Pandit Jasraj Sings for Siva

Pandit Jasraj, one of India foremost vocal artists sang in Kadavul temple today. Bodhinatha honored him with a shawl at the end

Pandit Jasraj (born January 28, 1930) is the foremost exponent of the Mewati Gharana of Hindustani classical music.

His spell binding voice has a spirit of devotion that carries the soul into the divine realms.

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  1. Padmaja says:

    How wonderful to have Pandit Jasraj singing to Siva in Kadavul Temple! His rich voice takes you in the inner realms with every devotional song, I really wish I was there for this rare performance. Could you please post video/audio clips of it? Thank you. Aum Namah Sivaya.

  2. Ushadevi says:

    Ditto….”Could you please post video/audio clips of it?” and/or a link or address to find more postings or CD’s of his devotional singing as well?

    Mahalo…Aum Namasivaya!

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