I love singing. It is the Langague of my Soul. Last year I discovered how we are affected by Sounds, by Vibrations. Singing Mantras it’s like cleaning my whole Being in pure crisp Water of wonderful Waterfall. Like making my Aura more rainbow colours shining. Connecting with other Beings in the Circle, feeling this Wholeness and Trust into Life. Pure Joy. I offer concerts and circles in Yoga Studio’s and Tea rooms, it in your Apartments, Family houses or Culture Centres.

Kirtan is a very simple & powerful way to meditate.  It’s effortless & joyful; the music does the work for you as you flow with the melody & rhythm. The performers & the concert-goers create the experience together.The chants are sung in Sanskrit unless you attend a Sikh kirtan ( e.g. Snatam Kaur).  The ancient chants contain powerful renewing & transformative energy that helps us reconnect with the Divinity that resides within all of us.Singing is the heart of kirtan, and no one cares what you sound like.  At a kirtan concert all voices merge together to become One Voice.“Kirtan is a means of finding our way back to the core of our Being, to our heart, and to our connection with each other.” Ragani  It began in India centuries ago as a spiritual practice, and was known as the layman’s way to connect with the Divine. It’s  journey into the self through the practice of listening & singing.  The leaders at a kirtan concert are called wallahs, and everyone is part of the music.  My all-time favorite descriptions of a kirtan concert: “It’s like singing around a campfire” While singing along at a kirtan concert, you can experience your own voice becoming as beautiful as those performing—all voices merge together to become One Voice.