired from the song, Govinda, by the Radha-Krishna Temple (London), produced by George Harrison

 

 

Other

Acknowledgements


Deep appreciation and gratitude are expressed here to the following artists and composers of the songs for inspiring the devotees to sing these at the SAT Temple:

    1. “Gayatri Mantra”, album The Essence of Deva Premal

Lyrics: