Please enjoy the second part of this performance by Dr Rajam, a virtuoso violinist, playing a raga at Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi’s birthday celebrations in 1998. She is playing Raag Jaijaivanti and is accompanied by Pandit Abhijit Banerjee on the tabla. Shri Mataji is the founder of Sahaja Yoga meditation.
Please enjoy the following violin meditation music played by Dr Rajam in the presence of Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, founder of Sahaja Yoga. She is playing Raag Jaijaivanti and is accompanied by Pandit Abhijit Banerjee on the tabla.
Please enjoy the following compilation of music and dance performed by Sahaja Yogis from around the world. It also contains a short extract from a speech about music by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, founder of Sahaja Yoga.
Please enjoy the following Sahaja Yoga bhajans written by the late Baba Mama, brother of Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, sung here by Chaya and Subramaniam of the music group Nirmal Sangeet Sarita.
Please enjoy the following music written by the late Baba Mama, brother of Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi. Baba Mama will always be remembered for the enormous contribution that he made to music in Sahaja Yoga. Although he was a very gifted mathematician and accountant, taking after his mother, he also became a poet later on. He wrote many beautiful devotional songs, some of which are included in the following program which took place on the 1999 India Tour.
Sahaja Yogi musicians were invited to share their music with members of the United nations on 14th December 2007 at the UN headquaters. Many different types of music were performed: qawwalis, classical ragas, bhajans, indian slide guitar, western classical music as well as popular music. The following performers took part: Stephen Day, Matt Malley, Asmira Woodward-Page, Anjan Upadhya, Amrith Nambiar, Angela Nambiar, Clelia Cavallaro, Iris Jortner, Nitin Haldankar and Sujata Shrinivasan.