Chants of India is an album by Indian musician Ravi Shankar released in 1997
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Mantram is Ravi Shankar's effort to set Sanskrit chants from ancient Hindu
scriptures to music, and the result is a captivating mix of chant and music.
Mantram: Chant of India is a very smooth and delicate recording of sacred
Sanskrit and Vedic prayers. George Harrison produced this set for Ravi Shankar.
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Listen free to Ravi Shankar – Chants Of India (Vandanaa Trayee, Omkaaraaya
Namaha and more). 16 tracks (63:31). This 1997 album was the final album on ...
Chants Of India: Ravi Shankar; George Harrison ... Vedic Chanting (One). Audio
file not found. 00:00. Asato Maa. Audio file not found. 00:00. Sahanaa Vavatu.
May 15, 1997 ... Shankar's new album, Chants of India, produced by Harrison, finds Shankar both
demonstrating his mastery of classical Indian forms and ...
Sanskrit chants from the Vedas, Upanishads, and other texts have been handed
down through the centuries by Traditional Scholars in India. In these renditions ...
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2. Omkaaraaya Namaha. 3. Vedic Chanting. 4. Asato Maa. 5. Sahanaa Vavatu. 6.
Poornamadah. 7. Gaayatri. 8. Mahaa Mrityunjaya. 9. Veenaa-Murali. 10. Geeta.