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Music

All the music on Krishna.com is by Krishna devotees. Some are traditional kirtans or bhajans (songs of worship and praise in Sanskrit, Bengali, or other languages of the Indian subcontinent). Others are in the native language of the devotee-artists— whether from North or South America, Europe, Africa, or Australia—expressing their own spiritual realizations and appreciations of Krishna’s teachings.

We’ve assembled samples from as many styles of Krishna-related music as we could find. You’ll find dance groove music, American country-rock, orchestral jazz-influenced bhajan, as well as a full spectrum of moods and manifestations of traditional Hare Krishna kirtan.

A list of all the audio recordings from the recent Vancouver 12 Hour Kirtan, available for download.

A collection of all the audio recordings from the 2010 Summer 24 Hour Kirtan festival, available for download.

In this original song, Mahatma dasa combines his experience as a recording artist with his appreciation of the unique qualities of Srimati Radharani.

The live recordings of As Kindred Spirits performing at the first Yoga Mala in DC.

Traditional devotional song sung by Nagaraja dasa and accompanied by harmonium, mrdanga, karatalas, tamboura, and flute.

A rich sonic journey that transports the listener to spiritual India with trance-like rhythms and a deeply spiritual sound.