Dear All, It is finally Fall ! Air is crisper, there is a slight chill in the morning, pumpkins everywhere from coffee to skin masks ! and I am loving it. We have lot of festivals around this time of the year and universally many different cultures celebrate at the same time. For Hindus we have two important festivals. Navaratri followed by Diwali in November. In south India, in the state of Tamil Nadu where my family originally belongs to, we celebrate Navaratri- 9 nights of Goddesses by decorating clay and wood dolls on odd numbered steps. This is called
August and September 2018 have been full of exciting NEWS! We were super thrilled to perform at Stone Soup Music Festival on Aug 25th. Will post some videos soon! Aug 30th- I got to share some of my thoughts and answer questions from Monica Luhar in an interview with her. Read up on that here: CLICK HERE This September 8th we have our Monthly Kirtan Meetup. Please RSVP HERE Then on Sunday September 9th we are launching our Fall session for Kamini Music School ! Please contact at IndianMusicClasses@gmail.com for further information. If you need some motivation for music practice,
With all your beautiful blessings and support we at Kamini Music have done quite well in 2018 so far! I write to you because I truly feel that each and everyone you has supported me so much along my journey. Here are some quick updates: 1) First of all, I’d like to thank Ethnocloud – world music website- for their continued support. No Sorrow (by Atmasandhi) is at the top of top charts on number 1 for video in January. CLICK HERE to listen! 2) We are also releasing a brand new album, SUNRISE, and 2 music videos on Feb 10 at Moon
Dear Friends it has been a while since I posted and it feels like years have gone by 🙂 Some of you know that I recently started working on a full time project for an amazing vegan skin care company so it has been taking lot of my time and attention. Nevertheless, I am back and plan to post more regularly. You will be delighted to know that two of my articles have been published in Yogi Times, a premier Lifestyle Guide for the Modern Yogi. You can read them here: This first one is my personal experience about Kirtan and
Kamini Music would like to Thank each and everyone of you for attending our Launch Party !! It was so much fun to see all of you and share Raga based Kirtans. Thanks to all our amazing Musicians as well !! I received lot of emails asking me to do workshops to go along with the eBook, Indian Ragas for Kirtans. I thought it is a great idea as you can get hands on practical training. One of these requests came from a Yogi friend of mine, Arvind Chittumala- founder of Moksha Festival, Producer of Yoga Maya documentary and Owner
Dear Friends THIS has been a pretty hectic phase for me and please excuse my absence from Newsletters! First things first – my pet project eBook is NOW AVAILABLE ON AMAZON !! You can download it on Kindle or any ebook reader, listen to 20 tracks and learn more about Indian Ragas for Kirtans ! I wrote this eBook specially for Kirtan Lovers, Yogis and Yoginis who wish to deepen their spiritual practice and lead Kirtans. This eBook covers a brief history of Kirtans, Indian Ragas, their patterns, melodic outlines, how certain ragas are associated with certain emotions and Chakras. It
I have some EXCITING NEWS to share. I have been working on 2 projects very close to my heart.
1) A Music Album with producer Evan Eder- His tracks display a unique sonic sound while infusing a variety of musical styles ranging from Cinematic scores to Rock, Alternative, Metal, Grunge, Trance, Industrial, Hip Hop, Ambient, Electronica, Indian, African, Latin, Brazilian, Funk, Jazz, Fusion, Folk, Blues and Country.
My earlier recording with Evan, titled “Devi” was featured along with Anoushka Shankar and Talvin Singh on the “Tantra Lounge” album.