Ananda Kiirtan Three

by Dada Nabhaniilananda and Friends

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Radha's Tune 11:27
Chinese Tune 02:12
Greek Tune 05:44
Reprise 06:47


Kiirtan, or spiritual mantra chanting, is an ancient spiritual practice and is part of the bhakti yoga practice. It is enjoyed today in numerous different traditions. The mantra, Baba Nam Kevalam, on this album, means 'only the feeling of limitless love'.

Ananda Kiirtan Three - Live was recorded in Australia at the Ananda Marga Sectorial Conference near Melbourne in 1987 and at the Ananda Mela Festival in Stanthorpe, Queensland, in 1988.

We wanted to capture the amazing atmosphere of more than 100 people chanting for many hours, but we also wanted the quality that can come from a studio production. So we took the 40 hours of live recording and selected the cleanest, best segments. Then we went into the studio and added more voices and instruments. We were very happy with the result as we feel that it did indeed preserve the feeling of the live singing, whilst delivering the balance and clarity of a crafted album.

I hope you love it as much as we do!


released January 1, 1988

Produced by Harry Williamson
Singers - too many members of Ananda Marga, Australia to name. Thanks to all of you!


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Dada Nabhaniilananda California

Dada Nabhaniilananda, originally from New Zealand, is a yoga monk of Ananda Marga, The Path of Bliss. Through his music and songs he seeks to connect us with the source of love within and remind us of our connection to to all life. He had his 15 minutes of fame in 1992 when he appeared on stage with the Dalai Lama before 10,000 at the 1992 Earth Summit, in Brazil. ... more

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