Imagine was originally recorded by John Lennon on his 1971 album Imagine and as a single. It is a song of peace with the basic idea of not focusing on the differences between people nor on material possessions, it admits that Peace is just a dream, but if everyone has that dream then Peace becomes a reality.
Blowing In The Wind was originally released by Bob Dylan on his 1963 album The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan and as a single. It is about injustice in the world and a call to action through the use of rhetorical questions about what it takes to end injustice or for people to take action against
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Shiv Rudrashtakam Strotam is a traditional Indian hymn to the God Rudra (another name for Lord Shiva, one of the principal gods of Hinduism) that was written in late 15th Century by the poet Tulsidas. It praises the Lord Ishana (another name for Shiva) by listing his qualities and his great deeds. This is
Phir Kyon [Why Then] is the new single from Sharma and The Besharams. It is about people wanting happiness and a better tomorrow and asks why there is pain, suffering, lies, and hatred, and why we live like death. It is a powerful track with Vasuda leading the vocals for the positive verses about
Hey Jude was originally released by The Beatles in 1968 as a single. This is another great merger of Indian Classical music with one of the greatest Western Rock songs with only vocals on the famous outro. The performers on this track are: Utkarsh Saxena and Kaustubh More on vocals; Tushar Lall on piano;
Blooming Strings is the new video from Prasad. It is a beautiful piece of music for sitar that is great to relax to. It is a musical expression of the unfolding of a flower’s blooms. Prasad Rahane (17) [More] Rahane; Prasad (17) [More] Blooming strings (1) [More] Indian (39) [More] Acoustic (310) [More] Instrumental
Gat of Raag Yaman in Taal Rupak is the new video from Prasad. Raag Yaman is a classical Raag for the evening and should be heard just after putting on the lights Rupak Taal is a popular rhythm in many styles of Indian music and if you watch Indian films you will certainly have
Raaznaama [Agreement] was originally released on YouTube in 2017. It is about creating stories and the secret of silence. It is a great piece of light rock with a good beat and a slight Indian feel that will have you tapping your feet and wishing you knew Hindi so that you can sing along.
Moon-Pillow is he new video from Prasad. It is based on the Jaijaivanti Raga, which is an early evening raga for summer, and is written for those sleepless nights where you need some music to bring about a state of blissfulness. While this track is based on a classical raga it also includes some