SHIVOHAM SHIVOHAM

Presenting Adi Sankara’s Nirvana Shatakam, which summarizes the basic teachings of Advaita Vedanta, or non-dualism. It was written around 788-820 CE. Immerse yourself in the depth and import of the words! Continue reading →

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Existentialism & The Search – A Sufi Song

Who am I, who are you, who are we? A subcontinental classic re-rendered with so much soul by Rabbi Shergill. Enjoy, with the below translation to the Punjabi lyrics.

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Mother and Child

Came across this quite inadvertently, but it’s one of the most soothing songs I’ve listened to in awhile. She’s got a lovely voice and the words & their meaning are just so deep! I can’t understand the Sanskrit language either, but the subtitles are self-explanatory.

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Kabhie Kabhie, Sometimes…

Sometimes, the depths of my heart speak to me
And I get the feeling that you were created just for me
And were brought down from your dwelling amid the stars
To grace this earth for me alone and simply for me
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