Nitai Gaura Mantra (Western Melody) at The Ashram | Kirtan Sessions
In this Kirtan Sessions, the East meets the West. By combining a western-style melody with the Nitai Gaura Mantra, a modern approach to Kirtan is presented. This Kirtan Sessions was performed by Mantras Con Amor (http://www.mantrasconamor.com/), you can find them online here:
You can also listen to more music by Bhakti Marga, the international spiritual organisation founded by Paramahamsa Vishwananda, at: http://www.bhaktimarga.org/music
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The video is from Bhakti Sounds, as they sing BHAJO NITAI GAURA RADHE SHYAM JAPA HARE KRISHNA HARE RAM. The Mantra was originated by the great Indian saint, Radharaman Charan Das. It was given by him to awaken Love for the Divine. Below you can find commentary by Paramahamsa Sri Swami Vishwananda has he explains the meaning of the mantra:
"The mantra itself can be broken down into several parts. First of all, we are offering service (Bhajo). What is the service? We are offering the qualities of Sri Nityananda and Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, namely compassion and devotion, in the form of vibration for the sake of the world (Nitai Gaur).
For what is this service rendered? The spreading of compassion and devotion will lead to the attainment of the goal of life, the lotus feet of Sri Radha Krishna (Radhe Shyam). Finally, how do we offer this service? This is all achieved through the repeated chanting of the Maha Mantra (Japa Hare Krishna Hare Rama)." - Sri Swami Vishwananda
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Bhakti Sounds: http://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/BhaktiMarga
Bhakti Marga: http://www.bhaktimarga.org/